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SHU men win 2nd straight in Montreal

MONTREAL – The Sacred Heart men’s basketball team won its second straight game in Montreal Monday night, holding on for a 79-70 win over club team Brookwood Bounce Elite. Louis Montes  led the

Source: SHU to hire Jessica Mannetti as next women’s coach

The Connecticut Post has learned that Sacred Heart University will hire Hofstra assistant Jessica Mannetti to be its next women’s basketball coach. SHU has not commented on the hire. Mannetti

William & Mary looking at SHU’s Swanson

Ed Swanson, who built the Sacred Heart women’s basketball program into a power in the Northeast Conference and has led the Pioneers to three NCAA Tournaments since 2006, is one of five coaches in the

SHU men likely to play Fla. Gulf Coast next season

The Sacred Heart men’s basketball team and Sweet 16 participant Florida Gulf Coast University are expected to tip off at the Las Vegas Classic in December. SHU assistant coach Anthony Latina said

SHU hoops eyes Waterford’s Long

A 6-foot-9 southpaw, who clocks in at 91 mph with his fastball, stopped by the Sacred Heart University campus Thursday, but Nolan Long was not there to see baseball coach Nick Giaquinto about a

SHU VP champions NEC over MAAC

The Northeast Conference has taken a few hits of late with the departure of Monmouth and Quinnipiac to the MAAC. Sacred Heart, even with the addition of high-profile executive athletics director Bobby

Gibson injuries knee in SHU’ loss to Brown

Sacred Heart senior guard Shane Gibson, who was the fourth leading scorer in the country last season, suffered a knee injury in Thursday night’s 69-56 loss at Brown. Gibson exited the game with 7:55

SHU adds player, names Greenbacker captain

The Sacred Heart men’s basketball team has a received a verbal commitment from 6-5 forward De’von Barnett. Barnett, from Riverdale Baptist High School in Maryland, will spend this season at a junior

Sydney Johnson and Dave Bike’s reaction to Calhoun retiring

Fairfield’s Sydney Johnson went up against Jim Calhoun’s UConn Huskies for the first time as a head coach last season. The Stags rallied late in the second half, but lost 79-71. “I’m surprised (he’s