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Breakfast with the Stags (contenders again?)

The Stags got off to a good start on a critical week by beating Manhattan at home 60-54. However, they can’t enjoy the win very long with a rematch against Loyola, Md. set for Sunday on the road –

Breakfast with the Stags (Streaking Stags)

The Stags extended their win streak to three games with a 64-56 victory over Siena on Sunday at the Webster Bank Arena. Next up for Fairfield (13-10, 8-4 MAAC) is a rematch with Manhattan at 7:30

Mihalich still confident in Stags

A few notebook items off Tuesday’s MAAC teleconference: HIGH REGARD: The Fairfield Stags might be 6-4 in the MAAC and alone in fourth place, but Friday’s opponent at Webster Bank Arena – the Niagara

Breakfast with the Stags (Magic of making shots)

Some leftover news and notes from the Stags’ 81-53 win over Marist on Sunday for you to enjoy Monday morning while waiting for news of Fairfield’s Bracket Buster opponent and date for the rematch with

Deadly fire postpones Fairfield-Marist game

The Fairfield men’s basketball team’s game against Marist Sunday in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. has been postponed. Marist College announced the decision after two students were killed in an off-campus fire

Sit Down with Sydney (a little bit of everything)

After the Fairfield Stags ended a three-game losing skid with a 61-52 win over Rider on Monday night, coach Sydney Johnson was cautiously optimistic about his ball club. In addition to discussing

Sit down with Sydney (Stags in a crisis?)

This week’s conversation with Fairfield men’s basketball coach Sydney Johnson includes the two-game losing streak in the MAAC, the offensive woes, Desmond Wade, Vincent Van Nes’ status (he will either

Sit down with Sydney (It’s all about the MAAC now)

The Fairfield men’s basketball team opened the 2012 portion of its schedule with a 72-54 victory over Canisius on Sunday at the Webster Bank Arena. Entering Monday night, the Stags were 3-0 in the

Breakfast with the Stags (Starting strong in the MAAC)

The Fairfield Stags snapped a two-game losing skid Sunday with a 72-54 win over Canisius to improve to 3-0 in MAAC play this season. Here’s a further look at the victory. IMPACT PLAYER: Senior Ryan
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Breakfast with the Stags (Growing Up)

Some Fairfield Stag leftovers from Thursday night’s 79-71 loss to UConn in front of 13,821 fans at the XL Center. SO CLOSE, BUT SO FAR AWAY: For a half, the Stags looked like the best team on the