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Men’s Basketball: Montgomery, Neal, and Langberg to transfer

(04/03/15 4:43pm)

With March Madness winding down, college basketball season is coming to a close. The Eagles, whose season has been over for a couple weeks now, have already begun preparing for next year, starting with roster changes. On March 31, ESPN reported that AU sophomore guards Justice Montgomery and Langdon Neal will be departing the program. AU Athletics confirmed Montgomery and Neal are seeking transfers along with freshman guard George Langberg.

Women’s Basketball earn PL award trifecta

(03/04/15 5:15pm)

The Patriot League women’s basketball regular season champions have another trophy to add to the case, or rather three. The Eagles claimed three of four major Patriot League awards on Tuesday Mar. 3. Senior point guard Jen Dumiak earned Patriot League Player of the Year while fellow senior guard Shaquilla Curtis was tapped as Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year. Head coach Megan Gebbia, reigning Patriot League Coach of the Year, secured her second consecutive Coach of the Year award. The Eagles also placed three players, Dumiak, Michelle Holmes and Arron Zimmerman on the All-Patriot League team.

Women’s Basketball finish the season strong, defeat Bucknell 65-55

(03/01/15 6:52pm)

The Eagles were all smiles in the postgame interviews after their win versus Bucknell, 65-55. AU, already Patriot League regular season champions and the No. 1 seed in the Patriot League tournament, was able to play relaxed in their last regular season game at Bender Arena. The Eagles also celebrated the careers of three seniors, guards Jen Dumiak, Shaquilla Curtis and forward Arron Zimmerman, in a pregame ceremony.

Underdog mindset allows Women’s Basketball to blow past BU, 75-45

(01/22/15 7:54pm)

The new year has brought a new AU Women’s Basketball team. After starting the season 0-3, the Eagles are in now sole possession of first place in the Patriot League and riding a seven game win streak since the start of conference play. The Boston University Terriers were the latest casualty, losing 75-45 in front of AU fans in Bender Arena on Jan. 21.