Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Men's Basketball

“We gotta have more talent”: After CAA quarters blowout, Delaware to be “aggressive” in transfer portal

After Towson ran over Delaware in a CAA quarterfinal, Martin Ingelsby made his intentions clear. The head coach wants to attract the pieces that can help the Blue Hens’ standouts reach another title.

Timberlake and Towson too hot to handle for Delaware men’s basketball

Another rough road loss for the Blue Hens men's basketball team came Thursday night, as the Towson Tigers were electric from three-point land, defeating Delaware 95-72

Commentary: Road struggles and a short rotation plaguing Delaware men’s basketball

As the back half of the conference schedule is underway, Delaware men’s basketball head coach Martin Ingelsby has his work cut out for him, guiding a team with only two road wins and a bevy of depth concerns.

Commentary: The moment is now for the Fightin’ Blue Hens to move to FBS

Success in football and basketball put universities on the map in the world of intercollegiate athletics. Right now, the Fightin’ Blue Hens are excelling at both. Staff Reporter Joshua Ciliberti explores why now is the moment for Delaware to make the move to the Football Bowl Subdivision.

Road clash with Duke awaits Ingelsby and Blue Hens men’s basketball

For just the third time ever, Delaware men’s basketball is tasked with facing the blue-blood Duke University, this Friday at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Davis, Nelson Jr. lead returning core aiming to defend CAA title

Despite losing a bevy of seniors, Jyáre Davis and Jameer Nelson Jr. headline a key group of returning veterans for the defending CAA Champions.

Six years in, Rawak has brought unprecedented success to Blue Hens through athletics rebuild

Chrissi Rawak led a national search for a new women's basketball head coach just days after the team's trip to the NCAA tournament, landing on former associate Sarah Jenkins,

Commentary: The dark side of Cinderella: March Madness brings duality in playing the underdog role

Friday's first-round action at PPG Paints Arena saw all four lower-seeded teams fall to their higher-seeded counterparts.

Magical run comes to an end for Blue Hens with 80-60 loss to Villanova in NCAA Tournament

Despite 17 points from redshirt freshman Jyáre Davis, the Blue Hens were not able to keep up with No. 2 Villanova, exiting the tournament with an 80-60 defeat.

Blue Hen Madness: Previewing the men’s and women’s first round NCAA tournament matchups

Friday afternoon will be a jam-packed day for upset-minded Delaware basketball, with the men facing No. 2 Villanova at 2:30 p.m., followed by the women taking on No. 4 Maryland at 5 p.m.

Like father, like son: Jameer Nelson Jr. takes his basketball career one step at a time

After just one year at the University of Delaware, Jameer Nelson Jr., the son of NBA All-Star Jameer Nelson Sr., will have a chance to play on the national stage of the NCAA tournament.

Blue Hens take down UNCW, clinch CAA Championship and NCAA tournament berth

Two of Delaware’s star seniors, Kevin Anderson (left) and Ryan Allen (right), celebrate with the CAA Championship trophy after Tuesday’s 59-56 win.

Photo Gallery: Delaware wins CAA Championship in 59-55 victory over No. 2 UNC Wilmington

Delaware punched its first ticket to the NCAA Tournament since the 2013-2014 season with a four point victory over UNCW on Tuesday night.

Blue Hens take down No. 1 Towson, advance to CAA Championship behind Anderson’s 17 points

The Blue Hens will make their first appearance in the conference championship game since the 2013-2014 season following Monday’s semifinal victory against Towson.
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