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  • URI falls to St. Joe’s 57-54

    URI falls to St. Joe’s 57-54

    URI led most of the game, but a late charge by NCAA tournament bound St. Joseph’s got the best of the Rams as they fell 57-54 at the Ryan Center.

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  • URI Rams Are Ready For Duquesne

    URI Rams Are Ready For Duquesne

    by Abu Bakr It’s hard to imagine that with an 11-13 record this season and a 2-8 conference record that any game for the University of Rhode Island would be considered a “must-win.” This current team does not appear to be a threat to win the A-10 conference title, or be eligible for the NCAA or any other post-season tournament for that matter. However, in the 2nd year of the Dan Hurley coaching era, this year’s team has already eclipsed […]

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  • Latest on Rams’ Recruiting Efforts from Adam Finkelstein

    Latest on Rams’ Recruiting Efforts from Adam Finkelstein

    Adam Finkelstein talks about two New England prep school basketball players receiving some strong interest from some very big-time basketball programs, including Dan Hurley’s Rhode Island Rams. Both 6’3″ shooting guard Jared Terrell and 6’9″ lanky wingman Matt Cimino have reciprocated URI’s interest, and each would fit nicely into Dan Hurley’s future plans.

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  • Hurley Post Game 2 in Italy: “It’s Good to Win”

    Hurley Post Game 2 in Italy: “It’s Good to Win”

    Gil Biruta  shot 9-13, for 22 pts, and grabbed 12 rebounds leading the Rams to a 91-79 win over the Italy All Stars in the second game of URI’s trip.  Italy simply couldn’t keep Biruta off the glass, and Coach Hurley is hoping other A10 teams will have the same problem this season with the burly transfer from Rutgers. “He  will flourish with his abilities inside the paint and on the perimeter.” Biruta comes to Kingston after spending the two […]

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  • Rhody Insider Online #3

    Rhody Insider Online #3

    “Rhody Insider” Host Vin Parise and Rams’ coach Dan Hurley catch up for some extra footage for followers on Cox Sports Online. Hurley talks about the team’s European trip which they will be embarking on next fall. Returning players, incoming recruits and the coaching staff will be heading to Italy. Watch the show Thursdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 9:30pm and Mondays at 8:30pm on Ocean State Networks, channel 5, 1005HD.

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  • Rhody Wins in Dramatic Fashion

    Rhody Wins in Dramatic Fashion

    Xavier Munford knocked down a contested 3-pointer with 3.3 seconds remaining to lift Rhode Island (7-16, 2-8 Atlantic 10) to a 75-72 victory over Dayton Wednesday, in a game televised by Cox Sports. The Rams led throughout the second half after taking a 36-35 lead with 18:21 remaining on a Nikola Malesevic layup. Rhody pushed the lead to as many as eight, but Dayton (13-11, 3-7 A-10) rallied back. Guard Kevin Dillard hit a long 3-pointer with nine seconds remaining […]

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  • “Rhody Insider” Online #1

    “Rhody Insider” Online #1

    Vin Parise is joined by URI head coach Dan Hurley to discuss some extra topics that didn’t make it to the Rhody Insider show. They talk about the Ryan Center and how important it is to have a big crowd for home-court advantage. Hurley discusses his desire to expand the fan base and fill the Ryan Center for every home game. Catch Rhody Insider Thursdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 9:30 pm and Mondays at 8:30 pm on the Ocean […]

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  • Despite Record, Future Looks Bright for URI

    Despite Record, Future Looks Bright for URI

    On Saturday at 2pm, OSN will televise Saturdays URI-Vermont basketball game (channels 5, 1005HD), as well as stream the action on Go.CoxSportsOnline.com. Earlier this week, Cox sent our camera crew down to Alabama to capture the drama when Dan Hurley’s Rams upset Auburn in a double-overtime win (check this out, below.) While this video captures the euphoria and promise of that victory, URI followed with a tough 55-52 to George Mason. Despite a record 1-6, most onlookers believe the future […]

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