The women's basketball team has never been one to rack up hefty offensive numbers. The team averaged just 62.2 points per game in 2006-07, a marked improvement from the previous season when it recorded 56.4.
Last year, for the first time since coach Carla Berube took over the women's basketball program in 2000, the team featured adept post play to match its strong outside game - and it paid off.
For the men's basketball team, this winter will be an attempt to return to the winning ways of two years ago.
As the men's basketball team opens its season Saturday night against Bridgewater State, it certainly has an abundance of seniors to turn to for guidance and leadership.
We're just 24 hours away from tip-off of the NCAA Tournament, so let's take a closer look at the right half of the bracket.
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From Duke-Carolina to Ohio State-Michigan to Harvard-Yale, there's nothing in college sports more fun than a good old-fashioned rivalry game.
After turning in its most successful season in the Carla Berube era, the women's basketball team was dealt a one-two punch on Sunday that cut its historic postseason run short.
After a tremendously successful season last year, in which the men's basketball team won a school-record 23 games and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the Div. III NCAA Tournament, the Jumbos expected big things this season.
The 2006-07 campaign might already go down as the best season in the history of Tufts women's basketball.
In NESCAC men's basketball, history has a habit of repeating itself - just ask the Amherst Lord Jeffs, who have won back-to-back conference titles and four of the last six.
After a disappointing loss to Colby on Saturday, the men's basketball team heads to Williamstown for a first-round match-up in the NESCAC Tournament with Williams tomorrow.
In NESCAC men's basketball, it's amazing how much can change in one day.
This season, only one thing is for certain in the NESCAC men's basketball standings - the Amherst Lord Jeffs, with an unblemished record of 23-0, have first place locked up.
With one week left to play, everything is in place for the men's basketball team to return as the second seed in the NESCAC Tournament.
The men's basketball team's three-game winning streak grinded to a halt on Tuesday night after an 84-76 loss to Babson College.
The men's basketball team took care of business this weekend in the Nutmeg State, defeating Conn. College 63-56 on Friday night before walloping Wesleyan the following afternoon, 94-69.
Being perfect isn't always easy. Just ask the women's basketball team.
Coach Carla Berube's team doesn't have time to feel sorry for itself. The season will only get tougher.
Three days after its most embarrassing loss of the season, the men's basketball team rebounded in style.
When the buzzer sounded last night in Cousens Gym, both teams were stunned.