Another edition of the Friday Fives is hot off the press and ready to take you into the weekend. Check out our top plays, some great games to watch, America East by the numbers and some great links from around the conference. Enjoy!
MBB: Albany at Colgate, Saturday 2 p.m -- The Great Danes will battle in state rival Colgate with the hopes of extending their current win streak to five.
WBB: Albany at Canisius, Saturday 2 p.m. -- The Albany women are also riding a four game winning streak and will also be taking on an in-state rival. Big weekend for the #PurpleFam
MBB: Vermont at Quinnipiac, Saturday 3 p.m. -- After dropping two straight, Vermont will look to get back to its winning ways on the road against the Bobcats.
WBB: Boston U. at Marist, Saturday 7 p.m. -- The Terriers will take their three-game win streak up against perennial mid-major powerhouse, Marist.
MBB: Maine at Florida St., Sunday 1 p.m. -- Florida St. is coming off of a tough loss to in-state rival Florida. Perhaps it's the perfect opportunity for Maine to pull of the upset.
The Numbers Game
1:04.81 -- Katie Mann of New Hampshire set a new conference record in the 100 breaststroke by achieving a split time of 1:04.81 in the 200 breast at the Brown Invitational.
7.47 -- After setting a school record of 7.49 in the 60 meter dash at last year's America East Championship, UMBC sophomore Mercedes Jackson set a new record in the season opening meet at Bucknell.
4 -- As of Monday, Jordan Reed's four double-double's put him tied for eight in the nation (he now has five). Reed continues to lead the conference in scoring and rebounding, averaging a double-double (18.7 ppg, 10.3 rpg).
95.5: Sandro Carissimo has missed just one free throw on the year for Vermont. The junior has made 21 of 22 and is tied for sixth in the country in percentage (as of Monday).
19.1: As of Monday, Chantell Alford was 36th in the country averaging 19.4 points per game. That number is down just a bit to 19.1, but Alford is still tearing it up so far this year.
Boston U. women's basketball player Mo Moran previews the Terriers upcoming game in this interview.
Pete Caringi III was named the ECAC's Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Year, while teammate Liam Paddock was also named an all-star.
Binghamton softball had a program best 10 NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes in 2012.
This week's Stony Brook Get Your Red On Minute takes a look at women's hoopster Sabre Proctor.
One more bit from Seawolf country, running back Miguel Maysonet made ESPN's Top 10 plays of the 2012 college football season with this great run versus Syracuse.