Albany became just the sixth America East school to win both the men's and women's basketball conference titles in the same season Saturday. The men won third third league crown, becoming the lowest seeded team to do so, by beating Vermont, 53-49, on the road, while the women completed its perfect season and captured its second-straight league title with a 61-52 win over Hartford. Recap the day via the media links below.
The Associated Press recaps Albany's win at Vermont.
Not many people gave the Albany men much of a chance Saturday, including the Albany Times Union's Tim Wilkin, who writes about how the Great Danes proved everyone wrong.
Wilkin also recaps the game, highlighting Mike Black's career culminating with a championship.
It took Jacob Iati over 117 minutes of action to hit a three-pointer against Vermont this season, then he hit two of the biggest shots in Albany history. The Times Union's Pete Iorizzo talks about Iati's clutch moment and how he almost didn't even get the opportunity.
The Troy Record's Andy Santillo recaps the game both with an article and video.
CBSSports.com's Matt Norlander profiles the Great Danes as they head to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in school history.
Vermont fans left Patrick Gym stunned Saturday and it must have felt like deja vu as the Burlington Free Press' John Fantino writes.
In the first two rounds of the championship, Vermont overcame first-half struggles, but its inability to on Saturday brought an end to its season, Alex Abrami writes.
This notebook highlights bench play as a key to the. game.
The BFP's Phil Tortora highlights Albany's ability to limit Brian Voelkel's play-making ability as a key to the win.
This cool time lapse video recaps the men's title game in 2 minutes.
The Associated press recaps Albany's win over Hartford in the women's title game.
The Times Union's Mark Singelais recaps the women's championship game as the Albany women repeated as league champions, completing a perfect season.
The Great Danes' Megan Craig had her breakthrough moment, leading Albany to the win, and earning the championship's Most Outstanding Player honors, the Troy Record surmises.
Albany head coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson's tough love has led to success on the court and prepared her players for life after basketball, the Albany Times Union's Jennifer Gish opines.
Hartford coach Jen Rizzotti knew her team would be competitive against Albany. The ball just bounced the wrong way down the stretch, the Hartford Courant's Mike Anthony writes.