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Sarah Williams MS, ATC, LAT, PES
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Men's Basketball

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College of Southern Maryland men's basketball in carryover-effect mode

Last year's Cinderella playoff run setting stage for this season's lofty goals

By: Dallas Cogle


Carryover effect.

That’s what the College of Southern Maryland men’s basketball team has in its favor with a new season just tipping off.

The Hawks completed last year with major momentum despite absorbing a tough-luck 88-83 overtime loss to Howard in the District 15 title game of the Region XX tournament, ending their Cinderella postseason run.

Overwhelming favorite Howard was forced to sweat out the nationals-clinching win over the Hawks, which were at a major size disadvantage in the contest. That said everything about the Hawks’ statement-making postseason, establishing a tone of significance confidence entering this season.

The Hawks nearly upset Howard before the district championship reached overtime but were unable to convert a transition off a steal before the regulation clock expired in transition.


Just advancing to the district-deciding showdown meant the Hawks made regional tournament history as the only last seed to make a championship game with a nationals berth on the line. Their wins in an opening-round game of the tournament and then in the semifinals ended the program’s decade-plus span without a postseason victory.

Sophomores forward Sigourney Jackson (Thomas Stone) and guard Juwan Cole may be the only returners from a season ago when the Hawks... click here for more