The NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Feb. 24

Tonight, a usually quiet Friday now has Marquette and Junior Cadougan in the mix along with the usual Ivy League suspects and a few others all right here ...

Here is where the men are playing today ...

7:00pm Princeton @ Harvard - Since his back-to-back double digits games three weeks ago, Laurent Rivard has not scored more than 7 points and is averaging 4.5 a game. Could this be the time for him to breakout before the season ends?

7:00pm Cornell @ Brown

7:00pm Loyola (MD) @ Rider

8:00pm Niagara @ St. Peter's

9:00pm Marquette @ West Virginia - In his last five games, Marquette's Junior Cadougan has been passing the rock well averaging 6 and also averaging 8.4 points. This should be a game for him to continue that especially with a serious amount on the line for West Virginia. The Mountaineers are a bubble team right now and with smaller guards than Cadougan, or Johnson-Odom for that matter, so this could be an interesting matchup. Regardless, the game should be intense game.

9:00pm Fairfield @ Iona

9:05pm Idaho @ Utah State

And here is where the ladies are playing today ...

7:00pm Brown @ Cornell

7:00pm Siena @ Niagara

7:00pm Manhattan @ Canisius - The only question that needs to be asked is which Canadian plays big today? I know I've said this before but it's true. Jamie Ruttle, Ashley Wilkes or Jen Lennox could conceivably go off.

7:00pm Loyola (MD) @ Fairfield

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