May 7th, 2022 - Season 2025-2026 is here!
The season flip has finished. You can start recruiting, exchanging/promoting assistant coaches, setting your depth chart etc. Exhibition games will start on Monday – so be ready!
May 6th, 2022 - Hardwood welcomes Norway!
Today we welcome Norway to the game - the 60th country in Hardwood!
May 5th, 2022 - Broncos break loose!
In the compass final, Western Michigan trumped Northern Illinois in a game that wasn’t ever really close. The Broncos were up by 19 at half-time and played the Huskies even in the second half to capture their first national championship. Point guard “Sam I Am” Jordon was the Player of the Game scoring 17 points, distributing 15 assists and grabbing 3 steals. He also contributed to the turnover advantage that was the key statistic – Western Michigan only turned the ball over 10 times but forced Northern Illinois to make 24 turnovers. Congratulations to FuzzyBanana and the Western Michigan Broncos on their first national championship! Also, congratulations to Baxter and the Bowdoin Polar Bears (Division II tournament winners) and to lynxvj and the Michigan Wolverines (Division III tournament winners).
May 3rd, 2022 - Final Four!
It’s Final Four time! And this season the Final Four features four teams from California across to North Carolina. In the first semi-final, the #1 seeded Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros (I.1, 35-11, TPI 157.7) will try to impose their will on the #5 seeded Western Michigan Broncos (I.1, 33-15, TPI 151.2). In the second semi-final game, it’s the #8 seeded Northern Illinois Huskies (III.4, 34-14, TPI 155.7) taking on their conference-mates, the #8 seeded Chowan Hawks (III.4, 34-11, TPI 154.7). Can the Toros convert their #1 seed into a championship? Who will win the battle of conference III.4? Hawks, Huskies, Broncos & Toros – which team will bring home the National Title? Good luck to all!
May 28th, 2022 - 11 - DePaul Blue Demons
We have broke the record and we have won 11 games in a row behind Frank Cross and Jessie Small, our two captains. Yay - therelabeef
May 27th, 2022 - Archie “Mythbreaker” Messplot walks through the Blues Hall of Fame - Whitman College Blues Jack Banks is one of those indelible figures in the pupils of Walla Walla fans. That Rocky Mount center knew how to win the hearts of Whitman Blues fans when in his last season he scored 26 points in each of the two games against Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, being recognized as the best player of the game in one of them. His numbers against the Trailblazers: 24/44 FG, 4/4 FT, 30 RB, 6 STL. That season the teams divided honors and despite being considered All-Conference Center 2016 Banks was not taken into account in the draft. Fortunately for him, and living up to his abilities, today at 415 pounds he is a security guard at a major Bank. - Playero71
May 27th, 2022 - streaky - DePaul Blue Demons
The blue demons have won 9 in a row....can they make it 10 today for the longest all time? - therelabeef