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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Wednesday's Best

A daily look at the best of the local sports scene ...

-- There's just something that feels right about the Big East when Georgetown matters and right now, Georgetown matters in Big East men's basketball.

No. 9 Georgetown visits No. 13 UConn at the XL Center at 7 p.m. in a game you can see on SNY.

Read Dave Borges' preview of the game here

Read his game day preview capsule here

-- In local Division II college basketball, Adelphi visits Southern Connecticut for a Northeast-10 doubleheader, with the women tipping off at 5:30 p.m. and the men at 7:30 p.m.

In the men's game, SCSU tries to hop into seventh place in the 16-team conference. Adelphi is 14-9, 10-9. SCSU under first-year coach Mike Donnelly is 12-11, 9-10.

Here are the NE-10 standings for the men

In the women's game, it's the start of the Owls "Pink Zone" for breast cancer awareness.

-- The Fairfield men's basketball team, winners of 20 games thus far this season, play host to Marist at 7:30 p.m. at the Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard in Bridgeport.

With a win, Fairfield would capture the MAAC regular-season championship and the top-seed in the MAAC tournament, which will be played at Webster Bank Arena. Fairfield is 20-5, 13-2 in the MAAC. Fairfield has a three-game lead in the MAAC standings with three games to play.

If you have not been to the Arena, it's very easy to get to off 95, just a quick U off the ramp, and the parking garage is right next door to the arena, and very short walk.

Read more about the game here.

-- In high school boys hockey, it's Guilford's turn to play outdoors when it faces St. Bernard's-Bacon Academy-Norwich Free Academy at 6 p.m. at Rentschler Field as part of the Whalers Hockey Fest.


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