With two of NU's premier players–Tre Demps and Alex Olah–lost to graduation, the Wildcats are looking for others to step up.
Chris Collins is entering his fifth year as head coach of Northwestern men's basketball and his vision of NU basketball is starting to become a reality.
For Northwestern men’s basketball, the importance of fifth-year senior and co-captain Sanjay Lumpkin is simply unquantifiable.
Sophomore Vic Law, making his long awaited return from a shoulder injury that cost him 2015-16, will serve as the anchor of the team's dynamic approach to the season.
With a more difficult non-conference schedule, added depth and key versatility, NU seems to be headed in the right direction. Will this be the year that the Wildcats take the next step?
In what was our first look at the 2016-17 Northwestern men’s basketball team, the Wildcats played an exhibiton game against the University of Illinois Springfield, blowing out the Prairie Stars 89-52.
As the Northwestern men’s basketball team tries to build on its first-ever 20-win season, head coach Chris Collins is hoping that two prized recruits can play a role in the team’s success – while a third is forced to watch from the sidelines.
Will Fischer and Hayden King discuss the prospects of the 2016-17 season for both men's and women's basketball. Yes, this is the year.
This season’s schedule will teach us a lot about the possible outcomes for the 2016-17 Wildcats.
A talented core of seniors will be doing everything they can to get back to the NCAA Tournament.
Northwestern geared up for its season with an exhibition contest, beating Illinois-Springfield 84-56 on Sunday.
How far can Nia Coffey, Ashley Deary and Christen Inman carry the 'Cats this year?
Will Northwestern women’s basketball return to the NCAA Tournament this year? We present both sides of the argument.
With a strong core of seniors returning, McKeown and Co. are looking to reach their second NCAA Tournament in four years.
Who will step up and provide some support for the Big Three? The answer may lie in some unfamiliar faces: the 2016 freshman class.