Phil Valenti scored a career high 33 points as Canisius outlasted Niagara 102-97 in triple overtime in a first-round game in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament Thursday night.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 67-50
- 11/15L 73-62
- 11/18W 75-66
- 11/21L 85-67
- 11/22W 73-72
- 11/24L 77-73
- 11/28L 88-70
- 12/4W 76-72
- 12/6L 56-42
- 12/9L 48-44
- 12/12L 80-79
- 12/23L 65-56
- 12/30L 82-68
- 1/2L 75-63
- 1/4L 65-52
- 1/7W 63-61
- 1/9W 55-53
- 1/15L 73-68
- 1/17L 69-64
- 1/22L 70-61
- 1/26L 82-70
- 1/28W 69-66
- 1/30L 82-68
- 2/5L 66-60
- 2/7L 75-61
- 2/12L 72-59
- 2/14L 77-59
- 2/18W 76-72
- 2/20L 71-59
- 2/25L 65-60
- 2/28L 77-68
- 3/3L 102-97
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Justin Robinson scored 25 points and Monmouth clinched the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title outright with a 77-68 victory over Niagara on Sunday.
Phil Valenti and Malcolm McMillan each scored 14 points, and Kevin Bleeker had nine rebounds, three assists and two blocks Thursday night to as Canisius held off Niagara 65-60.
Curtis Cobb and Marcus Gilbert combined for 45 points and Fairfield extended its season-best win streak to five games after defeating Niagara 71-59 on Saturday.
Emile Blackman scored 21 points for the second time in as many games. and Maurice Taylor, Jr. added 10 as Niagara came from behind to defeat Marist 76-72 on Thursday night.
Shawn Valentine scored 17 points and Rider cruised past Niagara 77-59 on Sunday.
Quadir Welton had 24 points and 11 rebounds, Antwon Portley added 21 points and six boards and St. Peter's beat Niagara 72-59 on Friday night.
Isaiah Williams scored 21 points and Iona used a big first half to defeat Niagara 75-61 on Sunday.
Kahlil Thomas and Xavier Lundy scored 20 points apiece and Rider took control down the stretch to defeat Niagara 66-60 on Friday night.
Daniel Harris made six 3-pointers and scored 18 points, Giovanni McLean added 19 and Quinnipiac shot better than 70 percent from beyond the arc to topple Niagara 82-68 on Saturday.
Matt Scott scored a career-high 32 points and Karonn Davis sank the winning 3-pointer to lift Niagara to a 69-66 win over Marist on Thursday night.
Nico Clareth scored a career-high 24 points, Brett Bisping had 20 points and 12 rebounds, and Siena beat Niagara 82-70 Tuesday night for the Saints' seventh straight win in the series.
Malcolm McMillan had 17 points, six rebounds and four assists, Phil Valenti added 14 points and 11 rebounds and Canisius beat longtime rival Niagara 70-61 Friday night.
Shane Richards made four 3-pointers and scored 22 points, RaShawn Stores made four free throws in the final 12 seconds and Manhattan beat Niagara 69-64 on Sunday.
Jonathan Kasibabu blocked a potential game-tying shot, grabbed two key rebounds and sank four free throws -- all in the final 52 seconds -- as Fairfield edged Niagara 73-68 Friday night.
Justin Satchell came off the bench to score 10 points, but his biggest shot was a tip-in of a missed 3-pointer that lifted Niagara to a last-second 55-53 win over Manhattan on Saturday after the
Justin Satchell scored the late, go-ahead jumper, Emile Blackman added a pair of free throws and Niagara held on Thursday night to give St. Peter's its first conference loss, 63-61.
A.J. English scored 21 points and Jordan Washington had 20 points and eight rebounds as Iona defeated Niagara 65-52 Monday night.
Javion Ogunyemi scored 23 points and Siena pulled away from Niagara 75-63 on Saturday.
Dion Wright sank 11 of 17 field goals to score a career-high 28 points as St. Bonaventure defeated Niagara 82-68 on Wednesday night.
Freshman Joe Cremo scored a season-high 25 points to help Albany beat Niagara 65-56 on Wednesday night.
Aakim Saintil scored 21 points and Trevon Woods hit a game-winning layup in overtime as LIU Brooklyn beat Niagara 80-79 on Saturday.
Federico Mussini scored 11 points and Christian Jones added 10 points to help St. John's beat Niagara 48-44 on Wednesday night in the 100th all-time meeting.
Micah Seaborn scored 13 points and Monmouth topped Niagara 56-42 on Sunday.
Emile Blackman and Matt Scott had 20 points each on Friday night, and Niagara beat Quinnipiac 76-72 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener for both teams.