Samir Stewart had 13 points as Manhattan edged past Canisius 70-65 on Sunday.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6L 62-56
- 11/12L 75-52
- 11/16W 55-53
- 11/17L 59-53
- 11/18W 54-38
- 11/24L 70-43
- 12/1L 57-56
- 12/5L 69-62
- 12/10L 80-50
- 12/15L 61-46
- 12/20L 77-67
- 12/23L 72-56
- 1/3L 63-59
- 1/5W 90-80
- 1/8L 78-63
- 1/12L 65-49
- 1/17W 58-56
- 1/19L 60-47
- 1/21L 62-46
- 1/26L 53-40
- 1/31W 62-49
- 2/2W 64-50
- 2/5W 73-66
- 2/8L 51-49
- 2/15W 64-60
- 2/17W 70-65
- 2/22h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/24h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/1h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Tykei Greene had 14 points off the bench to carry Manhattan to a 64-60 win over Niagara on Friday night.
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Evan Fisher registered 18 points as Siena narrowly beat Manhattan 51-49 on Friday night.
Tyler Reynolds nailed six from 3-point range to total 23 points and Manhattan held on to upset Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference leader Rider 73-66 on Tuesday night.
Freshman Samir Stewart scored 19 points and Manhattan cruised past Saint Peter's 64-50 on Saturday night.
Tyler Reynolds and Ebube Ebube each posted career highs as Manhattan walloped Fairfield, 62-49 in a Metro Atlantic contest Thursday night.
Jalen Pickett scored 18 points and Siena held Manhattan to its lowest output of the season in a 53-40 win on Saturday night.
David Knudsen scored 21 points with five 3-pointers and six rebounds and Marist beat Manhattan 62-46 on Monday night ending its three-game losing streak.
Dimencio Vaughn hit four 3-pointers and scored 14 points and Rider beat Manhattan 60-47 on Saturday night to stay atop Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference with its fifth straight win.
Freshman Samir Stewart buried a 3-pointer with three seconds remaining for his only points of the game, freshman Warren Williams scored 15 and hit a pair of big shots down the stretch and Manhattan rallied past Saint Peter's 58-56 on Thursday night.
The MAAC tournament will run from Thursday through Monday in Albany. Check out the conference tournament bracket, and check back for updates as title games from each conference go final.
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Manhattan is promoting Tuesday's game against Winthrop (8:45 a.m., ESPN2) as #JavaWithTheJaspers, providing free coffee for fans attending. The team will need to make sure it's awake and focused against Winthrop's Xavier Cooks. Tip-Off predictions
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After leading Manhattan College to back to back MAAC championships, Steve Masiello has agreed to a multiyear contract extension with the Jaspers.
Crossover leaves defender on the ground
And Manhattan's Rich Williams finished off the ankle breaker with a swish.
Put it up so Williams can put it down
Manhattan's Rich Williams jumped to snag a one-handed alley-oop, giving him 26 points with plenty of time to play vs. Iona. (Live on ESPNU)
Manhattan forward Jermaine Lawrence will have to sit half of the season, two months after being told by the school that he would be penalized just one exhibition game for a failed drug test.
Manhattan forward must miss half season
Jermaine Lawrence, a highly touted recruit coming out of high school, has been informed he will have to sit half the season, two months after being told by the school that he would be penalized just one exhibition game for a failed drug test, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman. Story
Iona has been the MAAC's best regular season team for two seasons now. The Gaels are finally ready to parlay that success into an NCAA tournament bid.
Hampton coach Edward Joyner has a sense of humor when talking about his team's upcoming NCAA tournament game against top-seeded Kentucky.
ICYMI: Hampton gets set to face Kentucky
Quinton Chievous had 15 points and 13 rebounds in the Pirates' 74-64 win over Manhattan in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. Chievous left the game late with an apparent ankle injury; Hampton will need him at full-strength against the Wildcats.