The 2019 TBT is down to eight teams, but it remains rich in former college stars and NBA contributors. Here are the top remaining standouts.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
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Evan Fisher had 22 points as Siena defeated Rider 87-81 in the quarterfinals of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament on Saturday night.
Jordan Allen had 23 points as Rider got past Marist 75-64 on Sunday in a regular-season finale.
Asante Gist had a season-high 22 points as Iona clinched at least a share of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season title, topping Rider 86-79 on Friday night for the Gaels' seventh straight win.
Stevie Jordan had 21 points as Rider topped Niagara 97-81 on Friday night.
Tyere Marshall had a career-high 25 points plus 14 rebounds as Rider topped St. Peter's 71-65 on Sunday.
Frederick Scott had 21 points as Rider beat Monmouth 81-72 on Friday night.
Cameron Young had 25 points as Quinnipiac topped Rider 98-88 in overtime on Tuesday night. Tyrese Williams added 23 points for the Bobcats.
Evan Fisher had 21 points as Siena edged past Rider 59-57 on Sunday.
Jonathan Sanks banked in a 3-pointer with 7.9 seconds left to lift Canisius to an 81-80 victory over Rider on Friday night, ending the Broncs' 17-game home win streak.
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.
Diago Quinn scored 17 points and Monmouth closed the game with a 12-2 run to defeat league-leading Rider 75-71 on Saturday.
Tyere Marshall scored 10 of his 14 points in the second half, Devine Eke and Anthony Durham each finished with 12 points, and Rider beat Saint Peter's 59-51 on Thursday night.
Stevie Jordan led six players in double-digit scoring with 18 points to help Rider rally to beat Marist 86-85 on Sunday and keep the Broncs atop the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference standings.
Rickey McGill scored a key basket with 11 seconds left to help Iona give Rider its first conference loss 77-71 on Friday night.
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.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Upset in the MAAC: Top-seeded Rider falls in the quarterfinal to 9-seed Saint Peter's.
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.
The MAAC has suspended Rider's Anthony Durham and Siena's Marquis Wright and will reprimand both coaches for their roles in Tuesday night's scuffle.
Scuffle leads to invisible handshakes
Flaring tempers between Rider and Siena results in an unusual postgame handshake line.
Siena's Jimmy Patsos told ESPN he respected Rider coach Kevin Baggett's decision to take his team off the court and skip Tuesday's handshake line after a testy game in which punches were thrown.
Dunking time? No, sir, it is not
Try dunking at your own peril when around Rider's Jimmie Taylor.
Monmouth caps wild comeback with 3
Monmouth finished a 17-2 run with a 3-pointer with three seconds left to take a one-point lead that would hold up for a stunning win over Rider.