The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced its schedule model for the 2020-21 college basketball season on Thursday, becoming the first league to make its plans public following the NCAA establishing a Nov. 25 start date.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/8W 58-56
- 11/12L 62-51
- 11/16L 58-41
- 11/23L 79-75
- 11/30L 66-64
- 12/7L 53-51
- 12/16L 74-64
- 12/18L 64-56
- 12/21L 85-56
- 12/28L 69-54
- 1/3L 63-58
- 1/5L 66-40
- 1/8W 70-58
- 1/12L 69-52
- 1/16L 74-66
- 1/19W 83-73
- 1/22W 75-73
- 1/24L 70-57
- 1/31W 67-48
- 2/2L 66-65
- 2/7W 72-61
- 2/14L 57-53
- 2/16L 78-70
- 2/21L 65-61
- 2/23W 76-54
- 2/26L 65-56
- 2/28L 52-50
- 3/1L 71-52
- 3/4L 85-69
- 3/10L 56-54
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Raheem Solomon scored the game-winning layup with 3 seconds left and sixth-seeded Niagara beat No. 11 Marist 56-54 in Tuesday night's first round of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament.
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Majesty Brandon had 23 points as Canisius got past Marist 85-69 on Wednesday night.
Kevin Marfo scored 10 points, pulled down 16 rebounds and added five assists and four blocked shots, leading Quinnipiac to a 71-52 start-to-finish win over Marist on Sunday.
Donald Carey had 16 points and Jalen Pickett scored 14 and hit a jumper with less than a second remaining to lift Siena to a 52-50 victory over Marist on Friday night, stretching the Saints' winning streak to seven games.
Pauly Paulicap scored 16 points as Manhattan defeated Marist 65-56 on Wednesday night.
Matt Herasme and Jordan Jones scored 18 points apiece as Marist easily defeated Niagara 76-54 on Sunday.
Ray Salnave posted 13 points and six rebounds and made a key pair of free throws with 30 seconds left in overtime as Monmouth narrowly beat Marist 65-61 on Friday night.
Isaiah Washington scored 21 points and E.J. Crawford added 20 and Iona rallied in the second half for a 78-70 win over Marist on Sunday.
Taj Benning and Vincent Eze combined to score all 12 of Fairfield's overtime points to lead the Stags over Marist 57-53 on Friday night.
Jordan Jones had 18 points to lead five Marist players in double figures as the Red Foxes got past St. Peter's 72-61 on Friday night. Braden Bell added 15 points for the Red Foxes. Tyler Sagl chipped in 12, Michael Cubbage scored 12 and Matt Herasme...
Majesty Brandon scored the last 10 points for Canisius, including two 3-pointers in the final 17 seconds, for a 66-65 win over Marist on Sunday.
Michael Cubbage recorded 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead Marist to a 67-48 win over Niagara on Friday night.
Elijah Burns registered 19 points as Siena stretched its home win streak to eight games, defeating Marist 70-57 on Friday night.
Tyler Sagl had a season-high 23 points, including 10 points in overtime, as Marist narrowly beat Manhattan 75-73 on Wednesday night.
Sophomore Matthew Herasme finished with 17 points and a career-high 11 rebounds for his first double-double and Marist knocked off Iona 83-73 on Sunday.
Ray Salnave had 20 points as Monmouth beat Marist 74-66 on Thursday night.
Dimencio Vaughn had 21 points and 13 rebounds as Rider defeated Marist 69-52 on Sunday.
Tyler Saint-Furcy registered 17 points as Marist ended its 11-game losing streak, defeating Fairfield 70-58 on Wednesday night.
Aaron Estrada led 12 players in scoring with 15 points and Saint Peter's continued Marist's woes beating the Red Foxes 66-40 on Sunday.
Rich Kelly had 18 points as Quinnipiac edged past Marist 63-58 on Friday night.
Mike Smith scored 16 points and Columbia pulled away in the second half to beat Marist 69-54 on Saturday in the Red Foxes' final nonconference game of the season.
Cletrell Pope had 20 points and Isaiah Bailey added a double-double as Bethune-Cookman rolled past Marist 85-56 on Saturday.
Nick Guadarrama scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as New Hampshire topped Marist 64-56 on Wednesday night.
Stevie Jordan scored 14 of his 23 points from the foul line and Rider beat Marist 74-64 on Monday night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener.