— Isaiah Ross had 15 points as ninth-seeded Iona easily defeated eighth-seeded Quinnipiac 72-48 in the first round of the Metro Atlantic Conference Tourney on Tuesday.
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- Full Schedule
— KC Ndefo posted 15 points, seven rebounds and three blocks as St. Peter’s defeated Quinnipiac 66-64 on Friday in a regular-season finale.
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— Savion Lewis had 11 points and six rebounds, and Seth Pinkney registered 10 points, nine rebounds and seven blocks as Quinnipiac narrowly beat St. Peter’s 65-60 on Thursday.
— Ricardo Wright came off the bench to score 19 points to lead Marist to a 65-52 win over Quinnipiac on Monday night.
— Ricardo Wright had 13 points and seven rebounds as Marist beat Quinnipiac 76-67 on Sunday.
— Luis Kortright had a career-high 25 points as Quinnipiac romped past Rider 93-68 on Sunday.
— Luis Kortright, Tymu Chenery and Jacob Rigoni scored 18 points apiece as Quinnipiac beat Rider 80-64 on Saturday.
— Tyrese Williams had a season-high 21 points as Quinnipiac edged past Iona 74-70 on Wednesday.
— Majesty Brandon came off the bench to tally 17 points to lead Canisius to an 89-70 win over Quinnipiac on Saturday.
— Jacco Fritz registered 18 points and nine rebounds as Canisius defeated Quinnipiac 74-67 on Friday.
— Taj Benning had a career-high 23 points as Fairfield got past Quinnipiac 77-70 on Monday.
— Luis Kortright and Jacob Rigoni scored 20 points apiece as Quinnipiac beat Fairfield 78-63 on Sunday.
— Brendan McGuire had 19 points and 10 rebounds off the bench to lift Quinnipiac to a 78-69 win over Niagara on Saturday.
— Kobi Nwandu had 18 points as Niagara narrowly beat Quinnipiac 59-56 on Friday.
— George Papas scored 13 points and Monmouth topped Quinnipiac 70-63 on Saturday.
— Melik Martin had a career-high 23 points and Deion Hammond added 21 points as Monmouth topped Quinnipiac 92-80 in overtime on Friday.
— Samir Stewart came off the bench and led his team in scoring with eight points to help lift Manhattan to a 45-42 win over Quinnipiac on Saturday.
— Seth Pinkney had 16 points, nine rebounds and four blocks as Quinnipiac edged past Manhattan 84-79 in double overtime on Friday night.
— Brendan McGuire scored 17 points and Tymu Chenery 16 — both career highs — as Quinnipiac rolled past New Hampshire 64-58 in a wire-to-wire win on Sunday.
— Camren Wynter drained a career-best four 3-pointers and scored 23 points and Drexel defeated Quinnipiac for the second time in two days, pulling out a 70-58 in the Hall of Fame Tip-Off Springfield on Thursday.
— Camren Wynter had 17 points as Drexel beat Quinnipiac 66-48 on Wednesday night at the Air Force Reserve Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic.
— Seth Pinkney and Savion Lewis scored 12 points apiece as Quinnipiac topped Fairleigh Dickinson 84-66 on Wednesday in a season opener.
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