— Ahamadou Fofana posted 15 points as Canisius edged past St. Peter's 63-60 on Sunday.
- 11/9L 57-54
- 11/13L 91-70
- 11/23W 64-62
- 11/27L 85-71
- 12/3W 69-59
- 12/5L 60-58
- 12/8L 71-60
- 12/12W 87-48
- 12/18L 64-63
- 1/14W 67-62
- 1/16W 58-51
- 1/18W 65-57
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- Full Schedule
— KC Ndefo made a layup with 1:36 remaining in overtime to give St. Peter's the lead en route to a 74-68 win over Niagara on Friday night. The Peacocks would not relinquish the advantage.
— Isiah Dasher scored 17 points to lead St. Peter's to a 65-57 win over Canisius on Tuesday.
— Doug Edert had 12 points off the bench to carry Saint Peter's to a 58-51 win over Rider on Sunday.
— Daryl Banks III came off the bench to score 13 points to lead St. Peter's to a 67-62 win over Monmouth on Friday night.
— Jahlil Jenkins had 15 points as Stony Brook edged past St. Peter's 64-63 on Saturday night.
— Michael Cubbage had 15 points and 11 rebounds to carry Saint Francis (N.Y.) to a 71-60 win over Saint Peter's on Wednesday night, ending the Terriers' season-opening eight-game losing streak.
— Aidan Carpenter had 15 points off the bench and Colby Rogers made two free throws with 11 seconds left as Siena held on for a 60-58 win over Saint Peter’s on Sunday, the Saints first win against the Peacocks since 2010.
— Fousseyni Drame had 13 points and 13 rebounds to lift St. Peter's to a 69-59 win over Quinnipiac on Friday night.
— Noah Horchler had 25 points and 11 rebounds and Nate Watson added 23 points as Providence topped Saint Peter's 85-71 on Saturday.
— Doug Edert registered 17 points as St. Peter's narrowly defeated Long Island-Brooklyn 64-62 on Tuesday night.
— Tyler Polley scored 17 points and No. 23 UConn used stifling defense to rout overmatched Long Island University 93-40 on Wednesday night.
— Julian Champagnie had 22 points as St. John’s rolled past St. Peter’s 91-70 in nononference play on Saturday.
— Caleb Green posted 14 points as No. 7 seed Fairfield edged past No. 3 seed St. Peter’s 52-47 in the semifinals of the Metro Atlantic Conference Tourney on Friday night.
— Daryl Banks III had a season-high 20 points as third-seeded Saint Peter’s defeated 11th-seeded Rider 75-60 in the Metro Atlantic Conference Tourney quarterfinals on Thursday.
— 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.
— 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.
— Allen Powell had a career-high 25 points as Rider defeated St. Peter’s 78-65 on Saturday night.
— Jordan Jones scored 15 points, Hakim Byrd made a free throw with 1.9 seconds left, and Marist beat St. Peter's 51-50 on Saturday night.
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.
Aaron Estrada's jump shot with 0.9 seconds left served as the game winner as Saint Peter's beat feisty Iona 56-54 in the quarterfinals of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament on Wednesday night.
KC Ndefo had 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting, a career-high five steals and three blocks, Matthew Lee hit a 3-pointer with 3.6 seconds left, and Saint Peter's beat Iona 68-65 on Friday night in the regular-season finale for both teams.
Quinn Taylor scored a career-high 22 points with 11 rebounds, Aaron Estrada made a tiebreaking free throw with seven seconds remaining and Saint Peter's beat Canisius 69-68 on Saturday.
Marcus Hammond had 21 points as Niagara defeated St. Peter's 63-54 on Thursday night.
Doug Edert had a season-high 28 points -- 16 in a little more than three minutes in the second half -- and St. Peter's beat Rider 73-54 on Sunday.