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Villanova’s Baker Dunleavy To Be Named Quinnipiac Head Coach

Villanova associate head coach Baker Dunleavy has been tabbed as the new lead man at Quinnipiac, according to reports.

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Quinnipiac Fires Tom Moore

Quinnipiac severed ties with head coach Tom Moore Tuesday morning, firing the coach after his 10th season with the program, following the Bobcats’ first round loss to Niagara.

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MAAC Announces Postseason Awards

The MAAC handed out individual postseason awards Friday morning. Here’s a rundown of who took home the hardware:

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Niagara Turns Tables On Quinnipiac With Big Second Half

ALBANY, N.Y. — Someone had to end their losing streak, and it was Niagara who got the job done. The Purple Eagles took down Quinnipiac 88-69 in the opening game of the MAAC tournament Thursday evening at the Times Union Center.

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MAAC Tournament Primer: Quinnipiac

The Quinnipiac Bobcats won their first two contests of February to improve to 7-7 in league play and appeared poised to make a run for a first-round bye, but a six game slide from that point on to end the season has Tom Moore’s squad back in the first game of the conference tournament for […]

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2016-17 All-MAAC Teams

The MAAC announced all-league teams Monday afternoon with few surprises. Monmouth, which on Sunday became the first MAAC team to win 18 league games, placed two players on the First Team, including likely Player of the Year Justin Robinson. Saint Peter’s, Siena, Canisius, and Rider all saw multiple players receive all-league honors, with Iona and […]

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Rider 99, Quinnipiac 82: Broncs Riding High Heading To Albany

Rider fell just shy of its third 100-point performance of the season, but the Broncs’ 99 tally Sunday afternoon was more than enough to dispatch Quinnipiac and skate into the MAAC tournament on a hot streak.

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Manhattan Routs Quinnipiac On Tyler Wilson’s Senior Night

Manhattan sent off senior Tyler Wilson with a flourish. The Jaspers put up 56 second-half points and routed Quinnipiac 95-74 in their home finale at Draddy Gymnasium Sunday evening.

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Fairfield 89, Quinnipiac 86 (OT) – Call It A Rivalry

A mere eleven days after Fairfield squandered a 14 point second half lead against in-state rival Quinnipiac, the Stags nearly outdid themselves by letting a 16 point advantage slip away on the Bobcats’ home court. However, the heroics of Tyler Nelson and Jerry Johnson Jr. helped Fairfield avoid disaster and avenge their previous loss with […]

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Quinnipiac 73, Fairfield 71: Bobcats Battle Back

A New England team staged an improbable second half comeback thanks in part to questionable clock management by its opponent. No, this is not a Super Bowl summary.

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