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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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Siena 84, Quinnipiac 75: Bobcats Rebounding Kings No More

It was a bit disquieting watching seemingly helpless Quinnipiac be destroyed on the boards Monday against Siena in an 84-75 loss, almost like an empire whose time had finally faded away. The Bobcats went 10 straight seasons among the top 10 offensive rebounding teams in the nation (nine of them in the top 5) leading […]

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Monmouth 95, Quinnipiac 76: Video Recap

Justin Robinson scored 22 points for Monmouth and is now just 11 points away from the program’s Division I scoring record. His outburst helped the Hawks cruise to their seventh straight victory, 95-76 over Quinnipiac. Micah Seaborn scored 21 for Monmouth, while freshman Peter Kiss added 22 for the Bobcats. Here’s the video recap.

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MAAC Midpoint

At the midpoint of the MAAC season, it’s worth examining where each team in the league stands and where they might end up over the next six weeks. Here is a team-by-team analysis based on the current standings, along with mid-season all-MAAC teams:

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Iona 84, Quinnipiac 74: Cluess Trusts His Depth

Deyshonee Much, Schadrac Casimir, and Jordan Washington, by most measures the three top returning players for defending MAAC champion Iona, sat on the bench next to Tim Cluess as Mikey Dixon – Quinnipiac’s freshman star in waiting – drilled a three-pointer to cut the Iona lead to a single point Monday night at the Hynes […]

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Quinnipiac Freshmen Dixon and Kiss Leading Bobcats Into Contention

Freshmen Mikey Dixon and Peter Kiss have reignited a slumping Quinnipiac basketball program and are leading the Bobcats back into contention in the MAAC.

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Quinnipiac 95, Canisius 90: Life Easier When Shots Go In

Tom Moore stood in front of the podium after Friday night’s 95-90 win over Canisius with a smile on his face. Yes, winning is a lot more fun than losing (expert analysis), and the Bobcats are threatening to move into the top half of the MAAC with a 5-4 record, but there was more to […]

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Quinnipiac Downs Iona in OT

Quinnipiac’s freshman sensation Mikey Dixon continued his stellar rookie campaign with a career-high 27 point performance, leading the Bobcats in a 97-91 overtime win over defending MAAC champions Iona Saturday afternoon at the TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, CT.

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