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Manhattan 84, Quinnipiac 77: Jaspers Turn Up The Pressure

Manhattan shot 70.8% from the field in the second half as they erased a nine point halftime deficit and pulled away from Quinnipiac 84-77 Thursday night.

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Monmouth 66, Quinnipiac 51: Hawks Climbing The Hill

Monmouth knocked down another domino in their remarkable season with a 66-51 victory at Quinnipiac Thursday evening. Justin Robinson led all scorers with 13 points as the Hawks improved to 8-2 in MAAC play while the Bobcats fell to 2-7.

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Canisius 63, Quinnipiac 53: Shooting Woes Continue For Bobcats

HAMDEN, Conn. – Tom Moore threw everything, including the kitchen sink in the form of a 1-3-1 at Canisius Sunday afternoon, but in the end, the story was the same, lots of missed shots in a frustrating 63-53 defeat, the Bobcats’ third straight defeat and sixth in seven games. “We’re stuck in it,” Moore said. […]

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Siena 64, Quinnipiac 52: How About That Saints’ Defense?

HAMDEN, Conn. – The credit does not belong to the critic, as Mr. Roosevelt once taught us, but the data made it pretty easy to be critical of Siena’s defense last season. Coming off a 2013-14 campaign in which the Saints were second in the MAAC (behind only champion Manhattan) and 78th nationally in defensive […]

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Monmouth 88, Quinnipiac 74: Three Bobcat Thoughts

For the first time in six years, Monmouth finished a basketball game with more points than Quinnipiac.

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Monmouth Finally Defeats Quinnipiac In MAAC Play

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – It was a day when junior point guard Justin Robinson was merely magical for the Monmouth University men’s basketball team.

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Iona 78, Quinnipiac 66: The Return of A.J. English

It took a while to get back in the groove, but A.J. English and the Iona Gaels left Connecticut with a 78-66 victory over Quinnipiac Saturday afternoon.

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Quinnipiac Frontcourt Tested By Injuries

Over the last five years, no team in the country has been better at rebounding than the Quinnipiac Bobcats. Under the guidance of head coach Tom Moore, the Bobcats have finished among the top two teams in the country in rebounds per game every year this decade. Each of the last three years, they have […]

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Quinnipiac 68, Hartford 66: Growing Pains For Inexperienced Teams

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – The ball moved quickly, everyone seemed to touch it, extra passes were made, and – most importantly – shots were falling as Quinnipiac was rolling Tuesday night at intrastate rival Hartford. At one point, the Bobcats were 8-12 and then 10-16 from three-point range, and after Gio McLean drove with ease […]

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Three Thoughts: Quinnipiac 69, NC Central 59

HAMDEN, Conn. – New season, same old Quinnipiac. The Bobcats crashed the offensive glass and attempted to pound North Carolina Central into submission. But, oh, that outside shooting, 309th nationally a year ago. Wait, that’s a nine next to Quinnipiac’s made three-pointer number on the boxscore? Hmmm. In fact, while the season is just four […]

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