Tyler Nelson had 27 points and 10 rebounds and No. 6 seed Fairfield jumped out early and cruised to 90-77 victory over third-seeded Niagara on Saturday night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinal.
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Kahlil Dukes scored 26 points and Niagara won its regular-season finale 100-76 over Marist on Friday night.
Isaiah Reese scored 26 points and Canisius beat Niagara 95-88 on Wednesday night.
Rich Williams scored 21 points with eight rebounds and four assists and Manhattan beat Niagara 82-72 on Sunday.
James Towns scored 20 points, Kahlil Dukes added 17 and the pair fueled a second-half rally after Niagara lost high-scoring guard Matt Scott to edge Iona 85-84 on Friday night in a meeting of the third- and fourth-place teams in the Metro Atlantic...
Kahlil Dukes scored 22 points, Marvin Prochet and Matt Scott each had double-doubles and Niagara pulled away in the second half to beat Fairfield 95-83 on Saturday.
James Towns came off the Niagara bench to score 26 points and spark the Purple Eagles to a 95-76 romp past Quinnipiac on Thursday night and into a tie with Iona for third place in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Association.
Kahil Dukes scored a career-high 37 points to lead Niagara over Monmouth 96-91 on Sunday.
Nick Griffin scored 15 of his 20 points in the second half and Sam Idowu had 12 points to help Saint Peter's beat Niagara 58-52 on Friday night to snap a six-game skid.
James Towns had 31 points and Kahlil Dukes scored 28, and Niagara hit a season-high 14 3-pointers to beat Canisius 105-89 on Saturday night and knock the Griffins from first place in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Matt Scott scored 21 points with four 3-pointers for his 14th 20-plus game of the season and Niagara beat Manhattan 72-63 on Wednesday night.
Tyler Nelson scored 28 points, Aidas Kavaliauskas turned in a double-double and Fairfield came up with its highest-scoring output of the season, surprising Niagara 104-85 on Saturday.
Kahlil Dukes scored 23 points including a 3-pointer for the lead after a long rally as Niagara came back from 10 points down to defeat Quinnipiac 81-73 Thursday night and win a fifth straight game.
Matt Scott scored 23 points, Kahlil Dukes added 21 and the two were the difference down the stretch on Sunday as Niagara beat Saint Peter's 73-70.
James Towns hit an open 3-pointer from the top of the circle and then added two free throws for an 11-point lead with 2:45 left and Niagara held on through a white-knuckle finish to edge Monmouth 78-77 Friday night.
Matt Scott scored 23 points and Dominic Robb came off the bench to score all of his eight points in the paint during a comeback run in the second half as Niagara rallied to defeat Marist 86-70 Sunday.
Marvin Prochet scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for his fifth double-double of the season, Matt Scott added 18 points, and Niagara beat Siena 84-76 on Friday night.
Jordan Allen had 18 points and nine rebounds, Frederick Scott added 16 points and Rider beat Niagara 99-76 on Sunday.
E.J. Crawford converted a 3-point play with about two minutes left in overtime and Iona closed with 10 straight free throws to hold off a challenge from Niagara 98-93 on Friday night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener.
Kahlil Dukes and Matt Scott, the nation's leading scoring duo, combined for 49 points and Marvin Prochet scored Niagara's final four points in an 89-86 victory over Cornell on Saturday.
Kahlil Dukes scored 21 and hit a key 3-pointer with 2:17 left to help Niagara hold off Cleveland State 79-77 on Tuesday night.
Matt Scott nailed a 3-pointer from just outside the arc as time expired to give Niagara an 85-82 come-from-behind win over Norfolk State on Saturday.
Jamaal King scored 26 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer in overtime, Keith Braxton added 24 points to go with 12 rebounds and St. Francis (Pa.) edged past Niagara for a 93-87 win Sunday.
Kahlil Dukes and Matt Scott scored all of Niagara's points during a 13-2 run over the final four minutes and the Purple Eagles beat New Hampshire 78-70 on Tuesday night.
C.J. Massinburg scored 25 points, Jeremy Harris and Dontay Caruthers added 23 apiece and Buffalo rolled to a 106-87 win over Niagara on Wednesday night.