2019 SeasonAll times ET

2019 Schedule
1st in MAAC
200d

Quinnipiac pulls off upset of Canisius 72-69

Cameron Young scored 17 points with 11 rebounds and Quinnipiac, the No. 7 seed in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, upset second-seeded Canisius 72-69 in a quarterfinal matchup on Friday night.

205d

Canisius shares MAAC title with Rider, 1st since 1993-94

Takal Molson scored 24 points, Isaiah Reese had 17 points and seven assists and Canisius clinched a share of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season championship with a 98-74 victory over Marist on Sunday.

220d

Reese leads Canisius to 71-64 win over Quinnipiac

Isaiah Reese scored 13 points, pulled down 10 rebounds and dished out seven assists and Malik Johnson added eight free throws down the stretch to lead Canisius to its fourth straight win, a 71-64 victory over Quinnipiac on Saturday afternoon.

234d

Niagara hits 15 3s, beats Canisius 105-89

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.

247d

Big second half carries Canisius over Monmouth 94-79

Jermaine Crumpton scored 23 points, Isaiah Reese added 22 and the pair led a big second-half in a 94-79 Canisius victory over Monmouth on Sunday that kept the Golden Griffins tied atop the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.

254d

Horn's late 3 lifts Siena to 65-62 upset of Canisius

Jordan Horn hit a deep 3-pointer with 5.4 seconds on the clock and an answering trey by Jermaine Crumpton rattled in and out at the horn as Siena upended Canisius 65-62 on Sunday, handing the Golden Griffins their first conference loss.

Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com 

BIGGEST WINNERS (04Jan2018): Congratulations Tulsa (AAC), Drake (MVC), UL Lafayette (Sun Belt), Canisius (MAAC), UMBC (America East), Radford (Big South), Colgate (Patriot), Robert Morris (NEC) and New Orleans (SLC). All are surprising early leaders in their respective conferences and thus appear as automatic qualifiers in the latest Bracketology.

261d

Canisius hangs on to beat Iona 85-78

Jermaine Crumpton scored 24 points, Takal Molson added 21 and Malik Johnson, who didn't attempt a field goal, came up with a steal and two defensive rebounds in the final minute as Canisius beat Iona 85-78 on Sunday.

263d

Canisius outlasts Rider 77-76 in MAAC opener

Jermaine Crumpton tossed in 20 points and Jonathan Sanks came off the bench to score 12, including 1 of 2 free throws with 39 seconds left, to lift Canisius to a 77-76 victory over Rider on Friday in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener.

Team Stats

Points Per Game76.397th
Rebounds Per Game33.5278th
Assists Per Game16.8Tied-14th
Points Allowed71.1143rd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record6-4
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances4