The early games have been completed for the 2014 MAAC Women’s Championship Quarterfinal games.
The first game saw #1 Iona defeat #9 Monmouth 71-56. Joy Adams led all scorers with 29 points and also pulled down 16 rebounds for the Gaels, and Damika Martinez helped in the winning effort by adding 23 points of her own. Monmouth was led by Helena Kurt and Chevannah Paalvast with 13 points. Chevannah Paalvast also eclipsed the 1000 point mark in the game. Jasmine Walker recorded a double double for Monmouth adding 12 points and hauling in 10 rebounds.
The second game saw #4 seed Quinnipiac and #5 seed Canisius play their first games of the tournament with Quinnipiac winning 72-61, leading from the first whistle to the final buzzer. Quinnipiac was led by Camryn Warner who had 17 points and Brittany McQuain added to the effort with a double double (13 points and 12 rebounds). Canisius was led by the game high scorer Kayla Hoohuli with 23 points in the defeat.
#1 Iona will play #4 Quinnipiac in the first semifinal match for the women’s bracket. The game will be played on Sunday, March 9 at 11:00 AM.
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The late games have been completed for the 2014 MAAC Women’s Championship Quarterfinal games.
The third game of the quarterfinals saw #2 Marist defeat #10 Siena 87-65. Marist led the entire game, with Madeline Blais leading all scorers with 16 points and also was tied with Casey Dunlin for the team lead in rebounds. Siena was lead by Kelsey Booth, who recorded a double double with 14 points and a game high 13 rebounds, and was helped by Kanika Cummings with 14 points off the bench in the loss.
The final game of the quarterfinals saw the #3 seed Rider defeat #6 Fairfield 63-57. Rider was led by Myneshia McKenzie posting a double double with a game high in both points with 28 and rebounds with 16. Katie Cizynski led the way for Fairfield with 15 points.
#2 Marist will play #3 Rider in the second semifinal match for the women’s bracket. The game will be played on Sunday, March 9 at 1:30 PM.
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The first day of the Men’s 2014 MAAC Basketball Championship had close games all the way down to the final buzzer.
The first game of the Men’s tournament saw #8 seed Rider defeat #9 seed Monmouth 71-60. Leading the way for Mommouth was Deon Jones with 18 points. Rider was led by Daniel Stewart, who had a game high 25 points. Rider will be facing #1 seed Iona on Saturday March 8th at 12:00 pm.
The second game saw #7 seed Saint Peter’s defeat #10 seed Fairfield on a buzzer beater by Desi Washington 65-62. The leading scorer for Saint Peter’s was Desi Washington with 14 points, and Marvin Dominique posted a double-double (11 points and 13 rebounds). Maurice Barrow led the way for Fairfield with 14 points. Saint Peter’s will face #2 seed Manhattan at 6:30 pm on Saturday March 8th.
The final game of the opening round for the Men’s tournament saw #11 Niagara upset #6 Marist 78-76. Antoine Mason led all scorers with 38 points while Marcus Ware posted a double double with 14 points and 11 rebounds in the winning effort. Marist was led by Chavaughn Lewis had 26 points and Adam Kemp finished one rebound shy of a double double with 14 points and 9 rebounds. Niagara will face #3 Quinnipiac at 9:00 pm on Saturday March 8th.
The final game to be played Saturday will be between #4 Canisius and #5 Siena with tip off being at 2:30 pm on Saturday, March 8th.
The first day of the Women’s 2014 MAAC Basketball Championship saw a lot of close games.
The first game saw #9 seed Monmouth defeat #8 seed Niagara 66-62. Leading the way for Mommouth was Christina Mitchell with 14. Niagara was led by Chanel Johnson with 14 points. There were a total of 11 ties and 11 lead changes. Monmouth will be facing #1 seed Iona on Friday March 7th at 12:00 pm.
The second game saw #10 seed Siena defeat #7 seed Manhattan 87-66. The leading scorer for Siena was Ida Krogh. Nicole Isaacs had a game high 20 points in the defeat for Manhattan. There were a total of 11 ties and 11 lead changes. Siena will face #2 seed Marist at 7:00 pm on Friday, March 7.
The final game of the opening round for the Women’s tournament saw #6 Rider defeat #11 Saint Peters 64-55. Myneshia McKenzie led all players in scoring with 25 points and also grabbed 11 rebounds. Aziza May led the way for Saint Peter’s with 21 points. Rider will face #3 Fairfield at 9:30 pm.
The final game to be played tomorrow will be between #4 Quinnipiac and #5 Canisius with tip off being at 2:30 pm on Friday March 7.
Location: New Rochelle, NY
Record: 20-9 (17-3 in the MAAC)
- Points per game 84.0
- Rebounds per game 33.4
- Assists per game 17.5
- Field Goal Percentage 48.4%
- 3pt Percentage 39.9%
- Free Throw Percentage 70.8%
- Points per game Sean Armand-17.3
- Rebounds per game David Laury-7.7
- Steals per game Sean Armand-1.3
- Assists per game A.J. English-4.3
- Blocks per game David Laury-1.2
Record: 25-4 (18-2 in the MAAC)
- Points per game-74.2
- Rebounds per game-39.2
- Assists per game-14.4
- Field Goal Percentage-42.8%
- 3pt Percentage-38.1%
- Free Throw Percentage-78.5%
- Points per game Damika Martinez-24.5
- Rebounds per game Joy Adams-13.9
- Steals per game Joy Adams-1.8
- Assists per game Haley D’Angelo-4.3
- Blocks per game Sabrina Jeridore-2.7
Location: Hamden, CT
Record: 19-10 (14-6 in the MAAC)
- Points per game 79.2
- Rebounds per game 46.0
- Assists per game 12.8
- Field Goal Percentage 42.0%
- 3pt Percentage 34.9%
- Free Throw Percentage 71.8%
- Points per game Ike Azotam-16.3
- Rebounds per game Ike Azotam-10.4
- Steals per game Kendrick Ray-1.0
- Assists per game Shaq Shannon and Kasim Chandler-2.6
- Blocks per game Ousmane Drame-2.3
Record: 19-11 (14-6 in the MAAC)
- Points per game-73.7
- Rebounds per game-40.5
- Assists per game-16.9
- Field Goal Percentage-39.4%
- 3pt Percentage-32.5%
- Free Throw Percentage-71.0%
- Points per game Jasmine Martin-15.3
- Rebounds per game Brittany Mcquain-9.2
- Steals per game Brittany Mcquain-1.9
- Assists per game Gillian Abshire-6.8
- Blocks per game Samantha Guastella-1.4
The MAAC is back, and this is the moment to network!
The MassMutual Center would like to invite you to the Championship Networking Event, bringing local high school and college students for a night of networking and Division I basketball on March 10th beginning at 6:00 pm.
This event will allow students from local high schools and colleges to meet local businesses and network with other students. Around this time, students are looking for advice to get into the industry of their dreams, beginning to look for an internship, and gaining valuable experience from professionals like you.
This event will be a meet and greet, where students can come and speak with you before, during, and after the game. This opportunity will allow for you to reach out to the local student population and gain possible business in the future.
The cost of the event is $20 per person, which includes early admission to the MassMutual Center for the event, snacks, and seating in The Executive Perch for the 2014 MAAC Men’s Championship game.
If you have any questions or would like to purchase tickets to the event, please contact Jason Titelbaum at email@example.com.