ALBANY, N.Y. -- Marquis Wright scored four points inside 23 seconds remaining as Siena downed Niagara 66-62 in a closely played matchup on Thursday night.
Antoine Mason, the nation's leading scorer at 27.4 ppg, hit a jumper with 1 minute left to put Niagara up 61-59. Hymes responded for the Saints with a 3-pointer and following a Wesley Myers miss by Niagara, Wright landed a free throw and scored on a layup and another free throw in the final stretch, putting the game out of reach with 10 seconds left.
It's a quiet weekend for five-star visits, but Archie Miller and Indiana welcome two key targets while Zion Williamson visits Duke.
Trae Young could have played college basketball just about anywhere, but he chose to stay close to home. Even his dad wasn't sure about that at first. The five-star point guard wants to lead a revival of "Sooner Magic" in Norman.
Five-star recruit Jahvon Quinerly decommits from Arizona; he had been recruited by Emanuel "Book" Richardson, who was arrested in the recent FBI probe.