The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced its schedule model for the 2020-21 college basketball season on Thursday, becoming the first league to make its plans public following the NCAA establishing a Nov. 25 start date.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/12W 85-74
- 11/16W 57-51
- 11/19L 70-57
- 11/23W 69-64
- 11/27L 73-64
- 12/2L 65-47
- 12/7W 54-53
- 12/14L 59-58
- 12/22L 63-51
- 1/3W 71-67
- 1/5W 67-62
- 1/10L 68-60
- 1/12W 81-69
- 1/16W 69-57
- 1/18L 65-58
- 1/22L 75-73
- 1/26L 67-63
- 1/31L 70-53
- 2/2W 72-49
- 2/7W 77-59
- 2/9W 65-63
- 2/14L 80-57
- 2/16L 65-52
- 2/21L 67-64
- 2/23L 57-56
- 2/26W 65-56
- 3/1L 80-60
- 3/4L 71-59
- 3/6L 66-50
- 3/10W 61-43
- 3/11L 63-49
- Full Schedule
Manny Camper scored 15 points, hauled in nine rebounds and made six assists as top-seeded Siena defeated Manhattan 69-43 Wednesday night in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament.
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Pauly Paulicap tallied 18 points and 12 rebounds to carry Manhattan to a 61-43 win over Fairfield in the opening game of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament on Tuesday.
Jesus Cruz had 21 points as Fairfield defeated Manhattan 66-50 on Friday night to end the Metro Atlantic Athletic regular season.
Tyere Marshall had 20 points ON 9-FOR-12 SHOOTING and Rider pulled away after halftime, defeating Manhattan 71-59 on Wednesday night and securing a first-round bye into the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament.
Deion Hammond scored 18 points as Monmouth led wire-to-wire, routing Manhattan 80-60 on Sunday.
Pauly Paulicap scored 16 points as Manhattan defeated Marist 65-56 on Wednesday night.
Majesty Brandon scored 15 of his 20 points -- including the game-winning free throws with 12 seconds remaining -- during a second-half rally and Canisius squeaked past Manhattan 57-56 on Sunday.
Aaron Estrada registered 18 points as St. Peter's narrowly defeated Manhattan 67-64 on Friday night for sole possession of first place in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Manny Camper had 16 points and 13 rebounds to lift Siena to a 65-52 win over Manhattan on Sunday, the Saints' 12th straight home victory.
E.J. Crawford had 21 points, six rebounds and seven assists as Iona routed Manhattan 80-57 on Friday night.
Tykei Greene scored on a layup with 1 second remaining in the game and Manhattan slipped past Quinnipiac 65-63 on Sunday.
Pauly Paulicap had a season-high 20 points as Manhattan beat Niagara 77-59 on Friday night.
Christian Hinckson had 12 points, six rebounds and six assists as Manhattan defeated Iona 72-49 on Sunday.
Frederick Scott scored 25 points with 11 rebounds and Tyrei Randall scored 16 and Rider held off Manhattan for a 67-63 win on Sunday.
Tyler Sagl had a season-high 23 points, including 10 points in overtime, as Marist narrowly beat Manhattan 75-73 on Wednesday night.
Ray Salnave had 16 points and eight rebounds as Monmouth beat Manhattan 65-58 on Saturday night.
Samir Stewart scored 20 points and Manhattan moved into a first-place by knocking off the last remaining undefeated team in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, rolling to a 69-57 win over Quinnipiac on Thursday night.
Tyler Reynolds hit four 3-pointers and scored 16 points, Samir Stewart added 15 points and Manhattan cruised past Siena 81-69 on Sunday.
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Landon Taliaferro had 24 points as Fairfield topped Manhattan 68-60 on Friday night.
Tykei Greene scored 21 points and Manhattan held off Niagara 67-62 on Sunday.
Warren Williams came off the bench to score a season-high 16 points to lead Manhattan to a 71-67 win over Canisius on Friday night.
Eli Pemberton and Desure Buie each scored 19 points and Hofstra defeated Manhattan 63-51 on Sunday.