…as the Siena Saints avenged an earlier defeat with a 73-69 victory over Canisius Golden Griffins in Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference action at the Times-Union Center.
Novar Gadson capped a wild afternoon with a rebound and put-back as time expired, and the Rider Broncs rallied to defeat the Canisius Golden Griffins 77-76 in Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference action at the Koessler Athletic Center, Sunday.
Alshwan Hymes connected six times from behind the arc, Julius Coles hit four from long range, Tomas Vasquez-Simmons swatted away a Ryan Rossiter attempt as time expired, and Canisius ended a five-year drought defeating the Siena Saints 62-61 in Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference action at the Koessler Athletic Center, Friday.
Both teams play at a similar tempo scoring 69 per game. The Griffs need to slow Rossiter and make the rest of the Saints beat them. The Canisius defense will frustrate Brookins. Frazier will…
When it was all done, Hymes set a new school record with nine 3s leading to a career-high 28 points as the Canisius Golden Griffins exorcised the Northwestern State Demons 85-52 in non-conference action Wednesday night.
Tomas Vazques-Simmons and Alshwan Hymes led a second half comeback as the Canisius Golden Griffins defated the Lamar Cardinals in a non-conference match-up 78-72.
Perunicic gave St Francis the lead for the first time with 4:35 remaining in the half. The junior from Belgrade, Serbia took a Dre Calloway pass in transition and hit from the left side of the floor. Four minutes later, when Perunicic connected from the right side of the floor, St Francis led 37-35.
Alshwan Hymes turned in another career night, and Tomas Vazquez-Simmons registered a double-double as the Canisius Golden Griffins downed the South Dakota Coyotes 73-69 in non-conference action at the Dakota Dome.
Gaby Belardo scored 19 including six straight in the opening moments of the second half, but the Canisius Golden Griffins fell in Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference play to the Marist Red Foxes, 74-64.
Frazier knocked down a jumper in the lane, Coles hit a 3, and Hymes led freshman, Chris Manhertz for a dunk and the Griffs made it an 83-77 game with with just under three minutes remaining.