Monday, February 19, 2018

MAAC Monday: Seeding scenarios, stat leaders, power rankings

Today's next-to-last MAAC Monday of the 2017-18 season offers a look at up-to-date scenarios regarding seeding for next week's Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament, which begins March 1 in Albany. No seeds have been presently clinched. Following this opening segment, stat leaders and power rankings will again be reprised and refreshed. For the seeding scenarios, teams will be listed in order of their current MAAC record:

Rider: Has already clinched a first-round bye AND no worse than No. 2 seed. Broncs can clinch regular season MAAC championship, and automatic bid into National Invitation Tournament, with a win Thursday at Monmouth OR Sunday vs. Iona. Should Rider and Canisius finish tied at 15-3 or 14-4, Broncs will have tiebreaker and earn No. 1 seed if Niagara finishes ahead of Iona in final standings.

Canisius: Has already clinched a first-round bye and no worse than No. 3 seed. Golden Griffins can still clinch regular season MAAC championship with either of the following scenarios:
1) Win Wednesday at Niagara AND Sunday vs. Marist, plus TWO Rider losses.
2) Should Canisius and Rider finish tied at 15-3 or 14-4, Golden Griffins will have tiebreaker and earn No. 1 seed if Iona finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings.

Niagara: Has already clinched a first-round bye and can finish as either No. 2, 3, or 4 seed. Purple Eagles can clinch No. 2 seed with wins Wednesday vs. Canisius AND Friday vs. Marist, AND a Canisius loss to Marist on Sunday. Can clinch no worse than No. 3 seed with either of the following scenarios:
1) Win Wednesday vs. Canisius OR Friday vs. Marist AND with an Iona loss.
2) Should Niagara and Iona finish tied at 12-6 or 11-7, Purple Eagles will have tiebreaker and earn No. 3 seed if Canisius finishes ahead of Rider in final standings.

Iona: Has already clinched first-round bye and can finish as either No. 3 or 4 seed. Gaels will open MAAC Tournament on Saturday, March 3, either at 7 p.m. or 9:30 p.m. Can clinch No. 3 seed with either of the following scenarios:
1) Win Friday vs. Manhattan AND Sunday at Rider, plus TWO Niagara losses.
2) Should Iona and Niagara finish tied at 12-6 or 11-7, Gaels will have tiebreaker and earn No. 3 seed if Rider finishes ahead of Canisius in final standings.

Should Iona and Manhattan finish tied at 10-8, Gaels will have tiebreaker and earn No. 4 seed by virtue of their 91-64 win over Rider on January 14.

Manhattan: Can finish as either No. 5, 6, or 7 seed. Jaspers can clinch No. 5 seed and first-round bye with either of the following scenarios:
1) Win Friday at Iona AND Sunday vs. Quinnipiac.
2) Win Friday at Iona AND a Quinnipiac loss Friday vs. Saint Peter's.
3) Win Sunday vs. Quinnipiac.

Should Manhattan and Iona finish tied at 10-8, Jaspers will earn No. 5 seed as Iona will have tiebreaker by virtue of their 91-64 win over Rider on January 14.

Should Manhattan and Fairfield finish tied at 9-9, Jaspers will have tiebreaker and earn No. 5 seed by virtue of their regular-season sweep.

Should Manhattan and Quinnipiac finish tied at 9-9, Bobcats will have tiebreaker and earn No. 5 seed by virtue of their regular-season sweep.

Should Manhattan, Fairfield and Quinnipiac finish tied at 9-9 or 8-10 while Monmouth finishes 7-11 or worse, Jaspers will earn No. 6 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Manhattan at 2-2 and Fairfield at 1-3.

Should Manhattan, Fairfield, Quinnipiac and Monmouth finish tied at 8-10, Jaspers will earn No. 6 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 4-1, followed by Manhattan at 3-3, Monmouth at 2-3 and Fairfield at 2-4.

Should Manhattan, Fairfield and Monmouth finish tied at 8-10 while Quinnipiac finishes 9-9, Jaspers will earn No. 6 seed with best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Monmouth at 2-2 and Fairfield at 1-3.

Should Manhattan and Monmouth finish tied at 8-10 while Quinnipiac finishes 9-9 and Fairfield finishes 7-11, Jaspers will earn No. 7 seed as Monmouth would have tiebreaker by virtue of their win over Rider on February 22.

Should Manhattan, Monmouth and Quinnipiac finish tied at 8-10 while Fairfield finishes 7-11, Jaspers will earn No. 7 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-0, followed by Monmouth at 1-2 and Manhattan at 1-3.

Manhattan can also finish as No. 7 seed with 8-10 record if Fairfield and Quinnipiac finish 9-9.

Fairfield: Can finish no higher than No. 5 seed, and no lower than No. 8 seed. Stags can clinch No. 5 seed and first-round bye with either of the following scenarios:
1) Win Wednesday at Siena AND Saturday vs. Monmouth, AND TWO Manhattan losses.
2) Win Wednesday at Siena AND Saturday vs. Monmouth, AND a Quinnipiac loss Friday vs. Saint Peter's, AND two Manhattan losses.

Should Fairfield and Quinnipiac finish tied at 9-9 while Manhattan finishes 8-10, Stags will have tiebreaker and earn No. 5 seed by virtue of either their 104-85 win over Niagara on January 20 or their 103-100 win over Iona on January 29.

Should Fairfield and Manhattan finish tied at 9-9 and Quinnipiac finishes 8-10 or worse, Stags will earn No. 6 seed as Manhattan will have tiebreaker by virtue of their regular-season sweep.

Fairfield can also finish as No. 6 seed with 9-9 or 8-10 record if Manhattan wins Friday at Iona AND Sunday vs. Quinnipiac. Should Fairfield and Quinnipiac finish tied at 8-10 and Monmouth finishes 7-11 or worse while Manhattan finishes 9-9 or better, Stags will have tiebreaker and earn No. 6 seed by virtue of their wins over Niagara and Iona.

Should Fairfield, Monmouth and Quinnipiac finish tied at 8-10 or 7-11 while Manhattan finishes 9-9 or better, Stags will earn No. 7 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 2-1, followed by Fairfield at 2-2 and Monmouth at 1-2.

Should Fairfield, Manhattan and Quinnipiac finish tied at 9-9 or 8-10 while Monmouth finishes 7-11 or worse, Stags will earn No. 7 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Manhattan at 2-2 and Fairfield at 1-3.

Should Fairfield and Monmouth finish tied at 8-10 while Quinnipiac finishes 7-11, Stags will have tiebreaker and earn No. 6 seed by virtue of their win over Niagara, IF Niagara finishes ahead of Iona in final standings. If Iona finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings, Monmouth will have tiebreaker and Stags will earn No. 7 seed.

Should Fairfield and Monmouth finish tied at 7-11 while Quinnipiac finishes 8-10, Stags will have tiebreaker and earn No. 7 seed by virtue of their win over Niagara, IF Niagara finishes ahead of Iona in final standings. If Iona finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings, Monmouth will have tiebreaker and Stags will earn No. 8 seed.

Should Manhattan, Fairfield and Monmouth finish tied at 8-10 while Quinnipiac finishes 9-9, Stags will earn No. 8 seed as Manhattan will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Monmouth at 2-2 and Fairfield at 1-3.

Should Fairfield, Manhattan, Quinnipiac and Monmouth finish tied at 8-10, Stags will earn No. 8 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 4-1, followed by Manhattan at 3-3, Monmouth at 2-3 and Fairfield at 2-4.

Quinnipiac: Can finish no higher than No. 5 seed, and no lower than No. 8 seed. Bobcats can clinch No. 5 seed and first-round bye with wins Friday vs. Saint Peter's AND Sunday at Manhattan.

Should Quinnipiac and Manhattan finish tied at 9-9 or 8-10 while Fairfield finishes 7-11, Bobcats will have tiebreaker and earn No. 5 seed by virtue of their regular-season sweep of Manhattan.

Should Quinnipiac, Fairfield and Manhattan finish tied at 9-9 or 8-10, Bobcats will earn No. 5 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Manhattan at 2-2 and Fairfield at 1-3.

Should Quinnipiac, Fairfield, Manhattan and Monmouth finish tied at 8-10, Bobcats will earn No. 5 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 4-1, followed by Manhattan at 3-3, Monmouth at 2-3 and Fairfield at 2-4.

Should Quinnipiac, Fairfield and Monmouth finish tied at 8-10 or 7-11 while Manhattan finishes 9-9 or better, Bobcats will earn No. 6 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 2-1, followed by Fairfield at 2-2 and Monmouth at 1-2.

Quinnipiac can also earn No. 6 seed outright with 8-10 record if Manhattan finishes 9-9 or better while Fairfield and Monmouth finish 7-11.

Should Quinnipiac and Fairfield finish tied at 8-10 and Monmouth finishes 7-11 or worse while Manhattan finishes 9-9 or better, Bobcats will earn No. 7 seed as Fairfield would have tiebreaker by virtue of their wins over Niagara and Iona.

Should Quinnipiac and Monmouth finish tied at 7-11 while Fairfield finishes 8-10 or better, Bobcats will have tiebreaker and earn No. 7 seed by virtue of their 78-76 win over Monmouth on December 28.

Quinnipiac can also earn No. 7 seed outright with 7-11 record if Manhattan finishes 9-9 or better, Fairfield finishes 8-10 or better, and Monmouth finishes 6-12.

Should Quinnipiac and Fairfield finish tied at 7-11 and Monmouth finishes 8-10 or worse while Manhattan finishes 9-9 or better, Bobcats will earn No. 8 seed as Fairfield would have tiebreaker by virtue of their wins over Niagara and Iona.

Monmouth: Is assured of competing in an opening-round game Thursday, March 1. Can finish no higher than No. 6 seed, and no lower than No. 9 seed. Hawks can clinch No. 6 seed outright with wins Thursday vs. Rider AND Saturday at Fairfield, AND two losses for both Fairfield AND Quinnipiac.

Should Monmouth and Manhattan finish tied at 8-10 while Quinnipiac finishes 9-9 and Fairfield finishes 7-11, Hawks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 6 seed by virtue of their win over Rider on February 22.

Should Monmouth, Manhattan and Quinnipiac finish tied at 8-10 while Fairfield finishes 7-11, Hawks will earn No. 6 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-0, followed by Monmouth at 1-2 and Manhattan at 1-3.

Should Monmouth and Fairfield finish tied at 8-10 while Quinnipiac finishes 7-11, Hawks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 6 seed by virtue of their win over Iona, IF Iona finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings. If Niagara finishes ahead of Iona in final standings, Fairfield will have tiebreaker and Hawks will earn No. 7 seed.

Should Monmouth, Fairfield, Manhattan and Quinnipiac finish tied at 8-10, Hawks will earn No. 7 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 4-1, followed by Manhattan at 3-3, Monmouth at 2-3 and Fairfield at 2-4.

Should Monmouth, Fairfield and Manhattan finish tied at 8-10 while Quinnipiac finishes 9-9, Hawks will earn No. 7 seed as Manhattan will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Monmouth at 2-2 and Fairfield at 1-3.

Monmouth can also earn No. 7 seed outright with an 8-10 record if Manhattan and Quinnipiac both finish 9-9 while Fairfield finishes 7-11.

Should Fairfield and Monmouth finish tied at 7-11 while Quinnipiac finishes 8-10, Hawks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 7 seed by virtue of their win over Iona, IF Iona finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings. If Niagara finishes ahead of Iona in final standings, Fairfield will have tiebreaker and Hawks will earn No. 8 seed.

Should Monmouth, Fairfield and Quinnipiac finish tied at 8-10 or 7-11 while Manhattan finishes 9-9 or better, Hawks will earn No. 8 seed as Quinnipiac will have best head-to-head record among the group at 2-1, followed by Fairfield at 2-2 and Monmouth at 1-2.

Monmouth can also earn No. 8 seed outright with a win in either of its final two games if Fairfield, Manhattan and Quinnipiac all finish 9-9, OR with a 7-11 record if Fairfield and Quinnipiac win either of their final two games.

Should Monmouth and Marist finish tied at 6-12 while Saint Peter's and Siena finish 5-13 or worse, Hawks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 8 seed by virtue of their 91-78 win over Marist on January 27.

Should Monmouth and Siena finish tied at 6-12 while Marist and Saint Peter's finish 5-13 or worse, Hawks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 8 seed by virtue of their regular-season sweep of Siena.

Should Monmouth, Marist and Saint Peter's finish tied at 6-12 while Siena finishes 5-13 or worse, Hawks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 8 seed with best head-to-head record among the group at 2-1, followed by Saint Peter's at 2-2 and Marist at 1-2.

Should Monmouth, Marist and Siena finish tied at 6-12 while Saint Peter's finishes 5-13 or worse, Hawks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 8 seed with best head-to-head record among the group at 3-0, followed by Marist at 1-2 and Siena at 1-3.

Should Monmouth and Saint Peter's finish tied at 6-12 while Marist and Siena finish 5-13 or worse, Hawks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 8 seed by virtue of their win over Iona, IF Iona finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings. If Niagara finishes ahead of Iona in final standings, Saint Peter's will have tiebreaker and Hawks will earn No. 9 seed.

Siena: Is assured of competing in an opening-round game Thursday, March 1. Can finish as either No. 9, 10, or 11 seed.

Should Monmouth and Siena finish tied at 6-12 while Marist and Saint Peter's finish 5-13 or worse, Hawks will have tiebreaker by virtue of their regular-season sweep of Siena, and Saints will earn No. 9 seed.

Should Siena, Marist and Saint Peter's finish tied at 5-13 and Siena defeats Saint Peter's on February 25, Saints will have tiebreaker and earn No. 9 seed with best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Marist at 2-2 and Saint Peter's at 1-3.

Siena can also earn No. 9 seed outright by winning BOTH of its final two games while Monmouth wins either of its final two games and Marist loses either of its final two games, OR by winning either of its final two games AND Marist and Saint Peter's losing BOTH of their final two games.

Should Siena and Marist finish tied at 6-12 or 5-13 while Saint Peter's finishes 4-14, Saints will have tiebreaker and earn No. 9 seed by virtue of their 65-62 win over Canisius on January 7.

Should Siena and Saint Peter's finish tied at 5-13 and Saint Peter's defeats Siena on February 25 while Marist finishes 4-14, Saints will have tiebreaker and earn No. 9 seed by virtue of their 65-62 win over Canisius on January 7, IF Canisius finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings. If Niagara finishes ahead of Canisius in final standings, Saint Peter's would have tiebreaker by virtue of their 58-52 win over Niagara on February 2, and Saints would earn No. 10 seed.

Should Siena, Marist and Saint Peter's finish tied at 5-13 and Saint Peter's defeats Siena on February 25, Saints will have tiebreaker and earn No. 9 seed by virtue of their 65-62 win over Canisius on January 7, IF Canisius finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings. If Niagara finishes ahead of Canisius in final standings, Saint Peter's would have tiebreaker by virtue of their 58-52 win over Niagara on February 2, and Saints would earn No. 10 seed by virtue of their win over Canisius. This tiebreaker is defined by Article 3, Section C of the official Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference basketball tiebreaker policy.

Should Siena, Marist and Monmouth finish tied at 6-12 while Saint Peter's finishes 5-13 or worse, Saints will earn No. 10 seed as Monmouth will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-0, followed by Marist at 1-2 and Siena at 1-3.

Siena can also earn No. 10 seed outright by finishing 5-13 while Marist or Saint Peter's finishes either 6-12 or 4-14.

Should Siena and Marist finish tied at 5-13 or 4-14 while Saint Peter's finishes 6-12, Saints will have tiebreaker and earn No. 10 seed by virtue of their 65-62 win over Canisius on January 7.

Siena can earn No. 11 seed outright with losses in BOTH of its final two games while Marist and Saint Peter's win either of their final two games.

Marist: Is assured of competing in an opening-round game Thursday, March 1. Can finish as either No. 9, 10, or 11 seed. Can only clinch No. 9 seed with the following scenario:
Wins Friday at Niagara AND Sunday at Canisius, AND losses by Saint Peter's AND Siena in either of their two remaining games.

Should Marist and Monmouth finish tied at 6-12 while Saint Peter's and Siena finish 5-13 or worse, Red Foxes will earn No. 9 seed by virtue of Monmouth's 91-78 win over Marist on January 27.

Should Marist, Monmouth and Siena finish tied at 6-12, Red Foxes will earn No. 9 seed as Monmouth will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-0, followed by Marist at 1-2 and Siena at 1-3.

Should Marist, Monmouth and Saint Peter's finish tied at 6-12 while Siena finishes 5-13 or worse, Red Foxes will earn No. 10 seed as Monmouth will have best head-to-head record among the group at 2-1, followed by Saint Peter's at 2-2 and Marist at 1-2.

Should Marist and Siena finish tied at 6-12 or 5-13 while Saint Peter's finishes 4-14, Red Foxes will earn No. 10 seed by virtue of Siena's 65-62 win over Canisius on January 7.

Should Marist, Saint Peter's and Siena finish tied at 5-13 and Siena defeats Saint Peter's on February 25, Red Foxes will earn No. 10 seed as Siena will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Marist at 2-2 and Saint Peter's at 1-3.

Marist can also earn No. 10 seed outright by finishing 5-13 while Saint Peter's or Siena finishes either 6-12 or 4-14.

Should Marist, Saint Peter's and Siena finish tied at 5-13 and Saint Peter's defeats Siena on February 25, Red Foxes will earn No. 11 seed as both Saint Peter's and Siena will have wins against common opponents higher in final standings than Marist. This tiebreaker comes into play since each team will have a head-to-head group record of 2-2 in this scenario.

Should Marist and Saint Peter's finish tied at 5-13 or 4-14 while Siena finishes 6-12 or 5-13, Red Foxes will earn No. 11 seed by virtue of Saint Peter's 58-52 win over Niagara on February 2.

Should Marist and Siena finish tied at 5-13 or 4-14 while Saint Peter's finishes 6-12 or 5-13, Red Foxes will earn No. 11 seed by virtue of Siena's 65-62 win over Canisius on January 7.

Marist can earn No. 11 seed outright with losses in BOTH of its final two games while Saint Peter's and Siena win either of their final two games.

Saint Peter's: Is assured of competing in an opening-round game Thursday, March 1. Can finish as either No. 8, 9, 10, or 11 seed.

Should Monmouth and Saint Peter's finish tied at 6-12 while Marist and Siena finish 5-13 or worse, Peacocks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 8 seed by virtue of their win over Niagara, IF Niagara finishes ahead of Iona in final standings. If Iona finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings, Monmouth will have tiebreaker and Peacocks will earn No. 9 seed.

Should Saint Peter's, Marist and Monmouth finish tied at 6-12 while Siena finishes 5-13 or worse, Peacocks will earn No. 9 seed as Monmouth will have best head-to-head record among the group at 2-1, followed by Saint Peter's at 2-2 and Marist at 1-2.

Saint Peter's can also clinch No. 9 seed outright with wins in BOTH of their final two games, AND a Marist loss in either of its final two games, OR with a win in either of its final two games AND Marist and Siena losses in BOTH of their final two games.

Should Saint Peter's, Marist and Siena finish tied at 5-13 and Saint Peter's defeats Siena on February 25, Peacocks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 9 seed by virtue of their 58-52 win over Niagara on February 2, IF Niagara finishes ahead of Canisius in final standings. If Canisius finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings, Siena would have tiebreaker by virtue of their 65-62 win over Canisius on January 7, and Peacocks would earn No. 10 seed by virtue of their win over Niagara. This tiebreaker is defined by Article 3, Section C of the official Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference basketball tiebreaker policy.

Should Saint Peter's and Siena finish tied at 5-13 and Saint Peter's defeats Siena on February 25 while Marist finishes 4-14, Peacocks will have tiebreaker and earn No. 9 seed by virtue of their 58-52 win over Niagara on February 2, IF Niagara finishes ahead of Canisius in final standings. If Canisius finishes ahead of Niagara in final standings, Siena would have tiebreaker by virtue of their 65-62 win over Canisius on January 7, and Peacocks would earn No. 10 seed.

Saint Peter's can also earn No. 10 seed outright by finishing 5-13 while Marist or Siena finishes either 6-12 or 4-14.

Should Saint Peter's, Marist and Siena finish tied at 5-13 and Siena defeats Saint Peter's on February 25, Peacocks will earn No. 11 seed as Siena will have best head-to-head record among the group at 3-1, followed by Marist at 2-2 and Saint Peter's at 1-3.

Saint Peter's can earn No. 11 seed outright with losses in BOTH of its final two games while Marist and Siena win either of their final two games.

These tiebreaker scenarios will be updated frequently, both on this site and on Twitter (@DalyDoseOfHoops) in the days leading up to the opening-round games on Thursday, March 1.

Scoring Leaders
1) Tyler Nelson, Fairfield (21.9 PPG)
2) Kahlil Dukes, Niagara (20.8)

3) Matt Scott, Niagara (19.5)
4) Cameron Young, Quinnipiac (17.9)
5) Brian Parker, Marist (17.2)
6) Jermaine Crumpton, Canisius (17.1)
7) Isaiah Reese, Canisius (16.4)
8) Dimencio Vaughn, Rider (15.8)
9) Rich Williams, Manhattan (14.4)
10) Jordan Allen, Rider (13.6)

Rebounding Leaders
1) Marvin Prochet, Niagara (7.7 RPG)
2) TK Edogi, Iona (7.4)
3) Matt Scott, Niagara (7.4)
4) Frederick Scott, Rider (6.8)
5) Zane Waterman, Manhattan (6.8)
6) Pauly Paulicap, Manhattan (6.6)
7) Dimencio Vaughn, Rider (6.6)
8) Tyere Marshall, Rider (6.4)
9) Cameron Young, Quinnipiac (6.3)
10) Austin Tilghman, Monmouth (6.1)

Assist Leaders
1) Stevie Jordan, Rider (6.0 APG)
2) Rickey McGill, Iona (5.6)

3) Austin Tilghman, Monmouth (5.5)
4) Rich Kelly, Quinnipiac (4.8)
5) Isaiah Reese, Canisius (4.7)
6) Malik Johnson, Canisius (4.5)
7) Zavier Turner, Manhattan (3.8)
8) Brian Parker, Marist (3.4)
9) Kahlil Dukes, Niagara (3.3)
10) Tyler Nelson, Fairfield (3.3)

Field Goal Percentage Leaders
1) Jonathan Kasibabu, Fairfield (.667)
2) TK Edogi, Iona (.569)
3) Pauly Paulicap, Manhattan (.566)
4) Roland Griffin, Iona (.532)
5) Chaise Daniels, Quinnipiac (.532)
6) Frederick Scott, Rider (.517)
7) Dimencio Vaughn, Rider (.511)
8) Tyere Marshall, Rider (.504)
9) Jermaine Crumpton, Canisius (.487)
10) E.J. Crawford, Iona (.477)

Free Throw Percentage Leaders
1) Kahlil Dukes, Niagara (.904)
2) Tyler Nelson, Fairfield (.877)
3) Isaiah Reese, Canisius (.877)
4) Roman Penn, Siena (.833)
5) Zavier Turner, Manhattan (.811)
6) Jermaine Crumpton, Canisius (.808)
7) Isaiah Lamb, Marist (.779)
8) James Towns, Niagara (.779)
9) Rich Kelly, Quinnipiac (.778)
10) Cameron Young, Quinnipiac (.771)
11) Quinn Taylor, Saint Peter's (.767)

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Leaders
1) Louie Pillari, Monmouth (.454)
2) Khalil Richard, Siena (.453)
3) Jacob Rigoni, Quinnipiac (.452)
4) Schadrac Casimir, Iona (.446)
5) Rich Williams, Manhattan (.442)
T-6) Spencer Foley, Canisius (.432)
T-6) Zavier Turner, Manhattan (.432)
8) Kahlil Dukes, Niagara (.423)
9) Jan Svandrlik, Iona (.420)
10) Jonathan Sanks, Canisius (.413)

Steal Leaders
1) Isaiah Reese, Canisius (2.3 SPG)
2) Dimencio Vaughn, Rider (1.8)

3) Stevie Jordan, Rider (1.6)
4) Jesus Cruz, Fairfield (1.6)
5) Elijah Gonzales, Saint Peter's (1.5)

Blocked Shot Leaders
1) Pauly Paulicap, Manhattan (2.6 BPG)
2) Dominic Robb, Niagara (1.4)

3) TK Edogi, Iona (1.2)
4) Sam Idowu, Saint Peter's (1.1)
5) Jonathan Kasibabu, Fairfield (1.1)

Power Rankings
1) Rider (21-7, 14-2 MAAC)
Last Week:
 1

Last Game: Sunday 2/18 vs. Canisius (W 83-82)
Next Game: Thursday 2/22 at Monmouth, 7 p.m.

2) Canisius (19-10, 13-3 MAAC)
Last Week:
 2

Last Game: Sunday 2/18 at Rider (L 83-82)
Next Game: Wednesday 2/21 at Niagara, 7 p.m.

3) Niagara (18-11, 11-5 MAAC)
Last Week:
 3

Last Game: Sunday 2/18 at Manhattan (L 82-72)
Next Game: Wednesday 2/21 vs. Canisius, 7 p.m.

4) Iona (16-12, 10-6 MAAC)
Last Week:
 4

Last Game: Friday 2/16 vs. Niagara (L 85-84)
Next Game: Friday 2/23 vs. Manhattan, 9 p.m.

5) Manhattan (13-15, 8-8 MAAC)
Last Week: 5
Last Game: Sunday 2/18 vs. Niagara (W 82-72)
Next Game: Friday 2/23 at Iona, 9 p.m.

6) Fairfield (12-15, 7-9 MAAC)
Last Week:
 6

Last Game: Saturday 2/17 vs. Quinnipiac (W 102-98)
Next Game: Wednesday 2/21 at Siena, 7 p.m.

7) Quinnipiac (10-18, 7-9 MAAC)
Last Week:
 7

Last Game: Saturday 2/17 at Fairfield (L 102-98)
Next Game: Friday 2/23 vs. Saint Peter's, 7 p.m.

8) Monmouth (10-18, 6-10 MAAC)
Last Week:
 8

Last Game: Sunday 2/18 at Siena (W 93-89)
Next Game: Thursday 2/22 vs. Rider, 7 p.m.

9) Siena (8-21, 4-12 MAAC)
Last Week:
 11

Last Game: Sunday 2/18 vs. Monmouth (L 93-89)
Next Game: Wednesday 2/21 vs. Fairfield, 7 p.m.

10) Marist (6-22, 4-12 MAAC)
Last Week:
 10

Last Game: Saturday 2/17 vs. Saint Peter's (W 69-51)
Next Game: Friday 2/23 at Niagara, 7 p.m.

11) Saint Peter's (10-17, 4-12 MAAC)
Last Week:
 9

Last Game: Saturday 2/17 at Marist (L 69-51)
Next Game: Friday 2/23 at Quinnipiac, 7 p.m.

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