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4-14, 8th in MAAC

Freshmen lead Manhattan past Saint Peter's 58-56

Freshman Samir Stewart buried a 3-pointer with three seconds remaining for his only points of the game, freshman Warren Williams scored 15 and hit a pair of big shots down the stretch and Manhattan rallied past Saint Peter's 58-56 on Thursday night.

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2017 MAAC basketball tournament: Bracket and schedule

The MAAC tournament will run from Thursday through Monday in Albany. Check out the conference tournament bracket, and check back for updates as title games from each conference go final.

Drain a half-court shot and get proposed to... what a night! (0:25)
Manhattan's Ismail gets block revenge (0:16)
Winthrop's Okeke finishes with big two-handed slam (0:12)

Picks: College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon

Manhattan is promoting Tuesday's game against Winthrop (8:45 a.m., ESPN2) as #JavaWithTheJaspers, providing free coffee for fans attending. The team will need to make sure it's awake and focused against Winthrop's Xavier Cooks. Tip-Off predictions


Crossover leaves defender on the ground

And Manhattan's Rich Williams finished off the ankle breaker with a swish.

Postgame Interview with Iona, A.J. English. (3:43)

Put it up so Williams can put it down

Manhattan's Rich Williams jumped to snag a one-handed alley-oop, giving him 26 points with plenty of time to play vs. Iona. (Live on ESPNU)

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Manhattan's Lawrence to miss half of season

Manhattan forward Jermaine Lawrence will have to sit half of the season, two months after being told by the school that he would be penalized just one exhibition game for a failed drug test.

Manhattan forward must miss half season

Jermaine Lawrence, a highly touted recruit coming out of high school, has been informed he will have to sit half the season, two months after being told by the school that he would be penalized just one exhibition game for a failed drug test, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman. Story

ICYMI: Hampton gets set to face Kentucky

Quinton Chievous had 15 points and 13 rebounds in the Pirates' 74-64 win over Manhattan in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. Chievous left the game late with an apparent ankle injury; Hampton will need him at full-strength against the Wildcats.


Hampton moves on to face Kentucky

In the first game of the NCAA Tournament, the Hampton Pirates emerged victorious over the Manhattan Jaspers 74-64. The Pirates await injury updates on Quinton Chievous and Dwight Meikle and will take on Kentucky on Thursday. Hampton had lost its last 4 NCAA tourney games. Box score

Okoroba puts Hampton on his back

Emmanuel Okoroba has 6 quick points late in the second half to give the Pirates a 10-point advantage over Manhattan in their First Four bout with 90 seconds left in regulation. Hampton is looking to get to .500 on the season and face Kentucky on Thursday. Follow live

First Four fact: turnovers the key

Manhattan forces a turnover on 24 percent of opponents' possessions, which is ninth best in the nation. The Jaspers have been pestering Hampton late in the second half and trail by 4. Follow live

Hampton in the zone vs. Manhattan

Hampton is shooting 14-for-24 against Manhattan's zone; they are shooting 8 of 21 against transition and man defense. The Pirates still lead with the Jaspers hanging tough late in the second half. Follow live

Quinton Chievous comes up limping

After rolling his ankle, Chievous and the Pirates needed a timeout. But he stayed in the game and got a bucket at the rim when play resumed to help Hampton stay just ahead of Manhattan in the second half of their First Four contest. Follow live

Back and forth in the First Four

Manhattan has chipped a couple points off of Hampton's second half lead with a frantic pace to start the period, but a hard foul by Jervon Pressley has brought things to a screeching halt. Follow live

Manhattan's bench keeping it close

The Jaspers have managed to stay within 7 points against Hampton at the half on the strength of 12 points combined off the pine from Zane Waterman and Calvin Crawford. Manhattan is 6-for-12 from the free throw line tonight, where they scored 25% of their points on the season. Follow live

Hampton stays in control in First Four

With Manhattan struggling offensively, Hampton has opened up a double-digit lead late in the first half. The winner of this game gets the honor of taking on Kentucky in the next round. The Pirates have lost their last 4 NCAA Tournament games. Follow live

Team Stats

Points Per Game57.0
Rebounds Per Game31.5
Assists Per Game11.4
Points Allowed65.6Tied-40th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record3-9
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances8