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Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament
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Site: Times Union Center (15,229) -- Albany, New York
Dates: Thursday, March 5th through Monday, March 9th
Annual: 34th
Defending Champion: Manhattan def. Iona, 71-68
Television: ESPN3 (Quarterfinals, Semifinals), ESPN2 (Championship)
 
Thursday, March 5th - First Round
Siena 71, (9) Niagara (8-22) 54
Saint Peter's 63, (10) Fairfield (7-24) 33
Marist 80, (6) Quinnipiac (15-15) 74
 
Saturday, March 7th - Quarterfinal Round
Iona 74, (8) Siena (11-20) 71
Monmouth 60, (5) Canisius (16-14) 54
Saint Peter's 68, (2) Rider (21-11) 59
Manhattan 74, (11) Marist (7-25) 58
 
Sunday, March 8th - Semifinal Round
Iona 95, (4) Monmouth (18-15) 77
Manhattan 65, (7) Saint Peter's (16-18) 48
 
Monday, March 9th - Championship Game
(3) Manhattan (19-13) 79, (1) Iona (26-8) 69
 
Tournament Titles and Records
 SchoolTitlesLast Tourney Record  
 Iona82013 42-25  
 Siena52010 34-20  
 Manhattan42014 23-29  
 Saint Peter's32011 29-31  
 Fairfield31997 27-31  
 Niagara22007 23-23  
 Canisius11996 23-24  
 Rider0 13-17  
 Marist0 10-17  
 Quinnipiac0 0-1  
 Monmouth0 0-2  
 
Past MAAC Tournament Winners, Results and Most Valuable Players
2015Manhattan def. Iona, 79-69 (Ashton Pankey)
2014Manhattan def. Iona, 71-68 (George Beamon)
2013Iona def. Manhattan, 60-57 (Lamont Jones)
2012Loyola-Maryland def. Fairfield, 48-44 (Erik Etherly)
2011Saint Peter's def. Iona, 62-57 (Jeron Belin)
2010Siena def. Fairfield, 72-65 (OT) (Alex Franklin)
2009Siena def. Niagara, 77-70 (Kenny Hasbrouck)
2008Siena def. Rider, 74-53 (Kenny Hasbrouck)
2007Niagara def. Siena, 83-79 (Tyrone Lewis)
2006Iona def. St. Peter's, 80-61 (Steve Burtt)
2005Niagara def. Rider, 81-59 (Juan Mendez)
2004Manhattan def. Niagara, 62-61 (Luis Flores)
2003Manhattan def. Fairfield, 69-54 (Luis Flores)
2002Siena def. Niagara, 92-77 (Dwayne Archbold)
2001Iona def. Canisius, 74-67 (Nakiea Miller)
2000Iona def. Siena, 84-80 (Dyree Wilson)
1999Siena def. St. Peter's, 82-67 (Marcus Faison)
1998Iona def. Siena, 90-75 (John McDonald)
1997Fairfield def. Canisius, 78-72 (Greg Francis)
1996Canisius def. Fairfield, 52-46 (Michael Meeks)
1995St. Peter's def. Manhattan, 80-78 (OT) (Randy Holmes)
1994Loyola-MD def. Manhattan, 80-75 (Tracy Bergan)
1993Manhattan def. Niagara, 68-67 (Keith Bullock)
1992La Salle def. Manhattan, 79-78 (Randy Woods)
1991St. Peter's def. Iona, 64-58 (Marvin Andrews)
1990La Salle def. Fordham, 71-61 (Lionel Simmons)
1989La Salle def. St. Peter's, 71-58 (Lionel Simmons)
1988La Salle def. Fordham, 79-70 (Rich Tarr)
1987Fairfield def. Iona, 73-70 (OT) (Kevin Houston)
1986Fairfield def. Holy Cross, 67-64 (Jim McCaffrey)
1985Iona def. Fordham, 57-54 (Tony Hargraves)
1984Iona def. Fordham, 72-61 (Steve Burtt)
1983Fordham def. Iona, 54-53 (Mark Murphy)
1982Iona def. St. Peter's, 66-61 (OT) (Rory Grimes)
 
NOTES:
Winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. All times Eastern. The championship will be held at the Times union Center in Albany, New York. The top five seeds receive byes into the quarterfinals. Last year, Manhattan won its fourth title with a 71-68 win over Iona in the championship. Manhattan was the second seed, while Iona was the top seed. Manhattan lost to Louisville, 71-64, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Manhattan and Iona have played each other in the championship the last two seasons, with each school winning once. Siena's 21-point win over Vanderbilt in the first round of the 2008 NCAA Tournament was the largest winning margin by a MAAC team in an NCAA Tournament game. Siena's three straight MAAC regular season and tournament championships from 2008-10 made them just the second team to accomplish that feat. LaSalle pulled it off from 1988-90. Siena's Kenny Hasbrouck (2008-09), Manhattan's Luis Flores (2003-04) and La Salle's Lionel Simmons (1989-90) are the only players who have won two tournament MVP awards. La Salle won the MAAC tournament four times (1988-90, 92) and Loyola-Maryland twice (1994, 2012) when they were members of the conference. Fordham won the tournament once (1983) when it was a member.

03/10 06:36:44 ET

As of March 10, 2015, at 06:37 AM ET