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Saints stop Eagles, 66-62

Siena's Lavon Long, makes a pass over Niagara's  Marcus Ware at the Times Union Center in Albany Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Siena's Lavon Long, makes a pass over Niagara's Marcus Ware at the Times Union Center in Albany Thursday.
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The Siena Saints held the leading scorer in the nation well below his average, and pulled out a 66-62 win over Niagara in front of 5,772 at the Times Union Center Thursday night. Freshman Marquis Wright put Siena (6-5, 10-12 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) in control with 10.3 seconds left when he made a layup for a 66-62 lead. The Purple Eagles’ Antoine Mason, averaging 27.4 points per game, scored 18 points and missed a ...


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