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Iona Gaels (17-15)


Fri. 3/1 Fri. 3/8 Sun. 3/10 Mon. 3/11 Fri. 3/22
@ Rider 
W 86-79
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vs. StPete 
W 73-71
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@ Siena 
W 73-57
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vs. Monm 
W 81-60
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@ UNC 
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Iona tops Monmouth 81-60 for 4th straight MAAC title

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Coach Tim Cluess has set the bar pretty high at Iona. It's what he's used to doing.

Asante Gist had 22 points, Tajuan Agee added 18 and top-seeded Iona defeated Monmouth 81-60 on Monday night to win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title for the fourth straight time.

Iona (17-15) is the first men's team to win four straight league titles.

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Leaders
Points: E. Crawford17.9
Rebounds: T. Agee8.1
Assists: R. McGill5.0
FG%: E. Crawford50.9%
FT%: E. Crawford81.8%
3P%: B. Perez40.3%
Steals: R. McGill2.3
Blocks: N. Nikolic0.9
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke29-5
2 Virginia29-3
3 North Carolina27-6
4 Gonzaga30-3
5 Michigan State28-6
6 Tennessee29-5
7 Kentucky27-6
8 Michigan28-6
9 Texas Tech26-6
10 Florida State27-7
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke29-5
2 Virginia29-3
3 Gonzaga30-3
4 North Carolina27-6
5 Tennessee29-5
6 Michigan State28-6
7 Kentucky27-6
8 Michigan28-6
9 Houston31-3
10 Texas Tech26-6
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Metro Atlantic Athletic Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Iona 12-6 17-15
Quinnipiac 11-7 16-14
Rider 11-7 16-15
Siena 11-7 17-16
Canisius 11-7 15-17
Monmouth 10-8 14-21
Manhattan 8-10 11-21
Marist 7-11 12-19
Niagara 6-12 13-19
Saint Peter's 6-12 10-22
Fairfield 6-12 9-22
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 76.8 (71)
Rebounds: 8.8 (267)
Assists: 13.2 (192)
FG%: 45.3% (124)
FT%: 74.1% (65)
3P%: 35.1% (136)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 75.6 (282)
Rebounds: 25.6 (146)
Assists: 15.1 (317)
FG%: 44.5% (230)
FT%: 68.3% (71)
3P%: 36.8% (317)
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