HAMDEN, Conn. -- Kevin Marfo had 12 points, 12 rebounds, and a late block to lead Quinnipiac to a 66-64 win over Canisius on Friday night.
Aaron Falzon went 1 of 2 at the free-throw line with 13.4 seconds to give Quinnipiac a 66-64 lead, Scott Hitchon drove the lane for a potential game-tying layup, but it blocked by Marfo. Hitchon got it back before missing a baseline jumper.
Rich Kelly had 17 points for Quinnipiac (12-13, 7-8 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference), which ended its five-game losing streak. Falzon added 16 points, and Jacob Rigoni had seven rebounds. Tyrese Williams, the Bobcats' second leading scorer heading into the matchup at 11 points per game, was held to two points.
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