NIAGARA FALL, N.Y. -- Marcus Hammond had 21 points as Niagara defeated St. Peter's 63-54 on Thursday night.
Hammond made 9 of 11 shots and added six rebounds. Raheem Solomon also had six rebounds for Niagara (10-18, 8-9 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference), which earned its fourth straight home victory.
The Purple Eagles leveled the season series against the Peacocks with the win. St. Peter's defeated Niagara 58-53 on Jan. 26. Niagara plays Iona at home on Saturday. St. Peter's faces Canisius on the road on Saturday.
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