Hinchton's 3-point play leads Canisius past Monmouth 60-59
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WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. (AP) Scott Hitchon's 3-point play with 58.2 seconds left gave Canisius a 60-59 win over Monmouth on Friday night.
Hitchon scored on a putback and was fouled. After sinking the free throw, Diago Quinn scored to cut the lead to one with 41.1 seconds remaining. Canisius turned the ball over on a shot-clock violation but Quinn missed a turnaround jumper to end the game.
Takal Molson had 15 points and six rebounds for Canisius.
Hitchon had 14 points for Canisius (13-14, 10-5 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference). Jonathan Sanks added 12 points.
Deion Hammond had 14 points for the Hawks (10-19, 9-7). Quinn added 13 points. Mustapha Traore had 10 points and eight rebounds.
The Golden Griffins improve to 2-0 against the Hawks this season. Canisius defeated Monmouth 80-66 on Jan. 24. Canisius takes on Iona on the road on Sunday. Monmouth plays Quinnipiac at home on Sunday.
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Updated February 22, 2019