Hasbrouck leads Siena comeback over Canisius
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)—Kenny Hasbrouck’s 20 points—18 in the second half— lifted Siena in a 78-74 win over Canisius Sunday in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Alex Franklin had 17 points with nine rebounds while Ronald Moore added 16 points with six boards and four assists.
Julius Coles led Canisius with 21 points.
Moore’s layup with 0:24 left gave Siena (23-7, 16-2) a five-point lead, but Greg Logins’ 3-pointer brought Canisius within 76-74 with 15.7 seconds left.
Canisius fouled Moore two seconds later, and he drained both free throws.
Canisius (10-19, 4-14) shot 52.4 percent for the game, 58.6 percent in the first half taking a 40-35 lead.
Siena opened the second half with an 8-2 run to take the lead 43-42 at 18:27. Hasbrouck connected on five of his first six, draining 3-of-4 3-pointers.
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