In Visual Form: Marist’s First Round Loss to Quinnipiac

Marist men’s basketball suffered a crushing 77-52 loss at the hands of 11-seed Quinnipiac on Tuesday night in Atlantic City. The Red Foxes haven’t won a game in the MAAC Tournament since 2015 and are 0-4 under head coach John Dunne.

Here are some of Center Field’s best photos from the night.

Marist’s Victor Enoh and Quinnipiac’s Kevin Marfo go for the opening tip.
Marfo and Jordan Jones. Two of the league’s best post players.
The Quinnipiac bench celebrating one of Jacob Rigoni’s seven 3-pointers. The Australian dropped 26 on Marist.
Raheim Sullivan (0) and Braden Bell (24) walking off the court after the first half buzzer
Marist head coach John Dunne. This was just one of his many expressions of exasperation on a difficult night.
Jao Ituka (10) deep in his own thoughts during a timeout in the second half. The star freshman was held to eight points in 20 minutes of action.
Jordan Jones (15) in the final minutes. Jones has seemingly been around forever, but never tasted victory in the postseason. He finished the game with 12 points, but needed 13 shots to get there.
The buzzer sounds: Jones walks off the court as John Dunne and Baker Dunleavy shake hands.
Dejected Marist players shaking hands with Dunleavy
Marist SID Mike Ferraro leads Dunne off to an interview.
The one that says it all. Assistant coach Dalip Bhatia comforts Matt Herasme after his final collegiate game.

Photos from Jonathan Kinane

Author: Jonathan Kinane

I'm a senior from Syracuse, NY, studying sports communication and journalism. I consider myself a die-hard Syracuse University sports fan, but I also follow the Knicks, Giants, and Yankees in the professional ranks. Sports and writing have long been my passions and I am excited for another year with Center Field.

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