ALBANY, N.Y. -- Adam Kemp scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead Marist to a 76-74 victory over Siena on Friday night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game.
Kemp scored seven times on dunks for the Red Foxes (9-20, 5-12).
Marist went ahead to stay, 72-70, on Jay Bowie's layup with 56 seconds left. The Saints (7-22, 4-13) had two chances to tie it, but Davis Martens missed the back end of a 1-and-1 with 27 seconds left and Evan Hymes missed a 3-pointer with 20 on the clock.
Anosike, the Saints' lone senior, had to leave his final home game with dehydration after his tying three-point play with 3:18 left. He returned briefly at the 54-second mark.
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