LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. -- Marquis Wright shot from his hip with less than a second to play to hit the winning basket Tuesday and Siena beat St. Bonaventure 72-70 in a nail-biter.
St. Bonaventure had the ball and a chance to win with 9 seconds to go but turned it over. After a Siena timeout, Wright got the ball, shot from his hip and swished it with two-tenths of a second left.
Siena led 48-38 at the half, but the Bonnies tied it at 70 with 1:16 to play on a free throw by Matthew Wright. Ndoye got a rebound and the chance but lost the ball, setting up the buzzer-beater.
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