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Metro Hoops poll: Manhattan 1, Stony Brook 3rd

Stony Brook's Scott King (3) launches a three-pointer

Stony Brook's Scott King (3) launches a three-pointer in the first half of a game against Haverford. (Dec. 10, 2013) (Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan)

Nothing changed among the top four in the Metro Hoops poll as Manhattan maintained its hold on the top spot after a stunning comeback win against Buffalo. St. John’s and Stony Brook each won two in a row and stayed at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively, while Princeton split last week, but stayed at fourth.

Seton Hall is up two spots to fifth, while Quinnipiac held at No. 6. Columbia is jumped two places to seventh and Fordham stayed at eighth. Iona dropped four places to ninth and St. Francis is back in the poll at 10th after a brief hiatus.

1. Manhattan (9-2)
2. St. John’s (8-3)
3. Stony Brook (9-4)
4. Princeton (9-2)
5. Seton Hall (7-4)
6. Quinnipiac (6-4)
7. Columbia (7-5)
8. Fordham (6-4)
9. Iona (5-5)
10. St. Francis (7-5)

Area Teams
Army, Columbia, Fairfield, FDU, Fordham, Hofstra, Iona, LIU-Brooklyn, Manhattan, Marist, Monmouth, NJIT, Princeton, Quinnipiac, Rider, Rutgers, Sacred Heart, Seton Hall, St. Francis NY, St. John’s, St. Peter’s, Stony Brook, Wagner.
 

Tags: Army , Columbia , Fairfield , FDU , Fordham , Hofstra , Iona , LIU-Brooklyn , Manhattan , Marist , Monmouth , NJIT , Princeton , Quinnipiac , Rider , Rutgers , Sacred Heart , Seton Hall , St. Francis NY , St. John’s , St. Peter’s , Stony Brook , Wagner.

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