BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Tuesday proved to be the end of the line for Canisius in the C.I.T., with the Griffs falling 84-83 to Evansville in the quarterfinals.
Junior guard Billy Baron scored a team-high 21 points, joining seniors Harold Washington (13 points) and Alshwan Hymes (14) and junior Chris Manhertz (10) in double figures for the Griffs.
Colt Ryan paced Evansville with 39 points, going 11-for-22 from the floor on the night.
Canisius led for most of the game, but fell behind with 2:30 to go and never recovered.
The Griffs finish the season with a 20-14 record - a 15-win improvement from last season.
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