Despite playing without Marquis Wright, the Siena Saints men's basketball team won again on Thursday, topping Fairfield by a score of 91-76 at the Times Union Center.

The Saints had five players in double-figures yet again, as has become the norm. Brett Bisping led the way with 28 points and eight rebounds.

Javion Ogunyemi had 19 points and 11 rebounds as he and Bisping continue to be a dominant 1-2 frontcourt combination.

Nico Clareth had 14 points in Wright's absence and Ryan Oliver had 11. Lavon Long had 10 points and 14 rebounds as well.

With the win, the Saints are now 10-6 and 3-2 in MAAC play. If they can just tread water in Wright's absence, they can be a very dangerous team come MAAC tournament time. And remember, with the tournament in Albany again, the Saints will have a great home-court advantage.

Siena will next play on Jan. 15 at Quinnipiac. The Bobcats lost to UAlbany, who Siena beat in the Albany Cup.