Merrimack Men’s Basketball Stays in First Place After Double-Overtime Win Against FDU

On Thursday the Warriors defeated defending NEC champs Fairleigh Dickinson 74-71. This win means the Merrimack Men’s Basketball team, in its first year as a Division I program, stays in first place in the Northeast Conference. 

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