GREENSBURG, Pa. — The Seton Hill Griffins scored five straight points to break a 53-53 tie in the waning minutes of Saturday’s game against the West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats and hung for a 60-56 win.
Though the Bobcats trailed 32-30 at halftime Saturday and played from behind for most of the second half, they kept the Griffins lead to eight points or fewer and hung around long enough to tie the game with 4:25 remaining on three straight points from Chris Dewberry.
Seton Hill held the Bobcats without a field goal over the next four minutes though, with Malachi Leonard breaking the tie on a layup for the last two of his 11 points and David Windsor scoring their final bucket with 45 seconds left, capping a game-high 17-point performance.
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