CSU Bakersfield uses late run to top Seattle 64-57
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) — Justin Davis scored 21 points and Ricky Holden added 19 and CSU Bakersfield used a late 11-3 run to beat Seattle 64-57 on Saturday night.
Holden’s 3-pointer put the Roadrunners ahead for good, 54-53, with 2:17 to play. After a Seattle miss, with the shot clock winding down, Davis stepped back hoping to draw contact from his defender. The Seattle player closed out, avoided contact and forced Davis to throw a one-handed, 25-foot shot that was all net. Following Jordan Hill’s jump shot, Holden buried another 3 to make it 60-55 with 50 seconds to go.
Damiyne Durham scored 15 points for CSU Bakersfield (12-16, 8-5 Western Athletic) and Brent Wrapp grabbed 11 rebounds and passed out seven assists.
Matej Kavas, Aaron Menzies and Morgan Means each scored 13 scored for Seattle and Hill scored 12.
The teams combined to miss 18 free throws, the Roadrunners were 13 of 23 and Seattle 8 of 16 from the line.