Army comes from behind to beat Loyola (Md) 77-71

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BALTIMORE (AP) - Kyle Wilson scored 19 of his 25 points after halftime - including 9 of 10 free throws - as Army rallied past Loyola (Maryland) late in the second half to win 77-71 Saturday.

The Black Knights (11-10, 7-3 Patriot League) survived a late scare from the Greyhounds (9-12, 4-6). Army was trailing until less than 6 minutes remained when Kevin Ferguson (15 points, five blocks) nailed a pair of free throws to take a 58-57 lead. Wilson added a pair from the line along with a 3-pointer and Army led by as many as 12 in the final 2 minutes, hitting 12 straight free throws at one point and making 20 of 25 in the half.

Jarred Jones and R.J. Williams launched a flurry in the final 45 seconds that pulled the Greyhounds within 72-70 on a Williams 3-pointer

Jones scored 17, Dylon Cormier 14 and Williams 10 for Loyola.

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