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HAMILTON, N.Y. (AP) - Dylan Cox scored 12 points, including a bucket for the lead in the final 21 seconds, as Army defeated Colgate 66-63 Wednesday night.
Down by nine early in the second period, Army went on a 17-4 run to lead 48-46 with 11 minutes to play. Colgate came back to go back up by one with 36 seconds on the clock. On the next Army possession, Cox missed a jumper, grabbed his own rebound, and sank a layup to put the Black Knights up 64-63 with 21 second to play. Wilson was fouled and hit 2 of 2 from the line as time ran out to seal the win for Army.
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