KENT, Ohio (AP) — TTravon Baker made two free throws with 5.2 seconds left to lift Northern Illinois to a 50-49 victory over Kent State Wednesday night.
Devareaux Manley made two free throws with 11.2 seconds remaining to put the Golden Flashes (11-9, 2-5 Mid-American) up by a point. But Baker was then fouled attempting a layup.READ MORE: Along With Chicago FOP, Alderman Wants To Repeal COVID Vaccine Mandate
The Huskies (8-11, 2-5) were down 13 points with 12:28 to go before rallying to take a 46-45 lead on Darrell Bowie’s basket with 3:16 left. Mark Henniger’s dunk put KSU back up before Aksel Bolin made two free throws for a 48-47 NIU lead.READ MORE: Great Uncle Of Laquan McDonald Defends Decision To Support Rahm Emanuel For Ambassador Of Japan
Baker scored 11 points, Bolin 14 and Jordan Threloff 10 for the Huskies, who avenged a 73-64 overtime loss to Kent State on NIU’s floor on Jan. 15. The victory also snapped a four-game losing streak.
Darren Goodson had 10 points for KSU, which has lost four straight.MORE NEWS: 2 People Arrested Following Accidentally Shooting Of 2 Officers In Lyons
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