Spencer scores 26 to carry Loyola past Bucknell 71-67
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BALTIMORE (AP) Cam Spencer had 26 points as Loyola (Maryland) edged past Bucknell 71-67 on Monday night.
Spencer twice gave Loyola a four-point lead in the final 80 seconds - first with a jumper with 1:18 remaining, then with a pair of free throws with three seconds left - as the Greyhounds held on to win.
Jaylin Andrews had 19 points for Loyola (9-6, 3-1 Patriot League), which earned its sixth consecutive home victory. Alonso Faure added seven rebounds.
Andrew Funk had 21 points for the Bison (3-13, 0-4), who have now lost five straight games. Jake van der Heijden added 11 points. Alex Timmerman had 10 points.
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Updated January 10, 2022