Robert Morris finishes comeback in 67-66 win over Towson
TOWSON, Md. (AP) Isaiah Still scored 16 points and Billy Giles' jumper with 1:35 remaining gave Robert Morris the lead for good, completing the Colonials' second-half comeback to beat Towson 67-66 on Saturday night.
Giles' shot put Robert Morris (2-5) on top 62-61 after trailing by 11 with 10:19 to play. Kavon Stewart had a steal then buried a 3 to put the Colonials up 65-61 with 58 seconds remaining.
Mike Morsell's 3 with six seconds left reduced the deficit to a point but Towson (3-3) ran out of time. Down 51-40, Robert Morris scored nine straight punctuated by Giles' dunk with 8:28 left. The Tigers led 29-25 at halftime.
Stewart added 15 points, six assists and five steals and Giles finished with 12 points for Robert Morris. John Davis led Towson with 18 points and 10 rebounds, Morsell scored 15, Deshaun Morman had 14 points and Arnaud William Adala Moto added 10.
Updated November 26, 2016