William & Mary 57, Towson 50
TOWSON, Md. (AP)—Laimis Kisielius’ 3-pointer broke a 44-all tie with 4:56 left in the game, and William & Mary dealt Towson its 11th straight loss 57-50 Saturday.
Kisielius had 15 points, and his 3-pointer—the Tribe’s first of the game after eight misses—ignited a decisive 9-3 run for William & Mary (7-20, 3-16 Colonial Athletic Association), which had lost eight of nine.
Lawrence Hamm had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Towson (5-22, 2-15 CAA). The Tigers, who have lost 14 of 15, shot 17-for-63 (27 percent) from the field.
Taylor Mokris led the Tribe with 17 points, and Corey Cofield had 11 points and 13 rebounds.
The Tribe shot only 8-for-28 from the field in the first half and didn’t get a field goal until 7:14 into the game. Still, they trailed only 27-25 at halftime.
Kisielius scored eight first-half points. His basket 4:13 before intermission gave William & Mary a 21-20 lead, its first of the game.
But Towson went up 25-22 on a pair of free throws by Sean Raboin, Lafayette Dublin’s baseline jumper and a Lawrence Hamm free throw.