McKillop lifts Davidson over UNC Greensboro 60-56
DAVIDSON, N.C. (AP)—Brendan McKillop’s 3-pointer broke a tie with 27.7 seconds left and Davidson held off North Carolina-Greensboro 60-56 on Wednesday night.
The Wildcats (15-14, 10-7 Southern Conference) led 56-52 with 3:29 left after another McKillop 3-pointer. The Spartans (6-22, 5-12) cut it to 56-54 on a basket by Kendall Toney, then tied it with 56 seconds left after a steal and layup by Kyle Randall.
UNC Greensboro led by seven points, 46-39, with 11:19 left in the second half after an 18-5 run that included seven points by Randall.
Toney scored 16 points, Randall 15 and Brian Cole 14 to lead the Spartans on a night when Ben Stywall was plagued by foul trouble. Stywall, who was averaging 14.4 points and 10.6 rebounds, was held to one point and three rebounds in 18 minutes.
J.P. Kuhlman scored 14 points and Jake Cohen 13 for Davidson, which hit 11 3-point baskets and nine 2-pointers.