KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) -- Delbert Love scored 18 points and Kennesaw State used a second-half rally to take down Northern Kentucky 69-67 Friday night.
With Kennesaw State holding a 68-67 lead in the waning seconds of the game, Myles Hamilton stole the ball at the top of the 3-point arc and nearly dribbled out the clock before being fouled with a second left.
Hamilton hit 1 of 2 free throws before the Norse called a timeout. A full-court heave was off the mark as the Owls held on.
Kennesaw State (5-21, 2-11 Atlantic Sun Conference) erased a 40-30 halftime deficit, using a 13-0 run to take a 65-61 lead with 3:16 left to play.
Orlando Coleman scored 14 and Hamilton added 13 for the Owls.
Daniel Camps scored 16 points to lead Norse (8-18, 4-10). Tyler White added 12, while Jalen Billups had 11 and Jordan Jackson 10.