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College men's basketball: Myer, Bulldogs rally past Crookston

Brandon Myer hit the go-ahead jumper with 48 seconds remaining as Minnesota Duluth rallied for a 75-71 victory over Minnesota-Crookston in an NSIC game before 587 at Romano Gym.

Brandon Myer hit the go-ahead jumper with 48 seconds remaining as Minnesota Duluth rallied for a 75-71 victory over Minnesota-Crookston in an NSIC game before 587 at Romano Gym.

Trailing 71-68, sophomore guard Trevor Entwisle hit a 3-pointer to tie the game for UMD, setting up Myer's heroics. After a missed Crookston jumper with 42 seconds remaining, a pair of free throws by UMD sophomore guard Logan Rohrscheib iced it with 11 seconds remaining.

Myer, a 6-foot-7 sophomore forward from Superior, continued his breakout season with 27 points and 12 rebounds. Rohrscheib added 17 and Entwisle chipped in 16 for the Bulldogs (5-8 overall, 2-6 NSIC), who shot 51.6 percent in the second half after a sluggish first half.

Sophomore guard Harrison Cleary led all scorers with 30 points to lead Crookston (8-7, 5-4).

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