Towson rallies to beat Loyola (Md.) 85-69
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TOWSON, Md. (AP) Brian Fobbs scored a career-high 25, Tobias Howard added 23, and Towson rallied from a first-half deficit to beat Loyola (Md.) 85-69 on Sunday night.
Towson closed the game on a 14-3 run in final 2:07 capped by Fobbs' 3-pointer with 8 seconds left in the game.
The Tigers (2-4) turned a seven-point deficit into a seven-point lead with a 16-2 run capped at 60-53 on Fobbs' 3-pointer with 8:42 to go. Fobbs scored 11 during that stretch and Towson never trailed again. Loyola had a 6-1 run to cut the deficit to 61-59, but the Greyhounds (2-5) got no closer in the final eight minutes.
The Greyhounds had their largest lead at 39-32 on Andrew Kostecka's 3-pointer late in the first half and led 41-36 at halftime.
Nakye Sanders added 14 points and nine rebounds for the Tigers.
Kostecka scored a career-high 30 and Chuck Champion added 16 for the Greyhounds.
Updated November 25, 2018