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HOUSTON (AP) Byron Frohnen scored a career-high 21 points on 10-for-12 shooting and UTSA won its second straight in beating Houston Baptist 86-82 on Monday night.
It was tied at halftime at 42 and Houston Baptist emerged after the break with an 11-0 run with Edward Hardt scoring seven. The Roadrunners (2-5) began the climb back and took a 60-59 lead on Keaton Wallace's 3-point play. The lead changed hands on multiple occasions until Jhivann Jackson and Wallace made back-to-back 3s.
Jackson scored 21 points - shooting 11 of 12 from the foul line - and Wallace added 20. Nick Allen grabbed 10 rebounds for UTSA.
For Houston Baptist (2-3), Ian DuBose scored 15 points and for the third time in his career grabbed 10 rebounds. Benjamin Uloko scored 14 points and Hardt 13.
Updated November 26, 2018