PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) -- Kyle Koncz scored a game-high 18 points
to lead Princeton to a 59-50 win over Wyoming on Saturday night.
Luke Owings came off the bench to add 17 points for Princeton
(2-4), which was in control for most of the game before allowing
Wyoming (4-4) to rally late in the second half.
Princeton had led by as much as 17 points, but Kevin Lewis'
basket with 3:40 cut the lead to 48-47. However, Koncz hit a
3-pointer just before the shot clock expired on Princeton's next
possession and later added another to ice the win for Princeton.
Steve Leven led Wyoming with 15 points, while Lewis added 13.
Justin Williams -- the nation's leading shot blocker -- finished with
eight blocks for the Cowboys, who had trouble dealing with Tigers'
patient, clock-consuming offense.