William & Mary 72, James Madison 70

HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) -- Nathan Mann's jumper with 3 seconds
left lifted William & Mary over James Madison 72-70 Saturday night.

James Madison (5-18, 2-13 Colonial Athletic Association) took a
34-31 halftime lead and held onto it for about the first 5 minutes
of the second half. After three ties the Dukes regained the lead
off back-to-back 3-pointers by Daniel Freeman and Ray Barbosa that
gave James Madison a 52-46 lead with 12:08 remaining. The Dukes
went ahead by 11, but William & Mary caught up, tying it at 68 with
1:19 to go.

Freeman's jumper put the Dukes up again, but Taylor Mokira tied
it with a jumper of his own with 37 seconds left. Three timeouts
later, Mann hit his jumper for the win.

William & Mary (8-15, 3-11) led by as many as six in the first
half before James Madison took the lead, 19-18, off Kyle Swanston's
jumper. After several lead changes, Freeman's two free throws and
Colbey Santos' 3-pointer put the Dukes up by five. Calvin Baker
sank two free throws with 4 seconds left in the half.

Brian Hutt led five Tribe players in double figures with 13
points. Corey Cofield added 12, Baker 11, and Mokris and Laimis
Kisielius each had 10.

Freeman had 25 points, including four from beyond the arch, for
the Dukes. Juwann James had 12 and David Cooper added 11.