HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) -- James Madison rallied from behind in the closing minutes and Pierre Curtis scored the winning basket with one second left to beat VMI 89-87 Wednesday night.
James Madison (1-2) led by 13 with 8:51 left to play, but VMI went on a 20-6 run over the next 2:34 to make the game competitive. The lead changed hands 12 times in the game.
Curtis was fouled by Bell at the 10 second mark and made both free throws to tie the game -- seconds before scoring his winning layup.
Williams was named Big South player of the week on Tuesday after his 45-point performance against Virginia Intermont on Nov. 15.
Williams also scored 36 points against Southern Virginia on Monday.
James Madison held VMI's potent offense below 100 points. In each of the Keydets' three losses this season, they scored below 100. In their three wins, VMI scored 104, 156 and 144 points.
VMI set a record for 3-point attempts at James Madison's Convocation Center, with 45. But the Keydets made just 12 of those shots, a 26.7 percent pace.