WASHINGTON (AP) -Chris Wright scored 19 points, including seven during a decisive second-half run, leading No. 15 Georgetown to a 69-58 win over Mount St. Mary's on Saturday.
The Hoyas shot a season-low 38 percent to beat the pesky Mountaineers, and the game was in doubt until Wright led an 11-1 spurt to take a 47-33 lead with 11:01 left. His off-balance 3-pointer with the shot clock expiring game the Hoyas' their biggest lead of the game.
DaJuan Summers added 13 points for the Hoyas (8-1). Jessie Sapp had a career-high nine rebounds.
Kelly Biedler had 16 points for Mount St. Mary's (3-7), which lost its fifth straight.

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