NEW YORK (AP) Rasheem Dunn scored 10 of his 15 points in the second half, and St. Francis Brooklyn held on for an 85-80 victory over Bryant on Saturday.
Dunn, a sophomore who averages 15.1 points per game, helped the Terriers pull away with a key 3-pointer to stretch their lead to 78-69 with 3:00 remaining. An 11-4 surged, capped by Adam Grant's 3, pulled Bryant to 82-80 with eight seconds left. Dunn split a pair of free throws, and ended the game by forcing a turnover and making a layup.
Glenn Sanabria had 21 points to lead St. Francis Brooklyn (8-12, 5-3 Northeast Conference), which has won three of its last four.
Grant scored 26 points and Ikenna Ndugba added 25 for Bryant (2-19, 1-7). They each made 10 of the 32 Bulldogs' baskets.

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