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NCAA Game Summary - William & Mary at Liberty



(Sunday, November 20th)

Final Score: William & Mary 65, Liberty 64

Lynchburg, VA (Sports Network) - Quinn McDowell put the Tribe ahead with a three-point play and grabbed the game winning rebound in the final seconds as William & Mary topped Liberty 65-64 in the 2K Sports Classic at the Vines Center.

McDowell finished with a game-high 18 points for William & Mary (1-5) as he led the team to its first win of the season. Brandon Britt added 15 points and four assists and Marcus Thornton had 13 points in the win.

Tavares Speaks led five players in double figures for Liberty (2-4) with 13 points. David Minaya and John Caleb Sanders each chipped in 12 points. Jesse Sanders recorded a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds and Antwan Burrus scored 10 in the loss.

The Tribe led 29-26 at half after holding the Flames to a shooting percentage of 31.8 in the first twenty minutes.

The Flames found themselves down by eight with 8:14 remaining before fighting back to take the lead with 22 seconds remaining. Liberty shot 46.9 percent in the second half while the Tribe shot just 36 percent.

11/20 20:57:43 ET

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Scoreboard
Local
Final
NOR 0
DUR 3
 
Final
CHC 1
CIN 4
Final
PIT 3
MIL 5
Final
WAS 3
STL 1
Final
CLE 2
TOR 3
Final
DET 6
ANA 11
Final
NYM 0
ATL 6
Final
BOS 4
BAL 8
9th
TAM 11
NYY 5
 
Final
MIA 8
SEA 4
Final
TEX 12
CWS 0
 
Final
KAN 5
MIN 0
 
8th
COL 10
PHI 1
 
2nd
OAK 7
HOU 0
 
3rd
LOS 0
ARI 0
 
4th
SDP 1
SFG 0
 
Final
TAM 1
MON 4
Final
BOS 0
DET 1
1st Intermission
ANA 1
DAL 1
 
Final
NOR 0
DUR 3