CEDAR CITY, Utah -- Flavien Davis scored the final six points for Montana State to edge the Bobcats past Southern Utah 54-52 on Saturday night.
Davis scored two layups and two free throws to break three ties and push Montana State (10-10, 5-4 Big Sky) into the lead. Southern Utah (1-18, 0-10) turned the ball over and missed a 3-pointer on its final two possessions.Davis scored 16 points and Eric Norman had 11 rebounds.Southern Utah led 24-13 with 2:50 left to play in the first half, but the Bobcats ended the half on a 7-0 run to trail by just four at intermission. Neither team led by more than four after the break, and the final 5 minutes saw four different ties.A.J. Hess scored 14 and the final six points for the Thunderbirds, who continue to hold the longest losing streak in the nation at 17 games.