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Albany (NY) downs New Hampshire 80-75 in OT

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Evan Singletary scored 21 points, including eight in overtime, to help Albany (NY) beat New Hampshire 80-75 Tuesday night to win its seventh-straight game.

Tanner Leissner’s 3-pointer gave New Hampshire a 71-70 lead in OT, but Singletary hit back-to-back 3-pointers and Albany led 76-73.

Jaleen Smith’s layup pulled the Wildcats within one with 48 second left, but Singletary and Joe Cremo sealed it by making two free throws apiece.

Singletary made 5 of 9 3-pointers, Ray Sanders scored 17 points, and Cremo added 13 for the defending America East Conference-champion Great Danes (14-4, 3-0).

Trailing by two at halftime, New Hampshire rallied to lead 68-66 after Daniel Dion’s two free throws. Sanders made a layup to tie it a 68 at the end of regulation.

Leissner scored 21 points, Smith added 14, Dion 13 and Joe Bramanti 11 for New Hampshire (8-7, 1-1).

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