WORCESTER, Mass. -- Dave Dudzinski scored 19 points and pulled down eight rebounds in Holy Cross' 60-50 victory over New Hampshire on Saturday.
Cullen Hamilton came off the bench for 11 points and Malcolm Miller added 10 points and seven rebounds for the Crusaders (4-2), who entered halftime with a 33-23 lead on the strength of a 23-13 first-half rebounding advantage.
New Hampshire (2-3) cut Holy Cross' lead to four, 33-29, 1 minute and 13 seconds into the second half and tied it twice before taking its first lead, 42-41, with 10:47 left to play.
But Dudzinski hit a layup and Miller converted a three-point play on back-to-back possessions to keep New Hampshire at bay.
New Hampshire got no closer than five the rest of the way.
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