ITHACA, N.Y. -- Shonn Miller scored 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, both career highs, as Cornell held off Colgate 70-63 Saturday night.
Miller also had four blocked shots and three steals for the Big Red (4-5).
Cornell jumped out to an 18-7 lead with Johnathan Gray hitting three of his team's four 3-pointers in the spurt. Those were the only shots Gray made in 13 field-goal attempts, 10 from beyond the arc.
The Raiders (3-5) got within a point, 37-36, with 2:16 to go, but the Big Red led 39-36 at halftime.
After Colgate pulled ahead briefly at 42-41, Errick Peck made a layup to spark a 13-5 run and Cornell eventually rebuilt a 13-point lead.
Peck finished with 14 points.
Cornell's win was the 1,200th in program history against 1,313 losses in 114 seasons.
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