PHILADELPHIA -- Daniel Stewart scored 21 points to lead Rider to a 75-66 come-from-behind nonconference victory over Drexel on Saturday.
The Broncs (5-4) trailed by nine points, 46-37, in the second half before running off 14 in a row to lead 51-46 with 8:57 remaining.
The Dragons (2-5) never led again, but they tied the game 60-60 with 4:01 to play on two free throws by Damion Lee, who finished with 28 points and eight rebounds. A jumper by Nurideen Lindsey gave Rider the lead for good, 62-60, at the 2:38 mark and started an 11-2 run.
Rider, which trailed 31-30 at halftime, shot 64 percent (16 of 25) in the second half to Drexel's 37.9 percent (11 of 29).
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