HAMILTON, N.Y. -- Luke Roh scored on a layup with 2 seconds remaining to give Colgate a 65-63 victory over New Hampshire in a nonconference game Sunday.
Murphy Burnatowski scored a career-high 31 points, including 18 in the second half, for the Raiders (5-9), who have won two in a row after losing six straight.
Colgate led by as many as 10 points, 39-29, early in the second half, but the Wildcats (4-8) rallied to take a 63-61 lead with 2:10 remaining on a three-point play by Ferg Myrick, who finished with 23 points.
Mitch Rolls' jumper tied the game at the 1:39 mark.
After failed possessions by each team, New Hampshire's Chandler Rhoads missed the front end of a 1-and-1. Roh, after missing a jumper, got his own rebound and scored the game-winner.
Rhoads had 13 points and nine assists and Chris Pelcher had 12 points and nine rebounds for New Hampshire.
Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes did his best Stone Cold Steve Austin impression and brought the pain to some fellow Badgers.
Avery Johnson's first season as a college coach was a success by most measures, and he'll aim to keep the Crimson Tide rolling in the right direction.
Malik Newman, who had widely been considered a one-and-done player, has chosen to transfer to Kansas to continue his college career.