GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Colin Reddick posted his first double-double of the season as Furman rallied from a 12-point second-half deficit to defeat UNC Greensboro 69-61 Sunday in Southern Conference action.
Reddick had 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Paladins (5-12, 2-4), who trailed 34-22 with 18:45 remaining. An 11-0 run, with Bobby Austin hitting bookend 3-pointers, got Furman within a point, but the Spartans regained the momentum to lead 46-39 with 11:42 left.
Larry Wideman's two jumpers then sparked a 15-0 Paladins run, capped by Austin's trey with 6:52 to go.
After Derrell Armstrong's jumper got UNC Greensboro within four, at 63-59 with 50 seconds left, the Paladins sealed it with 6 of 8 free throws.
Armstrong and Nicholas Paulos scored 16 points each for the Spartans (4-13, 2-4).
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