NEW YORK -- Dre Calloway made a layup with 2.8 seconds remaining to lift St. Francis Brooklyn to a 76-75 win over Wagner on Thursday night in Northeast Conference action.
There were 19 lead changes and 10 ties, including 73-73 with 2:20 left.
After Lowell Ulmer made the second of two free throws to push the Terriers (11-15, 7-8) in front, Latif Rivers' jumper gave the Seahawks a 75-74 lead with 1:33 left. Although Jalen Cannon missed a layup for St. Francis Brooklyn, the Terriers got another chance when Wagner turned the ball over.
Following Calloway's basket, Rivers missed a 3-point attempt at the buzzer.
Jonathon Williams scored 16 points to lead Wagner (15-11, 9-6), which came in having won three of its past four games.
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