NEW YORK -- Kenneth Ortiz's putback with 1 second remaining Sunday night gave Wagner a 94-92 Northeast Conference victory over LIU Brooklyn.
Two consecutive 3-pointers by Dwaun Anderson put Wagner ahead 62-57 with 12:12 remaining after the Blackbirds (15-13, 1-6) led 45-38 at halftime.
Wagner led 88-78 with 2:06 left after a three-point play by Williams, but LIU Brooklyn tied the game at 92 on Jason Brickman's 3-pointer with 0:13 left.
After making 9 of 10 from 3-point range in that game, the host Seahawks made 8 of 16 (50 percent) this time.
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