SAN ANTONIO -- Will Adams hit a 3-point jumper at the buzzer to lift McMurry to a 73-71 win over University of Texas-San Antonio on Monday night.
Trailing by a point, Alfred Perez set up the game-winner by grabbing the defensive rebound with six seconds remaining and getting the ball to Adams, who fired from beyond the arc with a second remaining to give the Division II War Hawks the win. Adams had hit an earlier 3-pointer and finished 4 of 8 from the field with 12 points and five rebounds.
The Roadrunners (0-3) led by as many as seven points late in the second half before McMurry closed the gap.
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