HAMILTON, N.Y. -- Alex Rosenberg scored 23 points and pulled nine rebounds as Columbia beat Colgate in double-overtime 76-70 Monday.
Colgate (6-5) went up seven, 62-55, with 2:04 left after Damon Sherman-Newsome's layup, but Columbia rattled off the final seven points of regulation -- including Lo's layup to force overtime with 27 seconds left. Neither team scored in the last 3:31 of the first OT, and Rosenberg missed a jumper as time expired.
Austin Tillotson's layup with 12 seconds left in the second overtime drew Colgate within four, but Mullins drained a pair of free throws to ice it.
Colgate was led by Tillotson with 22 points. Sherman-Newsome added 15 points while Matt McMullen chipped in with 10.
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