BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- Issiah Grayson had 15 points and six assists on Monday night and Cal State Bakersfield led the entire second half to defeat Nevada 74-66.
The Runners (3-1) led 38-30 at half and allowed a 6-0 run by the Wolf Pack to cut the lead to 38-36. Bakersfield answered with a 17-6 run to take their largest lead of the game at 55-42 with 11:51 left. The Runners would lead by 13 again with 7:21 to go in the game.
The Wolf Pack (2-2) entered the game with two straight road victories in which they rallied from double-digit deficits, but were unable to get closer than 72-66 with a minute to play.
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