PHOENIX -- Killian Larson scored 26 points and Jerome Garrison added a career-high 24 as Grand Canyon defeated Texas-Pan American 91-85 Thursday night in a meeting between two teams playing in their first Western Athletic Conference game.
Daniel Alexander added a career-high 18 points, Blake Davis 11 and Akachi Okugo 10 for the Antelopes (6-8), who broke a five-game losing streak. Larson also grabbed 12 rebounds to notch his 11th double-double this season.
Trailing the entire second half, the Broncs pulled within 84-83 on a Farrell's three-point play with 51 seconds to go, but Garrison hit a 3-pointer with 18 seconds left and the Antelopes made four free throws in the final seconds.
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