GRAMBLING, La. -- Jeremy Crutcher made six of his seven 3-point attempts and led Alabama A&M with 20 points in a Monday night victory over Grambling State 70-58.
Hill had 10 points and Jose Long added 11 points and nine rebounds for A&M (5-7, 2-0 Southwestern Athletic Conference).
The Bulldogs led 28-26 at halftime and never trailed afterward, but Colvin's missed 3-pointer with less than 3 minutes to play gave Grambling State the ball down only 57-53. Colvin stole the ball back and scored to give the Bulldogs a 57-51 lead.
Grambling State built a six-point first-half lead and led most of the period. A'Torri Shine had 22 points to lead the Tigers (1-10, 0-2) which extended their losing streak in the SWAC to 20 games.
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