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Romar Takes the Blame in UW Loss

Lorenzo Romar (Kim Grinolds/

SEATTLE - Albany's Mike Black scored on an arching layup from the left side of the key with two seconds left to propel the Great Danes to arguably their finest win in the history of their program - a 63-62 triumph over the Washington Huskies in front of crowd of 7041 at Alaska Airlines Arena Tuesday night.

After a nifty lay-in with the Huskies down three, a C.J. Wilcox three pointer with 1:41 remaining tied the game at 58. Moments later, two Andrew Andrews free throws gave the Huskies a slender lead. But the Great Danes weren't done. Reserve freshman Peter Hooley nailed a clutch three pointer from the corner giving the Albany a one point advantage with 29 seconds remaining. Twelve seconds later UW... Recommended Stories

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