Haase hit a 3-pointer with 1:38 to play to put Mercer up 80-73. Trey Bonham answer with a layup to tie it 17 seconds later. Haase hit the winning 3 at the 1:03 mark.
After that both teams missed baskets, giving Mercer a final chance following a timeout with nine seconds left but Greg Parham couldn't get the tying basket to fall just before time ran out.
Leon Ayers III had 18 points for Mercer (10-4, 3-3 Southern Conference).
Parham had 26 points for the Keydets (8-8, 3-4), his sixth-straight 20-point game. Jake Stephens added 12 points. Bonham had 11 points and six rebounds.
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