DAVIS, Calif. -- Joe Mooney buried a 3-pointer at the buzzer and UC Davis capped a 67-65 second-half comeback win against Loyola Marymount on Monday night.
Erik Johansson's layup with three seconds left put the Lions up 65-64. Prior to those points, neither team had scored in 81 seconds.
The Lions led 61-50 with 6:57 remaining before a 14-2 run by the Aggies over the next 51/2 minutes gave UC Davis (5-8) a 64-63 lead.
Loyola Marymount (5-6) built a 38-24 halftime lead on the strength of 15-of-20 shooting including 7-of-11 from 3-point range.
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