HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Xzavier Malone-Key hit a free throw with 12 seconds left to allow Fairleigh Dickenson to hold off Quinnipiac, 78-77 on Tuesday night.
Malone-Key scored nine of his career-high 29 points in the final 3:30 of the game.
Matt Balanc hit a 3 with :11 left to pull Quinnipiac within one and after Malone-Key hit the first of two free throws to push the Knights' lead to 77-75, the Bobcats' Kevin Marfo scored at the basket off a Balanc miss to tie the game with :05 left.
Malone-Key, who finished 11 of 13 from the line, drew a foul and hit the first of two free throws to clinch the win.
Quinnipiac trailed by 15 points at intermission.
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