SEATTLE -- Ivan Aurrecoechea had 19 points and 11 rebounds and New Mexico State beat Seattle 75-67 on Saturday night to remain undefeated in the Western Athletic Conference.
The game was tied 59-59 with 4:48 to play before Aurrecoechea converted a three-point play and Johnny McCants added a dunk and the Aggies led 64-59. Seattle pulled to 69-67 with 1:50 left but missed its last four shots.
New Mexico State plays at Texas-Rio Grande Valley on Saturday. Seattle travels to Grand Canyon on Thursday.
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