BOCA RATON, Fla. -- Jailyn Ingram scored 16 points and his layup with 21 seconds left served as the game winner and Florida Atlantic beat Western Kentucky 69-65 on Thursday.
Ingram's layup with 7:29 remaining gave the Owls (13-9, 5-4 Conference USA) a 56-54 lead and they never trailed again. Carson Williams tied at 65 with 45 seconds left for Western Kentucky (14-7, 7-2). The Hilltoppers entered with a five-game win streak.
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