TEANECK N.J. -- Devon Dunn -- off the bench -- led six players in double digits with 20 points and Fairleigh Dickinson held off a furious Mount Saint Mary's rally with an 85-75 win Saturday.
Kaleb Bishop's layup with 9:38 remaining gave Fairleigh Dickinson a 34-point lead (67-33). The Mountaineers proceeded to score 42 points in the final 9:12 but ran out of time.
Jalen Gibbs' 3-pointer with 45 seconds left brought Mount Saint Mary's within 79-71 before the Knights made six foul shots to end it.
Fairleigh Dickinson (6-15, 4-6 Northeast Conference) raced to a 10-0 lead and extended the margin to 30-8 when Xzavier Maloney-Key made two free throws with 5:25 before halftime.
Jalen Gibbs led the Mount with 27 points and Damion Chong Qui 16 on 10 of 13 free-throw shooting. Mount Saint Mary's scored 58 points in the second half on 18-of-33 shooting with seven 3s.
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