RICHMOND, Va. -- — Adrian Baldwin Jr. had 15 points and sank four foul shots in the last 50 seconds and VCU held on to beat Saint Louis 67-65 on Tuesday night.
Baldwin, who also distributed seven assists, made two free throws with four seconds left for the 67-65 advantage. VCU's Javonte Perkins missed a 3-pointer as time expired.
Vince Williams Jr. had 16 points and nine rebounds for VCU (17-5, 10-3 Atlantic 10 Conference).
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