No. 21 St. Cloud State pulls out win
Jensen drops game winner with two seconds remaining
BEMIDJI, Minn. -- With time running out in a crucial Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference game, Shaun Jensen buried a shot with two seconds remaining on the clock to give No. 21 St. Cloud State a 72-70 road win against Bemidji State on Friday night.
|TOP 25 SCORES|
|No. 5 Metro St. 69, CSU-Pueblo 49|
|Adams St. 64, No. 9 Colorado Mines 57|
|No. 13 Winona St. 74, Minn.-Crookston 57|
|No. 16 MSU-Moorehead 70, Upper Iowa 68|
|No. 21 St. Cloud St. 72, Bemidji St. 70|
The Beavers tied the game up at 70-70 with 15 seconds to go in the game before Jensen ended the game with his fourth and most important basket of the night. He finished with 11 points and a game-high eight assists.
Mike Rostampour poured in a career-high 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds on a stellar 6-8 night from the field. Rostampour also made six of seven free throws.
Kenquane Brown put up a career-high in the points with 13 after shooting 5-8 from the field.
The Huskies shot 47 percent from the field (26-55) while the Beavers were 28 of 61 on the night, while making 40 percent of their shots from beyond the arc (6-15).
The NSIC leading scorer James Ellisor scored a game-high 24 points for the Beavers to go with four rebounds and an assist.