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Cleveland State uses 15-1 second-half run to overcome deficit, beat Old Dominion 67-55.

Marlin Mason led five Cleveland State players in double digits with 17 points as the Vikings rolled over Old Dominion 67-55 Saturday in a nonconference affair.

Cleveland State (3-1) used a 15-1 second-half run to overcome a five-point halftime deficit. Charlie Lee started the run with a 3-pointer, and Tim Kamczyc's jumper with 16:56 left put the Vikings ahead 36-35.

Old Dominion (1-3) led for most of the first half, snapping a 10-all tie with 12:10 left in the first with a 9-0 run. The Monarchs led 30-25 at halftime and 34-27 with 18:55 to play before the Vikings' go-ahead run.

Lee and Anton Grady each had 13 points for Cleveland State, Sebastian Douglas netted 11 and Kamczyc scored 10. Kamczyc also added seven assists.

Nine different players scored for Old Dominion, with Dimitrie Batten and Keenan Palmore tying with a team-high nine points.

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