Published December 08, 2012
HAMILTON, N.Y. – Jacob Iati posted his second straight game with at least 20 points and Mike Black scored 18 to lead Albany (N.Y.) over Colgate 67-61 Saturday, for its fifth-consecutive win.
Iati (20 points) was 6 of 14 from the field with all six makes coming from deep. Peter Hooley chipped in 11 points for Albany (8-2). Iati, Hooley, and Black accounted for 13 Albany free throws.
Tied at 11, Blake Metcalf's jumper sparked a 15-0 run by Albany. Iati's 3-pointer capped the run.
Colgate (3-7) outshot Albany 42 percent (25 of 60) to 41 percent (22 of 54) and outrebounded the Great Danes 39-34, but made just 9 of 14 free throw attempts.
Albany, which made 15 of 20 free throws, hit six over the final 51 seconds while holding Colgate to just two field goals.
Murphy Burnatowski was Colgate's lone player in double-figures with 13 points.