William & Mary overcomes 16-point deficit to beat Georgia State
ATLANTA (AP)—Peter Stein made a jumper with 1:17 left in the game and William & Mary overcame a 16-point deficit to beat Georgia State 60-58 on Saturday.
The Panthers (4-11, 1-4 Colonial Athletic Association) took their largest lead of the game at 48-32 with 15:14 remaining in the second half on a 3-pointer by Trae Goldston, who scored 15 points.
But Georgia State struggled to make baskets over the next 10 minutes. The Tribe (7-8, 2-3) went on a 22-8 run, cutting the lead to 56-54 with 4:24 left in the game on Nathan Mann’s 3-pointer.
William & Mary tied the game at 58 with 2:06 remaining when Mann hit a jumper. Then Stein followed with the game-deciding basket to give the Tribe their first lead of the game and victory.
Mann finished with 11 points for William & Mary, while David Schneider and Laimis Kisielius each added 10.
Leonard Mendez had 15 points for Georgia State.