Holden scores 17 with late free throws; Delaware earns 6th seed with 65-60 win over Towson

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    TOWSON, Maryland — Kory Holden had 17 points, including four free throws in the final 30 seconds, and Maurice Jeffers scored 15 to help Delaware beat Towson 65-60 on Saturday.

    Delaware's Kyle Anderson stole the ball from Four McGlynn with under a minute left, leading to two free throws by Holden with 23 seconds left. McGlynn banked in a 3-pointer with six seconds left, but Holden capped the scoring with two makes with four seconds left.

    Delaware (10-19, 9-9 Colonial Athletic Association) will be the sixth seed in the conference tournament.

    The Blue Hens' Marvin King-Davis had 11 points and 10 rebounds for his second double-double in three games. Jeffers had 13 first-half points as Delaware held a 31-30 lead.

    Walter Foster had 12 points and 11 boards for Towson (12-19, 5-13). John Davis added 11 and 11.

    Towson will open the CAA tournament against Elon on Friday.

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