FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana Wesleyan Athletics) – Trailing nearly the entire second half, Indiana Wesleyan men’s basketball used some late-game heroics and a last-second shot to edge #15 Saint Francis, 73-72.
Down one with four seconds left in the game, Kyle Mangas would produce a drive and kick to the corner finding Noah Smith. Smith’s in and out three would fall to Mangas just below the free-throw line and in midair, Mangas would make the go-ahead bucket leaving 0.1 seconds left on the clock.
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Mangas finished the contest with a game-high 28-points, scoring the final nine points of the game for IWU. Mangas has now scored 20-plus in nine straight games this season, including 28 points in both games against Crossroads League foes.