Lions fade late against Division I Weber State
Joe Scott had 17 points but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was worn down in the end by the Division I Weber State Wildcats in an 86-67 exhibition loss Wednesday at Ogden, Utah.
The Mountain Lions trailed 61-60 with 8:51 remaining in the game. Patrick Hannaway fouled out on a charging call, helping Weber State go on a 13-3 run. After Bryan Snyder, Kyle Perkins and Eric Davis all joined Hannaway on the bench with five fouls, that run was expanded to 25-7.
Scott, a freshman from Minneapolis, went 5-for-10 from 3-point range and added a team-high six assists in his UCCS debut. Snyder and Nic Fuller added 12 points each and Perkins, another freshman, chipped in 10.
Perkins also added a team-high six rebounds as the Mountain Lions were outrebounded by the bigger Wildcats 33-25.
Dan Henry led Weber State with 21 points.
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