OXORD, Ohio -- Nate Navigato scored 20 points, including a 3-pointer and a layup in the final minute to assure Toledo a 66-63 victory over Miami (Ohio) on Tuesday night.
Miami (Ohio) led 63-61 following two Darrian Ringo free throws with 1:42 remaining. Navigato nailed a 3 for a 64-63 advantage and drove for a basket with 15 seconds remaining. Miami's Dalonte Brown missed a 3 with seven seconds left and Marreon Jackson grabbed the defensive rebound the seal the win.
Navigato made 4 of 8 from deep. Jackson had 16 points to go with five rebounds and five assists and Luke Knapke added 13 points while grabbing nine rebounds.
Toledo (17-4, 5-3 Mid-American Conference) took a 31-29 lead into the break and pushed its advantage to 59-49 midway in the second. The RedHawks tied it at 61 with 2:40 remaining after Ringo and Jalen Adaway had consecutive layups and took the lead following Ringo's two free throws.
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