LEWISBURG, Pa. -- Everett Duncan made all four his free throw attempts in the last 17 seconds and Vermont held off Bucknell for a 66-63 win on Sunday.
Duncan made a pair of free throws with 17 seconds left to put the Catamounts (2-0) up 64-61. Jimmy Sotos narrowed the margin to a point with a layup. Walter Ellis intentionally fouled Duncan with 8 seconds left and he made both for a 66-63 lead. Sotos missed a 3-point attempt with two seconds left to end the game.
Vermont faces Boston University at home on Wednesday and Bucknell plays against Hofstra at home on Wednesday.
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