OGDEN, Utah -- Kai Edwards' basket with 3.5 seconds to go gave Northern Colorado its first-ever win at Weber State 65-64 on Thursday night.
The victory was the first in 14 trips to Ogden for the Bears (10-5, 3-1 Big Sky), who extended their win streak to three games.
Edwards scored his winner inside off an assist from Jonah Radebaugh. Edwards had scored consecutive baskets to give the Bears a one-point lead before Jerrick Harding put the Wildcats (5-10, 1-3) back up for the final time with 13 seconds left.
The Bears never trailed in the first half half but the lead changed hands eight times in the second half, along with four ties.
Both teams take on Sacramento State in their next game. Weber State visits the Hornets on Saturday, while Northern Colorado heads home for its matchup against Sacramento State on Thursday.
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