PHILADELPHIA -- Ryan Daly scored 21 points and made four assists and Saint Joseph's held off Fordham 73-69 on Saturday.
The Hawks led 53-41 with 10 miuntes left after a 17-0 run, but Fordham rallied to within two points, 71-69, on Josh Colon's 3 with 3 seconds to go. Rahmir Moore sealed it for the Hawks with two free throws.
Cameron Brown scored 12 points and Myles Douglas added 11 for the Hawks (6-23, 2-14 Atlantic 10 Conference), who made 25 of 35 free throws. Anthony Longpre scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds.
Saint Joseph's matches up against Saint Bonaventure on the road on Wednesday. Fordham plays George Washington on the road on Wednesday.
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