ELON, N.C. -- Nathan Knight had 25 points as William & Mary narrowly defeated Elon 74-73 on Monday night in a Colonial Athletic Association opener for both teams.
Van Vliet made two free throws with five seconds left for a four-point lead before Hunter McIntosh capped it with a 3-pointer at the buzzer.
William & Mary plays Hofstra on the road on Thursday. Elon plays Northeastern on the road on Thursday.
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