GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Fred Cleveland hit a pair of free throws with six seconds left to allow North Carolina A&T to hold off Bethune Cookman, 98-95 on Saturday night.
Isaiah Bailey pulled the Wildcats within one point, 96-95, with a pair of free throws with :07 remaining, but Cleveland drew a foul and clinched the game at the other end.
Jackson shot 4 for 6 on 3-pointers and grabbed 12 rebounds, while Langley posted 12 assists, six rebounds and five steals.
NC A&T (9-12, 5-1) will seek its fifth consecutive home win on Monday when the team hosts Delaware State. Bethune-Cookman plays South Carolina State on the road on Monday.
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