PHOENIX -- Chris Rollins had 22 points and Division II Davenport University made 15 of 30 3-pointers to shock Dan Majerle and Grand Canyon 82-73 in their season-opener on Tuesday night.
Rollins was 4 for 6 from beyond the arc. Robbie Bramhill had 17 points for the Panthers, who started the season 1-1 but played this game as an exhibition. Evan Hines added 12 points. Tafari Beckford had seven rebounds.
Grand Canyon was 2 of 18 beyond the arc and was outrebounded 36-33. The Antelopes missed 12 of their first 13 shots and fell behind 24-11 and trailed 35-28 at the half.
Grand Canyon had a late 10-0 run to cut a 15-point deficit to five but couldn't get closer.
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