February 23, 2016

ITTA BENA, Miss. (AP) Admassu Williams scored 21 points and Jayrn Johnson made three free throws with one second left as Prairie View beat Mississippi Valley State 63-61 on Monday night.

The Panthers swept their Delta swing of the Southwestern Athletic Conference for the first time in more than two decades after winning at Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday for the first time since 2005.

Marcus Romain hit two free throws with 1:14 left to give MVSU a 61-58 lead. Malik Amos missed a 3-pointer on Prairie View's next possession but Karim York grabbed the offensive rebound and Johnson scored in the paint to pull to 61-60 with 1:03 remaining.

MVSU missed a jumper and Prairie View grabbed the rebound and called timeout with 23 seconds left.

Johnson finished with 20 points for Prairie View (5-21, 5-9), which is tied for sixth place with Alabama A&M.

Romain led Mississippi Valley State (5-24, 5-10) with 25 points.

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