Still, Allen deliver Robert Morris a 64-60 win over Duquesne

PITTSBURGH (AP) Isaiah Still converted a layup with 15 seconds left and Clive Allen hit four straight free throws as Robert Morris held off Duquesne, 64-60 in the Colonials at PPG Paints Arena Tuesday night.

Mike Lewis II hit a 3-pointer with 3:32 left to tie the game at 55-55 and hit a layup with :30 left to give the Dukes a 59-58 lead.

For the first time Robert Morris plays two games in Pittsburgh, 17 miles from its home in Moon Township. The second is December 21 against Buffalo.

The game renewed a rivalry that was last indulged on December 11, 1986, a 74-70 win for the Dukes.

Still finished with 22 points to lead Robert Morris (3-7), which was 25 of 60 from the field. The Colonials now are 2-4 all-time against Duquesne.

Lewis led four Dukes into double-figure scoring with 15 points. Duquesne (4-6) was 23 of 60 shooting.

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