Hstnbapt 24 38 62
NJIT Highlanders 30 31 61
Date of game: 3/15/2013

Recap: NJIT vs. Houston Baptist

Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Art Bernardi hit a pair of free-throws with two seconds remaining to lift the fourth-seed Houston Baptist Huskies knocked off the top-seed NJIT Highlanders, 62-61, in the semifinals of the Great West Tournament at Jones Convocation Center.

Bernardi scored a game-high 18 points for Houston Baptist (14-16) which also got 12 points from Rob Lewis and 10 from Dauson Womack.

Ryan Woods netted 16 points, P.J. Miller notched 15 and Chris Flores chipped in 10 for NJIT (16-13).

The Huskies will take the third-seed Chicago State in Saturday's title game.

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