Myles hit a jumper with just under two minutes left to put the Hatters (7-5) up by nine. The Red Foxes (2-8) then reeled off six points in the next minutes, closing within 77-74 on two free throws by Brian Parker.
Myles then had a great crossover and drove the lane for a layup with 26 seconds left but failed to convert the 3-point play. Marist missed two 3-point attempts before Isaiah Lamb had a putback with nine seconds left. After a quick foul, Stetson's Angel Rivera missed the front end of a one-and-one but Parker's 3 attempt at the buzzer was off the mark.
Rivera made all three of his 3s and had 14 points for Stetson.
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