FULLERTON, Calif. -- Brandon Kamga matched his career high with a season-high 27 points as Cal State Fullerton scored the last seven points of the game to defeat Cal State Northridge 82-75 on Saturday night.
Lamine Diante's 3-pointer with 1:28 to play pulled Northridge into a 75-75 tie with 1:28 to play. Diane was called for a foul at 1:06 and the for Matadors where also given a technical foul. The Titans cashed in with two free each from Jackson Rowe and Kamga.
Northridge missed two shots before Kamga made two more free throws with a half-minute to play and Wayne Arnold added a final free at 18 seconds.
Rowe had 16 points and four blocks for Cal State Fullerton (8-13, 3-3 Big West Conference) and Austen Awosika added 15 points and six assists. Arnold had 10 points and six rebounds.
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