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Pack Loses in Final Seconds to Iona at Great Alaska Shootout

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Following a last second layup from Iona's Jon Severe, the Nevada Wolf Pack lost (75-73) in the Finals of the Great Alaska Shootout.

With 12 seconds left Marcus Marshall hit a contested three point shot to tie the game at 73 with 12 seconds left. However Severe's layup proved to be the difference. 

Marshall had a game high 21 points, D.J. Fenner had 18 points off the bench. Elijah Foster had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. While Cameron Oliver finished with 10 points.

The lost drops Nevada to (5-2) on the year. The Wolf Pack will host Pacific on Tuesday Night at 7pm. 

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