VALPARAISO, Ind. -- Markus Golder scored all of his 16 points in the second half and Valparaiso rallied late to beat Bradley 77-64 on Saturday night.
Bradley was up 31-26 at the break and held a slim lead through most of the second half, taking it to 60-56 with 5:56 to play. Golder and Max Joseph replied for the Crusaders (14-15, 5-11 Missouri Valley Conference) with back-to-back layups, sparking a 21-0 run that included a Bakari Evelyn 3-pointer and a Golder dunk to go ahead 77-60 with 55 seconds left. Bradley's Elijah Childs made a layup and two free throws in the last 50 seconds for the final score.
Evelyn finished with 13 points for Valparaiso. Derrik Smits chipped in nine.
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