BOZEMAN, Mont. -- Holland Woods' scored a career-high 30 points and his layup with two seconds left sent Portland State past Montana State 77-76 on Saturday.
Harald Frey put the Bobcats ahead with 12 seconds remaining. Portland State (8-9, 2/3 Big Sky) called timeout to set a play leading to Woods' game winner.
Frey missed a desperation 3 attempt as time expired.
The Vikings led 40-35 at intermission and extended their advantage to 51-43 with 13:39 left, which was the largest lead for either team after the break.
Sal Nuhu scored 12 for the Vikings.
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