For the first time since November 2012, the Bearcats have put together back-to-back wins. Head Coach Tommy Dempsey says he doesn't look at it as a win streak, but it is a confidence boost to his team.
The second of the two wins came against New Hampshire in overtime fashion. Marlon Beck forced overtime by drilling three free throws inside the final five seconds, then in OT it was Jordan Reed's turn to seal the deal from the charity stripe, sinking the final bucket with one second remaining to win the game.
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