Alessandro Levy had 30 points and 10 rebounds, leading Grand Canyon to a 76-64 win over Seattle University that snapped the Redhawks’ three-game winning streak.
PHOENIX — Alessandro Levy had 30 points and 10 rebounds, leading Grand Canyon to a 76-64 win over the Seattle University men’s basketball team Thursday night, snapping the Redhawks’ three-game winning streak.
Seattle U (19-10) fell to 8-4 in the Western Athletic Conference, two games behind conference-leading New Mexico State, which the Redhawks beat in overtime Saturday.
Utah Valley is in second place in the WAC at 9-3, and Seattle U fell to third.
Seattle U took a 49-48 lead with 9:19 remaining, but Grand Canyon stormed back.
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Levy, averaging 10.0 points per game, was 7 of 19 from the floor, but 14 of 15 from the free-throw line.
Matej Kavas had 17 points and eight rebounds for Seattle University, which opened the WAC season with a home loss to Grand Canyon.
Richaud Gittens added 15 points for the Redhawks and Jordan Hill had 12. Aaron Menzies, Seattle U’s 7-foot-3 center, had eight points and 10 rebounds before fouling out in the second half.
The Redhawks, who have had only one two-game losing streak this season, will look to rebound Saturday at Cal State Bakersfield.