Neal's 2nd half lifts Lobos over Fullerton 67-59

BY foxsports • November 16, 2014

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) Cullen Neal scored 21 of 23 points in the second half on Sunday night, helping New Mexico hang on against pesky Cal State Fullerton 67-59.

Neal hit two free throws with 3:37 remaining, and then fed Deshawn Delaney for a fast break, high-flying dunk, sparking an 11-2 run in which the Lobos (2-0) pulled away.

High Greenwood added 11 for New Mexico, nine of those coming in the first half, and Delaney had a five assists.

Moses Morgan made consecutive 3s to pull Fullerton within 54-52, but the Titans (0-2) got no closer. Morgan scored 21, hitting five 3-pointers, and Lanerryl Johnson added 14.

The Lobos got off to an 11-3 start and traded points with Fullerton the rest of the half. New Mexico pushed the lead to 45-32 in the second half before the Titans rallied to make it close.