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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Charlie Brown and Lamarr Kimble each made late 3-pointers to help Saint Joseph's pull away from George Washington for a 68-63 victory in an Atlantic 10 opener on Friday night.

George Washington led 63-61 when Brown hit a 3 with 2:25 to play. Tyler Cavanaugh had his layup attempt blocked, then missed a jumper on the Colonials' next possession. The Hawks couldn't pull away when Yuta Watanabe blocked Kimble's 3-point shot, but the Colonials' Collin Smith then missed a jumper. Kimble made his next 3-point attempt and the Hawks led 67-63 with 32 seconds remaining.

Cavanaugh and Jordan Roland missed 3-pointers, and Nick Robinson split a pair of free throws to end it.

Brown and Kimble scored 13 points apiece to lead Saint Joseph's (7-5).

Jaren Sina had 15 points for George Washington (8-6). Cavanaugh scored 10 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Smith finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

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