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Eli Lucero, AP
Cal State Bakersfield guard Brent Wrapp (1) dribbles the ball as Utah State guard Henry Bolton (20) defends during an NCAA college basketball game Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, in Logan, Utah. (AP Photo/The Herald Journal, Eli Lucero)

LOGAN — David Collette scored 18 points and Utah State held on to beat Cal State Bakersfield 57-56 in the World Vision Classic on Thursday night.

Chris Smith added 15 points and Jalen Moore 12 for the Aggies (5-4). Sean Harris made a free throw with six seconds left, which offset a 3 at the buzzer by Tyrell Corbin. Aly Ahmed led the Roadrunners (1-9) with 14 points.

Neither team shot 30 percent in the first half with Utah State leading 20-18 at the break.

Utah State opened the second half with an 11-2 run with Collette sandwiching two baskets around a Moore 3 to make it 31-20.

Utah State had just four free throws in the last five minutes and the Roadrunners made one last push starting with an Ahmed three-point play and Javonte Maynor's 3-pointer at 4:07. Corbin hit a 3 with 25 seconds left to make it 56-53.