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UPEI veteran Milorad Sedlarevic led the way as the men’s basketball Panthers rallied in the fourth quarter to down the Dalhousie Tigers 70-67 in Atlantic University Sport action on Sunday.
The win snaps an eight-game losing streak and puts the team back in playoff contention.
Sedlarevic finished with a game-high 27 points and was named the player of the game.
Jamesley Jerome scored 16 points and was considered a strong defensive presence while Jack MacAulay was effective off the bench, scoring six points on a pair of threes.
Dalhousie was led by Jordan Wilson with 13 points and Sascha Kappos with 12 points.