FRESNO, Calif. -- Orlando Robinson had 20 points and 15 rebounds as Fresno State narrowly defeated New Mexico 82-77 on Saturday.
New Williams, who was second on the Bulldogs in scoring heading into the matchup with 12 points per game, shot only 18 percent in the game (2 of 11).
The Bulldogs evened the season series against the Lobos with the win. New Mexico defeated Fresno State 78-64 on Jan. 7.
Fresno State takes on Colorado State at home on Tuesday. New Mexico plays Wyoming at home next Saturday.
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