Lo made 7 of 11 3-point tries in scoring a career-high 29 points, 21 in the second half, for the Lions (10-6), who won their third straight game by making 40 percent of their 3-pointers. Rosenberg added three 3-pointers and finished with 24 points.
Columbia, averaging 41.1 percent from the arc this season, scored its first 18 points of the second half from long range. But it was Cory Osetkowski's free throw with 5:11 remaining that gave the Lions the lead for good at 55-54. A basket by Lo and two free throws by Rosenberg put Columbia up 64-58 and four free throws by Lo in the final minute ensured the victory.