MOSCOW, Idaho -- Trevon Allen had a career-high 29 points as Idaho ended its 14-game losing streak, edging past Sacramento State 94-90 on Saturday night.
The Vandals had a 10-point lead with 35 seconds to go, but Jordan Tolbert hit three 3-pointers to cut the deficit to 90-88. Losini Kamara made a pair of free throws to put Idaho up by four with 14 seconds left.
Allen shot 9 for 10 from the foul line.
Sacramento State scored 54 second-half points, a season high for the team.
Tolbert scored a season-high 21 points for the Hornets (13-14, 7-11). Izayah Mauriohooho-le'afa added 18 points. Marcus Graves had 17 points and eight assists.
The Vandals leveled the season series against the Hornets with the win. Sacramento State defeated Idaho 69-48 on Jan. 24. Idaho matches up against Weber State on the road on Thursday. Sacramento State matches up against Montana State at home on Thursday.
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