HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) -- Loren Stokes scored a career-high 30
points and Hofstra won the first triple-overtime game in school
history, beating James Madison 95-88 on Wednesday night.
Mike Radziejewski had 21 points for the Pride (15-7, 7-6
Colonial Athletic Association).
Four free throws by Wendell Gibson opened scoring in the third
overtime, giving the Pride an 88-84 lead with 3:04 left. Johnson's
jumper got James Madison with two points about 30 seconds later,
but Hofstra scored the next five points, three from freshman
Antoine Agudio, to go up 92-86.
Belfor made two free throws with 23 seconds to play in
regulation to send the game to overtime tied at 62. Adrian Uter of
Hofstra, a 47 percent free throw shooter, went 1-for-2 from the
line with 37 seconds remaining in the first overtime to tie the
game at 71-71. Radziejewski's jumper with 26 seconds left in the
second overtime made it 80-80.
Arkansas' Notae does it on both ends with steal and 3-ball
JD Notae comes up with a steal on one end and finishes with a 3-pointer for Arkansas.
Vital saves the ball and sets up Mayer for the and-1
Mark Vital fights hard to keep the ball in Baylor's possession then flings the pass to Matthew Mayer for the bucket and the foul.
Creighton Bluejays' Greg McDermott uses racially insensitive analogy to team
Creighton coach Greg McDermott has apologized for comments he made after a Feb. 27 loss to Xavier, calling them inappropriate and insensitive and saying he is "committed to ensure that this will never happen again."