DES MOINES, Iowa -- Walt Harris' jumper with four seconds left in the third overtime lifted Stephen F. Austin to a 112-111 win over North Dakota State Friday, despite 60 points by NDSU's Ben Woodside.
Woodside set the school record, but the loss in the first round of the Hy-Vee Classic dropped the Bison to 4-3. The old record was 53 points, set by Lance Berwald in 1984.
Woodside also set school records for free throws made and attempted by going 30-for-35 from the line. He added eight rebounds and eight assists.
NDSU outrebounded the Lumberjacks 48-42.
The game was tied 78-78 at the end of regulation.