ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. -- Andrew Nicholson had 44 points and 12 rebounds, and St. Bonaventure survived the longest game in school history to beat Ohio 112-107 in four overtimes Saturday.
Nicholson, who topped 1,000 points in his career earlier in the week, scored five of the first seven points for the Bonnies (6-3) in the final overtime for a 106-101 lead with 52 seconds remaining. The Bonnies made 7 of 8 free throw attempts in the fourth overtime but only 6 of 18 in the first three extra periods.
The score was tied 17 times and neither team led by more than 10 points.
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