Ohio 58, Eastern Michigan 56
YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) - Javarez Willis hit a game-winning 3-pointer with 28 seconds to play as Ohio rallied for a 58-56 victory over Eastern Michigan on Saturday.
Ohio trailed the entire game before Willis' big basket, which capped a 12-0 run. The Bobcats were behind 55-46 with 4:20 left. Nick Kellogg also made a 3-pointer during the run and Josh Smith and Maurice Ndour both made two baskets. Ndour's last make tied the game at 55 with 1:36 remaining.
Stevie Taylor led Ohio (14-5, 4-2 Mid-American Conference) with 14 points. Kellogg and Willis added 12 apiece for the Bobcats. Willis made a season-high four 3-pointers on the day.
Eastern Michigan (11-8, 3-3) was paced by Glenn Bryant with 14 points and Karrington Ward added 13.
Ward was fouled with 11 seconds left, made 1 of 2 from the line, but the ball went out of bounds on his second miss.
Marietta College 78,
Wilmington College 76
WILMINGTON, Ohio - Luis Garcia scored a team-high 29 points off the bench and fellow reserve Eddy Grenert knocked down the game-winning jumper with 0.4 left here Saturday as Marietta College escaped with a key 78-76 Ohio Athletic Conference victory against Wilmington College.
Malcolm Heard's double-double of 32 points and 10 rebounds was wasted by the Quakers (10-6, 7-3).
Grenert finished with 13 points while starters Keith Richardson and Andy Stegman scored 12 and 10 markers, respectively for the now 13-4 Pioneers, who improved to 8-2 in the OAC. Garcia grabbed seven rebounds.
Klarke Ransome and R.J. Leppert combined for 27 points in the setback.
Glenville State 103, Concord 92
GLENVILLE - Starting in place of injured Lamar Mallory, Glenville State's Jordan McCloud hit 10 of 12 field goals and tallied a game-high 27 points as the host Pioneers dropped Concord, 103-92, here Saturday in Mountain East Conference play.
Both teams shot better than 55 percent from the floor, but the G-men (10-6, 7-5) led 49-37 at halftime.
Reggie Williams flirted with a triple-double, going for 13 points and game-highs of 10 assists and eight rebounds in the victory. Donte Morales added 25 points, Kevin Gray had 15 and Lamont Cole tallied 13 for GSC, which plays host Thursday to Virginia-Wise.
The Mountain Lions (5-13, 2-10) had a quartet of players in double figures, led by Cam Shannon's 25.
Glenville State 108, Concord 89
GLENVILLE - Andrea Bertrand went off for 30 points and Sissy Wagner had 20, but it wasn't nearly enough for visiting Concord here Saturday afternoon as the Mountain Lions fell at Glenville State, 108-89, in Mountain East Conference action.
The Pioneers, now 16-2 overall and 11-1 in the MEC with a home game slated for 5:30 p.m. Thursday versus Virginia-Wise, had a balanced scoring attack. Kenyona Simmons (19) and Tiffani Huffman (18) led the way. Tasia Bistow and Kenyell Goodson scored 12 points apiece, Keyanna Tate had 11 and Ginny Mills tallied 10 markers.
GSC, which led 53-42 at intermission, also received four points, 11 boards and four blocked shots from Aesha Peters.
Bertrand had a game-high 14 rebounds for the Mountain Lions (8-7, 6-6). Concord's Jacqueline Kestner posted a double-double of 17 points and 11 caroms.
Wilmington 103, Marietta 102 (2 OT)
MARIETTA - Visiting Wilmington nipped Marietta College 103-102 in double overtime Saturday afternoon, finally notching the win with a 14-13 point advantage in the second extra period.
The host Pioneers, now 8-9 overall and 2-8 in the OAC, held a 38-32 lead at halftime, but by the end of regulation play, the score was tied at 82. After a 7-7 standoff in the first OT session, the Quakers slipped past MC by a single point in the second overtime period.
Wilmington (10-7, 7-3 OAC) was led in point-production by Makenzie Wippel with 20, followed by Spencer Robles with 19, Hannah Haeseker with 15 and Brittaney Jefferson with 11.
Marietta was paced in scoring by Jessica Brogan with 23 points, Emily Sabatino with 21 points, including five treys, and Candice Alexander with 12.
The Pios' next game finds them playing at Otterbein at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.