Sarita Condie made a 3-pointer with 1.3 seconds left in regulation to force overtime, but the Navy women's basketball team was outscored 8-4 in the extra period and fell, 68-64, to host George Mason on Tuesday night.
Condi and Taylor Dunlap made layups for Navy's overtime points. Condi finished with a game-high 20 points, and Dunham, Justice Swett and Kaila Clark (Archbishop Spalding) had 10 points for the Mids.
Navy took a two-point lead at halftime before the Patriots answered with a 19-8 run in the third quarter. The Mids responded with an 18-9 run in the fourth to force overtime. George Mason improved to 7-5, and Navy fell to 7-4.
East Tennessee State 70, Coppin State 58: The Buccaneers (7-7) opened with a 20-9 run to take charge and the Eagles (0-10) lost both of their games at the Miami tournament.
Tianna Tarter scored a game-high 23 poins and Shamauria Bridges had 21 points for East Tennessee State. Tiara Goode led Coppin State with 18 points and Vanessa Neal had 11 points.
Campbell 62, Morgan State 51: Braennan Farrar had a game-high 22 points, but the Bears (2-7) fell to the Camels (7-3) at the Puerto Rico Classic.
Summer Price had 15 points for Campbell.
The Camels only trailed for 57 seconds in the game and shot .488 from the field (21-for-43). Campbell shot a season-best .682 (15-for-22) from the free-throw line.
Campbell defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 51-31, on Monday and was the only team in the event to finish with a 2-0 record.
Louisiana-Monroe 65, Coppin State 53: Marvin Jean-Pierre scored 23 points and Sam McDaniel had 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead the visiting Warhawks.
Joshua Treadwell and Keith Shivers made 3-pointers on consecutive Coppin State possessions with under a minute to play, but Jordon Harris and McDaniel each answered with two free throws to hold off the Eagles.
Dejuan Clayton scored 11 points on 5-of-14 shooting for the Eagles (1-13), who ended a 12-game losing streak Thursday against Division II Goldey-Beacom.
Virginia Military Institute 72, Frostburg State 53: Edwin Cole scored a game-high 17 points, but the Bobcats (1-8) fell to the host Keydets (3-7).
VMI raced out to 40-15 lead at halftime. Frostburg State regrouped in the second half and outscored the Keydets, 38-32, but the damage had been done.
UMBC 120, The Citadel 111, 2OT: Jarius Lyles scored 32 points and had 20 rebounds as host Retrievers (8-3) pulled away from the Bulldogs (7-6) in the second overtime on Monday night.
Lyles became the first UMBC player to score 30 points and have 20 rebounds in a Division I game. UMBC also set a school record for most points in a Division I game, passing the previous high of 115 against Central Connecticut in 1992.