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.
Brett Winkelman scored 17, Mike Nelson 12 and Lucas Moormann 10 for the Bison.
SFA (5-2) had three players with more than 20 points. Eddie Williams led the way with 25 points, Josh Alexander had 24 and Matt Kingsley chipped in 23 points and 13 rebounds.
NDSU outrebounded the Lumberjacks 48-42.
The game was tied 78-78 at the end of regulation.
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