Men's Basketball Scoreboard (Dec. 3)

Men's Basketball Scoreboard (Dec. 3)

Denver 75, Southern 74 (OT)
DENVER (AP) - Marcus Byrd scored 20 points and Cam Griffin hit two game-winning free throws Tuesday night and Denver came from behind to beat Southern U 75-74 in overtime.

Denver rallied to lead 32-28 at halftime and Southern took a 56-54 second-half lead on a layup by Yondarius Johnson at 2:59, but Denver tied it at 61 on free throws by Chris Udofia. Denver trailed 67-65 in OT on a trey by Johnson, but pulled ahead 75-71 on free throws by Griffin and survived as Johnson sank another trey at the buzzer.

Brett Olson scored 19 for the Pioneers (2-4), Jalen Love had 14, and Udofia scored 11 and grabbed 12 rebounds.

Johnson led Southern U (2-6) with 16, Calvin Godfrey and Damien Goodwin each scored 13, and Tre Lynch added 11.

The Jaguars outshot and out-rebounded Denver but were hurt by 21 turnovers, 12 steals and 9-of-17 free-throw shooting.

Omaha 100, Waldorf 66
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - CJ Carter scored 15 points and Devin Patterson added 14 as Omaha rolled past Waldorf 100-66 Tuesday night.

The Mavericks (6-3) shot 55.1 percent from the field and dished out 26 assists. They jumped out to an early 20-4 lead capped by 3-pointers from Carter and Marcus Tyus, and coasted to a 52-29 advantage at the break.

Tyus scored 10 points, while Alex Phillips had 11 with six assists. Five Maverick players finished with eight points.

Waldorf (3-3) trailed the entire game, with their smallest deficit of 3-2 after a Jordan Nelson layup coming less than two minutes in before Omaha pulled away. The Warriors committed 22 turnovers and were outrebounded 38-28.

Nelson paced Waldorf with 17 points and seven rebounds. Teddy Gibson and Trey Scott each added 11 points.

Miami (Ohio) 94, Fort Wayne 87
OXFORD, Ohio (AP) - Will Felder scored 26 points, Will Sullivan added 23 and Miami (Ohio) comes back from a 16-point halftime deficit to win its first game of the season, 94-87 over Fort Wayne Tuesday night.

Felder made a pair of free throws to pull Miami within seven with 14:04 remaining. Felder and Sullivan would then go score Miami's next 28 points, capped by Felder's jumper, giving the RedHawks their first lead, 81-80.

Joe Edwards' jumper gave Fort Wayne (6-4) its final lead, 87-85, with 1:21 remaining. Geovonie McKnight answered with a 3-pointer, giving the lead back to the RedHawks, 88-87. Joshua Oswald, McKnight, and Felder combined for 6-of-6 shooting from the line to cap the scoring for Miami.

Fort Wayne missed a layup and two 3-pointers in the final minute. Michael Kibiloski scored 17 points to lead five Mastodons in double figures.