Senior guard Wesley Dunning sank a 3-pointer with 11 seconds left in the second overtime Monday night to give the
Du'Vaughn Maxwell, a junior transfer, led the way with a season-high 29 points and 10 rebounds for his sixth double-double of the season for HU (10-13, 7-3
Freshman Deron Powers of Williamsburg gave the Pirates a 56-54 lead with 1:29 left in the second half by hitting a pair of free throws. But Tahj Tate hit a 16-foot jumper with 53 seconds left to tie the game at 56. Okoroba nailed a 12-foot jumper with 21 seconds left to put the Pirates back up 58-56.
Maxwell's steal led to his fifth dunk of the night, with nine seconds left in regulation, to put Hampton up 60-56.
Casey Walker hit two free throws with seven seconds left to cut the lead to 60-58, then Brown hit one of two free throws to give Hampton a 61-58 lead. Walker then drained a 3-pointer with three seconds left to tie the game at 61 and force overtime.
HU led most of the first overtime, but Amere May hit a 3 from the top of the key with 18 seconds left to tie the game at 74, forcing a second overtime.
May banked in a 3-pointer with 36 seconds left to give the
The Pirates are off until Saturday, when they will entertain MEAC leader Norfolk State at 7 p.m.
Norfolk State 85,
Junior Pendarvis Williams topped 1,000 career points as Norfolk State earned its 10th consecutive victory.
NSU (16-10) improved to 11-0 in the MEAC thanks to a dominating performance against the Hawks at Echols Hall. Williams led NSU with 17 points – he needed eight coming into the game to reach 1,000 – and NSU tied its season high with 85 points, thanks to an opportunistic run-and-gun offense.
UMES dropped to 1-19 overall, 1-8 in the conference despite a game-high 20 points from Kevin Mays.
NSU, meanwhile, extended its Division I record win streak and maintained first place in the conference, just ahead of
Williams sank a 3-pointer with 1:22 to go in the first half to top 1,000, helping NSU build an 11-point advantage at the break.
Delaware 75, ODU 73