TEMPE, Ariz. -- Courtney Ekmark's two free throws with under a second remaining capped a 20-0 run and No. 19 Arizona State stunned Utah 60-58 on Sunday.
Andrea Torres' 3-pointer with 8:09 left extended a Utes lead to 18 points but those would be the only points scored by Utah in the final period. Robbi Ryan, who scored 10 of her 11 points in the quarter, tied the game on a 3-pointer with 11.5 seconds left. Torres was called for an offensive foul and Ekmark was then fouled on a 3-point try by Dru Gylten. Ekmark made the first two free throws and Utah ended the game with its ninth turnover.
Arizona State made its first five shots in the fourth quarter, finishing 8 of 13 in the period. Utah was 1 of 10.
Utah scored the first seven points of the game and led until Ekmark's game-winning free throws.
Ekmark finished with 15 points and Kianna Ibis 10 for the Sun Devils (18-6, 9-4 Pac-12), who won their fifth straight game. They won at Utah, 65-63, on Jan. 4.
Megan Huff scored 15 points, Gylten 12 and Kiana Moore 10 for Utah (18-7, 7-7), which lost its sixth straight.
Ex-Baylor assistant coach Wilson joins Michigan
Michigan has hired Toyelle Wilson as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for its women's basketball team.
Treasure Hunt and Hamilton Heights Christian get biggest win after girls' basketball season
First elite recruit Treasure Hunt won a USA Basketball national title. Then she learned that her school was saved.
NCAA explores compensation for names, likeness
Big East commissioner Val Ackerman and Ohio State AD Gene Smith will head a new NCAA working group considering how rules can be modified to allow athletes to be compensated for use of their names, images and likenesses.