KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Justin Edler-Davis knocked down three 3-pointers in overtime and scored 13 points in the extra period to spark Cal State-Bakersfield to a 74-64 Western Athletic Conference win over Missouri-Kansas City on Thursday night.
Edler-Davis' third 3 pushed the Roadrunners lead to 10 points, 69-59 with 1:05 left to play.
Shawn Stith hit two free throws with :54 remaining in regulation and both teams missed potential game-winning shots in the closing seconds.
Edler-Davis finished 4 of 9 from long range and totaled 25 points off the bench for Bakersfield (8-10, 2-1). Demonte Buckingham had 16 points and Stith finished with 11 points.
Jordan Giles finished 11 of 13 from the line and scored 19 points to lead UMKC (9-10, 2-3). Brandon McKissic added 15 points and Josiah Allick contributed 10 points and eight rebounds off the Kangaroos bench.
Vols slip away with gritty win over Hail State
No. 18 Tennessee wreaks havoc in the paint by shooting 12-of-20 on layups and dunks to escape with a close 56-53 win over Mississippi State.
Is Kentucky done, is UNC really better than Duke and other college basketball questions
An active night in college basketball has prompted a number of pressing questions.
Middle Tenn. looks to end streak vs UAB
UAB (12-2, 5-1) vs. Middle Tennessee (3-9, 1-5)