Free throws lift Winthrop to double-OT win
Adam Pickett sank two free throws with 4 seconds left in the second overtime to give Winthrop an 80-78 Big South win over Charleston Southern.
Winthrop led 78-75 with 15 seconds left when Charleston Southern’s Christian Keeling sank a 3-pointer. After a Winthrop timeout, Pickett drew a foul and hit both free throws.
Pickett had 20 points for Winthrop (18-10, 10-5). Bjorn Broman added 15 points on four 3-pointers. Keeling had 22 points and 12 rebounds for the Bucs (13-14, 7-7).
Appalachian State 92, Georgia Southern 69: In Boone, Tookie Brown had 28 points as the visiting Eagles (18-10, 10-5 Sun Belt) routed the Mountaineers (9-18, 4-10).
Simeon Carter had 18 points for Georgia Southern, which won its fourth straight game. Justin Forrest had 15 points for App State. Ronshad Shabazz added 12 points and Isaac Johnson had 12 rebounds. Campbell 74, Longwood 72: Chris Clemons scored 41 points and blocked the potential game-winning shot attempt to help the visiting Camels (17-11, 10-4 Big South) beat the Lancers (15-15, 5-10).
Clemons moved past Harry Kelly of Texas Southern into sixth on the NCAA Division I career scoring list. Clemons has scored 3,074 points in 125 games (24.6 points per game) and reached double-figure scoring in 110 straight games for third all-time in that category. Wofford 72, Furman 64: In Greenville, S.C., Fletcher Magee had 23 points as the Terriers (24-4, 16-0 Southern) won their 15th consecutive game, defeating the Paladins (22-6, 11-5).
Cameron Jackson had 18 points and nine rebounds for Wofford. Magee has 477 3-pointers in his career, 27 behind the NCAA record set by Oakland’s Travis Bader.
QUEENS WINS TITLE
Queens 102, CarsonNewman 88: In Jefferson City, Tenn., Blake Morrow made four 3-pointers and scored 21 points in 18 minutes as the visiting Royals (25-3, 17-1) beat the Eagles (13-13, 6-12) to clinch their first outright South Atlantic Conference regular-season title.
Shaun Willett added 19 points and eight rebounds, Lewis Diankulu had 16 points and eight rebounds, and Kenny Dye chipped in with 13 points and seven assists for Queens.