NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Bruce Price scored 30 points and made
three free throws in the last 1:03 of the second overtime to lift
Tennessee State to a 105-101 victory Thursday night over Southeast
The Tigers (7-10, 2-1 Ohio Valley Conference) held Southeast
Missouri (6-9, 1-3) scoreless from 3:57 of the second overtime
until Dainmon Gonner scored with two seconds left.
Tennessee State's Herley Maclin sent the game into overtime by
hitting a 3-pointer with three seconds left, tying the game at 80.
Price tied a school record set in 1971 by Ted McLain by making
18 of 20 free throws.
Gonner led Southeast Missouri with 37 points, including hitting
15 of 26 from the floor.
Tennessee State took the lead for good in the second overtime
when Roshaun Bowens made a layup with 3:10 left to make it 101-99.
Southeast Missouri led 48-37 at halftime, but the Tigers
gradually cut into the lead until Maclin tied it.
Tennessee State made 33 of 37 free throws, while Southeast
Missouri was 15 of 25.