SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Dommanic Ingerson scored 23 points,
including eight in overtime, as San Francisco overcame a 19-point
deficit and won its own USF Invitational with a 93-91 victory over
Cal State Fullerton on Saturday night.
The Dons (4-5) never led in regulation and were trailing 74-55
with 7:44 to go when they began a barrage of 3-point baskets that
cut into the Titans' advantage. Fullerton (4-2) still led 78-72
with 2:15 left when Jerome Gumbs successfully followed a San
Francisco miss and Ingerson nailed a 3-pointer to cut the lead to
Bobby Brown kept Fullerton ahead with a layup, but the Dons
pulled even at 80 with seven seconds left on Armando Surratt's
The Dons had a foul to give and used it to disrupt Fullerton's
ensuing sequence. The Titans had two more shots to take the lead,
but Jamaal Brown, who would finish with 39 points, misfired on
Jason Wallace-Carter hit two free throws early in overtime to
give the Dons their first lead of the night.
Jamaal Brown tied it for a final time with a short jumper, but
Ingerson, who scored 20 of his points after halftime, put San
Francisco ahead for good with a couple 3-pointers.
Jamaal Brown opened the game with seven points and pushed the
Titans to a 9-0 lead before San Francisco finally scored after
nearly four minutes.
Fullerton ripped off a 12-1 run late in the first half and led
by 13 at halftime 42-29.
Surratt finished with 18 for the Dons, who shot 67.9 percent
from the field in the second half after hitting just 31.4 percent
in the first.