Scores

Final 4OT

Ohio 107

(6-5, 1-1 away)

St. Bonaventure 112

(6-3, 3-1 home)

    2:00 PM ET, December 18, 2010

    Reilly Center, Saint Bonaventure, New York

    1 2 OT 2OT 3OT 4OT T
    OHIO 36 39 12 10 2 8107
    SBON 36 39 12 10 2 13112

    Top Performers

    Ohio: D. Cooper 43 Pts, 8 Reb, 13 Ast, 8 Stl

    St. Bonaventure: A. Nicholson 44 Pts, 12 Reb, 5 Ast, 1 Blk

    Andrew Nicholson's 44 points lifts St. Bonaventure after four overtimes

    Associated Press

    ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. -- Andrew Nicholson had 44 points and 12 rebounds, and St. Bonaventure survived the longest game in school history to beat Ohio 112-107 in four overtimes Saturday.

    Nicholson, who topped 1,000 points in his career earlier in the week, scored five of the first seven points for the Bonnies (6-3) in the final overtime for a 106-101 lead with 52 seconds remaining. The Bonnies made 7 of 8 free throw attempts in the fourth overtime but only 6 of 18 in the first three extra periods.

    The score was tied 17 times and neither team led by more than 10 points.

    Demetrius Conger added 23 points and 12 rebounds, Michael Davenport had 19 points and Ogo Adegboye 13 for the Bonnies, who won for the third time in the past four games.

    D.J. Cooper had 43 points and 13 assists to lead the Bobcats (6-5). Tommy Freeman added 17 points and Ivo Baltic had 13.

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    Team Stat Comparison

     
    OHIO
    SBON
    Points 107 112
    FG Made-Attempted 40-101 (.396) 38-67 (.567)
    3P Made-Attempted 9-40 (.225) 6-18 (.333)
    FT Made-Attempted 18-24 (.750) 30-48 (.625)
    Fouls (Tech/Flagrant) 34 (0/0) 19 (0/0)
    Largest Lead 6 10

    2010-11 Season

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    Research Notes

    D.J. Cooper attempted 41 field goals (made 17) in Ohio University's 112-107 4OT loss vs St. Bonaventure. That is the most field goal attempts by ANY player over the last 15 seasons.

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