Rochester ó Duke Mondy hit a 3-pointer as time expired and Oakland secured a 76-75 comeback over Illinois-Chicago on Saturday.
Oakland led 2-0 to start but trailed the rest of the way until Travis Bader made a 3-pointer with 4:20 to play. In the remaining minutes there were five lead changes and two ties.
Illinois-Chicago was ahead by two with 4.4 seconds to go but Mondy responded with his 3 to end the game.
Mondy finished with 11 points and six steals, and Kahlil Felder led Oakland (8-14, 3-4 Horizon League) with 21 points.
Jordan Harks scored 21 for Illinois-Chicago as the team shot 56 percent (28-of-50) from the floor. Despite accurate shooting, the Flames (5-16, 0-7) turned the ball over four times in the last 6 minutes ó giving up eight points ó and ended with 22 turnovers.
The victory was the 250th for Oakland since it joined Division I 15 years ago.
Ohio 58, (at) Eastern Michigan 56
Javarez Willis hit a winning 3-pointer with 28 seconds to play as Ohio rallied for the victory.
Ohio trailed the entire game before Willisí big basket, which capped a 12-0 run. The Bobcats were behind 55-46 with 4:20 left. Nick Kellogg also made a 3-pointer during the run and Josh Smith and Maurice Ndour both made two baskets. Ndourís last make tied the game at 55 with 1:36 remaining.
Stevie Taylor led Ohio (14-5, 4-2 MAC) with 14 points. Kellogg and Willis added 12 apiece for the Bobcats. Willis made a season-high four 3-pointers on the day.
Eastern Michigan (11-8, 3-3) was paced by Glenn Bryant with 14 points and Karrington Ward added 13.
Akron 84, (at) Central Michigan 72
Quincy Diggs had 19 points and Demetrius Treadwell added 15 points and 14 rebounds as Akron stormed past Central Michigan.
Akron (13-5, 5-1) also got 15 points from Jake Kretzer.
Blake Hibbits led Central (7-11, 0-6) with 21 points, and Chris Fowler scored 19.
Akron led 41-36 at halftime.
(At) Wayne State 61, Northern Michigan 51
Jamar Ragland had 17 points and Bryan Coleman added 16 as Wayne State pulled away for the victory.
Ragland had 10 points off the bench in the first half as Wayne State built a 36-34 lead.
Wayne State (8-7, 6-6 GLIAC) also held a 36-20 edge in rebounding.
Ethan Blackwell scored 14 tro lead Northern Michigan (4-12, 3-9).
More GLIAC men
* Hillsdale 85, Ashland 74
* Lake Superior State 75, Ferris State 70
* Northwood 71, Grand Valley State 67
* Saginaw Valley State 71, Michigan Tech 69
* Albion 68, Trine 65
* Calvin 95, Olivet 53
* Adrian at Alma, postponed (to be played Monday)
* Kalamazoo at Hope, postponed (to be played Monday)
(At) Milwaukee 81, Detroit 69
Detroit rallied midway through the second half to take the lead, but Milwaukee got its act together and put the game away.
Angela Rodriguez scored 16 to lead Milwaukee (6-12, 2-3 Horizon), while Ashley Green added 14 points and 11 rebounds.
Senee Shearer scored 21 and Tayelor McCalister 17 for Detroit (3-16, 0-6).
(At) Youngstown State 79, Oakland 64
A 22-point first-half deficit was too much for Oakland to overcome.
Heidi Schlegel led Youngstown State (9-9, 5-0) with 25 points, while Liz Hornberger added 18 points and five assists.
For Oakland (8-11, 3-3), which outscored Youngstown State by seven in the second half, Bethany Watterworth led the way with 21 points. Elena Popkey had 13 points to go with five assists.
Central Michigan 113, (at) Western Michigan 87
Central Michigan made a season-high 45 field goals in pummeling its chief rival.
Central (11-8, 7-0 MAC), off to its best conference start under head coach Sue Guevara, got 28 points from Niki DiGuilio, 23 from Crystal Bradford and 20 from Kerby Tamm. Bradford also had 13 rebounds and JasíMine Bracey 17 points and 11 rebounds.
The points and field-goals made are the third-best marks in program history.
Miracle Woods scored 36 and had 11 rebounds for Western (8-9, 4-3).
(At) Wayne State 75, Northern Michigan 72
Wayne State grabbed the lead in the GLIAC North and overall in the conference with its narrow vitory over Northern Michigan.
Kayla Bridges led Wayne State (14-2, 11-1 GLIAC) with 27 points, and Imari Redfield added 15 points and Shareta Brown 12 rebounds.
For Northern Michigan (11-5, 8-4), Alyssa Colla had 23 points.
More GLIAC women
* Ferris State 74, Lake Superior State 71
* Hillsdale 82, Ashland 72
* Northwood 73, Grand Valley State 64
* Saginaw Valley State 63, Michigan Tech 62
* Kalamazoo 77, Albion 55
* Olivet 71, Adrian 59
* Hope at Alma, postponed (to be played Monday)
* Trine at Calvin, postponed (to be played Monday)