Monday's basketball: Oakland loses on last-second tip-in
Rochester — Jorden Kaufman, who had 18 points and 13 rebounds, tipped in a shot with one second remaining Monday night for Youngstown State, which upset Oakland, 100-98, on Monday night in the Horizon League opener.
Kaufman tipped in a missed layup by Cameron Morse. Officials reviewed the play and after a lengthy delay, gave Kaufman credit for the basket.
Latin Davis hit his first 3-pointer of the game to give Youngstown State a 98-95 lead with 51.9 seconds left.
Nick Daniels missed a 3-pointer on Oakland's next possession but Martez Walker grabbed the offensive rebound and Kay Felder hit a contested 3-pointer to make it 98-98 with 32 seconds left.
Nick Daniels scored 21 for Oakland, which suffered its first home loss this season.
Jalen Hayes had 16 points and 12 rebounds, Martez Walker scored 13 and Sherron Dorsey-Walker 12.
Felder, who had 23 points and 14 assists for the Grizzlies (9-6, 0-1), earlier was named the Horizon League player of the week.
Felder averaged 24.3 points, 8.7 assists and 3.3 steals in three games for the Golden Grizzlies last week. The junior guard claimed his fourth Horizon League player of the week recognition this season.
Morse led Youngstown State (6-9, 1-1 Horizon), which shot 16-for-32 from 3-point range, with 23 points.
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(At) Detroit 88, Cleveland State 80: Paris Bass had 28 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Titans (8-5, 2-0 Horizon).
Anton Wilson scored 19, Carlton Brundridge 11 and Gerald Blacshear 10 for Detroit.
(At) Detroit 82, Cleveland State 68: Nicole Urbanik scored 24 and hit six 3-pointers for Detroit (5-8, 1-1 Horizon).
Rosanna Reynolds scored 18, and Brianne Cohen and Brittney Jackson had 12 apiece.
First-year Detroit coach Bernard Scott was an assistant at Cleveland State before moving to Detroit.
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(At) Virginia Tech 70, No. 4 Virginia 68: Zach LeDay of Virginia Tech scored 18 of his 22 points in the second half and blocked London Perrantes’ attempt to tie the game in the final seconds.
The Hokies (10-5, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) got 16 points from Justin Bibbs and 13 from Seth Allen in ending a seven-game losing streak against their in-state rivals.
Perrantes hit six 3-pointers in the second half and led Virginia (12-2, 1-1) with 22 points, but LeDay swatted his driving layup in the final seconds, preserving Virginia Tech’s slim margin.
Anthony Gill added 17 points for Virginia, which outrebounded the Hokies and shot better, but had 16 turnovers that led to 26 points for Virginia Tech.
No. 6 North Carolina 106, (at) Florida State 90: Brice Johnson had career-highs of 39 points and 23 rebounds to lead North Carolina (14-2, 3-0 Atlantic Coast Conference).
It was the first 30-point, 20-rebound game in North Carolina history and it was the first 20-20 game for a Tar Heels player since Tyler Zeller had 20 points and 22 rebounds against Ohio in the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
Marcus Paige scored 26 for the Tar Heels, who have won seven straight.
After winning six straight, the Seminoles (10-4, 0-2) have lost two in a row.
No. 17 West Virginia 95, (at) TCU 87: Jaysean Paige scored seven of his 20 in a late 14-2 run for West Virginia (13-1, 2-0 Big 12), which won its sixth straight.