DAVIDSON, N.C. — Despite a miraculous three-point shot by Ryan Daly that sent the game into overtime, St. Joseph’s fell to Davidson, 89-83.

Luka Brajkovic scored six of his 17 points in overtime to carry the Wildcats over the Hawks in a game pitting two programs in search of their first Atlantic 10 victory of the season.

Daly missed a long-range jumper to tie the game with 10 seconds left but redirected a pass into a desperation three-pointer at the buzzer to tie the game, 76-76, and force an extra period.

In what many are calling the shot of the year, Daly redirected a pass from Myles Douglas while on the run, tossed it toward the basket without looking while on one foot, keeping his left foot behind the three-point line.

But Jon Axel Gudmundsson got the Wildcats off to strong start in OT, hitting the second of two free throws and adding a layup in the first minute. Brajkovic hit two free throws and scored in close to make it 85-81, then added two more free throws in the final minute to push the lead to 87-83.

Gudmundsson finished with 29 points, converting 10-of-13 shots from the line, grabbed nine rebounds, and collected four steals to lead Davidson (7-8, 1-2 Atlantic 10). Brajkovic added 17 points and grabbed eight boards while Kellan Grady contributed 14 points, and Carter Collins added 13 more.

Daly finished with 28 points, eight rebounds and three assists to lead St. Joseph’s (3-13, 0-4). Cameron Brown contributed 14 points and Lorenzo Edwards added 10.