Robert Dozier scored 13 points to lead second-ranked Memphis (7-0) to a 62-58 overtime victory over Southern Cal (6-3) last night in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden.
Freshman O.J. Mayo led the Trojans with 15 points.
Michigan State 66, Bradley 61 -
Drew Neitzel's clutch three-pointer started an important run and Raymar Morgan scored 15 points to help ninth-ranked Michigan State (7-1) rally to beat Bradley (6-3)in Peoria, Ill.
Michigan State trailed by nine points in the second half, but Neitzel came through in the latter stages after struggling for most of the game.
His three-pointer with just under five minutes left cut the deficit to 51-50 and started a 7-0 surge that put the Spartans ahead for good at 54-51.
Neitzel also hit three free throws in the final minute to help Michigan State hang on for its fourth straight victory.
Neitzel and Kalin Lucas had 13 points apiece for the Spartans.
Tennessee 76, Chattanooga 70 -
Chris Lofton had 16 points, JaJuan Smith added 13, and 10th-ranked Tennessee survived a scare to beat Chattanooga in Chattanooga, Tenn.
In their first true road test of the season, the Volunteers (8-1) shot a season low of 36 percent from the field. Tennessee's only other games outside Knoxville were at neutral sites, against Texas and West Virginia.
Stephen McDowell had a team high of 14 points for Chattanooga, which fell to 5-30 against its intrastate adversary. Marcus Watts added 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Nicchaeus Doaks 11 points.
Tennessee was outrebounded for the fourth game this season, this time by 43-30, and it almost was costly.
The Mocs (4-4) muscled their way past the Vols for much of the game, but a season high of 34 turnovers cost them a chance to score their second consecutive upset over Tennessee. The Mocs defeated the Vols in the last meeting between the schools, in 2004.
Tennessee found itself trailing by 41-40 with 17 minutes to play. The Vols hit their stride late, and the Mocs tired with the constant pressure from Tennessee's swarming full-court defense, which converted turnovers into points.
The Vols were powered by a 14-4 run that gave them a 61-49 lead, drowning out the once blaring home crowd.
Goldey Beacom 75, West Chester 64
- Lenwood Greenwood had a team high of 19 points for the Golden Rams (3-3) in the nonconference loss in Wilmington.
Lebanon Valley 84, Delaware Valley 47
Jason Seipt had 17 points for the Aggies (0-6) in a nonconference loss to the Flying Dutchmen (3-4) in Annville, Pa.
Luke Harangody had 19 points and a career high of 14 rebounds to lead
to its fourth straight win, a 68-59 victory over
in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden. . . . Brian Laing scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half, while John Garcia posted a double-double of 20 points and 15 rebounds as
85-75, in Newark, N.J. . . . Corey Raji scored 13 points and Tyrelle Blair 11 to lead
to a 61-39 victory over
in Boston, in the schools' first-ever meeting. . . . Will Daniels had 18 points and Jimmy Baron added 17 to lead
in a 71-60 win over
in South Kingstown, R.I. . . . John Baumann scored 29 points, and visiting
four-game winning streak with a 79-65 victory in New York.
Oklahoma State 85, Wichita State 39 -
Andrea Riley scored 22 points, helping 25th-ranked Oklahoma State (8-0) crush Wichita State (3-5) in its return to the rankings for the first time in 11 years.
Danielle Green added 17 points and nine rebounds, and the Cowgirls pulled away after a shaky start to enjoy back-to-back 8-0 starts for the first time in school history.
The return to the top 25 for the first time since February 1996 marked another step forward in a speedy turnaround by third-year coach Kurt Budke.
Ursinus 56, Bryn Mawr 41
- Carolyn Konstanzer had a game high of 17 points as the the visiting Bears (2-3, 2-1 Centennial) prevailed over the Owls (2-4, 0-3). Bryn Mawr's Katie Driscoll had 15 points.
Washington (Md.) 67, Haverford 49
- Sara Cram had 15 points for the Fords (1-5, 0-3 Centennial) in a loss to the Shorewomen (3-2, 1-2) in Haverford.