Levance Fields hit a three-pointer with 4.7 seconds left in overtime to give No. 11 Pittsburgh a 65-64 victory over No. 6 Duke in a matchup of unbeatens last night at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Duke's Jon Scheyer took a running three and was able to grab the rebound and get off a final shot, but it was another miss for the Blue Devils (10-1).
Fields, who finished with 21 points for the Panthers (11-0), hit all three of Pittsburgh's three-pointers in the game. The second one he made was part of a 12-0 run that gave the Panthers a 50-49 lead with 5 minutes, 27 seconds to play in regulation.
Sam Young scored 17 points for Pittsburgh.
The loss snapped Duke's 36-game winning streak in December. The Blue Devils' last loss in the 12th month was by 84-83 to Stanford on Dec. 21, 2000.
Oklahoma 72, Gonzaga 68 -
Longar Longar scored 16 points, including the go-ahead basket, and the Sooners overcame a scintillating performance by Jeremy Pargo to upset the No. 18 Bulldogs in Oklahoma City.
For a time, it appeared Pargo would will Gonzaga (9-3) to victory with the most impressive performance of his career, but he ran dry with just enough time for Oklahoma (9-3) to rally.
Pargo hit five straight shots and scored all of the Zags' points during a 12-5 surge that propelled Gonzaga into the lead late in the second half but then couldn't connect in crunch time to finish the game.
Miami 85, North Florida 63 -
Jack McClinton and Dwayne Collins each scored 13 points to lead the No. 22 Hurricanes to a victory over the Ospreys in Coral Gables, Fla.
Miami (11-0) is three shy of matching its previous best start, in the 2001-02 season.
Tom Hammonds scored 13 points for North Florida (1-9). For the Ospreys, it was their second consecutive defeat in a two-game South Florida trip after losing at Florida Atlantic, 70-64, on Tuesday.
Clemson 90, Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 73 -
K.C. Rivers had 21 points and 11 rebounds to help the No. 15 Tigers (9-0) roll over the host team in the San Juan Shootout in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.
Steven Ramirez led Puerto Rico-Mayaguez (1-11) with 21 points and seven assists.
George Washington 66, Texas A&M 65 -
Sarah-Jo Lawrence scored a career-high 29 points, including a game-tying three-pointer at the end of regulation, and the host Colonials (9-3) upset the No. 10 Aggies (9-2) in Washington. Patrice Reado scored 21 and had 10 rebounds for Texas A&M.
North Carolina 93, Western Kentucky 60 -
Rashanda McCants had 19 points to lead the No. 3 Tar Heels (12-1) over the Hill Toppers (6-4) in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Maryland 71, James Madison 65 -
Cheltenham's Laura Harper scored 24 points and the No. 4 Terrapins (14-1) rallied to beat the host Dukes (6-3) in Harrisonburg, Va., ending the longest Division I home winning streak at 30 games.
Oklahoma 121, Central Arkansas 48 -
Courtney Paris recorded her 71st consecutive double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds and the No. 9 Sooners (8-2) tied their single-game scoring mark in the rout of the Sugar Bears (2-8) in Norman, Okla.
DePaul 102, Northwestern 64 -
Allie Quigley scored 31 points to lead the No. 15 Blue Demons (10-0) over the host Wildcats (4-8) in Evanston, Ill. Nadia Bibbs scored 25 points for Northwestern.
Michigan State 73, Providence 35 -
Brittney Thomas scored 15 points and Kalisha Keane added 14 to lead the No. 23 Spartans (8-3) to a rout of the Friars (8-3) in Providence, R.I.
Old Dominion 70, Delaware State 28 -
Jessica Canady had 12 points and 13 rebounds to help the No. 25 Monarchs (7-3) clobber the visiting Hornets (3-7) in Norfolk, Va.
La Salle 66, Appalachian State 62 -
The Explorers (5-6) rallied in the second half from a 14-point deficit to beat the Mountaineers (2-8) as Jamie Walsh scored a career-high 23 points in the Central Florida Classic in Orlando, Fla.