SAINT BONAVENTURE, N.Y. -- Sincere Carry had 18 points and 11 assists to lift Duquesne to an 81-77 overtime win over St. Bonaventure on Wednesday night.
Osun Osunniyi scored a career-high 23 points plus 13 rebounds and three blocks for the Bonnies (18-10, 10-5). Jaren English added 15 points. Kyle Lofton had 14 points and seven assists. Dominick Welch tied a career high with 14 rebounds plus 10 points.
Carry and Lofton were the only players to score in the final minute of regulation, Carry making two free throws to tie it at 71 with 13 seconds remaining. Duquesne opened overtime with a 3-pointer by Baylee Steele and maintained the lead to the end. The Bonnies did not score after English made two free throws with 1:03 to go.
The result dropped St. Bonaventure to fourth place in the league standings with three games to play. Duquesne moved up to a tie for fifth place.
The Dukes evened the season series against the Bonnies with the win. St. Bonaventure defeated Duquesne 83-80 on Feb. 8.
Duquesne plays George Mason at home on Saturday. St. Bonaventure matches up against La Salle on the road on Saturday.
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