KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Justin Edler-Davis knocked down three 3-pointers in overtime and scored 13 points in the extra period to spark Cal State-Bakersfield to a 74-64 Western Athletic Conference win over Missouri-Kansas City on Thursday night.
Edler-Davis' third 3 pushed the Roadrunners lead to 10 points, 69-59 with 1:05 left to play.
Shawn Stith hit two free throws with :54 remaining in regulation and both teams missed potential game-winning shots in the closing seconds.
Edler-Davis finished 4 of 9 from long range and totaled 25 points off the bench for Bakersfield (8-10, 2-1). Demonte Buckingham had 16 points and Stith finished with 11 points.
Jordan Giles finished 11 of 13 from the line and scored 19 points to lead UMKC (9-10, 2-3). Brandon McKissic added 15 points and Josiah Allick contributed 10 points and eight rebounds off the Kangaroos bench.
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