BALTIMORE -- Dejuan Clayton made seven assists and scored 20 points, including the game-winning jumper with 1 second left in overtime, Coppin State beat Maryland-Eastern Shore 68-67 on Monday night.
Da'Shawn Phillip's 3-pointer put the Hawks up 67-66 with 10 seconds to play before Clayton made his jumper and time expired.
Brendan Medley-Bacon scored 17, grabbed 17 rebounds and blocked three shots and Koby Thomas scored 12 with seven boards for Coppin State (8-18, 4-7 Mideastern Althletic Conference), which outrebounded the Hawks 40-25. Giir Ring had eight rebounds.
Coppin State plays South Carolina State on the road on Saturday. Maryland Eastern Shore faces Bethune-Cookman at home on Saturday.
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