LOS ANGELES -- — Eli Scott had 20 points, Joe Quintana scored six of his 15 points in overtime, and Loyola Marymount extended its home win streak to seven games, edging past San Diego 72-69 on Tuesday night.
Quintana's jumper with 1:41 remaining in OT gave the Lions the lead for good. Quintana added four throws as the Lions outscored San Diego 11-8 in the extra period.
The Toreros' Finn Sullivan and Pinchuk made each made a layup in the final minute of regulation to force overtime tied at 61.
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