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The game was tied 43-43 with 37 seconds left, after Meghan House hit a field goal for the Lynx. With 3.8 seconds left, Daigle was fouled, and made the 1st free throw, before missing the 2nd. It was her only point of the game, but a huge one as it gave the Red Devils the win!
Kyran Jones hit 2 free throws with 0.4 seconds left to send Georgetown back to Kansas City as the Tigers knocked off Indiana Wesleyan, 75-74, in a 2nd round instant classic at Davis-Reid Alumni Gym. Neither team led by more than 7 points in a game that had 6 ties and 11 lead changes.
After playing just 2 minutes in the 1st half due to foul trouble, Drew LaMont knocked down a quick 3 to start the 2nd half, getting GC back within 2. He would force a steal soon after, leading to 2 Jake Ohmer free throws, then hit a jumper to bring the Tigers within 48-46 with 16:44 to go. After a missed IWU 3, Jaquay Wales played long ball and put the Tigers up 49-48. IWU would hit 2 free throws on its next possession, but LaMont answered to put the Tigers back ahead. The Wildcats' Noah Smith then scored 4 straight to give IWU a 54-51 lead with 12:45 remaining. Smith would score at the 10-minute mark, giving IWU its largest lead at 59-53. Kyran Jones then stepped up with a monster 3, cutting the deficit in half. LaMont brought the Tigers back within 1 but IWU countered with another 3, to take a 62-58 lead with just under 8 minutes to play. The Tigers defense tightened up. A missed IWU 3 and turnover gave GC added life. LaMont responded with a 3 and after another IWU turnover, Wales hit one from deep and the Tigers had a 64-62 lead with 5:18 to go. IWU would call a timeout to quiet the raucous Davis-Reid Alumni Gym crowd. Out of the timeout, the LaMont-Wales combo worked again to give GC a 69-64 lead with 3:35 to go. On the brink, the Wildcats showed strong poise and fought back as was the case for both teams all night long. A score, stop, and score brought IWU within 1 with 1:53 to go, and after a Cam Brooks-Harris foul, the Wildcats took the lead with 2 free throws. Georgetown would miss on the ensuing possession and IWU would call a timeout with 51 seconds to go, and a 70-69 lead. They would try to go inside to 7-foot Seth Maxwell but his shot was blocked by LaMont; however, the Wildcats tipped home the rebound for a 72-69 lead with 13 seconds to go.
Jake Ohmer raced down the floor with a score to get GC within 1 with 10 seconds on the clock. Ohmer would foul Noah Smith, who knocked down both free throws. At this point, IWU had only committed 3 fouls in the half, leaving them with 3 to give before Tiger free throws. Ohmer took the inbound and raced up the floor, but by the time the Wildcats used a foul, Ohmer was in the act of shooting a 3-pointer and was awarded 3 free throws with 7 seconds left and the Tigers down, 74-71. He knocked down the first 2 with ease. IWU called a timeout to ice the shooter. It worked. Ohmer missed the 3rd then fouled out going for the rebound. Kyran Jones would re-enter the game, and Head Coach Chris Briggs called for time looking to ice the Wildcats at the line. It worked. The Tigers raced up the floor. Jones put up a shot as IWU was trying to foul. It wasn't called but a foul was called away from the ball, giving the Tigers an inbound chance with exactly 1 second remaining