MILWAUKEE -- Luke Harangody returned from injury, and Notre Dame put a stop to Marquette's remarkable recent run of overtime victories with a 63-60 win Saturday.
Tim Abromaitis had 18 points and hit enough late free throws to save the game for the Irish (21-10, 10-8 Big East). Notre Dame scored the first five points of overtime to take control of the game, then held off a late Marquette surge.
Harangody had five points and two rebounds in 11 minutes after missing five games with a bone bruise on his right knee. Notre Dame's Carleton Scott hit a 3-pointer just before the final horn to send the game into overtime.
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