SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Dylan Garrity heaved a buzzer-beating 75-foot 3-pointer at the end of overtime for Sacramento State, shocking Big Sky Conference leading Weber State 78-75 on Saturday night.
The Hornets (8-11, 4-6) were trailing by one when a double technical foul was called on Weber State, giving Mikh McKinney four free throw attempts. McKinney, who finished with 30 points, sank all four to lead 75-72 with seven seconds left.
Weber State (11-7, 8-2) tied the game as Davion Berry sank a contested 3-pointer with less than a second remaining. Garrity corralled the ensuing inbounds pass and swished it from Weber State's 3-point line.
Garrity finished with 13 points and Eric Stuteville had 14 with nine rebounds.
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