EDINBURG, Texas -- Perrion Callendret's layup with one second remaining in double-overtime lifted Idaho over Texas-Pan American 86-85 Thursday.
The layup accounted for Callendret's only points in the game. The Vandals (7-10, 1-2 Western Athletic Conference) were led by Connor Hill with 28 points, while Stephen Madison had 19 points and 14 rebounds, Glen Dean added 13 points and Sekou Wiggs 12.
Farrell made a layup and a pair of free throws to give UTPA a 77-75 lead at the start of the second OT, then made another pair of free throws with 59 seconds to give the Broncs a 5-point lead at 84-79.
But Wiggs made four consecutive free throws to draw the Vandals back to one with 33 seconds before Callendret's heroics ended the affair.
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