POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Sydney Coffey and Casey Dulin each scored four points in the final 33 seconds to give Marist a 76-69 upset win over No. 20 Oklahoma Saturday.
Emma O'Connor drilled a 3-pointer and followed it with a layup to give Marist (7-4) the lead, 53-51 with under 10 minutes left.
The Sooners tied the game on a pair of free throws by Gioya Carter with 2:38 left, but Dulin found Leanne Ockenden for a layup with 1:17 left and followed that with a layup of her own and added a pair of free throws to give the Red Foxes a six-point advantage with :24 left.
Aaryn Ellenberg's jumper cut the Marist lead to four, 72-68, but Coffey answered with a layup and closed the scoring with a pair of free throws.
Coffey finished with 25 points with Dulin and Ockenden each adding 17.
Sharane Campbell led Oklahoma (8-4) with 17 points.
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