USF men fall in OT to Cleveland State

CLEVELAND — Anton Grady scored 17 points, Charlie Lee had 15 and Andre Yates 13 and Cleveland State held San Francisco without a field goal in overtime to pull out a 69-65 win on Sunday.

Statistically the game was even in the battle between two teams that are now both 6-6.

Three different times USF made just one of two free throws in overtime. Grady and Yates had baskets to put the Vikings ahead 66-63. After USF's last trip to the line with eight seconds left, Trey Lewis iced it by making two free throws at five seconds.

Mark Tollefesen led USF, which had an 11-point lead in the first half, with 17 points. The Dons were up 30-26 at the break. Tim Derksen had 11 but missed a 3-pointer at the end of regulation.

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