Sports News

NCAA Basketball
Scoreboard | Standings | Teams | Leaders | Polls
Final - OT 1 2 OT Tot
41 31 12 84
29 43 19 91
4:46 PM PT5:46 PM MT6:46 PM CT7:46 PM ET12:46 PM GMT8:46 PM 北京时间5:46 PM MST7:46 PM EST, Nov 24, 2019
Virgin Islands Sport & Fitness Center, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands  Attendance: 1,525

Frye leads Bowling Green past Cincinnati 91-84 in OT

ST. THOMAS (AP) Dylan Frye matched his career high with 28 points, including seven in overtime, as Bowling Green beat Cincinnati 91-84 at the Paradise Jam on Sunday night for its fourth consecutive win.

Frye hit three 3-pointers, made 9 of 10 free throws, grabbed nine rebounds and had six assists. Daeqwon Plowden scored 18 points and Justin Turner, Caleb Fields and Trey Diggs each added 10 for Bowling Green (5-1).

Frye made two foul shots, assisted on a layup by Dylan Swingle and then hit a 3-pointer during a 7-0 spurt that gave the Falcons a five-point lead halfway through the extra period. Chris Vogt made the first of two free throws and Jarron Cumberland putback the second to trim Cincinnati's deficit to 81-79 but Plowden made two foul shots with 1:55 to play and the Bearcats got no closer.

Jaevin Cumberland had 21 points for Cincinnati (3-2). Chris McNeal added 17 points and Jarron Cumberland scored 11.

The Bearcats led by nine with three minutes left in regulation, but Frye scored eight points in a 13-4 run capped by Trey Diggs' 3-pointer that forced overtime.

Four Falcons players fouled out and another had four of Bowling Green's 35 fouls as Cincinnati attempted 55 free throws - third most in program history and second most in a Division I game this season (Western Michigan, 57). The Bearcats, however, shot just 56.4% from the stripe, including 7 of 14 in OT.


For more AP college basketball coverage: and


Elements of this story were generated by Automated Insights,, using data from STATS LLC,

Updated November 25, 2019

Sports Data API Powered by STATS © 2020 by STATS PERFORM.
Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of STATS PERFROM is strictly prohibited.