Former Madison Memorial standout Tre Brunette’s running shot in the lane with 1.2-seconds left in the second overtime gave South Dakota a 92-91 win over UW-Milwaukee on Thursday night.
The Panthers had a chance to win it in the first overtime but a video review confirmed a whistle and shot clock violation on a put-back attempt by Akeem Springs, which nullified a basket.
The Panthers almost came back from a five-point deficit with just over two minutes to play but fell short.
Matt Tiby had 31 points and 17 rebounds, as he became the 26th Milwaukee player to score one-thousand points for his career.
Five South Dakota players scored in double figures, led by Tyler Hagedorn and D.J. Davis, as the Coyotes improve to seven-and-four while the Panthers dropped to eight-and-four.