EDMOND, Okla. -- Central Oklahoma parlayed 16 offensive rebounds into 16 second-chance points, and the Bronchos stunned No. 6 Northeastern State, 77-71 in overtime on Saturday afternoon.

No. 2 Clayton State 86, No. 15 USC-Aiken 76
No. 3 Edinboro 87, Clarion 51
Southern Conn. St. 63, No. 5 Bentley 59
Cent. Okla. 77, No. 6 NE State 71 OT
No. 7 Wayne St. (Neb.) 59, Concordia-St. Paul 54
No. 9 Ashland 71, Findlay 55
No. 19 Fla. South. 59, No. 10 Rollins 56
No. 14 Washburn 60, Missouri W. St. 55
No. 16 Pittsburg St. 72, Central Mo. 67
Truman 78, No. 17 Emporia St. 60
No. 17 IUP 57, Slippery Rock 42
No. 20 Gannon 73, Lock Haven 64
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Despite playing with only nine in uniform, UCO improved to 13-8. NSU had its 11-game winning streak snapped and fell to 17-2.

The Bronchos had a chance to win the game in regulation. With the contest knotted for the 10th time at 65-65 on Cristy Nitz' layup with 23 seconds to go, UCO's Chelsea Robinson and Heather Davis missed short-range jumpers in the paint to force the extra session.

In overtime, NSU scored the first four points on Sarah Green's layup and a pair of free throws from Carrington Fox. However, Davis converted two free throws, Autumn Huffman made a layup and Courtney Harper drilled a trey to put Central Oklahoma ahead for good at 72-69.

The RiverHawks jumped ahead early and led by a dozen in the first half before the Bronchos rallied for a 37-35 halftime edge. NSU opened the second half with a 14-5 spurt to build a 49-42 lead with 11:49 remaining and Megan Fraley scoring five of those points.

Once again, UCO answered with seven consecutive points to tie the game at 49-49.

Despite the loss, Nitz scored a career-high 23 for the RiverHawks and collected a game-high nine rebounds. Jasmine Wright chipped in 15 and Taylor Lewis added 11.

Harper paced UCO with 18, Davis added 16 and Jill Bryan poured in 12.