The free throw line is often called "the charity stripe" because getting there is supposed to provide an easy way to tally points. In Western Illinois' Morgan Blumer's case, that proves true at both ends of the floor.
With time winding down in the first half of Wednesday's women's basketball game between WIU and IUPUI, Blumer launched a last-second over-hand heave from behind the far free throw line. As the buzzer sounded, the prayer caught all net for the long 3-pointer.
The three-quarter heave gave WIU a 40-30 edge heading into the halftime break, although the Leathernecks would eventually fall 76-72.