Chasson Randle scored a career-high 35 points to lead Stanford to a 74-65 victory against visiting Rhode Island in the second round of the NIT on Sunday.
Randle came into the game with 2,275 career points, third on Stanford’s all-time list, and now needs 27 to break Todd Lichti’s school record.
Anthony Brown had 16 points for Stanford (21-13) and Stefan Nastic added seven points with 11 rebounds. Randle made 9 of 16 from the field and 15 of 19 free throws.
E.C. Matthews had 24 points and seven rebounds to lead Rhode Island (23-10).
Richmond 76, Arizona State 70 (OT): Kendall Anthony scored seven of his 21 points in overtime after the Spiders rallied late in regulation to beat the Sun Devils in Richmond, Virginia.
The Spiders (21-13) trailed for most of the second half before pulling even on a free throw by T.J. Cline with 1:05 to play. The Sun Devils (18-16) had three chances to win it, but came up short.
Gerry Blakes scored 19 points, Shaquielle McKissic had 18 points and 11 rebounds, and Savon Goodman had 14 points and 17 rebounds. The Sun Devils, who won at 2014 national champion Connecticut in the first round, outrebounded Richmond 46-30.
Temple 90, George Washington 77: In Philadelphia, Will Cummings scored 21 points, Jesse Morgan had 20 and the Owls beat the Colonials.
Devin Coleman added 13 points and Jaylen Bond finished with eight points and 15 rebounds for the top-seeded Owls (25-10).
Kethan Savage led George Washington (22-13) with 25 points.
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