Mitchell Young hit two free throws with 1.1 seconds remaining to put Saint Mary's ahead for the first time all game and gave the Gaels a 70-69 comeback victory over Harvard on Monday night.
Saint Mary's (11-3) trailed by as many as 18 points with 2:35 to go in the first half but used a 16-5 run over the final 6:38 in the second half to extend its home winning streak against nonconference opponents to 17 games.
"I can only speak on the 12 years I've been here, but I can't remember us having one better than that," Gaels coach Randy Bennett said. "Against a good team. It was on ESPN, it was a big game. Those just don't happen very often. To hit the two free throws with 1 second left, it was one of those dream stories."
Young had 16 points and eight rebounds. Jonah Travis led Harvard (7-5) with 19 points.
San Jose State 80, Texas-San Antonio 67: James Kinney had 22 points and seven assists as San Jose State defeated host Texas-San Antonio.
Chris Cunningham had 19 points and eight rebounds and LaVanne Pennington came off the bench to contribute 16 points for the Spartans (7-5, 2-0 WAC). Jeromie Hill led UTSA (4-8, 0-2) with 22 points.
Gonzaga 69, Oklahoma State 68: Kevin Pangos scored 23 points and hit the clinching free throws with 4.3 seconds left, Kelly Olynyk scored all 21 of his points in the second half and No. 10 Gonzaga (13-1) edged No. 22 Oklahoma State in Stillwater, Okla.
Marcus Smart led Oklahoma State (10-2) with 23 points but missed two free throws with 8.7 seconds left with the Cowboys trailing by two.
Oregon 56, Nevada 43: Carlos Emory and Tony Woods had 13 points each, and the host Ducks (11-2) defeated the Wolf Pack (9-6). Dominic Artis (Salesian High-Richmond) scored 10 for Oregon, which is 10-0 at home this season.
Oregon State 84, Texas-Pan American 59: Ahmad Starks had 21 points and host Oregon State (10-3) pulled away from Texas-Pan American (7-9) in the second half.
Syracuse 96, Central Connecticut 62: Michael Carter-Williams scored a career-high 18 points and added 13 assists and No. 7 Syracuse (12-1) beat Central Connecticut State, giving Orange coach Jim Boeheim his 902nd career win to tie Bob Knight for second all-time among Division I men's coaches. Duke's Mike Krzyzewski leads with 939.
Saint Louis 60, New Mexico 46: Cory Remekun scored a career-high 15 points and host Saint Louis (10-3) beat No. 20 New Mexico (13-2).
Santa Clara 70, UNLV 64: Ricki Radanovich scored 14 of her 19 points in the second half as the Broncos (8-5) wrapped up nonconference play by beating UNLV (4-10).
Ruta Zurauskyte had 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Lindsay Leo had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Santa Clara.
Texas-San Antonio 57, San Jose State 54: The Spartans (4-9, 1-1 WAC) used an 18-4 run in the final six minutes to reduce a 17-point deficit to three, but Jayzyl Tauala's 3-point attempt rimmed out with 3 seconds left in a loss at the Event Center. UTSA improved to 7-6, 1-1 in the WAC.
Connecticut 95, Oregon 51: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 19 points and the Huskies (12-0) celebrated their return to the top of the poll with a victory in Eugene, Ore. The Ducks fell to 2-10.
AP top 25: Stanford fell from first to fourth in The Associated Press poll after being routed Saturday by Connecticut, which claimed the No. 1 spot. Cal moved up one spot to seventh.
Wire services contributed to this report.