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Harris helps Xavier edge Dayton in OT

Feb 5, 2011 - 10:00 PM Dayton, OH (Sports Network) - Amber Harris' three-point play with 55 seconds left in overtime put Xavier in front, and she later made two free throws to secure the seventh-ranked Musketeers' 70-66 victory over Dayton.

Harris finished with 16 points for Xavier (19-2, 8-0 A-10), which has won nine in a row and recorded another close victory against its in-state rival. The Musketeers pulled out a 63-59 win against Dayton on January 9, thanks to 23 points from Harris.

Special Jennings led the Musketeers on Saturday with 19 points, eight assists, and six rebounds, while Ta'Shia Phillips added 13 points. Tyeasha Moss added 10 rebounds and eight points.

Justine Raterman posted 25 points and seven rebounds for the Flyers (15-8, 6-3), who had won five in a row.

Xavier held a 23-20 edge at halftime and expanded its lead to 38-29 with 13 minutes left in regulation. But Raterman followed with a jumper and a three- pointer, and Dayton stayed close down the stretch.

Raterman hit another three with 4:18 to play, bringing the Flyers within 54-53. They then pulled ahead with 1:14 left, when Patrice Lalor sank a three for a 60-57 edge, but Xavier's Katie Rutan drilled a shot from beyond the arc several possessions later to force overtime.

After Harris' three-point play gave Xavier a 67-64 edge, Dayton's Kristin Daugherty missed a jumper and Jennings made 1-of-2 free throws. Lalor got to the line with 16 seconds remaining and sank both attempts, trimming the Flyers' deficit to 68-66, but Harris went 2-for-2 moments later to seal the outcome.