San Francisco holds off LMU 69-67 in wild finish
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jordan Ratinho scored 17 points and San Francisco held off Loyola Marymount 69-67 in a wild finish on Saturday night.
The Lions used a 14-5 run to cap the scoring with nine seconds left. Shabazz took the final inbound and attempted a cross-court pass to Ratinho, but Erik Johansson intercepted the ball. Johansson tossed it to Leaupepe who returned it right back.
Johansson then attempted a deep 3-pointer, but the ball rimmed out and was swatted around by three players before Taavi Jurkatamm secured it for the Dons to end the game.