UMKC 64, Wofford 58

Reggie Chamberlain scored 22 points and made eight free throws

in the final 58 seconds of overtime to lead UMKC to a 64-58 victory

against Wofford in the Chicago Invitational Challenge on

Friday.

Trinity Hall added 16 points and Estan Tyler eight points and

six rebounds for the Kangaroos (2-4). Tyler’s 3-pointer helped UMKC

build a five-point lead in overtime, and Chamberlain protected it

at the line.

Brad Loesing scored 20 points and Lee Skinner 13 for the

Terriers (2-3).

Chamberlain was vital in forcing the extra period, scoring the

last four points of regulation on two free throws and a layup to

knot the score at 49-49.