Melvin Ejim scored 22 points and host Iowa State beat No. 7 Michigan 77-70 Sunday, spoiling Wolverines star Mitch McGary's season debut.
Naz Long added 16 for the Cyclones (3-0), who held McGary to just one point in the second half while notching one of their biggest wins under coach Fred Hoiberg.
McGary, a pre-season first-team All-American who missed two games with a lower back injury, finished with nine points and six rebounds.
Nik Stauskas led Michigan (2-1) with 20 points and Derrick Walton Jr. had 13. Glenn Robinson III was held to 12 points on 4 of 14 shooting.
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Ejim, who also played for the first time after missing two games with a hyperextended left knee, added nine rebounds as Iowa State closed the game on a 23-10 run.
Michigan kept threatening to pull away from the Cyclones in the second half — especially with Iowa State forward Georges Niang on the bench with four fouls.
Ejim kept the Wolverines from doing it.
Belmont 83, No. 12 North Carolina 80: J.J. Mann hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 13.1 seconds left to help Belmont upset No. 12 North Carolina in the Hall of Fame Tipoff.
Mann finished with a career-best 28 points. His last basket gave the Bruins (3-1) an 81-80 lead. The Tar Heels (2-1) had rallied from 11 down in the second half to lead by eight with about 4 minutes left. After Mann's basket, UNC's J.P. Tokoto missed a shot for the lead from near the top of the key. Drew Windler grabbed the loose rebound and threw it ahead to Caleb Chowbay, who scored on a breakaway layup with 0.2 seconds left to seal a stunning win.
Mann hit five three-pointers and added nine rebounds to lead the Bruins, who hit 15 of 37 3s.
Indiana State 83, No. 21 Notre Dame 70: Justin Gant scored 17 points, Manny Arop had 13 and Indiana State beat No. 21 Notre Dame.
Khristian Smith added 15 points for the Sycamores (2-1).
The Sycamores led 40-30 at halftime, but Notre Dame took a 45-44 lead with 15:07 remaining on Austin Burgett's three-point play. Indiana State responded with an 18-3 run to take control of the game.
Indiana State, which knocked off a pair of Top 25 teams last year, limited the Irish to 36 percent shooting and forced 16 turnovers.
Gerogetown 110, Life 103: Deondre McWhorter recorded a double-double as Georgetown took the Jim Reid Classic crown.
Georgetown (6-0) trailed by as many as eight in the first half of a game with eight ties before rallying. McWhorter led the charge with 28 points and 10 rebounds
The Tigers held the largest and only double-digit leads in the second half, but the Running Eagles (5-3) pulled within two late in the fourth. Life called a time out with 2:04 remaining and Georgetown regained composure and breathing room with a 9-0 run.
No. 5 Louisville 97, No. 11 Oklahoma 92 (OT): Making it to the Final Four last year, No. 5 Louisville learned one important lesson. No matter the situation, nothing is impossible.
So when they found themselves down by 15 points to No. 11 Oklahoma, the Cardinals didn't panic. They just kept on playing Louisville basketball. That was enough for them to storm back and earn a hard fought overtime win over the Sooners on Sunday in the Preseason WNIT Championship game.
"I think we are very experienced team." Louisville's Sara Hammond said. "We are veterans. Coach kept telling us don't panic. We had confidence we were going to get stops on defense and get back in this game. And you saw it on the court."
Tia Gibbs scored 23 points and had nine rebounds to lead Louisville. Shoni Schimmel scored 16 points while Asia Taylor had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Hammond, the tournament MVP, posted 13 points and seven rebounds.
North Alabama 83, Bellarmine 62: A double-double by Bellarmine sophomore Sarah Galvin wasn't enough to propel the Knights (0-2) past host North Alabama (2-0).
Galvin's 29 points and 10 rebounds were both career highs. Bellarmine surrendered 31 turnovers which North Alabama turned into 37 points.
DIII player scores 109
Jack Taylor renewed his membership in the Century Club.
Taylor scored 109 points for Division III Grinnell College on Sunday, shooting 24-for-48 on three-pointers in a 173-123 win over Crossroads. He poured in 53 during the first nine minutes of the second half.
The 5-foot-10 guard from Black River Falls, Wis., set an NCAA record for any level by scoring 138 points last Nov. 20 in a 179-104 win over Faith Baptist Bible College.
The only other player to score more than 109 in an NCAA game was Rio Grande's Clarence "Bevo" Francis, who had 113 against Hillsdale in 1954.