JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Wajid Aminu scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as North Florida beat Jacksonville 80-73 in overtime on Wednesday night.
The Ospreys (13-16, 7-7 Atlantic Sun Conference) took the lead for good, 71-70, on a pair of free throws by Aminu with 3:28 left in the extra period. A layup by J.T. Escobar stretched it to 76-70 and Jacksonville got as close as 76-73 with a minute to go.
North Florida led by two at the break but Jacksonville rallied in the second half to take a 53-45 lead on a Jace Hogan layup with 9:35 to play in regulation. The Ospreys fought back to a 65-64 edge with 16 seconds left, then Jacksonville's JD Notae sank the first of two free throws to tie the score and Horchler missed a jumper at the other end as time expired, forcing the overtime.
Hogan led the Dolphins (12-16, 5-8) with 26 points and 12 rebounds.
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