Found February 08, 2013 on Diehardsport:
The Marist basketball team has had a difficult season to say the least, currently finding themselves in last place in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.  On Thursday night though, their season finally gave the fans and players something to be happy about.Sophomore guard Chavaughn Lewis received the inbounds past with 2.6 seconds left in overtime.  Trailing their conference rival Iona 94-91, Lewis heaved a desperation shot from about 65 feet out and drilled it.  The game went to a second overtime, where the Red Foxes pulled out the win after their miraculous tie, 105-104.You can see just how devastating of a shot it was for Marist to make by the Iona players’ reaction.[Lost Lettermen]

Video: Marist Hits 65-foot Buzzer Beater to Force 2nd OT

The talk in college basketball today is all about Tyler Griffey’s layup as time expired to give Illinois an upset win over top-ranked Indiana. While no play last night had a bigger impact on the landscape of college basketball, Marist’s Chavaughn Lewis gave us a more impressive buzzer beater. With Lewis’s Red Foxes trailing the host Iona Gaels by three points in overtime with...

ICYMI: 65 Footer at Buzzer to Force 2nd Overtime, Marist Wins

((ht: Don't know how we missed this one, because based on the highlights, it was a sight to see. Marist and Iona played a game Thursday night that will live in folklore for a long, long time. The Red Foxes and Gaels went to overtime and Marist trailed by 3, when Chavaughn Lewis launched a 65-foot runner as time ran out. It went in. Chaos ensued, the game...
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