Published: Fri, March 16, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

11-seed Loyola Chicago upsets Miami with 28-foot shot at buzzer

11-seed Loyola Chicago upsets Miami with 28-foot shot at buzzer

Loyola Chicago pulled off the 2018 NCAA Tournament's first big upset on a last-second 3-pointer by Donte Ingram to lift the Ramblers over the Miami Hurricanes.

Even before Donte Ingram's shot left his hands, carrying the hopes and prayers of Loyola-Chicago fans and the Ramblers' N.C.A.A. tournament destiny with it, Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt knew that Ingram would be the one to take the shot.

Look for the Hurricanes to put plenty of pressure on Loyola-Chicago in the early going as Miami allowed just over 30 first-half points per game this season, ranking inside the top 30 in the country in that category.

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"It went through the net and then I just..."

The NCAA has not announced a time for the game yet.

Seton Hall (22-11) survived in large part because the Wolfpack struggled from the free-throw stripe, where they shot just 59.3 percent, 16 of 27. "We prayed that God would help us", she said.

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Johnathan Williams had 19 points and 13 rebounds, and Zach Norvell Jr. scored 15 points, including a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 20.8 seconds left, as the Bulldogs escaped with a victory over the Spartans in Boise, Idaho. He squared up and buried a attractive left-handed jumper for one of the biggest shots in Dallas since the days of J.R. Ewing.

"After they made that shot, I mean, it's definitely a dagger to the heart", said Walker, who led the Hurricanes with 12 points. That was enough time for the Ramblers to jet up the court, find Ingram and score the game-winner. "I had a complete out-of-body experience on the court", said guard Lucas Williamson, who also admitted that he felt like he "blacked out" after the shot went in. "We give the glory to him".

"One Shining Moment.... Your Were Willing to Try".

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The final play was Ingram's buzzer-beating three-pointer. "He blessed me, being able to coach resilient kids".

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