Marquette edges Arizona State

• MARQUETTE 78, ARIZONA ST. 73 (OT): Henry Ellenson, a 6-11 freshman forward, scored 14 of his 18 points after halftime leading the Golden Eagles over the Sun Devils in the championship game of the Legends Classic on Tuesday night in New York City. Ellenson of Rice Lake, Wis., was named the tournament's MVP. His older brother Wally played for the Gophers before transferring to Marquette; he is a redshirt junior.

• NORTH CAROLINA ST. 83, NO. 22 LOUISIANA ST. 72 (OT): Anthony Barber scored 20 points as the Wolfpack beat LSU (3-2) in a Legends Classic consolation game. Five players reached double figures for North Carolina State (3-2), which led by 12 early in the second half. Barber scored six of his points in overtime when the Wolfpack outscored the Tigers 18-7. LSU star freshman Ben Simmons fouled out early in overtime but had his fourth double-double with 14 rebounds and 10 assists and made a game-tying layup with 38 seconds left in regulation.

Big Ten

• NO. 2 MARYLAND 77, ILLINOIS STATE 66: Rasheed Sulaimon scored 16 points and Melo Trimble added 15 to help the Terrapins beat the Redbirds in the Cancun Challenge in Puerto Aventuras, Mexico. With the score tied at 62, back-to-back three-pointers by Jared Nickens and Sulaimon gave the Terrapins (4-0) a six-point cushion with 3:45 left.

• NO. 13 INDIANA 83, ST. JOHN'S 73: Yogi Ferrell had 22 points and seven assists to lead the Hoosier (4-1) over the Red Storm in the consolation round of the Maui Jim Maui Invitational. Freshman center Thomas Bryant had a career-high 19 points on 7-for-9 shooting for Indiana, which lost to Wake Forest 82-78 in the closing seconds of their opening-round game. Indiana will play UNLV for fifth place Wednesday.

•RADFORD 86, PENN STATE 74: Cameron Jones made five three-pointers and scored 23 points, and the Highlanders (4-2) beat the Nirrany Lions (2-2) at State College, Pa. Rashun Davis added 18 points and YaYa Anderson scored 14 points, including four three-pointers. Radford (4-2). made 12 of 22 three-point shots. Julian Moore led Penn State with a career-high 16 points.

• LOUISIANA TECH 82, OHIO STATE 74: Alex Hamilton had 24 points and Erik McCree had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Bulldogs (4-0) in their win in Columbus. Ohio State (2-2) never led and lost a second consecutive home game to a nonmajor conference opponent after winning its previous 151 back to December 1994. Marc Loving led Ohio State with 25 points;

•NORTHWESTERN 67, MISSOURI 62: Tre Demps and Bryant McIntosh scored 13 points apiece, and the Wildcats (4-1) survived after blowing most of a 20-point first-half lead to beat the Tigers (2-3) in the third-place game of the CBE Classic. Northwestern did not make a field goal for the final 5:41.