Harrow put on a spectacular second half performance in New Orleans in scoring at will in helping Georgia State build a nine-point lead with
three minutes remaining in regulation.
But the Panthers got conservative down the stretch and the Ragin' Cajuns rallied to force the extra session with a layup with 1.4 seconds remaining. In overtime, Harrow, who hit 13 of 22 shots from the floor and pulled down seven rebounds, had a chance to win it at the buzzer, but his off-balance, driving bank shot was off the mark.
Harrow and teammate R.J. Hunter were named to the all-tournament team.
The Panthers, 25-7, had won 22 of their previous 23 games, including both meetings with Louisiana-Lafayette, before Sunday’s
The season’s not done, though, as the program picked up its fifth postseason berth in school history Sunday night as the Sun Belt Conference regular-season champion Panthers were selected to play in the National Invitation Tournament.
The Panthers open the postseason as a No. 6 seed and will face Clemson, a No. 3 seed, on the road on Tuesday, March 18. GSU and the Tigers will play at 9 p.m. ET in a game seen nationally on ESPNU.