PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas — Andre Hollins, a day after scoring 41 points, made three free throws with 0.4 seconds to play to give Minnesota a 66-63 victory over Stanford on Saturday in the fifth-place game of the Battle 4 Atlantis.
Hollins' 41-point effort came against No. 19 Memphis. He only had eight points against Stanford but the last three were the winners.
The game was tied at 63 and Minnesota was inbounding the ball from under its own basket. After an inbounds pass, the ball was tipped away by Stanford's Dwight Powell, who saved it as he was falling out of bounds near midcourt. Hollins calmly corralled the loose ball and dribbled to midcourt where he launched a shot and was hit on the right arm by Stanford's Chasson Randle.
As Randle crouched in front of his bench holding his head as teammates patted him, the officials went to the monitor to see if the foul happened after time expired. They put 0.4 seconds back on the clock and Hollins made all three free throws.
A long pass by Stanford was knocked away by Minnesota and the buzzer sounded.
Hollins, who came within one point of the school record Friday, struggled Saturday, making one of eight from the field but he was 6 of 7 from the free throw line.
Trevor Mbakwe had 19 points and 12 rebounds for the Golden Gophers (6-1), who lost to No. 5 Duke in the opening round. Rodney Williams added 12 points for Minnesota, which went 26 of 35 from the line.
Powell had 22 points for Stanford (4-3), which lost to No. 13 Missouri in the first round, including a stretch late in the second half when he scored 10 straight. Powell tied it at 63 with two free throws with 14.8 seconds left after he was fouled as he drove to the basket.
Powell scored 18 of the Cardinal's final 23 point in the game.
Randle, who has been struggling with his shooting this season, finished 3 of 19 from the field including 2 of 9 from 3-point range.
Colorado State 73, Washington 55
At Seattle, Greg Smith scored 15 points, Dorian Green added 14 and Colorado State outrebounded Washington by 24 in a win over the struggling Huskies.
The Rams (4-0) had more offensive rebounds (24) than Washington had total rebounds (21) as the frontcourt of Smith and Colton Iverson overpowered the Huskies (2-3).
Iverson and Daniel Bejarano each scored 13 points for Colorado State. Iverson and Pierce Hornung had 12 rebounds apiece for the Rams.
C.J. Wilcox, with 28 points, was the only Washington player in double figures.
After a fairly even first half that saw neither team led by more than five points, the Rams took command with a 15-0 run to go on top 47-38 early in the second half.
Washington State 66,Arkansas-Pine Bluff 38
At Pullman, Wash., Royce Woolridge and Brock Motum combined for 28 points to help Washington State beat Arkansas-Pine Bluff and end a three -game losing streak.
Washington State (3-3) led 23-16 at halftime and started the second half on a 9-0 run.
Woolridge and Mike Ladd hit back-to-back 3-pointers to spark a 17-2 run to put the game out of reach at 56-28. The Cougars missed only two shots during the stretch. Woolridge finished the game with four of Washington State's eight 3-pointers.
The Golden Lions were only 6 of 26 (23.1 percent) from the field in the first half, 15-50 (30 percent) for the game. Washington State ended the game 23-48 from the field (47.9 percent).
Terrell Kennedy led Arkansas-Pine Bluff with nine points.
This was the fifth of 11 games on the road for the Golden Lions (1-4). They don't play a home game until January.
No. 14 Creighton 87,Arizona State 73
At Las Vegas, Doug McDermott scored 27 points with nine rebounds to lead Creighton over Arizona State to win the Las Vegas Invitational.
McDermott, the tournament's MVP, was 10 of 19 from the field for the Bluejays (6-0).
Ethan Wragge added 13 points, hitting three 3-pointers for Creighton.
Freshman Jahii Carson led Arizona State (4-1) with a season-high 30 points. He also had seven assists and four steals.