Point guard Jill Ingram drove the lane for a basket with four seconds left and freshman Chioma Nnamaka scored a career-high 30 as Georgia Tech defeated Florida State 59-58 Thursday night in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both.
With the Seminoles leading 55-54 with 38 seconds left, Nnamaka hit a 3-pointer to put the Yellow Jackets up by two. FSU's Ganiyat Adeduntan missed a jumper with 16 seconds left but rebounded and dished to Alicia Gladden, who made a layup with 12 seconds left.
Ingram then took the inbounds and drove the lane between two defenders to give Georgia Tech (10-2) its first ACC road win since it beat FSU (13-2) a year ago.
Roneeka Hodges led the Seminoles with 19 points and Gladden added 17.
UF 68, ARKANSAS 56: Tamia Williams tied her career high with 23 points to lead the visiting Gators (10-4, 1-0 SEC) past the Razorbacks (10-3, 0-2) for their first win in a conference opener since 2000-01.
FAMU 81, B-CC 47: Charon Williams scored 18 on a school-record six 3-pointers to lead the host Rattlers (4-7, 2-1 MEAC) over the Wildcats (2-7, 1-2).
STETSON 63, GEORGIA ST. 62: Janene Maclin hit the winning layup with less than a second left to lead the host Panthers (3-7, 1-2 A-Sun) past the Hatters (4-5, 1-2).
MERCER 65, JU 54: Jessica Miller had 15 points to lead the visiting Bears (4-6, 2-1 A-Sun) past the Dolphins (3-7, 0-3).
FAU 72, TROY 67: Shontavia Williams had 19 points as the host Owls (3-8, 1-3 A-Sun) beat the Trojans (2-8, 1-2) for seventh straight time.
FIU 70, ARK.-LITTLE ROCK 63 (OT): Milena Tomova scored 30 as the host Golden Panthers (11-3, 1-0 Sun Belt) beat the Trojans (6-8, 0-1) for the 11th straight time.