SEARCY, Ark. — Southeastern Oklahoma State overcame a double-digit deficit but eventually lost against Harding, 88-86, on a shot with six seconds left in overtime in Great American Conference action on Monday night.

SEARCY, Ark. — Southeastern Oklahoma State overcame a double-digit deficit but eventually lost against Harding, 88-86, on a shot with six seconds left in overtime in Great American Conference action on Monday night.


It is the second of three games in six days to be decided in the final seconds for the Storm (4-8, 2-5, which has lost eight straight.


Urald King had a season-best 29 points to go with a game-high 12 rebounds.


He led a group of four players in double figures joined by Taylor Smaller with 16 points, Anton Cook with 13 and Randy Peters with 11.


Daichi Taniguchi just missed out on being the fifth with nine points.