ALBANY, New York — Marquis Wright scored 21 points and blocked a shot to send the game into overtime and Siena beat Loyola (Maryland) 90-82 on Saturday.
Loyola scored six straight points, the final four by Andre Walker for a 76-74 lead with 40 seconds left in regulation. Nico Clareth tied it with 13 seconds left before Wright blocked Walker's jumper.
Franz Rassman gave the Greyhounds a 78-77 lead in overtime but Brett Bisping's 3-pointer started a run of nine straight points for the Saints, who outscored Loyola 14-6 in OT.
Bisping and Javion Ogunyemi scored 15 points with Claret adding 14 for Siena (4-2), which shot 50 percent and was 10 of 18 from 3-point range and 22 of 27 on free throws.
Jarred Jones had 23 points and 14 rebounds for Loyola (1-5), which led by as many as 15 in the second half. Tyler Hubbard added 20 points.