WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Oliver Tot took his only shot of the night, a 3-pointer launched from midcourt as time ran out, to give William & Mary a 79-77 win over Old Dominion on Saturday night.

Randy Haynes had just grabbed a rebound and put it back to give Old Dominion a 77-76 lead with two seconds remaining. Tot, who had all zeros in the box score for over 39 minutes, launched the game winner as time expired. William & Mary (3-2) has won three of its last four games.

There were seven lead changes in the last two minutes as it came down to the last shot.

Old Dominion led throughout the second half until Matt Milon drilled two straight 3-pointers to give The Tribe a 57-54 lead with 7:28 left.

David Cohn, who was supposed to get the last shot but was double-teamed, finished with 25 points. Justin Pierce added 15 with 10 rebounds.

B.J. Stith led Old Dominion (4-2) with 26 points.