Allen-Eikens made two free throws with 57 seconds left in overtime, giving North Dakota an 82-80 lead. Brady Danielson added a pair with 18 seconds left before Kobe Webster's three-point play drew the Leathernecks within 84-83. Rebraca added two free throws for the Fighting Hawks and C.J. Duff missed a 3-pointer for Western Illinois at the buzzer.
The Fighting Hawks improve to 2-0 against the Leathernecks this season. North Dakota defeated Western Illinois 83-77 on Jan. 25.
North Dakota plays South Dakota State at home on Wednesday. Western Illinois matches up against Nebraska Omaha at home next Saturday.
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