The Hurricanes (5-1) suffered their first loss of the year. They shot 67 percent from the field in the first half, while Seton Hall shot 57 percent.
With Seton Hall leading 82-80, Ebuka Izundu went to the free-throw line in the bonus situation with 40 seconds left. He made the first but missed the second and Miami trailed 82-81. Seton Hall was trying to run the clock out and tuned the ball over with 16 seconds left. Miami’s Anthony Lawrence missed a 3-pointer from the wing. Myles Cale was fouled and made one of two free throws with one second left to preserve the win for Seton Hall.
Miami and Seton Hall were tied at 45 at halftime.
Damari Millstead and Alessandro Lever each scored 17 points and Lever added 10 rebounds to lead Grand Canyon to an 82-70 win over La Salle in the seventh place game of the Wooden Legacy.
Millstead scored his 17 points off the bench. Carlos Johnson added 16 points.
Grand Canyon (4-3), bolstered by a raucous crowd, won its first game of the tournament as four players scored in double figures. The Antelopes were efficient as they shot 54.2 percent from the field.
La Salle went cold in the first half, not scoring for a stretch of 8:52 and Grand Canyon went on a 17-0 run to take a 25-9 lead. La Salle cut the lead to 7 points in the second half but would get no closer.
La Salle fell to 0-7 and is still searching for its first victory.
Isiah Deas led La Salle in scoring with 22 points. He missed 7 of 9 shots in the first half for just six points. He scored 16 of his points in the second half. Pookie Powell added 15 points. Miles Brookins had 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Deshon Taylor scored 20 points to lead Fresno State to a 79-64 victory over Hawaii to finish third in the Wooden Legacy.
The Bulldogs made 11 of 20 from 3-point range (55 percent), with Sam Bittner and Braxton Huggins making three 3s each.
Fresno State was impressive all tournament, having won two of three games. Its only blemish was a heartbreaking loss to Miami in the semifinals on a last-second put-back dunk.
The Bulldogs (3-2) return to Fresno having played well in three consecutive games. Fresno State went on a 12-0 run in the second half to extend its lead to 59-43 and take control.
Jack Purchase scored 14 points and Zigmars Raimo added 13 for Hawaii (4-3), which beat Utah on Thursday and lost Friday to Seton Hall.
Hawaii cut the lead to five points at 45-40 on layup by Raimo early in the second half but that’s as close as Hawaii would get.
Vic Law scored 19 points and Dererk Pardon added 15 — without missing a shot from the field — as Northwestern beat Utah 79-57 Sunday in the Wooden Legacy’s fifth-place game.
Four players scored in double figures for Northwestern (5-1), which added a victory against a Pac-12 team to its resume.
The Wildcats made 10 3-pointers, including the first career 3 by senior Pardon.
Pardon was accurate all tournament as he made 12 of his 14 shots. He didn’t miss any of his four shots against La Salle on Friday and was 5-for-5 shooting against Utah. He was just 4 for 7 from the free-throw line Sunday, however.
Utah (3-3) lost its first-round game to Hawaii, then lost to Grand Canyon Friday. The Utes played sloppy basketball and had 21 turnovers against Northwestern.
Sedrick Barefield led Utah with 15 points, hitting 3 of 4 from 3-point range.