OAKLAND CITY, Ind. -- The women's basketball team squared off with NCAA Division II Oakland City in a rare February non-conference game and lost 86-84 on a last second three-pointer after taking an eight point lead into the fourth quarter.
The Panthers fell behind 26-21 after the first quarter but came back to take a 50-46 lead at halftime.
In the third quarter, Greenville outscored Oakland City 18-14 to make the score 68-60 after three periods.
OCU scored the first 10 points of the fourth quarter to take the lead, but GU began to score and went back-and-forth with Oakland City for the rest of the contest.
Greenville took a one point lead on a layup by Kelly Lenz with 10 seconds to play. After a time-out, Oakland City's Alicia Wilson's three-pointer went through the bucket with no time remaining in the game to give them the victory.
Laura Goodnight missed a double-double by a rebound as she ended with 11 points and nine rebounds.
The Panthers (17-5) host Blackburn in Greenville on Wednesday night at 6 p.m.