Andre Hollins, a day after scoring 41 points, made three free throws with 0.4 seconds to play to give Minnesota a 66-63 victory over Stanford on Saturday in the fifth-place game of the Battle 4 Atlantis in Paradise Island, Bahamas.

Hollins' 41-point effort came against No. 19 Memphis. He only had eight points against Stanford, but the last three were the winners.

The game was tied at 63 when Minnesota went to throw in the ball from under its own basket. After an inbounds pass, the ball was tipped away by Stanford's Dwight Powell, who saved it as he was falling out of bounds near midcourt. Hollins calmly corralled the loose ball in front of the Stanford bench and dribbled to midcourt where he launched a shot and was hit on the right arm by Stanford's Chasson Randle.

As Randle crouched in front of his bench holding his head as teammates patted him, the officials went to the monitor to see if the foul happened after time expired. They put 0.4 seconds back on the clock, and Hollins made all three free throws.

A long pass by Stanford was knocked away by Minnesota and the buzzer sounded.

Stanford coach Johnny Dawkins looked stunned even 20 minutes after the game.

"It's difficult for any young man to be involved in a play like that," he said of Randle. "I think at some point in time, at some level, for all these athletes who play so much basketball, they're all involved in a play like that. It's one of the most difficult plays to live with. He has to understand it's never decided on the last play. That's just fiction. That play didn't decide the game for us."

Randle, who has been struggling with his shooting this season, finished 3 of 19 from the field, including 2 of 9 from 3-point range.

Trevor Mbakwe had 19 points and 12 rebounds for Minnesota (6-1). Powell had 22 points for Stanford (4-3), including 10 straight late in the second half. Powell's two free throws tied it at 63 with 14.8 seconds left.

USF 79, Columbia 59: De'End Parker scored 31 points as the host Dons (3-1) crushed Columbia (4-2) in the Hilltop Classic.

Duke 76, Louisville 71: Quinn Cook scored 11 of his 15 points in the final 7:46, including No. 5 Duke's last eight of the game, and the Blue Devils beat No. 2 Louisville in the championship game of the Battle 4 Atlantis. Mason Plumlee added 16 points for Duke (6-0). Peyton Siva had 19 points for the Cardinals (5-1).

WOMEN

Cal 72, Georgetown 56: Layshia Clarendon scored 20 points, Gennifer Brandon added 13 points and 13 rebounds and No. 11 Cal (5-0) beat Georgetown (4-2) to win the Cal Classic title. Talia Caldwell had 12 points and nine rebounds for the Golden Bears.

Santa Clara 82, Cleveland State 71: Ruta Zurauskyte scored 22 points and pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds and Ricki Radanovich connected on seven 3s to lift Santa Clara (3-3) over Cleveland State (1-4) in the consolation game of the John Ascuaga's Nugget Classic in Reno. Radanovich finished with 21 points.

Saint Mary's 70, Chattanooga 67: Jackie Nared tied a career-high with 28 points and added 12 rebounds to lead the host Gaels (3-2) over Chattanooga (4-1) in the SMC Hilton Concord Classic.

USF 75, Boise State 61: Mel Khlok scored 26 points, six on 3-pointers, as host USF (3-2) beat Boise State (3-2). Khlok's six 3-pointers were one short of the school single-game record.

Wire services contributed to this report.