Rashaad Richardson hit a 3-pointer with less than three seconds left gave Georgia State a 67-66 win at Liberty on Sunday.
The win gave Panthers (4-4) coach Ron Hunter the 300th of his career.
Richardson hit a half-court buzzer beater 10 days ago to lift the Panthers over Tennessee State.
Manny Atkins and Devonta White each scored 17 points to lead Georgia State.
Georgia State opened the second half with a 9-0 run to take a 38-37 lead with 16:42 remaining in the game.
“That was a big win for us to get on the road,” Richardson said in a statement given to the media. “The play was actually not drawn up for me, it was drawn up for either Devonta or R.J., but when I came off the screen, I was open, Devonta got me the ball and I was fortunate enough to make the shot.”
Davon Marshall’s 3-pointer with 49 seconds remaining gave the Flames a 63-58 lead before GSU finished the game on a 9-3 run.
Following a tip-in and free throw by senior James Vincent cut the deficit to two, Marshall hit another pair of free throws to give Liberty a four-point lead.
R.J. Hunter, who finished with 12 points and seven rebounds, followed a dunk with free throw with 18 seconds to play to cut the deficit to one.
Casey Roberts made the first of two free throws before the Panthers drove to half-court as Hunter called a timeout.
– Information provided by Georgia State’s sports information department.