DAYTON, Ohio (Ticker) -- Ramod Marshall scored 23 points and D.J. Stelly added 18 off the bench as Dayton blew a 13-point lead before rallying for a 92-85 overtime win over ninth-ranked Marquette.
Marshall made 8-of-14 shots, including 5-of-7 from behind the arc as Dayton (8-3) shot 42 percent (14-of-33) from 3-point range. Stelly energized the Flyers, driving for a layup to make it 83-80 with 2:25 left in overtime and followed at the other end by blocking a turnaround jumper by Dwyane Wade.
"D.J. was into it on both ends of the floor," Dayton coach Oliver Purnell said. "We got a great defensive stop at the end of regulation. We made some big plays and made some big shots to get the win overtime."
Dayton has won four of its last five games, with the loss coming at top-ranked Duke.
"Right now, we're playing good ball and as long as we keep playing hard and keep playing defense, we will do well," said Stelly, who had 16 points in Sunday's 85-74 loss to Duke. "I've tried to play my best the whole year, but if you're going to have a big game, it's good to do it on national TV."
Wade, who entered the contest fourth in Division I with a 24.9 points per game scoring average, got off to a poor start and finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds in 32 minutes. Wade made just 2-of-10 shots in the first half, when Dayton held a 48-38 lead.
Robert Jackson scored 17 of his 19 points in the first half for Marquette, which has suffered consecutive losses following a four-game winning streak.
"My teammates did a great job of setting screens and getting me open," Jackson said. "I was trying to post lower, get deep and get the easiest shots for me. There are a lot of things we need to get better at. We played hard, but we have to go back and prepare for our next game."
Marquette outscored Dayton in the paint, 50-26, but made just 5-of-15 3-pointers.
Brooks Hall had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Dayton, which improved to 7-0 at home this season.
Wade scored 11 points during a 15-4 run that he capped with a three-point play it to tie the game at 54-54 with 13:31 remaining in the second half.
"I was missing layups early," Wade said. "The coaches just told me to keep shooting. As a team, we just need to come out and play hard. We knew what they wanted to do and knew that we had to rebound."
Stelly and Todd Townsend traded 3-pointers before Keith Waleskowski made two free throws to give the Flyers a 59-57 edge with 11:59 to go. Travis Diener, who made just 2-of-8 shots from behind the arc, hit a 3-pointer to give Marquette its first lead, 60-59, with 11:38 left.
Neither team led by more than three points the rest of regulation.
Scott Merritt, who had 16 points, made a layup to give Marquette a 76-75 edge with 1:49 left. Waleskowski made 1-of-2 free throws and Merritt followed a missed layup by Wade with a powerful dunk to give the Golden Eagles a 78-76 lead with 48 seconds left.
Marshall missed a 3-pointer, but Jackson was called for a foul and Nate Green made 1-of-2 free throws to pull Dayton within 78-77 with 23 seconds left. Townsend missed the front end of a 1-and-1 and Waleskowski hit 1-of-2 to tie the score at 78 with 8.2 seconds remaining. Marquette tried to get off a final shot, but Wade had the ball stolen by Stelly as he drove the lane and Waleskowski heaved a desperation shot that fell short.
"We were just trying to get the best shot possible," Wade said. "My teammates have enough confidence in me to give me the ball and try to create for them and myself. I took the wrong path on the shot."
Stelly hit a 3-pointer from the left wing 33 seconds into overtime and Dayton never trailed thereafter. Townsend and Wade each missed jumpers before Waleskowski nailed a 3-pointer for an 86-80 lead with 1:01 left.