UNCASVILLE, Conn. -- Abdul Gaddy scored 16 points to lead five Washington players in double figures, and the Huskies beat Seton Hall 84-73 in overtime Saturday in the Hall of Fame Tip-Off tournament in Connecticut.
The Huskies (2-1), coming off a one-point upset to Albany on Tuesday, led by as many as 17 in the first half against the Pirates.
But Seton Hall (2-1) responded in the second, scoring 23 of the first 30 points after intermission and going up by as many as six.
The game was tied at 71 heading into overtime, where a pair of 3-pointers from Scott Suggs helped the Huskies outscore the Pirates 13-2.
Fuquon Edwin had 20 of his 27 points after halftime to lead Seton Hall.
Washington will face No. 4 Ohio State on Sunday. The Buckeyes beat Rhode Island 69-58 earlier Saturday.
Scott Suggs opened overtime with a 3-pointer, and freshman Andrew Andrews hit another on Washington's next possession, giving the Huskies a 77-71 lead.
The Huskies got two offensive rebounds on their next possession and ran the clock down to 2:04 before Gaddy hit a pair of foul shots.
Edwin hit a layup to cut the lead back to six, before another 3-pointer by Suggs pushed the lead to nine and put the game away.
For much of the game, it didn't appear this one would be close.
Washington used a 17-0 run to take an early 17-5 lead. The led 45-28 on a jumper by C.J. Wilcox. The Huskies shot over 61 percent from the floor in the first half were up 49-33 at the break.
But Seton Hall responded in the second, scoring 23 of the first 30 points.
A steal by Aaron Geramipoor and a 3-point shot by Kyle Smith tied the game at 56 with 9:24 left.
A layup by Patrik Auda gave the Pirates their first lead since early in the first half at 60-58. A three by Edwin made it 63-60.
But Washington tied it at 66 on Desmond Simmons' basket with just over 3 minutes left, and the neither team could put the other away.
The game was tied at 71 after Aziz N'Diaye hit one of two free throws after being fouled on a put-back with 57 seconds left.
Edwin then missed a layup, giving Washington the ball with just under 18 seconds left.
But Simmons dragged a pivot foot at the top of the key with 7.4 seconds left and the Pirates got the ball back.
Patrik Auda's 3-pointer just before the buzzer missed everything, sending the game into overtime.
Suggs, who was listed as questionable for this one after suffering a concussion in his team's upset loss to Albany on Tuesday, finished with 15 points for the Huskies (2-1). Simmons and N'Diaye each had 14. Wilcox had 11.
Suggs was hurt when he fell and hit the back of his head on the knee of an Albany player.
But he started this one and scored his team's first points on a jump shot that stopped a 5-0 Seton Hall run to open the game.
Washington came into the game having lost six games in a row to nonconference opponents on the road. The Huskies were 0-5 on the road against nonleague teams last season.
Washington will be back in Connecticut next month, taking on No. 23 UConn in Hartford on Dec. 29.
Several thousand Seton Hall fans made the trip up Interstate 95 from New Jersey.
The Pirates will play Rhode Island on Sunday.