Sarah Rokkanen hit a 3-pointer with 49 seconds remaining overtime on Thursday night, helping Toledo eke out a 65-64 women’s basketball victory over the University of Maine.

The Black Bears built a first-half lead of as many as 15 points, but the Rockets outscored the visitors 28-19 in the second half to force overtime, then prevailed in the extra period.

Sophomore guard Julie Brosseau tossed in a career-high 26 points and grabbed six rebounds to pace UMaine (4-3). Blanca Millan netted 16 points and contributed five rebounds, four steals and three assists.

Tanesha Sutton registered 12 points, eight rebounds, three steals and two assists.

Mikaela Boyd paced Toledo (5-1) with 18 points, nine rebounds, six steals and five assists. Jay-Ann Bravo-Harriott scored 15 points and Kaayla McIntyre registered a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

The Black Bears shot 34 percent from the field, while the Rockets connected at 42 percent. UMaine outrebounded the hosts 49-37.

Brosseau’s 3-pointer with 1:49 remaining in overtime had tied the contest 60-60.

McIntyre made a layup 19 seconds later to give Toledo the lead, but Brosseau countered for UMaine with a layup of her own at the 1:12 mark.

Rokkanen delivered the big blow with her 3-pointer, before Millan countered with a pair of free throws.

The Rockets came up empty on their next possession and the Bears rebounded, but Mariella Santucci stole a Maddy McVicar pass with 12 seconds to play and UMaine was unable to overcome the deficit.

The Black Bears built a 26-11 first-quarter advantage with a 16-3 surge during a span of 2 minutes, 20 seconds.

Fanny Wadling opened the run with a layup and Millan drove in for a basket, then Brosseau snipped a 3-pointer and made a layup to make it 19-8 at the 4:25 mark.

Sutton hit a jumper before Jada Woody ended a Toledo scoring drought with a 3-pointer. However, Brosseau connected on another 3-pointer and Kirsten Johnson scored from close range to make it a 15-point ballgame.

The Rockets regathered themselves in the second quarter after going on an extended 15-6 surge and eventually cut the deficit to 32-26. Toledo was able to hold on despite leading only briefly and struggling to a 12-for-27 performance from the foul line.

UMaine returns to action Sunday at Ohio State.