Myles hit a jumper with just under two minutes left to put the Hatters (7-5) up by nine. The Red Foxes (2-8) then reeled off six points in the next minutes, closing within 77-74 on two free throws by Brian Parker.
Myles then had a great crossover and drove the lane for a layup with 26 seconds left but failed to convert the 3-point play. Marist missed two 3-point attempts before Isaiah Lamb had a putback with nine seconds left. After a quick foul, Stetson's Angel Rivera missed the front end of a one-and-one but Parker's 3 attempt at the buzzer was off the mark.
Rivera made all three of his 3s and had 14 points for Stetson.
Text messages presented by defense attorneys on Monday indicated the Kansas coaches were at least aware of former Adidas consultant T.J. Gassnola's involvement in the Jayhawks' recruitment of current player Silvio De Sousa, a native of Angola.
Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski said the trial in New York City surrounding an FBI investigation of corruption in college basketball is a "blip" that doesn't devalue the sport.
In March, Memphis hired Penny Hardaway, a former All-American at the school, to bring its hoops program back to prominence. Here's a look at other Hall of Fame-level players who returned to coach their former teams.