The Loggers (4-4) entered the second quarter with a six-point lead over the Eagles, 21-15. They extended their lead quickly to 14 points after back-to-back 3-pointers by RaeAnn Allen and Henderson, plus a jumper in the paint by Claire Fitzgerald.
The Eagles (7-1) closed the deficit to nine points, 38-29, by halftime. Puget Sound regained a significant lead with three minutes to go in the third quarter with a 15-point advantage. Benedictine continued to battle, closing the gap back down to nine points before the fourth quarter.
The Eagles kept fighting and tied it up after a 3-pointer by Jenna Endres with three minutes remaining in the game.
Courtney Knecht got the Loggers on the board first in overtime after sinking a jumper. Puget Sound secured three more points in overtime thanks to a trey from Elizabeth Prewitt, but that bucket stood as the Loggers' last points of the game.
The Loggers take on Aurora Sunday, Dec. 17, at 2 p.m., in the final day of the PLU Tournament.