In a game that featured 14 ties and 17 lead changes, it was Rollins who came up short in double overtime, falling to Eckerd 87-80 in the quarterfinals of the Sunshine State Conference Tournament.
With the regular season in the rearview mirror, Rollins now heads into March as the No. 7 seed in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament.
Rollins matched Eckerd in every quarter but the third, which proved to be the difference as the Tars fell to the Tritons 77-66.
Trailing by 12 late in the third and its postseason hopes hanging in the balance, Rollins posted a comeback for the ages and beat Florida Tech 60-59 in a thriller Wednesday night.
Down to the final two games of the regular season, Rollins can play itself into the Sunshine State Conference Tournament, but will have to do so on the road.
Riding the emotion of senior day, Rollins jumped out to a huge early lead and never looked back, beating Palm Beach Atlantic 69-50 Saturday at Warden Arena.