The Monarchs just couldn't stop it.
The Monarchs led, 68-64, when Harrow, a redshirt junior who transferred from Kentucky, jumpstarted Georgia State's comeback with a jumper and two free throws.
After forward Curtis Washington's dunk with 2:47 left gave the Panthers the lead for good, 70-69, Harrow continued breaking down Old Dominion's defense and sealed the decision with six straight free throws.
"That was our plan, to kind of put the ball in Ryan's hands at the end there," Georgia State assistant coach Everick Sullivan said.
"We did a pretty good job on Hunter," Jones said. "But we never could get a handle on Harrow."
Harrow's point total was one shy of the career-high 34 he scored in a 90-85 loss to Elon on Nov. 26 in the NIT Season Tip-off.
"We really needed this one," Sullivan said. "We were desperate."
Georgia State also came up big at the free throw line, making 32-of-42.
NOTES: When these teams met in the Sports Arena last season, R.J. Hunter, son of head coach Ron Hunter, hit a school-record 10 3-pointers and scored a career-high 38 points in a Panthers victory. ... Georgia State has won three straight against the Monarchs, re-directing their fortunes in a series in which Old Dominion had taken 15 of the first 17. ... Both teams are former members of the Colonial Athletic Association in their first seasons in new conferences. Georgia State has returned to the Sun Belt, a league in which it resided from 1976-81, while Old Dominion is debuting in Conference USA.