HORIZON LEAGUE Cleveland St. rallies past Detriot

Down by 24 points, Vikings shoot 63 percent in the second half for win.
CLEVELAND -- Omari Westley had 20 points, Raheem Moss scored 19 and Cleveland State rallied from a 24-point deficit to defeat Detroit 69-62 Saturday night.
The Vikings (8-11, 5-6 Horizon League) wiped out the Titans' lead by shooting 63 percent from the field in the second half. They went 8-for-9 from 3-point range following a 1-for-9 performance in the first 20 minutes.
After shooting 64 percent in the first half, Detroit (8-13, 5-6) hit only 29 percent of its field goals after halftime and lost its lead with a scoreless stretch that lasted nearly eight minutes.
Brandon Cotton led the Titans with 17 points.
Loyola of Chicago 74, Wright St. 57
DAYTON -- Blake Schile scored 26 points and Loyola of Chicago used 56.5 percent shooting to defeat Wright State.
Schile went 9-for-15 from the field, including 4-for-7 from 3-point range, and added eight assists. He also had seven of Loyola's 15 turnovers, but the Ramblers' offense made up for any mistakes.
The Ramblers (7-15, 5-7 HL) made 16 of their 26 shots in the second half to break open a two-point game and finished 10-of-16 on 3s.
Wright State (10-12, 5-6) hit only 11 of 26 from the field in the second half and shot 41.2 percent in the game.
Zakee Boyd led the Raiders with 21 points. Drew Burleson and DaShaun Wood scored 12 apiece.
DaJuan Gouard added 15 points for the Ramblers.
Wis.-Milwaukee 85, Ill.-Chicago 75
MILWAUKEE -- Joah Tucker scored 26 points, Ed McCants had 22 and Boo Davis chipped in 20 for Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Milwaukee (17-5, 10-2 HL) led 45-43 at the half. After the break, Illinois-Chicago took the lead 50-47 on a Justin Bowen basket.
But the Panthers responded with an 8-0 run to take the lead for good at 55-50 with 17:14 remaining.
Illinois-Chicago (10-10, 5-5) was led by Cedrick Banks with 29 points. Elliott Poole scored 19 for the Flames while Armond Williams had 18.

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