The Ramblers hold a surprising rebound advantage against Raiders.
CHICAGO -- Blake Schilb had 16 points as Loyola of Chicago led most of the way in a 65-51 victory over Wright State on Saturday.
Wright State (8-8, 3-2) entered the game as the Horizon League's best rebounding team and Loyola was the worst, but the Ramblers dominated with a 39-23 margin on the boards. Loyola (4-12, 2-4) also held Wright State to 36 percent shooting.
Majak Kou had 11 points for Loyola, hitting three of five 3-pointers.
DaShaun Wood led the Raiders with 13 points. Zakee Boyd had 10.
The win snapped a three-game losing streak for Loyola.
Detroit Mercy 72, Butler 59
DETROIT -- Brandon Cotton scored 16 points for the Titans.
The Titans (6-8, 3-1 Horizon League) did not allow the Bulldogs an offensive rebound until the games final minute and outrebounded Butler 43-17.
Butler (6-8, 1-3) got a team-high 15 points from Bruce Horan and 13 points and seven rebounds from Avery Sheets.
Detroit scored 28 points off its 18 offensive rebounds and hit 13 of its 25 field goal attempts in the last 20 minutes.
James Thues had 12 points for the Titans.
Wis.-Milwaukee 86, Wis.-Green Bay 56
MILWAUKEE -- Ed McCants and Joah Tucker scored 20 points apiece as Wisconsin-Milwaukee moved into first place in the Horizon League.
The loss snapped a six-game winning streak for the Phoenix (11-4, 4-1 in the Horizon).
Boo Davis added 14 points for Wis.-Milwaukee (11-4, 5-1).
Josh Lawrence scored 18 points to lead Wis.-Green Bay. It was the biggest margin of defeat for the Phoenix in a conference game since joining the Horizon four years ago.
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