Detroit — Keifer Sykes scored 28 points on 11 of 19 shooting from the field to lead Green Bay past Detroit 70-64 on Saturday.

The game was the fourth out of the last five in which Sykes has scored at least 24 points.

Greg Mays finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Carrington Love added 14 points and five assists for the Phoenix (15-4, 4-1 Horizon League), who avoided their first back-to-back losses in three years.

With the game tied at 57 with 4:21 to play, Love nailed a 3-pointer to spark a 10-2 Phoenix run that extended their lead to eight and put the game away.

Juwan Howard Jr. scored 19 points to lead Detroit (9-10, 3-2). Anton Wilson added 12 points off the bench for the Titans, who finished with 16 assists but were plagued by 19 turnovers.

(At) Eastern Michigan 54, Northern Illinois 46: Raven Lee finished with 24 points on 7-of-12 shooting. The Eagles (12-5, 1-3 Mid-American) struggled from the field, going 5 of 18 in the second half and shooting 33.3 percent overall. But Eastern Michigan found other ways to break its three-game skid, scoring 26 points off turnovers and sinking 25 of 33 free throws. Karrington Ward grabbed nine rebounds for the Eagles.

Aaric Armstead led Northern Illinois (7-8, 1-3) with 15 points and eight boards, and Marin Maric added 10 points. The Huskies shot 36.6 percent and went 12 of 24 from the line.

After a tight first half, Eastern Michigan pushed to a 10-point lead as Lee hit a layup and 3-pointer. Northern Illinois pulled within three in the final minute, but Jerome Hunter scored on a tip-in and blocked Armstead's ensuing shot to seal it.

Western Michigan 81, (at) Toledo 78 (OT): Connar Tava had 25 points and 11 rebounds as Western Michigan came back. Jordan Lauf gave Toledo a 78-77 lead after splitting a pair of free throws with 1:38 left in extra time. Mario Matasovic slammed home a dunk and then had a layup after an Austin Richie steal to seal it for Western Michigan.

David Brown had 20 points and Tucker Haymond added 11 for Western Michigan (12-5, 3-1 Mid-American).

The Broncos led 67-61 with 1:27 left in regulation. Julius Brown scored five points and Jonathan Williams scored two to tie it at 68. Tava made two free throws to regain the lead, but Brown responded to tie it at 70 and force overtime.

Brown drained five 3-pointers and finished with 31 points for Toledo (10-7, 2-2).

It was a rematch of last season's MAC championship, which the Broncos won 98-77.

(At) Akron 82, Central Michigan 76: Reggie McAdams scored a career-best 31 points, Noah Robotham added 12 points and Deji Ibitayo had nine for the Zips (12-5, 3-1 Mid-American Conference), who hit 45 percent from the field overall and 48.3 percent from the line.

In the first period, McAdams sank a trio of 3-pointers and Robotham hit two more to lift Akron to a 39-24 lead at the break.

McAdams' 3-pointers continued to drop in the second period, keeping Central Michigan in check until a 12-2 run by the Chippewas capped by a Chris Fowler layup brought them to within 73-70 with 2:10 remaining. But Nyles Evans hit a 3 and Ibitayo and Jake Kretzer combined for 6 of 6 from the line for the Zips to finish.

Fowler led the Chippewas (12-3, 2-2) with 26 points and five assists.

Ohio Dominican 70, (at) Wayne State 64: Chad Nelson scored 17 and Trent Weaver 14 for Ohio Dominican (5-10, 3-7 GLIAC). Gavin Toma scored 21 and Marcus Moore 12 for Wayne State (2-11, 2-8).

Other scores

Adrian 56, Albion 46

Calvin 62, Kalamazoo 60

Davenport 81, Michigan-Dearborn 60

Ferris State 61, Northern Michigan 58

Hope 95, Olivet 85

Indiana Wesleyan 69, Spring Arbor 60

Lake Superior St. 74, Hillsdale 69

Lawrence Tech 87, Marygrove 65

Michigan Tech 77, Grand Valley State 65