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Detroit — Zavier Turner scored 32 points, including a tip with less than two minutes to play in double overtime that put his team on top for good, as Manhattan edged Detroit Mercy 84-81 on Saturday.

Zane Waterman — who finished with 15 points — sank a 3-pointer to give the Jaspers (2-3) an 81-78 lead with 3:24 to go in the second overtime. But Chris Jenkins responded with a 3-pointer for the Titans (1-5) to tie it again, 81-81, leaving it to Turner to make the tipper to put Manhattan back on top, 83-81, with 1:57 remaining.

Manhattan took a 45-35 lead with 14:19 to play in regulation after the teams were tied 33-33 at the break.

Detroit battled back to tie it up again, 65-65, on the first of two DeShawndre Black free throws with 14 seconds remaining. But he missed his second shot and the game went into overtime.

Center Jaleel Hogan led the Titans with 19 points. Jenkins added 15.

Oakland 79, UC-Davis 66: Stevie Clark had 19 points and Martez Walker scored 16 to lead the Golden Grizzlies to fourth place in the Great Alaska Shootout in Anchorage.

Oakland (6-1) led 37-34 at the half but trailed 45-43 in the middle of the second half. Isaiah Brock made a layup, followed by two free throws after a turnover, to put the Grizzlies up for good and start a 9-2 run. Nick Daniels’ 3-pointer made it 52-47.

Clark’s 3-point play at 4:59 pushed the lead to 11 and free throws iced the game.

Daniels finished with 12 points and Brock 10. The Golden Grizzlies were 15-of-19 from the free-throw line in the second half.

Chima Moneke led the Aggies (5-3) with 21 points and 12 rebounds. UCD was just 11 of 36 from the field in the second half.

(At) Eastern Michigan 94, Nebraska-Omaha 77: John Thompson IV had 21 points and 11 rebounds for his fifth straight double-double to lead the Eagles.

Thompson made 6 of 9 field goals and had seven offensive rebounds for Eastern Michigan (4-3). He was also 9-of-10 from the free throw line. Ray Lee hit 4 of 5 from distance to total 20 points and dished out six assists. Willie Mangum IV added 18 points and had five steals and Ty Toney chipped in 11 points for the Eagles.

Eastern Michigan, which has won four of its last five games, made 6 of 13 from beyond the arc while hitting 56 percent from the floor.

The Eagles were ahead 39-36 at the break, stretched that to 70-53 midway through the second half, and coasted to the victory.

Tre’Shawn Thurman had 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead Omaha (2-4).

Central Michigan 89, (at) Green Bay 77: Marcus Keene scored 31 points, Braylon Rayson added 19 and Cecil Williams 13 as the Chippewas pulled away.

Turner Botz’s 3-pointer put Green Bay up 53-46 after halftime before Central Michigan (5-2) went on a 14-4 run. Williams’ dunk with 10:51 to play put the Chippewas up 60-57.

Green Bay got a 3-pointer from Trevor Anderson to knot the score at 69, but Keene responded with an immediate 3 with 6:55 to go. Josh Kozinski added a 3 as did David DiLeo to give Central Michigan a six-point lead almost three minutes later.

Central Michigan then outscored Green Bay (3-3), 11-3, the rest of the way. The Chippewas shot 14-for-36 (38.9 percent) from long range compared to 6-for-26 (23.1) by the Phoenix.

Charles Cooper led Green Bay with 20 points and seven rebounds.

(At) Western Michigan 80, Central Arkansas 63: Drake LaMont scored 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds as the Broncos stopped a four-game skid.

LaMont was 8-of-14 from the floor and 8-of-14 from the free throw line. Thomas Wilder hit 3 of 5 from beyond the arc for 16 points and Brandon Johnson added 12 points and 10 rebounds for Western Michigan.

The Broncos (2-4) had not won since beating NAIA Marygrove, 90-74, to start the season.

Western Michigan was ahead 35-23 at the break and pushed that to 60-52 midway through the second period. Central Arkansas closed to 64-54 with 6:22 left. A Tucker Haymond layup started a 12-5 run and the Broncos coasted to the win.

Derreck Brooks led the Bears (1-4) with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Mathieu Kamba and Jeff Lowery added 13 and 12 points, respectively.

More men’s scores

Cornerstone 95, Hope 78

Kentucky Wesleyan 76, Hillsdale 62

Madonna 72, Siena Heights 71

Marquette 101, Houston Baptist 79

Michigan Tech 68, Minn.-Duluth 65

Olivet 97, Heidelberg 79

Wayne State 74, Lewis 70 (OT)

Wis.-Parkside 85, Ferris St. 75

Women

No. 10 Florida State 76, Michigan 62: Shakayla Thomas had 19 points and 11 rebounds, and the Seminoles pulled away in the fourth quarter to win on the final day of the Paradise Jam tournament at St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Imani Wright added 19 points, Ivey Slaughter had 15 and Leticia Romero 10 for Florida State (6-1), which won its third straight game.

Katelynn Flaherty scored 18 points, Kysre Gondrezick added 17 and Hallie Thome 13 for the Wolverines (6-1), who fell behind in the second quarter but stayed close until the Seminoles opened the fourth quarter with a 16-8 run.

“We just went on a scoring drought,” Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico said. “I don’t know if we got worn down a little bit or what. We started to press a little bit and started to force things instead of sharing the ball. We were in a great spot, we just didn’t come out the way we needed to.”

The Wolverines had started their second straight season 6-0, but dropped to 0-11 against No. 10 teams.

No. 24 Michigan State 63, (at) Cal State-Northridge 59: Tori Jankoska scored 22 points, including four free throws in the final 10 seconds, to lift the Spartans.

Taya Reimer added 16 points for Michigan State (6-1).

Channon Fluker led Northridge (3-3) with 23 points and 14 rebounds.

(At) Detroit Mercy 66, Delaware 64: Haleigh Ristovski scored 20 and Rosanna Reynolds added 13 points and eight rebounds for Detroit Mercy (3-3), which held on despite being outscored 14-4 in the fourth quarter.

Sade Chatman scored 13 to lead Delaware (4-2).

Central Michigan 77, North Dakota State 55: Tinara Moore, Reyna Frost and Presley Hudson each recorded a double-double and Hudson tied the CMU single-game assist record with 12 as the Chippewas went 2-0 in the Cal Poly Tournament at San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Moore came off the bench to lead Central Michigan (5-2) with a season-high 20 points and 11 rebounds in its third straight win. Frost had 18 points and 15 rebounds, and Hudson scored 11, as did Jewel Cotton.

Taylor Thunstedt scored 15 for North Dakota State (1-5).

(At) Western Michigan 74, Eastern Kentucky 59: Marley Hill had 17 points and nine rebounds and Meredith Shipman scored 13 to lead the Broncos (3-3).

Jalen O’Bannon led Eastern Kentucky (2-3) with 16 points and Shavontae Naylor had 13.

More women’s scores

Berea 83, Marygrove 63

Bellarmine 78, Michigan Tech 62

Concordia (Mich.) 82, Ind.-South Bend 61

Hope 92, Cornerstone 58

Lourdes 76, Olivet 69

Rochester (Mich.) 83, Kalamazoo 43

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