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Bowling Green, Ohio — Shawn Roundtree scored 19 points and had six assists and Kevin McKay had 16 points and four steals and Central Michigan beat Bowling Green 84-75 on Saturday.

Bowling Green extended its 37-34 halftime lead to 56-41 in the first 4 1/2 minutes of the second half as Justin Turner had two 3-pointers and a jump shot. Josh Kozinski later hit a 3-pointer and Central Michigan (13-6, 2-4 Mid-American Conference) was within seven (64-57).

The Chippewas then put together a 13-2 run when Roundtree made two 3-pointers and Kozinski and Luke Meyer each added a 3-pointer for 72-70 lead with five minutes left. Bowling Green missed 4 of 5 during the run. Turner’s layup with 6:42 to play marked the last field goal for Bowling Green (12-7, 3-3).

Meyer had 16 points and Kozinski 14. Central Michigan made 11 of 25 from beyond 3-point range.

Rodrick Caldwell led the Falcons with 16 points, Demajeo Wiggins and Dylan Frye each scored 13, Turner 12 and Derek Koch 11.

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Ohio 72, (at) Eastern Michigan 66: Jordan Dartis tied a career high with seven 3-pointers and scored 24 points to lead Ohio. Dartis hit 7 of 10 3-point attempts with the Bobcats making 10 of 18 from the arc. Mike Laster added 16 points and Teyvion Kirk 12 for the Bobcats (9-9, 2-4 Mid-American), who ended a three-game losing streak and won their first true road game.

James Thompson IV had 21 points and 14 rebounds, his 13th double-double this season, with Ty Groce adding 15 points, Paul Jackson 12 and Tim Bond 11 for EMU (11-8, 2-4). Bond reached 200 steals, second on the Eagles’ career list behind former NBA player Earl Boykins (220).

Kirk’s basket with 15 minutes left gave the Bobcats the lead for good and they led by 11 with three minutes remaining. The Eagles scored seven straight points to get within 69-65 with 1:32 remaining but no closer.

Northern Michigan 83, (at) Wayne State 74: Isaiah Johnson scored 30 and Naba Echols 20 for Northern (10-7, 7-3 GLIAC). Ronald Booth scored 18 and George Spencer 16 for Wayne State (8-8. 6-5).

More state men’s scores

Albion 69, Calvin 61

Alma 73, Adrian 66

Aquinas 71, Madonna 70

Davenport at Michigan Tech, ppd.

Ferris State 87, Grand Valley 81

Hope 87, Olivet 84

Lake Superior State 85, Purdue Northwest 61

Michigan-Dearborn 63, Siena Heights 60

Northwood 74, Ashland 64

Saginaw Valley St. 86, Tiffin 69

Spring Arbor 83, Indiana Wesleyan 81

Trine 74, Kalamazoo 57

State women

(At) No. 19 Michigan 86, Illinois 42: Katelynn Flaherty scored 27 points, Hailey Brown and Hallie Thome had double-doubles and Michigan continued the best start in school history. Brown had 17 points and 14 rebounds and Thome had 13 points and 11 rebounds to give the Wolverines (17-4, 6-2 Big Ten) two players with double-doubles in the same game for the first time since November 2014. Nicole Munger added 14 points.

After the Illini (9-12, 0-7) scored the first five points of the game, Michigan went on a 21-2 run that included back-to-back 3-pointers by Flaherty, who was 5 of 8 behind the arc. It was 24-12 after one quarter and 37-24 at the half before a 17-2 burst to open the third quarter.

Michigan made 9 of 17 3-pointers and 33 of 66 field goals overall, plus 11 of 14 free throws.

Illinois was 18 of 26 (27 percent), 5 of 21 behind the arc and 1 of 3 from the line. Also, 21 turnovers led to 31 Michigan points.

Eastern Michigan 83, (at) Northern Illinois 76: Sasha Dailey scored 19, Courtnie Lewis 18 and Danielle Minot 15 for Eastern (9-9, 5-2 MAC). Courtney Woods scored 31 for Northern Illinois (10-8, 2-5).

(At) Western Michigan 81, Miami (Ohio) 70: Breanna Mobley scored 23, Deja Wimby 20 and Marley Hill 18 for Western (11-8, 4-3 MAC). Lauren Dickerson and Kendall McCoy each scored 20 for Miami (18-8, 2-5).

Central Michigan 95, (at) Akron 86: Tinara Moore scored 29, Reyna Frost 18 and Presley Hudson 17 for Central (15-3, 7-0 MAC). Shaunay Edmonds scored 21 for Akron (6-12, 0-7).

Milwaukee 70, (at) Detroit Mercy 61: Jenny Lindner scored 21 and Bailey Farley 14 for Milwaukee (15-5, 6-2 Horizon). Brianne Cohen scored 16 and Nicole Urbanick scored 14 for Detroit Mercy (1-18, 1-7).

Green Bay 81, (at) Oakland 48: Jessica Lindstrom had 22 points and 13 rebounds and Allie LeClaire scored 12 for Green Bay (17-2, 7-1 Horizon). Sha’Keya Graves scored 16 and Taylor Gleason 11 for Oakland (10-9, 3-5).

(At) Wayne State 64, Northern Michigan 50: Shannon Wilson scored 25 and Ja’Nae Williams 18 for Wayne State (13-4, 8-3 GLIAC). Erin Honkala scored 12 for Northern (13-4, 8-3).

More state women’s scores

Adrian 74, Kalamazoo 65

Albion 76, Olivet 49

Aquinas 60, Madonna 52

Ashland 116, Northwood 75

Calvin 64, St. Mary’s 59, OT

Davenport at Michigan Tech, ppd.

Grand Valley State 76, Ferris St. 57

Indiana Wesleyan 77, Spring Arbor 65

Lawrence Tech 74, Rochester (Mich.) 68

Purdue Northwest 70, Lake Superiors State 51

Saginaw Valley State 86, Tiffin 61

Siena Heights 56, Michigan-Dearborn 54

Trine 68, Alma 37

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