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IPFW men fall flat on the road

– The IPFW men’s basketball team struggled from the field in a 60-47 road loss to Eastern Michigan on Saturday.

The Mastodons (2-2) made only 15 of 50 (30 percent) from the field, including 5 of 26 (19 percent) in the second half.

Frank Gaines led IPFW with 17 points, while Luis Jacobo had 10 points.

Eastern Michigan (3-1) got 17 points from Derek Thompson. The Eagles’ J.R. Sims was scoreless going up against the team in IPFW that has his older brother, Ryan, as an assistant coach. Both are Snider graduates.

Men

MADONNA 75, INDIANA TECH 61: Poor shooting cost the No. 25 Warriors on the road.

Indiana Tech (5-2, 1-0 WHAC) made 25 of 62 (40 percent) from the field, including 9 of 29 (31 percent) in the second half.

Antonio Cannon and Jordan Hickman each had 11 points for the Warriors.

POINT PARK 107, SAINT FRANCIS 97: The visiting Cougars were outscored 17-7 in overtime.

Scott Kohne led Saint Francis (4-1) with 33 points and 13 rebounds, while Kevin Bloom added 16.

GRACE 93, ROBERT MORRIS 89: Bruce Grimm Jr. had 28 points for the host Lancers.

Grace made 28 of 51 (55 percent) from the field and 32 of 47 (68 percent) from the free-throw line.

MANCHESTER 59, WABASH 54: Three players had 11 points and two others had 10 in the Spartans’ road win.

Manchester (1-1) got 11 points from David House, Silas Sims and Grant Newlin and 10 points from Greg Flores and Jon Thompson.

MISSOURI BAPTIST 78, HUNTINGTON 73: The Foresters had five players in double figures but fell in Winona Lake.

Huntington (3-3) got 13 points from T.J. Short and Shane Merryman, while Tyler Ault had 12, Alec Peterson 11 and Ryan Boester 10.

Women

INDIANA TECH 82, MADONNA 79: The Warriors went on the road and won their first game of the season.

Indiana Tech (1-4, 1-0 WHAC) got 27 points from Ulyssia Richmond and 21 from Rachael Kruse.

TRINE 64, BUFFALO STATE 56: The Thunder won the championship of the Betty Abgott Invitational with the win in Buffalo, N.Y.

Haley Killingbeck scored a career-high 21 points on seven three-pointers and earned tournament-MVP honors.

GRACE 61, UNION (KY.) 58: Juaneice Jackson had 17 points, and Emily Bidwell added 14 for the host Lancers.

MOUNT UNION 66, MANCHESTER 50: Erynn Meiklejohn had almost half the host Spartans’ points. Meiklejohn had 23 points and seven rebounds for Manchester (0-2).

MARSHALL 70, BALL STATE 45: The visiting Cardinals were outscored 35-21 in the first half and 35-24 in the second half.

Brandy Woody had 12 points and Shelbie Justice 11 for Ball State (0-3).

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