E. Michigan beats Wayne, Mich. 67-47
YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP)—Brandon Bowdry scored 19 points and Solomon Farris added 15 Monday to help Eastern Michigan snap a six-game losing streak with a 67-47 victory over Wayne State (Mich.).
Justin Dobbins also had 13 points for the Eagles (2-6).
Bryan Wright had 14 points to lead the NCAA Division II Warriors (3-3).
After leading all of the first half, Eastern Michigan blew the game open at the start of the second half by scoring 12 of the first 15 points to build a 17-point lead. The Warriors were unable to stage any comeback as they made only 5 of 28 field goal attempts in the final 20 minutes.
Eastern Michigan played without head coach Charles Ramsey who was suspended Monday for three days by the school for his involvement in an altercation with a fan following the Eagles’ game at Detroit Mercy on Nov. 22. Associate Head Coach Derrick McDowell is handling the head coaching duties during the suspension.
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