Detroit surges in 2nd half to beat CMU 67-55
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (AP)—Thomas Kennedy had 19 points, including 13 points over a four-minute stretch in the second half, to lead Detroit to a 67-55 win over Central Michigan Tuesday night.
Kennedy spurred on a 22-8 run in the second half that gave Detroit (4-7) a 54-39 lead with 7:49 to play and allowed the Titans to get their first road win of the season.
Central Michigan (3-8) was called for 30 fouls in the game, while Detroit went 29-for-33 from the free-throw line.
Tryl Hartfield added 13 points for the Titans, while Michael Harrington had 11.
Robbie Harman had 16 points and four assists for Central Michigan, while Marcus Van added 14 points and nine rebounds.
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