Detroit Mercy rains more 3s in 82-67 win over Bowling Green
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DETROIT (AP) Freshman Antoine Davis scored a game-high 32 points and added six assists and six rebounds and Detroit Mercy beat Bowling Green 82-67 on Tuesday night in the Legends Classic Subregional Championship game.
Davis finished with 73 points and 18 made 3-pointers over the two subregional games held at Calihan Hall and he was named MVP. He scored a Titans freshman-record 42 points in Monday's win over Loyola (Maryland), and his 10 triples tied a school record.
A night after the Titans tied a school record with 17 3s, they responded on Tuesday to bury 15 and Davis knocked down eight. The Titans shot 55.6 percent from beyond the arc. Josh McFolley scored 18 points for Detroit (2-3) and Derrien King scored 14. McFolley was 8-of-10 shooting from the foul line.
Demajeo Wiggins led Bowling Green (3-3) with 13 points and nine rebounds and Dylan Frye also scored 13.
Updated November 21, 2018