MILWAUKEE -- Tone Boyle scored 16 points and Wisconsin-Milwaukee used a late 8-0 run to edge Detroit 72-67 Friday night.
Anthony Hill added 13 points and a game-high eight rebounds, Tony Meier scored 12 points and Ryan Allen had 10 for the Panthers (11-11, 6-5 Horizon League), who held Detroit scoreless for a 3:31 span in the last 4 minutes.
Blake's free throw with 4:02 left put Detroit ahead 63-60, but then the Panthers ran off eight straight points -- four by Kaylon Williams -- for a 68-63 lead. McCallum ended the spurt with two free throws that cut it to 68-65 with 31 seconds left, but that was as close as the Titans could get.
The victory gives Wisconsin-Milwaukee a season sweep.
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