Wisconsin-Milwaukee tops SW Minnesota State 71-65
Ja’Rob McCallum and Ryan Allen scored 16 points apiece and
Wisconsin-Milwaukee held off Division II Southwest Minnesota State
71-65 in a season opener Saturday.
James Haarsma pulled down 17 rebounds for the Panthers. Paris
Gulley scored 12 points and Evan Richard added 10 for Milwaukee,
which shot only 35 percent (20 of 57).
Jordan Miller just missed a triple-double for the Mustangs. He
had 16 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists. He was backed by a
career-high 13 points from Nick Smith and 10 from Matt Zager.
The Panthers led by 16 early in the second half but failed to
score in the final 4:20 as the Mustangs pared the deficit to the
Wisconsin-Milwaukee outrebounded Southwest Minnesota State 41-33
and held a 17-2 advantage in second-choice points.