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BEREA — No. 8 Ohio Northern won its 16th straight game and remained unbeaten in the Ohio Athletic Conference by beating host Baldwin Wallace 66-55 in a women’s basketball game on Wednesday.



ONU improved to 16-1 overall and 10-0 in the OAC while BW fell to 10-7, 5-5.



Joanna Snyder finished with a game-high 21 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to go with 2 blocks and 3 steals for the Polar Bears. Morgan Dumbaugh finished with 17 points for ONU and Cenzie Yoder added 9 points.



Davenport 87, UNOH 68



GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Karli Harris scored 20 points to pace Davenport to the Wolverine-Hoosiers Athletic Conference win.



Angie Cates had 16 points for the Racers (8-14, 5-9), Sammi Dervisevic had 15 points and 6 boards and Saige Meyer added 13 points.



Earlham 71, Bluffton 59



RICHMOND, Ind. — Emily Sells scored 17 points to help Earlham beat host Bluffton in an HCAC contest. Earlham improved to 3-15 overall, 2-9 in the HCAC while Bluffton is 9-9, 4-7.



Brenna Kurilec had 17 points and 6 rebounds for the Beavers, Brooke Ruffer had 16 points and 6 boards and Taylor Whitaker had 14 points.



Men’s Basketball



Ohio Northern 63, Baldwin Wallace 47



ADA — Ohio Northern bolted out to a 39-23 first-half lead and never looked back in beating OAC visiting Baldwin Wallace. ONU improved to 8-10, 4-7 while Baldwin Wallace is 13-5, 8-3.



Dominique Royal scored 14 points for the Polar Bears, Jared Horstman finished with 12 points and Branden Rushton scored 10 points. Taylor Kuhlman had 9 rebounds and 7 points.



Davenport 64, UNOH 54



GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — UNOH fell to 11-10 overall and 7-7 in the WHAC with the loss. Davenport is 18-4, 11-3. Derrick Tate scored 14 points and pulled down 10 rebounds for the Racers, Johnny Elliott had 17 points, 5 assists and 6 rebounds and Josh Scott netted 15 points.



Dayton 96, Fordham 51.



DAYTON (AP) — Kevin Dillard scored 22 points with eight assists as Dayton snapped a three-game losing streak, beating Fordham 96-51 Wednesday night.



The 45-point margin narrowly edged the Flyers’ 88-44 win over Duquesne on Jan. 12, 2002 for the largest in Dayton’s Atlantic 10 Conference history. The Flyers, who were averaging 20.7 turnovers during their three-game skid, had just eight giveaways Wednesday.



Dillard knocked down 5 of 6 3-pointers for Dayton (11-7, 1-3), which also got 19 points from Vee Sanford and 11 from Matt Derenbecker.



The Rams (5-14, 1-3) were without leading rebounder and second-leading scorer Chris Gaston, who had knee surgery in November. Gaston returned Dec. 15 and had played in the team’s past nine games, but sat Wednesday due to the same injury, the team said.



Jeffrey Short netted 13 points for Fordham, which entered allowing 75.2 points per game, the most in the A-10.



Bowling Green 70 Kent State 55



BOWLING GREEN — Chauncey Orr scored 18 points and A’uston Calhoun added a double-double to lead Bowling Green.



Calhoun and Jordon Crawford each scored 12 points and Calhoun added 13 rebounds for the Falcons (7-11, 2-3 Mid-American Conference), who never trailed after Anthony Henderson’s 3-pointer broke an 8-8 tie with 11:57 left in the first half.



Bowling Green scored the final nine points of the half to lead 35-22, holding Kent State (11-8, 2-3) to 27.6 percent shooting (8 of 29) in the opening 20 minutes.



The Falcons’ lead never fell below seven in the second half.



Randal Holt scored 17 points to pace the Golden Flashes. His three 3-pointers gave him 202 for his career and moved him into second place on Kent State’s all-time list, two ahead of Armon Gates (2003-07) and current assistant coach Eric Haut (2000-04).



Akron 71, Toledo 56



TOLEDO — Zeke Marshall scored 18 points and tied his own school record with nine blocked shots as Akron defeated Toledo to extend its winning streak to 10 games for the first time in 40 years.



The Zips (14-4, 5-0 Mid-American Conference), who won 14 straight in the 1972-73 season, jumped out to a 15-point lead, but went cold after Chauncey Gilliam’s 3-pointer made it 30-14 at the 7:31 mark. Akron did not score again for more than 5 minutes en route to a 36-21 halftime advantage. Reggie McAdams had 5 points for Akron.



After the Rockets (6-10, 2-3) closed to 40-32 with 15:48 remaining, the Zips hit five straight 3-pointers, three by Gilliam and two by Alex Abreu, to lead 55-39.



Akron’s Demetrius Treadwell had his second straight double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds, Gilliam added 12 points on 4-of-5 3-point shooting and Abreu finished with 11 points.



Rian Pearson’s 16 points led Toledo.


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