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Broncos Conclude Tourney With 88-65 Win Over UAF
Western Michigan closed the first half with a 17-0 run over the final 4:33 to break the game open.
Every available player on the Bronco roster saw action and all but one scored at least two points. Freshmen Dan Hess and Derek Fracalossi netted their respective first career points.
WMU's largest lead in the second half was 31 points, which came on a jumper by Reed. The Nanooks would get no closer than 18 points the rest of the way.
UAF shot just 39.7 percent from the field and WMU dominated the boards, finishing with a 49-27 advantage overall. The Broncos finished with an 18-7 margin on the offensive end.
WMU returns home to face Loyola on Mondy, Nov. 29 in the team's next action.
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