Posted November 17, 2012 on AP on Fox
Brandon Pokley scored 14 points as Western Michigan beat Maryland-Eastern Shore 68-51 on Saturday. Shayne Whittington and Darius Paul added 13 points each for Western Michigan (3-1). Maryland-Eastern Shore (0-5) got 12 points from Troy Snyder. Nate Hutcheson, who had a career-high 30 points in Western Michigan's 81-71 win over Loyola of Chicago on Friday night, scored 10. Hutcheson had eight points to help the Broncos take a 30-23 halftime advantage. Paul made a jumper and Hutcheson had fast-break basket to put Western Michigan ahead 43-33 with 11:00 to play. Whittington's 3-point play extended the Western Michigan advantage to 48-37 at the 12-minute mark.
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