Blake Allen scored 14 points and Youngstown State routed Fredonia State 69-35 on Tuesday night, allowing the fewest points by an opponent in 41 years.
DuShawn Brooks added 13 points and Kendrick Perry had 12 for Youngstown State (6-2), which had its best defensive effort since Hiram scored 35 on Dec. 22, 1970.
The Penguins, who won their 10th straight nonconference game at home, led 31-12 at halftime, then outscored the Division III Blue Devils 38-23 in the second half.
Youngstown State held Fredonia State (6-2) to 31.9-percent shooting from the field (15 of 47) and just 3 of 16 from beyond the arc.
Youngstown State shot 50.9 percent (29 of 57) and 9 of 24 from long range. Neither team spent much time at the free-throw line, with both going 2 of 7.
Julius Bryant led the Blue Devils, who are 0-20 against Division I programs, with 13 points.