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Western Michigan Broncos Take MAC Tourney Title, Clinch NCAA Berth

The Western Michigan men’s basketball team dominated from the opening tip until the final buzzer on Saturday, clinching a trip to the NCAA Tournament and winning the 2014 Mid-American Conference Tournament title with a 98-77 victory over the Toledo Rockets at Quicken Loans Arena. The Broncos improve to 23-9 on the season, and will find out at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 16 who they...
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March 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Western Michigan wins 6th straight; 73-63 vs. Ohio

David Brown scored 23 points as first-place Western Michigan beat Ohio 73-63 for its sixth straight win on Wednesday. It was Western Michigan's first win in Athens since Jan. 22, 2000 Connar Tava added 18 points for Western Michigan (17-8, 10-3 Mid-American Conference), while Shayne Whittington added 11 and 11 rebounds. Western Michigan made 50 percent of its shots and its...
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February 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Western Michigan pulls ahead of Akron 57-54

David Brown scored 17 points and Western Michigan pulled ahead in the final 2 minutes to beat Akron 57-54 on Wednesday night. Akron (16-8, 8-3 Mid-American) led by eight at halftime. The Broncos tied the score midway through the second half after Shane Whittington scored five-straight points. Western Michigan (15-8, 8-3) did not take back the lead for the first time since a 4-2...
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February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Western Michigan beats Miami (Ohio) 78-77 in OT

David Brown had 25 points and made the game-winning free throw for Western Michigan's 78-77 victory in overtime Saturday at Miami of Ohio. With the game tied 77-77 and 2.1 seconds left, Brown made the first and missed the second. Connar Tava grabbed the rebound for Western Michigan to secure the win. Tava added 22 points for the Broncos (9-5, 2-0 Mid-American). He was 7 of...
Via AP on Fox
January 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Recap: Brown, No. 24 Missouri top Western Michigan

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Jabari Brown scored 15 points while Jordan Clarkson and Earnest Ross both added 12 to help No. 24 Missouri defeat Western Michigan 66-60 on Sunday. Missouri (10-0) looked rusty at times after an eight-day break for final exams and clung to a 47-45 lead with 10:46 remaining. Tony Criswell's jumper two minutes later capped a 9-0 run as the Tigers pulled away...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
December 15, 2013  |  Discuss

W. Michigan 71, N. Illinois 34

David Brown scored 13 points and Western Michigan held Northern Illinois to its lowest point total in 67 years, defeating the Broncos 71-34 Saturday night. Northern Illinois (3-13, 1-3 Mid-American) shot just 20 percent from the floor - 13 percent in the second half - en route to its lowest point total since losing 61-31 to Southern Illinois in 1946. The Huskies were 4 of 22 on...
Via AP on Fox
January 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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