DETROIT (AP) — Antoine Davis scored 32 points while setting another NCAA record to lead Detroit Mercy to an 85-52 win over Purdue Fort Wayne on Saturday.
It was Davis’ 136th straight game in double digits, the longest in NCAA history, and took his career point tally to 3,399, 268 behind Peter Maravich’s NCAA record.
Davis was 12 of 24 shooting (6 for 10 from distance) for the Titans (10-15, 6-8 Horizon League). Gerald Liddell scored 16 points while shooting 7 of 14 from the field and 2 of 4 from the line, and added eight rebounds and five assists. Demezie Anderson was 5 of 8 shooting (3 for 5 from distance) to finish with 13 points while adding seven rebounds.
Bobby Planutis led the way for the Mastodons (15-10, 7-7) with 11 points. Jared Godfrey added 10 points for Purdue Fort Wayne. In addition, Damian Chong Qi finished with eight points.
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