NO. 9 WISCONSIN (11-3) 60
RUTGERS (7-5) 54
Brad Davison and Aleem Ford paced the Badger offense to a bounce-back win. Ford grabbed six rebounds alongside his 14 points, and Davidson collected seven rebounds alongside his 14 points. Wisconsin struggled from the field shooting 35.2 percent and a mere 24 percent from three. The Badgers got to the free-throw line and made 16-of-21.
Wisconsin lost to No. 7 Michigan in its most recent outing.
BOWLING GREEN (10-3) 76
BUFFALO (5-4) 69
Jeenathan Williams (UPrep) scored a team-high 17 points on 6-of-14 shooting. Williams struggled shooting the three (0-of-4) but got to the free throw line and converted five of seven attempts. The junior grabbed six rebounds and dished out two assists.
GREEN BAY (3-10) 61
DETROIT MERCY (2-7) 86
Noah Waterman (Finger Lakes Christian School) scored 15 points off the bench in his third game of the season. The redshirt-freshman shot 5-of-8 from the field and 4-of-7 from beyond the arc. Waterman collected two steals alongside one rebound and one assist.
ST. BONAVENTURE 62
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MONMOUTH 92 (OT)