FORT WAYNE – Kendall Knorr made all six of his field-goal attempts – including all three of his shots from three-point range – and finished with 15 points in Navy’s 54-49 victory over IPFW’s men’s basketball team at Alumni Hall in Annapolis, Md., on Wednesday night.
Navy (4-4) also got 11 points from Brandon Venturini and 10 from Worth Smith, as Navy shot 44.4 percent from the field.
The Mastodons (4-4) shot only 37 percent and had only one player, Isaiah McCray, score in double figures. McCray had 10 points on 3-of-6 shooting, though he was 3 for 3 from three-point range.
Mario Hines had eight points for IPFW, which had a 36-26 rebounding edge.
IPFW senior guard Frank Gaines was suspended one game for conduct detrimental to the program, according to the school.
IPFW was down eight points at halftime.
CLEVELAND STATE 69, BALL STATE 63: In Muncie, Bryn Forbes scored 18 points, including 4 of 8 from three-point range, as the Vikings (5-2) handed the Cardinals (2-3) a third straight loss.
Jesse Berry scored 28 points and Chris Bond added 12 for Ball State.
Charlie Lee had 16 points and six assists for Cleveland State.
INDIANA TECH 66, MICHIGAN-DEARBORN 34: Antonio Cannon scored 18 points, while Antonio Landers and Jeff Hoskins both had 15, for the Warriors (8-2) at the Schaefer Center.
Michigan-Dearborn (2-7) was led by Julius Porter’s 12 points, and it shot 26.5 percent from the field.
SAINT FRANCIS 72, SPRING ARBOR 37: The Cougars improved to 9-0 with the victory at the Hutzell Center, led by 19 points from Meghan Slusher. Skylarr Shurn had 14 points. And Kayla Drake added 12 for the Cougars, who held Spring Arbor to 22.4 percent shooting.
Spring Arbor (2-5) was paced by Jessica Garrison’s 14 points.
MICHIGAN-DEARBORN 75, INDIANA TECH 72: Chelsea Davis’ 29 points – she made 12 of 27 shots – led Michigan-Dearborn (2-4) at the Schaefer Center. Davis also had 16 rebounds. Teammate Jalissa Williams had 14 points and 13 rebounds. Indiana Tech (1-7) got 19 points from Rachael Kruse and 18 from Ulyssia Richmond.
INDIANA 52, CLEMSON 49: Aulani Sinclair’s 23 points paced the Hoosiers (6-1) in Bloomington in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. She was the only Indiana player in double figures. Clemson (0-6) was led by 14 points from Nikki Dixon and 12 from Danaejah Grant.