Southfield, MI - The men's basketball team went on the road to take on the Lawrence Tech Blue Devils Wednesday night. Michigan-Dearborn (15-14, 10-11) struggled shooting from beyond the three-point arc, as the Wolverines went 0 for 8 in the first half and shot 19% for the game from three-point range. Lawrence Tech (6-23, 5-16) shot 42% from behind the three-point line in the first half and led 31-24 at halftime.
The Wolverines shot better in the second half but could not sustain enough offensively as Lawrence Tech went on to win 66-59. The Blue Devils took advantage of the charity stripe as they shot 78% from the free throw line in the game and only committed nine turnovers. Michigan-Dearborn spread the ball around offensively, but had only one player score in double digits. Sophomore Jason Penn led the team with 18 points and 9 rebounds. Freshmen Deonte Bell and Xavier Crofford each added 8 points. The men's basketball team will finish the regular season at home on Saturday as they take on the Aquinas College Saints at 3:00pm.