Detroit Mercy over 100 again, beats Siena Heights 131-69
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DETROIT (AP) Corey Allen missed just one field goal attempt as he scored 22 points to lead Detroit Mercy to its third straight win, dominating NAIA's Siena Heights 131-69 on Saturday afternoon.
This was the third time Detroit Mercy scored more than 100 points this season.
Jermaine Jackson Jr. was just one steal short of a triple-double with 16 points, 13 assists, nine steals and six rebounds.
Allen drilled 3 of 4 from distance to finish 9 of 10 from the floor. Kameron Chatman had 23 points and nine rebounds as six Titans hit double figures.
Detroit Mercy (4-2) beat Houston Baptists 116-109 before getting by Saint Louis 72-70 on Wednesday.
The Titans, who took a 55-27 advantage into the locker room, scored 76 points in the second period.
Detroit Mercy drilled 17 from distance while hitting 59 percent (51-86) from the field.
Trevor Holston had 11 for Siena Heights.
Updated November 25, 2017