YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Paris Bass scored 20 points on 7-of-14 shooting and Josh McFolley sank the go-ahead jumper to lift Detroit to a 94-92 win over Youngstown State on Saturday night.
In a tight game where neither team led by more than single digits, Detroit (12-11, 6-6 Horizon League) edged back on top late in the second half with McFolley's jumper to make it 89-87 with 1:32 left. Bass then slammed in a dunk to pad the advantage and Detroit sealed it from the foul line, hitting 3 of 4 down the stretch. Jordan Andrews missed a 3-pointer for Youngstown State (9-16, 4-8) at the buzzer.
Anton Wilson added 18 points and McFolley finished with 16. Jaleel Hogan and Carlton Brundidge had 12 points apiece while Chris Jenkins added 11 for Detroit, which shot 54 percent from the field to win its third straight.
Cameron Morse's 30 points led three Penguins in double figures.