Horizon League Tournament 2012 Results: Detroit Wins Again, Will Play Cleveland State On Saturday

The Detroit Titans won their second game of the Horizon League Tournament on Friday night. The Titans beat Youngstown State by a final score of 93-76. The win advances Detroit to the semifinals and a game against Cleveland State on Saturday night at Valparaiso.

Ray McCallum led the Titans with 22 points. He also had seven assists and four rebounds in the game. McCallum was one of five Detroit players to score in double figures. Eli Holman had 10 rebounds on the night.

The Penguins could not overcome a lopsided first half, despite 25 points in the game from Damian Eargle. He also had seven rebounds to lead Youngstown State.

Detroit outpaced their opponents, shooting 60 percent from the field versus 54.7 percent for the Penguins. Detroit also sunk 76 percent of their free throws in the effort.

Milwaukee and Butler play the second game of the day at 8:30 p.m. Eastern.

For a look at the full Horizon League tournament bracket, go here.

For more, check out SB Nation's college basketball hub.

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