YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Blake Allen and Kendrick Perry each scored 17 points and had eight and six assists, respectively, to lead Youngstown State past Marygrove 93-52 Saturday in a nonconference matchup.
Bobby Hain chipped in with 13 points and a game-high eight rebounds as Youngstown State (8-5) outrebounded its NAIA opponent 51-25.
The Penguins dominated inside, outscoring the Mustangs 50-24 in the paint.
Trailing 4-3 early, Youngstown State outscored Marygrove 40-13 the rest of the first half. Allen and Perry combined for seven 3-pointers in the half, and the Penguins held Marygrove to 30.8 percent shooting in the period to take a 43-17 lead into halftime.
Youngstown State led by as many as 42 points in the second half.
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