FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Estan Tyler scored 19 points, leading four UMKC players in double figures, and the Kangaroos defeated IPFW 63-59 Saturday night.
Chatmon's basket with 3:25 left gave UMKC a 61-59 lead, and Hall made two foul shots with 14 seconds left for the only scoring down the stretch.
Fort Wayne led for most of the first half, but Tyler's basket just before the buzzer gave Kansas City a 26-25 lead at halftime.
UMKC shot 50 percent and IPFW made 51 percent of its shots.
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