KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In a game between two struggling teams, IPFW didn't struggle as much and emerged with a 65-60 over UMKC on Thursday night.
Kansas City had a 30-24 scoring advantage off the bench and 13-6 edge in second-chance points.
IPFW shot 50 percent from the floor, but managed just 59 percent from the free-throw line. Kansas City made just 4 of 24 attempts from 3-point range and just 8 of 16 free throws.
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