BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- Clarke Rosenberg scored 21 points as Chicago State stole a 71-63 win at Cal State Bakersfield Thursday night.
The Cougars collected 13 steals and forced 14 turnovers to earn the win on the road.
Erik Kinney made a pair of free throws to cut the Chicago State lead to four at 56-52 with 3:34 to play, but Johnny Griffin and Corey Gray each responded with a pair of free throws and Rosenberg added a layup and a jumper to push the lead back to 10 points, 64-54 with under two minutes to play.
Issiah Grayson was 10 of 14 from the field for 238 points to lead CS Bakersfield (8-11, 1-4), with Stephon Johnson adding another 12 points.
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