Western Michigan (6-5) broke away early as Brown fueled a 19-2 run to open the game with a pair of 3-pointers, moving out to a 40-24 advantage at the break. They led by as many as 42 points in the second half, coasting to a shooting percentage of 56.9.
Prairie View A&M (2-9) took the lead on the opening possession with a Demondre Chapman layup, but went on a scoring drought until the 11:58 mark in the first half. Chapman led the Panthers with 23 points on 8-of-17 shooting and seven boards.
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