YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Karmari Newman hit a 3-pointer with 22 seconds left and gave Oakland a 76-74 win over Youngstown State on Sunday.
The Penguins (4-11, 0-2 Horizon), trailing by 12 with 12 minutes left, took a 58-57 lead on Michael Akuchie's' 3-pointer then fell behind by nine before grabbing a 74-71 lead after a basket by Darius Quisenberry with 2:10 left. Xavier Hill-Mais scored to cut the deficit to one before Newman's 3.
Brad Brechting scored a career-high 19 points to lead the Golden Grizzlies (6-9, 2-0), who shot 59 percent, made 8 of 16 from the arc and 20 of 22 free throws. Hill-Mais added 16 points.
Quisenberry scored 21 points and Morgan 15 for the Penguins, who shot 51 percent and were 9 of 21 from distance.
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