DETROIT -- Antoine Davis scored 27 points, Marquise Moore added 18 more and Detroit Mercy rallied past Milwaukee 79-73 on Sunday, ending a six-game losing streak.
Brad Calipari added 12 points on three 3-pointers and Willy Isani added seven points and a career-high 11 rebounds for Detroit Mercy (7-22, 5-11 Horizon League).
After Milwaukee (12-16, 7-9) built a 16-point lead late in the first half, Detroit reeled off a 22-4 run and grabbed a 54-52 lead six minutes into the second half when Calipari sank three free throws. Calipari buried a second-chance 3-pointer on Detroit's next possession, followed by a Davis 3 and the Titans were off, building leads of as many as 14 points.
The Panthers surged back with an 11-0 run, cutting the gap to 75-73 with 38 seconds left. The Titans made four at the line and Milwaukee missed its last four from the floor.
Detroit matches up against Illinois-Chicago on the road on Thursday. Milwaukee plays Cleveland St. at home on Thursday.
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