Matt Holba had a career-high 11 rebounds for Purdue Fort Wayne (8-8, 1-0 Summit League). Godfrey shot 8 for 10 from the floor, and Patrick had nine rebounds.
The Mastodons were in trouble after the first half, entering the locker room at the half trailing 35-23. But the hosts mounted a serious rally in the second half to coast to the victory. The Coyotes' 24 second-half points were a season low for the team.
A Marcus DeBerry dunk put the Mastodons ahead 52-43 after going on a 27-6 run.
Purdue Fort Wayne takes on North Dakota on the road on Sunday. South Dakota plays Denver at home on Sunday.
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