YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- — Naz Bohannon had 23 points and grabbed nine rebounds to become Youngstown State's Division I level career rebounding leader in an 85-77 win over Illinois-Chicago on Saturday.
Daniel Ogoro scored a career-high 19 points for Youngstown State (8-8, 4-8 Horizon League), which ended its four-game losing streak. Michael Akuchie added 13 points and nine rebounds. Garrett Covington had 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Bohannon now has 904 rebounds. Covington also became the 40th member of the Penguins 1,000 point club.
Illinois-Chicago defeated Youngstown State 67-66 on Friday on Michael Diggins' buzzer-beating tip-in.
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