ROCHESTER, Mich. -- Xavier Hill-Mais recorded 21 points and 10 rebounds as Oakland won its Horizon League opener by beating rival Detroit Mercy 84-71 on Saturday afternoon.
The win was the Golden Grizzlies sixth straight over the Titans and snapped their current four-game losing streak.
Oakland posted a season-high 22 assists. Meanwhile, the Titans' 27.3 field goal percentage represented the worst mark by an Oakland opponent this season.
Oakland totaled a season-best 46 points in the first half.
Oakland faces Wright St. at home on Friday. Detroit faces Gonzaga on the road on Monday.
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