YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Darius Quisenberry scored 10 of his 22 points in the final five minutes, leading five into double-figure scoring and Youngstown State defeated IUPUI 91-76 Saturday night.
IUPUI had closed to 75-70 after Marcus Burk converted a three-point play with 5:20 remaining, but Machael Akuchie answered with a 3-pointer for the Penguins (13-11, 6-5 Horizon League) before Quisenberry added two jumpers, two 3-pointers a steal and an assist in the finishing flurry.
The Penguins were 36-for-66 shooting (a season-high 55%) and drained a season-high 12 3-pointers with 19 assists -- Quisenberry dished seven -- and a 38-23 advantage on the boards.
Youngstown State hosts Cleveland State on Saturday while IUPUI hosts Green Bay Thursday.
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