— Trey Townsend had 20 points as Oakland edged past Cleveland State 70-65 on Thursday night.
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— Micah Parrish scored 19 points as Oakland easily beat Milwaukee 86-65 on Sunday. Jamal Cain, Trey Townsend and Jalen Moore added 15 points apiece for the Golden Grizzlies. Townsend also had five assists, while Moore posted 14 assists.
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— Jamal Cain had 23 points and 11 rebounds as Oakland topped Youngstown State 87-72 on Saturday.
— Jamal Cain had 22 points and 14 rebounds as Oakland defeated Robert Morris 79-61 on Thursday night.
— Michigan State's Max Christie showed flashes of his potential over the first four games of his college career by averaging double digits.
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— Chandler Turner had a career-high 23 points that included the game-winning 3-pointer with 36 seconds remaining and Bowling Green narrowly beat Oakland 73-72 on Tuesday night.
— Jalen Moore scored 15 points in shooting 10 for 10 from the foul line and Oakland dismantled IUPUI 78-45 on Saturday.
— Trey Townsend had 22 points as Oakland narrowly defeated Illinois-Chicago 81-77 on Thursday night in Horizon League opener for both teams.
— Jamal Cain had 28 points and was named Tournament MVP as Oakland defeated Delaware 81-73 in the Gulf Coast Showcase on Wednesday night.
— Trey Townsend scored 25 points and Oakland held off Rice 76-73 on Tuesday night in the Gulf Coast Showcase.
— Jamal Cain had 22 points and 16 rebounds as Oakland edged past Vermont 63-61 in the Gulf Coast Showcase on Monday.
— Jaden Shackelford scored 20 points as No. 14 Alabama beat Oakland 86-59 on Friday night, giving the Crimson Tide its first 4-0 start since the 2017-18 season.
— Jamal Cain had a career-high 29 points plus 17 rebounds as Oakland rolled past Toledo 80-59 on Wednesday night.
— Jalen Moore had 16 points — including the go-ahead free throws in the closing seconds — and six assists, Jamal Cain scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Oakland beat Oklahoma State 56-55 on Friday night.
— Taz Sherman scored 18 points to lead West Virginia to a 60-53 victory over Oakland in the season opener for both teams Tuesday night.
— Torrey Patton had 23 points and 10 rebounds, Tre Gomillion added 16 points and 13 rebounds, and top-seeded Cleveland State beat Oakland 80-69 on Tuesday night in the Horizon League championship for the program's third NCAA Tournament berth.
— Daniel Oladapo registered 19 points as third-seeded Oakland got past fourth-seeded Northern Kentucky 69-58 in the semifinals of the Horizon League tournament on Monday night.
— Rashad Williams scored 22 points as Oakland narrowly defeated Youngstown State 87-83 in overtime on Tuesday night in the Horizon League tournament.
— Josh Thomas scored 22 points as Milwaukee edged past Oakland 89-87 in double overtime on Saturday. Te’Jon Lucas added 21 points, including the winn er, and 13 assists for the...
— Jalen Moore had 20 points as Oakland edged past Milwaukee 85-81 on Friday.
— Rashad Williams had 23 points as Oakland narrowly beat Robert Morris 86-81 on Saturday.
— Kahliel Spear had 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead six Robert Morris players in double figures as the Colonials ended their eight-game losing streak, getting past Oakland 88-82 in double overtime on Friday night.