— Lamar Norman Jr. had a career-high 31 points as Western Michigan narrowly defeated Southeastern Louisiana 81-77 in overtime on Sunday.
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- Full Schedule
— Adrian Martin had a career-high 20 points as Western Michigan defeated Purdue Fort Wayne 93-85 in overtime on Saturday.
- Milwaukee reschedules 2 men's basketball games
- Gophers add to frontcourt with Robbins, Johnson
- WMU promotes Bates as virus impacts search
- Veteran coach Hawkins out at Western Michigan
— Tavian Dunn-Martin poured in 29 points as Florida Gulf Coast topped Western Michigan 77-67 on Friday night.
— Keegan Murray scored a career-high 29 points in a little over a half and Iowa routed Western Michigan 109-61 on Monday night to remain undefeated with its fifth straight win.
— Noah Morgan scored 11 points and sank 1 of 3 foul shots with a second left to send Eastern Michigan past Western Michigan 64-63 on Friday night.
— B. Artis White had 15 points to lead five Western Michigan players in double figures as the Broncos topped Northern Illinois 73-63 on Tuesday night.
— Marreon Jackson had 22 points as Toledo rolled past Western Michigan 91-44 on Saturday.
— Mekhi Lairy and Dalonte Brown scored 20 points apiece as Miami (Ohio) defeated Western Michigan 74-66 on Thursday.
— Giovanni Santiago had a career-high 22 points as Kent State defeated Western Michigan 76-69 on Tuesday night.
— Jayvon Graves had 16 points to lead six Buffalo players in double figures as the Bulls easily defeated Western Michigan 86-54 on Friday night.
— Greg Lee recorded 16 points and 12 rebounds to carry Western Michigan to a 76-70 win over Bowling Green on Wednesday night, ending the Broncos’ seven-game losing streak.
— Mark Sears had a season-high 21 points as Ohio romped past Western Michigan 81-58 on Tuesday night.
— Loren Cristian Jackson had 32 points as Akron topped Western Michigan 79-68 on Saturday.
— Jeenathan Williams had 25 points and 14 rebounds as Buffalo defeated Western Michigan 85-69 on Tuesday.
— Mike Nuga had 26 points as Kent State easily beat Western Michigan 80-54 on Saturday.
— Ryan Rollins tied his season high with 20 points as Toledo defeated Western Michigan 70-59 on Saturday.
— K.J. Walton had 20 points and Ball St. topped Western Michigan 76-68 on Tuesday.
— Joey Hauser had a career-high 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, leading No. 8 Michigan State to a 79-61 win over Western Michigan on Sunday night.
Milwaukee's men's basketball program has rescheduled their games against Kansas State and Western Michigan.
— Aaron Thompson had a career-high 21 points as Butler defeated Western Michigan 66-62 on Wednesday night in a season opener.
Liam Robbins, a 7-footer who ranked fifth in the country with 99 blocks for Drake last season, and Brandon Johnson, who averaged 15.4 points for Western Michigan, have both transferred to Minnesota.
Western Michigan promoted Clayton Bates to be its basketball coach Saturday, with its athletic director saying the coronavirus crisis impacted the school's search.
After finishing 13-19 this season and fifth in the Mid-American Conference's West Division, Western Michigan announced Wednesday that Steve Hawkins will not return, ending his 17-year run as head coach.
Willie Jackson scored 22 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and seventh-seeded Toledo held off No. 10 Western Michigan 76-73 in Monday night's first round of the Mid-American Conference tournament.
Dallas Morgan scored 20 points, leading five into double figure scoring and Central Michigan broke a nine-game losing streak, defeating Western Michigan 85-68 Friday night in a regular season finale.