KENT, Ohio (AP) -Mike Scott scored 22 points to give Kent State its sixth straight victory with a 72-70 win over Indiana-Purdue-Ft. Wayne on Thursday night.
Al Fisher, who added 10 points for the Golden Flashes, made a layup with six seconds left in the game to break a 70-70 tie. The game saw two ties and nine lead changes.
Kent State (9-2) reached its largest lead of nine with 8:47 to go in the second half, but IPFW went on an 8-0 run in the next 2:30 to pull within one.
Ten different players scored for Kent State, which shot nearly 45 percent from the field.
Ben Botts had 20 points, including four of seven in 3-point shooting, for IPFW (4-7), which shot 55 percent from the field. Demetrius Johnson contributed 15 points.
IPFW has lost three straight.

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