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Along with his 18 points, Frye added three rebounds and a career-high three assists. He shot 7-for-11 from the floor, including a 4-for-7 mark from distance.
Senior Wes Alcegaire finished second on the team in scoring with 16 points. Alcegaire, who hit 6-of-13 from the floor, also had a career-high four assists and three rebounds. The senior has scored 15-plus points in three of the last four games.
Senior Zack Denny scored in double figures for the eighth-consecutive game. Denny notched 10 points, eight rebounds, three steals and two assists. He also hit a three-pointer and has now made at least one triple in each of the past seven games. Matt Fox extended his three-point field goal streak to six games, as the junior finished with five points and two steals.
Sophomores Demajeo Wiggins and Rasheed Worrell scored five points apiece. Wiggins had a career-high four blocked shots, as well as four rebounds, one assist, and his first steal of the season. Worrell had six rebounds, two assists and one steal.
After Detroit Mercy scored the first bucket of the second half, which bumped its advantage up to nine points at 40-31 at the 18:38 mark, the Falcons went on a 16-0 run. Over that span, the Orange and Brown held Detroit Mercy scoreless for 6:55. The Titans went 0-for-8 from the floor and committed five turnovers during that stretch.
With the Falcons down, 40-31, Caldwell, Alcegaire and Denny hit consecutive threes to even the score at 40-40. Denny followed with a jumper, and then Caldwell converted a layup prior to a Frye triple, which concluded the 16-0 run and gave the Falcons a 47-40 lead.
Final exams at BGSU begin on Monday (Dec. 12), so the Falcons won't play again until Dec. 18 at San Jose State University. The tip is slated for 5 p.m. ET.
(Courtesy of BGSU Athletics)