Toledo 31 42 73
Cmichigan 31 33 64
Date of game: 2/16/2013

Recap: Central Mich vs. Toledo

Mount Pleasant, MI (Sports Network) - Nathan Boothe went 8-of-11 from the field to net 19 points as the Toledo Rockets defeated the Central Michigan Chippewas, 73-64, in a Mid-American Conference clash at McGuirk Arena.

Rian Pearson registered a double-double with 18 points and 12 rebounds for Toledo (12-11, 8-4 MAC) while Julius Brown contributed 13 points, eight assists and six boards. Dominique Buckley also got into the mix with 10 points for the Rockets, who completed the season series sweep and collected their sixth win in seven games.

Kyle Randall poured in a game-high 21 points on 6-of-17 shooting from the floor for CMU (9-16, 2-10), which also received 12 points and four assists from Chris Fowler. Olivier Mbaigoto and Blake Hibbitts netted 11 points each, but the Chippewas were not able to avoid their eighth loss in a row.

Both sides shot just under 38 percent from the floor in the first half as the contest went into the intermission tied up at 31.

The Chippewas cooled off after the break to hit on just 28 percent of their field goal tries. Toledo managed to sink 14-of-26 from the field in the second stanza to go ahead by a double-digit margin before it settled for the nine- point decision.

The Rockets outscored the hosts, 34-24, in the paint and also, 15-8, in points off of turnovers in the contest.

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