MILWAUKEE -- Jalen Tate registered 18 points and seven rebounds as Northern Kentucky defeated Milwaukee 65-55 on Thursday night.
Chris Vogt had 16 points for Northern Kentucky (22-8, 12-5 Horizon League). Dantez Walton added 13 points. Tyler Sharpe had 10 points for the visiting team. The win, coupled with a Wright State loss, moves the Norse into a tie for first place in the Horizon League.
DeAndre Abram had only 6 points despite coming into the matchup as the Panthers' second leading scorer at 12 points per game. He was 0 of 5 from beyond the arc.
The Norse improve to 2-0 against the Panthers for the season. Northern Kentucky defeated Milwaukee 73-60 on Jan. 26. Northern Kentucky finishes out the regular season against Green Bay on the road on Saturday. Milwaukee finishes out the regular season against Wright St. at home on Saturday.
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