YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) Francisco Santiago scored 20 points and had 10 assists and Youngstown State pulled away in the second half from Division III Oberlin College 87-72 on Saturday night for its fourth win in five games.
Leading 43-41 at halftime, Santiago hit a layup and sparked a 12-4 run and the Penguins began to pull away. Rahim Williams's 3-pointer made it 62-47 Penguins with 12:49 left and Youngstown State's lead was never threatened.
Matt Donlan scored 16 points and made 3 of 5 3-pointers for the Penguins (5-4), who outrebounded the Yeomen 42-33 and shot 50.8 percent from the floor (33 of 65). Williams finished with 14 points and Devin Haygood and Latin Davis added 10 apiece.
Nathan Cohen scored 12 points and Eli Silverman-Lloyd and Scott Miller added 11 each for Oberlin (1-5), which has lost four straight. Oberlin shot just two free throws in the game and committed 21 fouls to just five for Youngstown State.