Rayshawn Simmons contributed 10 points for Central Michigan, which led by double figures throughout the second half and has won three straight games. The Chippewas (12-9, 5-3 Mid-American Conference) outshot Bowling Green behind the arc, hitting 9 of 22 while holding the Falcons to just 2 of 12.
Early in the game, Bowling Green twice edged into the lead with buckets from Rasheed Worrell before Central Michigan took control for good with an 8-0 burst sparked by Fowler's back-to-back jumpers to make it 14-7. Central Michigan took a 41-30 advantage into intermission and protected it the rest of the way.
Spencer Parker paced Bowling Green with 13 points. Worrell added 12 and Zack Denny had 11 for the Falcons.