TOLEDO, Ohio -- — Marreon Jackson had 22 points as Toledo rolled past Western Michigan 91-44 on Saturday.
The Broncos’ 28.8 field goal percentage represented the worst mark by a Toledo opponent this season.
Toledo dominated the first half and led 54-16 at the break. Both teams set season records for scoring in the first half. The Rockets’ 54 first-half points marked a season high for the home team, while the 16 first-half points for the Broncos were the lowest of the season for the road team.
Greg Lee had 14 points for the Broncos (4-15, 3-11), who have now lost four consecutive games.
B. Artis White, who led the Broncos in scoring entering the contest with 15 points per game, scored six points on 2-of-12 shooting.
The Rockets improve to 2-0 against the Broncos on the season. Toledo defeated Western Michigan 70-59 on Jan. 2.
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