Cleveland State Vs. Green Bay Final Score: Vikings Shoot Down Phoenix 78-68

The Cleveland State Vikings (16-4, 6-2) took care of business Friday evening, overcoming some sloppy play to shoot their way past UW-Green Bay 78-68.

Senior guard Trevon Harmon led the way for Cleveland State with 19 points and four rebounds, which included making four of nine three-point shots. Harmon was one of four Vikings to score in double figures with Anton Grady adding a double-double off the bench with 10 points and 13 rebounds.

Green Bay (7-11, 3-5) also had four players in double figures, led by sophomore guard Kam Cerroni who scored all 15 of his points by making five of eight shots from behind the three-point line.

Cleveland State led throughout the game controlling the action despite turning the ball over 21 times, something the Vikings will have to clean up when the host UW-Milwaukee in a huge Horizon League matchup on Sunday. The Vikings kept pace with Milwaukee and Valparaiso at 6-2 atop the Horizon League standings.

The game on Sunday is the first of two games remaining against Milwaukee which could end up determining the Horizon League regular season champion.

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