Kris Brewer made 9-of-11 shots, including all seven of his 3-pointers, to score 28 points and lead Kent State to a 75-63 win over host Miami (Ohio) on Wednesday.
Brewer tied his career high in scoring and set a career high in 3-pointers, coming off the bench for the third consecutive game in an effort to shake up the offense.
Devareaux Manley scored 15 points off the bench and the Golden Flashes (15-11, 6-7 Mid-American Conference) had a 50-14 advantage in scoring off the bench.
In the first game with Brewer playing a reserve role, the Flashes’ reserves outscored Bowling Green’s 45-2.
Will Felder had 23 points for the RedHawks (9-15, 5-8).
Kent State, which led 28-22 at the half, made 15-of-26 3-pointers and shot 52 percent from the floor.