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Career highs from Roberts, Williams not enough, Flashes fall in 2OT

Behind a career scoring high from both senior guard Antonio Williams and sophomore guard Anthony Roberts, the Kent State men’s basketball team put up 98 points on Friday against the University at Buffalo.

That doubled Kent State’s total points of 49 it scored against Eastern Michigan on Tuesday, but this would prove to be too little against an equally potent Buffalo (18-9, 9-5 Mid-American Conference) attack.

Kent State fell 104-98 in double overtime to lose its second game in a row and fall to 7-7 in MAC play.

Williams was scoring from every angle in the paint, dashing through the defense on his way to a career high 34 points, while also grabbing five rebounds and giving out four assists.