ROCHESTER, Mich. (WJBK) - The Oakland University Golden Grizzlies came into their final game of the season needing a win to get a double bye into the upcoming Horizon League Tournament and they got it defeating the University of Detroit-Mercy Titans 108-97 and sweeping the Metro Series.
The Golden Grizzlies shot 59% from the floor and 44% from three.
They were led by Kay Felder who came up one rebound short of his second career triple-double, but he still had a career high 16 assists with 26 points and 9 rebounds.
Golden Grizzlies' Max Hooper had 12 as he shot 4/8 from three in his final game at the O'rena. The other senior Percy Gibson had 17 points and 9 boards. Martez Walker went 6/11 from the filed with 22 points.
The Titans were led by Chris Jenkins with 22 points on 9/14 from the field. Paris Bass had 18.
It was all Oakland from the tip, including Max Hooper as usual firing from three.
Oakland didn't slow sown and wanted to put it away early with help from Hooper, Kay Felder and Jalen Hayes.
The Titans finally woke up midway through the first led by Sophomore Paris Bass.
Max Hooper and Kay Felder took back control with some sharp shooting and passing.
Oakland took an 8 point lead to half, but led by as much as 12 in the first half.
Kay Felder led the charge for the second half as the Golden Grizzlies really want that double-bye in the Horizon League Tournament.
A lot of scoring followed by both teams who really opened it up.
The Titans' Chris Jenkins heated up and helped cut the Golden Grizzlies lead to 5.
Titans' Head Coach Ray McCallum was not happy with some calls and got a technical foul that gave the Golden Grizzlies some momentum to put the Titans' away as they went on a 9-0 run.
Kay Felder put on a show to end it and give the Golden Grizzlies a double-bye into the Horizon League Tournament and a Metro Series sweep.
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