The UMKC men’s basketball team closed out the Bill Frack Tournament with a loss on Monday afternoon.
The Kangaroos (3-2) fell to Green Bay (3-2) 95-77 in their final game after defeating Murray State and host Bowling Green earlier in the round robin tournament.
Senior guard LaVell Boyd led UMKC with 23 points and six rebounds on Monday, which were both season highs for him. Boyd was 9 of 17 from the floor, including 4 of 9 from three-point range.
Broderick Newbill was the only other Kangaroo to score in double digits, finishing with 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting. Martez Harrison and Dashawn King both added eight points.
UMKC committed 15 turnovers in the loss and allowed 42 points in the paint, while forcing just nine turnovers and scoring 32 points in the paint. Five Green Bay players finished in double digits.