CBI Tournament 2012: TCU Advances With 83-73-Win Over Milwaukee

TCU advances to the second round of the CBI Tournament with a 83-73 win over Milwaukee. The Horned Frogs took a 38-30 lead at halftime and were able to pull away late for the win. TCU will play the winner of the Oregon State-Western Illinois matchup that takes place on Wednesday.

Craig Williams and Amric Fields scored 15 points to lead the Horned Frogs. Hank Thorns added 13 while J.R. Cadot and Garlon Green finished with 11 each. Nate Butler rounded out TCU scorers in double figures with 10.

Tony Meier led Milwaukee with 18 points while James Haarsma added 17. Kaylon Williams added 14 points off the bench in the loss.

TCU improves to 18-14 on the season while Milwaukee drops to 20-14.

For all news and information regarding the 2012 CBI Tournament, please visit SB Nation's dedicated NCAA Tournament hub or stick with this StoryStream. For updates and perspective on the TCU Horned Frogs, head on over to Frogs O' War.

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