Michigan Tech Huskies lost to Grand Valley State, 87-64 in a challenging GLIAC matchup.

Grand Valley State dominated in the second half, thwarting Michigan Tech's comeback.

Coach Buettner praised Grand Valley's play, calling for more teamwork from Michigan Tech.

Huskies' first points were scored by Pete Calcaterra, overcoming an early 9-0 deficit.

Grand Valley State ended a three-game losing streak, leading by 14 points at halftime.

Michigan Tech closed the gap to single digits three times in the second half.

Brad Simonsen's performance highlighted, despite Michigan Tech's overall struggles.

Michigan Tech hindered by 19 turnovers and 26 fouls, affecting their game plan.

Michigan Tech's top scorers: Tomashek (14 points), Simonsen (13 points), Gherezgher (11 points).

Next for the Huskies: a face-off against Davenport on Saturday at 3 p.m. in the GLIAC road game.