(Undated)  —  The UW Milwaukee men get a second half spurt in winning at Northern Illinois, 75-62 Wednesday night to improve to 5-2 for new coach Pat Baldwin. The Panthers were down by one with about nine minutes left, when they went on a 14-6 run to start pulling away, and UWM shot a season high 58-percent as Brett Prahl led the way with 18 points. In women’s college basketball, Wisconsin edged Pittsburgh 58-57 on the road as part of their Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Pitt went on an 11-0 run before Wisconsin’s Courtney Frerickson hit a three with 2:45 to go and nobody scored after that, as the UW improved to 4-3. In Division Two Thursday, the UW Parkside men and women both host Indianapolis in their Great Lakes Valley Conference openers.