Lamar Stevens scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lift visiting Penn State to a rare road victory at Michigan, 72-63, on Wednesday.
Curtis Jones Jr. scored all 18 of his points in the second half and Myreon Jones added 16 for Penn State.
The Nittany Lions (14-5, 4-4) had dropped seven straight and 21 of the last 23 games at Michigan. Penn State's last road win at Michigan came in 2010.
Zavier Simpson led Michigan with 18 points while Brandon Johns Jr. added a career-high 14 and Eli Brooks had 12. Jon Teske swept 11 rebounds.
The Wolverines (11-7, 2-5) lost their third in a row.
Myreon Jones drained a long jumper from the top of the key and added a 3-pointer on the next possession to put Penn State ahead 26-21 with 8:07 remaining in the first half.
Stevens then hit a tough shot in the paint to cap a 12-0 run as the Nittany Lions led 28-21.
Michigan, which missed eight of its first nine 3-pointers, went more than six minutes without scoring. Teske finally converted a layup to end a 14-0 spurt and close the Wolverines within 30-23.
Johns Jr. followed with a trey for Michigan and the deficit was just four, 30-26.
Penn State finished the half strong and held a 37-28 advantage thanks in large part to Stevens' 14 points.
The Nittany Lions came out of the locker room aggressive as Myreon Jones' third 3-pointer extended the lead to 44-31 with 17:16 remaining.
Michigan responded with an 8-0 run to cut the lead to 44-39 with 13:44 left.
Curtis Jones Jr. hit a pair of 3-pointers off the bench and Penn State moved ahead 52-42.
After missing 10 of 11 shots overall, Brooks converted a three-point play to close Michigan within 52-45 with 11:08 remaining.
Six straight points by the Nittany Lions pushed the advantage back to 58-45 with 8:08 left. As they built the 13-point lead, Michigan went through a stretch of missing 18 of 21 shots.
The Wolverines made a late push when Simpson dropped in a trey to get within 62-57 with 3:29 to go.
--Field Level Media