DETROIT, Mich. (GreenBayPhoenix.com) - A tough shooting second half and foul trouble by the frontline doomed Green Bay (6-8, 1-2 HL) Thursday night in a 79-56 loss at Detroit (8-6, 2-0 HL) in Horizon League men's basketball action. Green Bay trailed just 40-33 at the break, but Detroit used a 14-7 run coming out of the break to lead 56-40. Four-straight points from junior Jarvis Williams (Milwaukee, Wis.) started an 8-0 run the cut the deficit to single digits with 10:20 to play. Williams scored nine of his career-high 15 points in the second half and added five rebounds for the Phoenix. He was one of three Green Bay players in double figures, with senior Rahmon Fletcher (Kansas City, Mo.) having 15 and freshman Alec Brown (Winona, Minn.) adding 11. Detroit responded with an 11-2 run to increase its lead to 17 and Green Bay could get no closer than 15 the rest of the night. The Phoenix continued to control the glass, outrebounding the Titans in a matchup of two of the Horizon League's best rebounding teams. Getting 15 offensive rebounds, the Phoenix had a 32-31 edge on the boards. Brown had a team-high six rebounds while Williams and Fletcher added five apiece. Green Bay returns to the court Saturday, playing at Wright State at noon. The Raiders posted a 68-44 victory over Milwaukee Thursday night.