Both teams shot poorly in the first half, as the Raiders (2-1) had the better effort with a 7-for-26 showing (26.9 percent) for a 17-14 lead at the break. The Tigers (0-3) shot just 3-for-17 (17.6 percent) in the opening half.
But Wright State figured it out in the second half, shooting 36 percent (9-for-25) and outscoring Jackson State 39-25 en route to victory.
Jackson State won the battle of the boards 38-36, but turned the ball over 21 times. Wright State committed just 13 turnovers.
Wright State’s bench outscored Jackson State’s 20-12.
Jenirro Bush was the only player in double figures for the Tigers, scoring 15 points.