Vance Hall had 13 points and Julius Mays 12 for the Raiders (12-15, 7-8 Horizon League), who shot 57.1 percent (24 of 42) from the floor. Wright State made 15 of 22 field-goal tries in the second half to break open a game it led 29-22 at the break.
Tony Meier and Shaquille Boga had 10 points each for the Panthers, who made only 14 of 44 (31.8 percent) shots from the field.
The Raiders quickly erased any Milwaukee hope of a comeback at the start of the second half. In a 3:01 stretch, Arceneaux hit a 3-pointer, Darling scored and Hall hit two shots, one from behind the arc, to give Wright State a 41-23 cushion.
The Panthers got no closer than 16 points the rest of the way.
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