Excerpt from the Dayton Daily News
Wright State coach Scott Nagy was pleased with how his players reacted to facing Northwestern Ohio on Saturday.
He wondered whether they’d have a letdown coming off four straight losses and taking on an NAIA program that doesn’t exactly get the juices flowing. But there was no slacking off.
“We did what we were supposed to do,” he said.
Actually, they did a little more than just meet expectations.
In racing to a 111-59 win, they more than doubled their previous output in a 66-54 loss to Akron and scored the most points by a Raider team since tallying a school-record 136 against Chicago State on Jan. 6, 1993.
That squad had an astonishing 265 points in back-to-back games, amassing 129 against Morehead State four days early.