Panthers go wrong way at Wright State 73-57

DAYTON, OH. -- The road-weary Milwaukee Panthers finished off a 3 game, 6 day road trip with their 2nd loss, 73-57 at Wright State on Tuesday night.
Coach Rob Jeter's team shot just 25 percent in the first half, and trailed 39-21 at the break.
That proved to be a deficit that was too much to overcome.
Kyle Kelm scored 16 points for Milwaukee (13-8, 3-4 Horizon); Jordan Aaron tossed in 15.
The Raiders (13-9, 5-2 HL) were led by Jerran Young's 19 points.