Raiders improve to 3-0 for first time in ten years heading into Utah Thanksgiving Tournament.
FAIRBORN — Winning solves problems, and though Wright State head coach Billy Donlon said the Raiders have plenty of problems to fix, winning is helping to solve some of the Raiders’ early-season inefficiencies.
Wright State won its first home game of the 2012-2013 season last night in a 56-44 win over North Carolina A&T (1-2) in front of 3,726 fans at the Nutter Center, capitalizing on 17 turnovers and poor shooting by the Aggies. The Raiders improved to 3-0 with the win, which is Wright State’s first 3-0 start since the 2002-2003 season.
“I feel good about our record,” Donlon said after the game. “But we’ve got a lot of work to do. The upside is… we started on the ground floor. We’re on the ground floor, and… our team’s ceiling is very high. I’ve coached teams in the past where you’re getting everything out of them and you’re winning these kinds of games by four points… or maybe you’re losing them.” [Read more…]