Men’s basketball is ready for a busy week ahead


Wright State’s men’s basketball team is on the road for a pair of contests this week before returning to the Nutter Center for a Sunday afternoon contest against Northern Kentucky, which will feature a variety of promotions, including discount concessions and t-shirts.

Fans can follow the action in several ways – via live stats, watching on ESPN+ or tuning in to the radio. Chris Collins and Jim Brown will have all play-by-play on radio for both road competitions and will be on both radio and ESPN+ for Sunday’s game.

Fans can buy tickets for Sunday’s home game via these links – SUNDAY

Wright State kicks off the week by taking on Green Bay Wednesday night at 8 p.m. ET before a nationally televised whistleblower at 7 p.m. ET Friday night in Milwaukee on ESPNU. The Raiders head home for Sunday’s Super Bowl game with Northern Kentucky, with a tip-off scheduled for noon inside the Nutter Center.

Sunday’s game against Northern Kentucky has been moved up to early noon so Raider fans can enjoy the Wright State game and also cheer on the Bengals later Sunday night. For Sunday’s game, all local beers and hot dogs will be at the special price of $2 each. (Please note that beer sales end at the start of the second half.) The Raiders will wear their green uniforms on Sunday and it will be a green out with the first 4,000 fans in attendance receiving green t-shirts, presented by Wright-Patt Credit Union. Sunday’s game will also feature a halftime performance from the Southern Ohio Flying K9. Make sure you stay in your seat at halftime as your favorite Disc Dog team performs some amazing tricks!

If you’re interested in supporting a Raider Athletics team and want a chance to win, fans can visit the Wright State Golf 50/50 Raffle Table at Gates 3 and 9, or enter to win a Wright State neon sign/ Bud Light with Wright State Track. & Field/Cross Country at gates 5 and 8.

The Raiders start the week 14-10 overall with an 11-4 record in the Horizon League, while Green Bay is currently 4-18 with a 3-10 record in the League. Milwaukee starts the week with a 7-17 overall record and a 5-10 record in the Horizon League. Northern Kentucky is 12-10 overall and 8-5 at the Horizon to start its road trip, taking on Milwaukee on Wednesday and Green Bay on Friday before heading to the Nutter Center on Sunday afternoon.


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