DAYTON, Ohio -
Both teams got off to a slow start, as the score was tied 5-5 after more than 9 minutes of play. Butler kept forcing Wright State into bad shots and turnovers and extended the lead to 18-10at the 2:50 mark. A trey by Hamm made it 21-14 before the Dawgs took a 22-16 lead into halftime. WSU shot 20.6 percent and committed 11 turnovers in the first half.
Butler will be at home next weekend vs. Youngstown State and Cleveland State.