DAYTON, Ohio -- — Tanner Holden had 23 points as Wright St. romped past Cleveland State 85-49 on Saturday night.
Wright St. dominated the first half and led 42-22 at the break. The Vikings’ 22 first-half points were a season low for the team.
D’Moi Hodge, who was second on the Vikings in scoring coming into the matchup with 12 points per game, failed to make a shot (0 of 6).
The Raiders evened the season series against the Vikings with the win. Cleveland State defeated Wright St. 66-64 on Friday.
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