DAYTON, Ohio -- Bill Wampler had 22 points as Wright State edged Western Kentucky 76-74 on Tuesday night.
After Cameron Justice put the Hilltoppers on top at the 1:36 mark, they missed their last three shots, the last coming just before time ran out
Wright State went 14 of 20 from the foul line while the Hilltoppers were 4 of 7.
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