DETROIT -- Kendall Griffin scored 15 points and Wright State withstood a late Detroit rally to win 64-62 on Monday night.
Reggie Arceneaux scored 11 points and Cole Darling scored 10 for the Raiders (14-5, 5-1), who moved into a tie with Valparaiso for first place in the Horizon League. Wright State lost to Valparaiso 69-63 on Saturday.
Doug Anderson led the Titans (12-8, 4-3) with game highs of 20 points and six rebounds.
Wright State never trailed, but Detroit tied it at 53 with 5 minutes to play. Darling's three-point play on the Raiders' next possession gave them the lead for good.
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