DAYTON, Ohio -- Greg Mays threw down a pair of dunks and added a pair of free throws as Wisconsin-Green Bay closed out a 79-69 win over Wright State Friday night.
The Raiders had won 10 of the previous 11 games in Dayton coming into the contest.
After Cole Darling drilled a 3-pointer and A.J. Pacher added two free throws to cut the Green Bay lead three points with 1:33 to play, Mays got to the basket for a dunk. Keifer Sykes added a pair of free throws a minute later that made it 74-69 and Mays closed out the scoring with free throws and added a dunk with four seconds left as an exclamation point.
Alec Brown had 24 points to lead Green Bay (14-3, 4-0 Horizon), with Sykes contributing 18 and Mays 14.
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