Oakland caught up with the Raiders by the midway point of the second half and led 71-68 on two free throws by Jalen Hayes with 16 seconds left in regulation. But Cole Gentry buried a 3-pointer with seven seconds remaining to send the game to overtime.
Hughes opened the extra period with a 3-point play, but Nunn’s 3 knotted the score. Winchester’s 3-point play gave the Raiders the lead before Nunn hit from long range to knot the score at 77. Hughes hit 1 of 2 free throws to put Wright State up 78-77, Winchester added two free throws and a layup to push the advantage 82-78 and the Raiders held on for the win.
Up next for the Raiders is a first-place showdown Thursday night at Northern Kentucky (11-5, 4-0).
Wright State at Northern Kentucky, 7 p.m., ESPN3, 106.5