Vance Hall had 13 points and Julius Mays 12 for the Raiders (12-15, 7-8 Horizon League), who shot 57.1 percent (24 of 42) from the floor. Wright State made 15 of 22 field-goal tries in the second half to break open a game it led 29-22 at the break.
The Raiders quickly erased any Milwaukee hope of a comeback at the start of the second half. In a 3:01 stretch, Arceneaux hit a 3-pointer, Darling scored and Hall hit two shots, one from behind the arc, to give Wright State a 41-23 cushion.
The Panthers got no closer than 16 points the rest of the way.