Wrightst 40 40 80
Idaho 29 41 70
Date of game: 11/9/2012

Recap: Idaho vs. Wright State

Moscow, ID (Sports Network) - Cole Darling scored 18 points to lead the Wright State Raiders to an 80-70 win in the season opener against the Idaho Vandals at Memorial Gym.

J.T. Yoho had 17 points off the bench for Wright State (1-0) while A.J. Pacher and Reggie Arceneaux each added 10. Pacher had a team-high seven rebounds as well.

Kyle Barone finished with team-highs of 18 points and nine rebounds for Idaho (0-1). Mansa Habeeb had 14 points off the bench and Stephen Madison added 11 points, nine of which came from the free throw line.

Wright State led 40-29 after connecting on 14-of-32 field goal attempts in the first half. Idaho hit 47.6 percent of its shots but had only 10 first-half field goals. Wright State also outscored the Vandals 15-3 from the three-point line.

In the second half Idaho kept pace with the Raiders but was unable to cut into the lead significantly. The Vandals connected on 13-of-22 shot attempts while Wright State was successful on 13-of-27.

Idaho lost despite a 32-26 advantage on the boards by committing more than twice as many turnovers as Wright State (13-6).

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