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Jerran Young had a career-best 11 rebounds and four blocks as Wright State snapped a four-game losing streak with 61-49 victory Saturday night over Missouri-Kansas City.
Young also scored nine points and had three steals. Young assisted Chrishawn Hopkins with his 3-pointer to give Wright State (7-7) its largest lead, 43-24 with 16:44 remaining.
UMKC (3-8) had a 20-8 run to pull within 51-44 with 3:53 to play. Wright State closed with 8-for-10 shooting from the line and a Matt Vest dunk to cap its scoring.
Cole Darling scored 12 of his 15 points in the second half. JT Yoho hit three 3-pointers and scored 11 points to lead Wright State.
UMKC did not have a player score in double figures. Nelson Kirksey scored six points. Kirksey had scored in double figures in the previous seven games for the Kangaroos.
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Wright State University’s Jerran Young threw down this nasty alley-oop off an inbounds pass during a game this Thursday and it was a total beauty. Young shows off his great athleticism and posterizes a poor Eastern Illinois defender with the emphatic slam off a perfect pass.
Wright State crushed Eastern Illinois by a score of 70-43.
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Tweet It seems like at least a bi-weekly occurrence nowadays that a college basketball player is doing something that makes the basketball-watching part of the country’s collective jaw drop and collective exclamation go ‘DAMN!” On Thursday, Wright State’s Jerran Young took the honors of making us all do that with this play off of an inbounds...
Wright State trashed Eastern Illinois 70-43 on Thursday night and the Raiders' forward Jerran Young brought the house down with this insane dunk off an inbound pass.Whenever we feature a dunk in RedZone we will be hashtagging on both Twitter and Facebook as #PSDDunks. This selection will build up over time and will create a nice library for casual browsing.
Wright State went on to defeat Eastern Illinois 70-43 on Thursday night, and Jerran Young may have thrown down the dunk of the year.
Young, who finished with 7 points, should have received 10 points for the dunk alone.