Wright State dropped a pair of games to Green Bay Saturday at the WSU Softball Field, falling 2-1 in the opener and 7-3 in the nightcap.
Hits were at a premium in the opener as both teams had just four. The Phoenix collected three of those four hits in scoring twice in the third, while WSU's lone run came on one swing as Kacie Rapshus homered to straight away center in the fourth, her second of the season.
Krystian DeWitt was the tough-luck loser despite striking out nine.
In the second game, the Raiders opened the scoring as Kristi Boreing led off the bottom of the first with a solo home run to left center, her second of the year.
It was all Green Bay from there, however, as the Phoenix scored single runs in the second, third and seventh and broke it open with four in the sixth, the big blow being a three-run double by Danielle Peerenboom.
A Rapshus triple and a wild pitch resulted in a WSU run in the sixth and two errors turned into a run in the seventh.
Chelsea Archer had two hits in the second game for Wright State (20-29, 8-12), which wraps up the series with a noon game on Sunday. The Raiders will recognize their four seniors--Archer, Michelle Baker, China Frost and Kate Kine--before the contest.