BOZEMAN -- Ryan Evanochko scored 19 points as Wisconsin-Green Bay came from behind Saturday to beat Montana State 75-70. Trailing 54-44 following Nick Dissly's 3-pointer with 12:52 remaining, the Phoenix (5-2) reeled off 13 unanswered points to take a 57-54 lead on Benito Flores' layup with 8:54 left. MSU (1-6) regained the lead, 64-63, on Branden Miller's 3-pointer with 6:09 left. Miller led all scorers with 25 points, including four 3-pointers. The Bobcats were 12-of-34 from beyond the stripe. Green Bay went up 65-64 on Evanochko's short turnaround jumper and took a 68-64 lead on Josh Lawrence's layup and free throw with 5:33 left. The Bobcats pulled to 72-70 on a short jumper by Miller with 2:56 remaining and had a chance to tie, but Marvin Moss' layup with less than a minute left was too strong. Matt Rohde hit one of two free throws with 25.4 seconds left to give Green Bay a 73-70 lead and Javier Mendiburu tied up Miller on the ensuing possession with the arrow in the Phoenix favor. Flores sank two free throws with 13 seconds left to ice the win. Tyler Koenig and Flores each scored 12 points for Green Bay and Mendiburu had 11. Moss and Ja'Ron Jefferson scored 12 each for Montana State and Dissly finished with 10.