• Shockers fall to UConn in Round 2 of AAC Tournament

    Wichita State falls in their second round matchup at the American Athletic Conference Championship, 7-5 to Connecticut. 

  • Kansas tops No. 1 seed Texas 3-2 in Big 12 tourney opener

    Jackson Goddard was dominant as Kansas beat top-seeded Texas 3-2 on Wednesday in the Big 12 Tournament. 

  • Royals score 3 in 10th inning to down Cards 5-2

    Drew Butera had a two-run single in the 10th inning and the Kansas City Royals earned a 5-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday. 

  • Shockers open AAC baseball tourney with win

    Wichita State opened up the American Athletic Conference Championship with a 4-2 win over USF. 

  • Royals Hammel earns first win in win over Cardinals

    Alex Gordon and Salvador Perez each homered and Jason Hammel earned his first victory of the season as the Kansas City Royals beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-1 on Tuesday night.

  • Chiefs TE Harris suspended 1 game by NFL for drug violation

    Kansas City Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris was suspended one game without pay by the NFL on Tuesday for violating its substance abuse policy.

  • K-State's Weber happy Brown has NBA experience

    Kansas State junior guard Barry Brown, Jr. got a work out with the Los Angeles Lakers as he continues to test the NBA waters. 

  • Fans pan Brandi Chastain plaque

    Social media is finding little to like about the likeness on a plaque honoring retired soccer champion Brandi Chastain.    

  • Mikolas gets 1st shutout, O'Neill homers, Cards beat Royals

    Miles Mikolas pitched his first career shutout and Tyler O'Neill homered for the third straight game and drove in four runs, leading the St. Louis Cardinals to a 6-0 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Monday night.

  • Bohm named Golden Spikes Award semifinalist

    Shocker third baseman Alec Bohm has been named one of 25 semifinalists for the Golden Spikes Award. 

  • University of Kansas fires athletic director

    University of Kansas athletic director Sheahon Zengler has been relieved of his duties effective immediately. 

  • Austin, Gray lead scorching Yankees to 10-1 rout of Royals

    Tyler Austin hit a pair of two-run homers, Sonny Gray pitched eight innings of four-hit ball and the New York Yankees beat the Kansas City Royals 10-1 on Sunday to win eight consecutive series for the first time since 1998.

  • Historic season ends at NCAA Regional Final

    The Wichita State softball team fell 6-4 in the NCAA Regional Championship to end the season as the first Shocker softball team to make it to final game of the regional round.

  • Hernandez wins IBA World Title

    Wichita's Olympic bronze medalist Nico Hernandez earned his first IBA World Championship belt Saturday night at Kansas Star Arena by way of first round knockout.

  • Shocker softball moves on to first regional championship

    Wichita State softball moved on to the first regional championship game in school history with a 5-4 win over Oklahoma State on Saturday.

  • Shockers take season finale over Memphis

    Wichita State baseball sealed a series win and a trip to the American Conference Tournament with a 13-6 game three win over Memphis. The Shockers will head to Clearwater, Florida for a round one matchup with USF on Wednesday at 10 a.m. CT.
  • Sanchez hits 2 of Yankees' 5 homers in 8-3 win over Royals

    Gary Sanchez hit two of the Yankees' five home runs, Gleyber Torres had a three-run shot and New York rebounded from a series-opening loss to pound the Kansas City Royals 8-3 on Saturday night.

  • WSU falls to Arkansas in NCAA Regional round

    The Wichita State softball team fell 5-0 in game two of the NCAA Regional Round to No. 13 and regional hosts Arkansas. The Shockers will now face the winner of Oklahoma State - DePaul at 6:30 p.m. tonight with the winner advancing to a Sunday matchup against the Razorbacks.

  • Wingnuts win opener over KC, 8-2

    The Wichita Wingnuts won their season opener 8-2 over the Kansas City T-Bones on Friday night. 

  • Merrifield, Perez power Royals to 5-2 win over Yankees

    Whit Merrifield had three hits, stole three bases and scored twice off CC Sabathia in the first four innings, Jakob Junis held down the Yankees' potent offense and Kansas City beat New York 5-2 on Friday night. 

  • Shockers split doubleheader at Memphis

    The Wichita State baseball team split their doubleheader at Memphis dropping Game 1, 4-3, and winning Game 2, 8-4. 

  • Nico Hernandez weighs in for IBA World Flyweight Championship

    Nico Hernandez weighed in for his bout on Saturday night against Szilveszter Kanalas. Kanalas, nicknamed "The Silent Assassin," is 14-7 with 9 KOs in his career while Hernandez, the 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist, is 4-0 with 3 KOs.  

  • Shocker softball beats Okla. State at NCAA Regional

    The Wichita State softball team beat Oklahoma State 8-2 in the first round of the Fayetteville Regional of the NCAA Tournament. This is the program's second NCAA victory in school history. 

  • Edmonton Extends Affiliation Agreement with Wichita

    The Edmonton Oilers and the Wichita Thunder of the ECHL have extended their affiliation agreement through the 2018-19 season, the team announced today. 

  • Coaching ties help Hesston and Buhler to golf success

    The Hesston Swather golf team is used to playing this deep in May They have made it to eight straight state tournaments and finished state runners up in three of the last four seasons. 

  • VanVleet named finalist for Sixth Man of the Year

    Former Shockers guard Fred VanVleet named one of three finalists for the NBA Sixth Man of the Year award.

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    KU Golf headed to National Championships

    The University of Kansas golf team is headed to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 2000. KU had all five players shoot under par over the entire Regional. Their Stockton Regional championship is the first Regional victory in school history. 

  • K-State beats Wichita State 7-3

    The Kansas State Wildcats (21-30) beat Wichita State (32-18-1) 7-3 in the Shockers' home finale on Tuesday night. K-State starter Justin Heskett pitched a complete game allowing just six hits and striking out four Shocker batters. 

  • Reaves transfers to Oklahoma

    Wichita State transfer Austin Reaves has signed his financial aid agreement with the University of Oklahoma, the school announced today. Reaves spent the last two seasons at WSU averaging 8.1 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2 assists last year

  • Wendle RBI single with 2 outs in 9th lifts Rays over Royals

    Joey Wendle singled in a run with two outs in the ninth inning to lift the Tampa Bay Rays over the Kansas City Royals 6-5 on Tuesday night. 

  • Barton punches ticket to JUCO World Series

    The Barton Cougars beat Cowley twice to win the Region VI Tournament and punch their ticket to the 2018 JUCO World Series in Grand Junction

  • Shocker softball gets ready for NCAA Tournament

    Shocker softball is going dancing as they are about to hit the road for Fayetteville, Ark. where they will square off with some familiar foes.

  • Hechavarria shimmies past Perez at plate, Rays beat Royals

    Adeiny Hechavarria danced around catcher Salvador Perez with an inventive slide at home plate to score the go-ahead run, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Kansas City Royals 2-1 on Monday night. 

  • Shocker softball earns at-large bid

    There was some question as to whether or not Wichita State softball had put together a good enough resume to land an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament enter the weekend, but the question was answered tonight during the televised selection show.

  • Shockers and Bulls end in 11 inning tie

    Wichita State baseball's weekend series began with a 17-2 8-inning run-rule and, fittingly enough, it ended with an 10-and-a-half-inning tie.

  • Kluber, Gomes lead Indians past Royals 11-2

    Corey Kluber became the American League's first six-game winner and the Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals 11-2 on Sunday.

  • Lindor hits 2 HRs, 2 doubles to help Indians beat Royals 6-2

    Francisco Lindor homered twice and and doubled twice to help the Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals 6-2 Saturday. Lindor hit solo home runs in the third and seventh, and scored four runs.

  • USF evens series with 9-6 win

    No. 22 USF evened the series with a 9-6 win over Wichita State in game two.   Hunter Gibson went 2-for-4 with two RBI, while Luke Ritter, Paxton Wallace and Alex Jackson each had a RBI.

  • Miller returns but allows Perez HR as Royals beat Indians

    Andrew Miller, activated from the disabled list before the game, gave up Salvador Perez's two-run homer in the seventh inning and the Kansas City Royals rallied to defeat the Cleveland Indians 10-9 on Friday night. 

  • Shockers run-rule USF in series opener

    Wichita State was able to score 17 runs on 17 hits to run-rule No. 22 USF, 17-2, in game one of their three game series. Starter Cody Heuer threw a complete game going eight innings only giving up two runs on ten hits with one walk and six strikeouts. The Shockers hit five home runs. Alec Bohm had two of them. WSU and USF play game two of the series on Sat., May 12 at 2 p.m. and wrap up the series on Sun., May 13 at 10:30 a.m.  
  • Shocker tennis advances to Round of 32 for first time since 2007

    The Wichita State women's tennis team beat Syracues 4-1 on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to advance to the Round of 32 for the first time since 2007. 

  • Plenty of star power coming to Eck Stadium on Friday night

    If you want to see a bunch of future big leaguers in Wichita, get out to Eck Stadium on Friday night. 

  • Orioles beat Royals 11-6 for 2nd winning streak of season

    Adam Jones homered, scored three runs and had three RBIs, and the Baltimore Orioles outslugged the Kansas City Royals 11-6 Thursday night to emerge with their second winning streak of the season. 

  • KU great Collison retires after 15 seasons in NBA

    Oklahoma City forward Nick Collison is retiring after 15 years with the Thunder.    

  • Shockers dominate South Dakota State for another midweek win

    Wichita State scored three runs in the first inning on the way to a 10-0 win over South Dakota State on Wednesday night at Eck Stadium. n J...

  • FC Wichita wins U.S. Open Cup opener

    FC Wichita took down OKC Energy U23, 3-1, on Wednesday night to advance to the second round of the U.S. Open Cup.  Leo Sosa scored twice in two minutes in the first half for FC Wichita giving the home team a 2-0 lead. OKC later answered in the second half before Ben Andoh tacked on an insurance goal for Wichita late in the game. They advance to play Tulsa Roughnecks FC in the second round of the U.S. Open Cup.
  • Butler sweeps Trinidad State to punch ticket to National Tournament

    The back-to-back national champion Butler Grizzlies took down Trinidad State, 8-0 and 11-2, to sweep their NJCAA District E championship series. They now will head to the NJCAA National Tournament in St. George, Utah next weekend. The Grizzlies are also now 50-4, their third straight season to reach the 50-win plateau and fourth in school history. 
  • Thunder extend head coach Malcolm Cameron

    Wichita Thunder head coach Malcolm Cameron has been signed to a contract extension. 

  • Orioles beat Royals 5-3 to end 7-game skid

    Mark Trumbo delivered a tiebreaking two-run single in the eighth inning, Chris Davis homered and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Kansas City Royals 5-3 Wednesday night to end a seven-game losing streak. 

  • WSU's Wright named AAC softball player of the year

    Wichita State senior Mackenzie Wright has been named the American Athletic Conference's Player of the Year after leading the league in batting average. 

  • Shockers take down ORU 2-1

    Wichita State snapped Oral Roberts' nine game winning streak, 2-1, on Tuesday night. 

  • Royals blitz Bundy, Orioles with 10-run 1st in 15-7 win

    Dylan Bundy set a dubious modern-day record, yielding four homers and leaving without getting an out, part of a 10-run first inning that propelled the Kansas City Royals past the hapless Baltimore Orioles 15-7 Tuesday night. 

  • Shockers land WVU transfer Teddy Allen

    Wichita State lands West Virginia transfer Teddy Allen, he announced on Twitter Tuesday night.

  • FC Wichita ready for US Open Cup

    FC Wichita took care of business in their first match of the season beating Ozark FC 5-0. Now their focus shifts to the U.S. Open Cup. This national tournament gives the club a chance to compete against the best clubs in all of American professional soccer in a one-and-done format. 

  • Wingnuts hold annual media day

    The Wingnuts held their media day on Tuesday afternoon ahead of their final season at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. There are some big changes for the club from top to bottom. 

  • K-State's Hill stepping down at end of season

    The winningest baseball coach in Kansas State history will step down at the end of the season, Director of Athletics Gene Taylor announced.  

  • Former Shocker Matt Braeuer promoted to CoC assistant

    Former Wichita State guard Matt Braeuer has been promoted to an assistant coach at the College of Charleston. 

  • Shocker softball drop final series at USF

    The Wichita State softball team fell 3-1 in the final conference series of the year to eventual regular season champions USF in a rain-delayed final matchup.

  • Moustakas helps Royals top Tigers 4-2, win first series

    The Kansas City Royals won a series for the first time in 11 tries this season, beating the Detroit Tigers 4-2 Sunday as Mike Moustakas drove in three runs with a double and sacrifice fly.

  • Shocker baseball routs Cincinnati in game 2

    Wichita State baseball bounced back from an 8-2 loss on Friday to Cincinnati with a 9-1 win in game 2 on Saturday. Freshman pitcher Tyler Davis pitched six innings and picked up five strikeouts on four hits and one unearned run.

  • Shocker softball drops game 2 to USF

    Wichita State softball dropped game two to USF 6-1 on Saturday. Laruie Derrico's solo home run in the sixth inning put an end to a shutout, but the Bulls bats were too much to overcome.

  • Zimmermann, Castellanos help Tigers beat Royals 3-2

    Jordan Zimmermann allowed two hits over five scoreless innings, Nicholas Castellanos had three extra-base hits and the Detroit Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals 3-2 on Saturday.

  • Shockers fall to 0-7 on Friday in conference play

    Shocker baseball fell to 0-7 in conference play on Friday nights with a game 1 loss to Cincinnati at Eck Stadium Friday.

  • Royals bail out ballboy by rallying for 4-2 win over Tigers

    Jorge Soler drove in the go-ahead runs with a two-out single in the eighth inning, bailing out a chagrined ballboy and giving the Kansas City Royals a 4-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night.

  • Shockers take Game 1 at USF

    The Wichita State softball team got one step closer to an American Athletic Conference championship after beating South Florida 2-0 in Game 1 of their three game series. 

  • East swim wins another GWAL title

    The East Blue Aces girls swimming team won their tenth straight City League title on Thursday night. They set four GWAL records along the way. The state swim meet is set for May 17-19 in Topeka.
  • Royals hit 3 homers as offense powers 10-6 win over Tigers

    Lucas Duda had three hits and drove in four, the Royals pounded a trio of homers and Kansas City beat the Detroit Tigers 10-6 on Thursday to open their four-game series. 

  • Wingnuts: 2018 the final year of Lawrence-Dumont Stadium

    2018 will be the final season for Lawrence-Dumont Stadium,  the Wichita Wingnuts announced in a news release today.  

  • Wins for Kansas: Old Cowtown Vintage Baseball

    The Red Stockings and the Bulldozers really did play in Wichita in the late 1800s - and a form of them still do.

  • Royals rout Tigers 16-4, set season highs for runs and hits

    Brandon Moss drove in four runs, Mike Moustakas had three RBIs and the Kansas City Royals routed the error-prone Detroit Tigers 16-4 on Thursday night. 

  • K-State football takes turn at Big XII media days

    The Kansas State Wildcats took their turn on the podium Tuesday in Frisco, Texas at Big XII media days.

  • Tigers trade away JD Martinez, still pound Royals 9-3

    Nicholas Castellanos homered twice and drove in five runs, Detroit scored five times in the second inning and the Tigers cruised from there to a 9-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday night.

  • Wins for Kansas: Laurie Bell Memorial Golf Tournament

    Bell came up with an idea to raise money for Newman University athletics.

  • Beltre, Napoli homer as Rangers rally to 5-3 win over Royals

    Adrian Beltre hit a three-run homer, pinch-hitter Mike Napoli had a go-ahead two-run shot and the Texas Rangers rallied to beat the Kansas City Royals 5-3 on Friday night. Martin Perez (5-6) allowed eight hits and a walk over seven innings, but kept all that traffic to just three runs. 

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  • Kain's four hits not enough to save Wingnuts in opener

    Harrison Kain went 4-for-4 but it was not enough for the Wichita Wingnuts as they dropped their 2016 opener to the Lincoln Saltdogs 6-1 Thursday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. After each starting pitcher retired the side in order in the first, Lincoln (1-0) opened the scoring in the second. Three singles loaded the bases with one out for Pat McKenna who lined a single to center field. The ball went past Wichita’s center fielder Kain, clearing the bases on the play and puttin...
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