• 1st and 10: Maize South Mavericks

    The Maize South Mavericks have built quite the winning tradition only losing four games over the past two seasons. 

  • 1st and 10: Goddard Lions

    Big changes coming this fall for the Goddard Lions. A new head coach, a new classification but they are working to continue their winning ways. 

  • Cardinals rally to beat Royals 8-2 for 5th straight win

    Yadier Molina broke a tie with a two-run single in the seventh inning, Tyson Ross won his St. Louis debut and the Cardinals defeated the Kansas City Royals 8-2 on Sunday to win their fifth straight, matching a season high. 

  • Foresters beat NJCAA National Team for NBC Championship

    The Santa Barbara Foresters had a walkoff walk to beat the NJCAA National Team 6-5 on Saturday, winning their 7th NBC World Series Championship.  

  • Flaherty, streaking Cardinals top Royals 8-3

    Jack Flaherty struck out nine in seven innings, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Kansas City Royals 8-3 on Saturday night for their fourth straight win. 

  • Carpenter homers again, leads Gomber, Cards over Royals 7-0

     Matt Carpenter homered for the sixth time in seven games, Austin Gomber pitched five scoreless innings and the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Kansas City Royals 7-0 Friday night.

  • K-State's Snyder agrees to five-year contract extension

    Kansas State's Bill Snyder has agreed to a new five-year contract extension as the head coach of the Wildcats, director of athletics Gene Taylor announced today.

  • Shocker volleyball starts practice

    The Wichita State Shockers volleyball team held their first day of official practice on Wednesday. 

  • Montgomery, Bote lead Cubs to 5-0 victory over Royals

    Mike Montgomery allowed five hits over six-plus innings, David Bote drove in a career-high three runs and the Chicago Cubs beat the Kansas City Royals 5-0 Tuesday night. Montgomery (4-4), who the Royals drafted in the first round in 2008, picked up his first win since June 29.

  • K-State talks running back depth at Media Day

    When K-State kicks off its 2018 season next month they will have a lot of experience on the offensive side of the ball.

  • WATCH: Foresters and A's set NBC record for runs

    The Santa Barbara Foresters and  Dodge City A's set a NBC record for combined runs and hits in a game on Sunday.  The Foresters beat the A's 20-12 in seven innings. 

  • Cave's grand slam lifts Twins past Royals

    Rookie Jake Cave hit his first career grand slam and closer Fernando Rodney survived a chaotic ninth inning as the Minnesota Twins beat the Kansas City Royals 6-5 on Sunday.

  • Berrios goes 7 as Twins beat Royals 8-2

    Max Kepler had three hits, including a two-run homer that put Minnesota ahead to stay, and Jose Berrios threw seven sharp innings to help the Twins beat the Kansas City Royals 8-2 on Saturday night. 

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    Shockers release non-conference schedule

    Wichita State unveiled its 2018-19 non-conference schedule on Thursday morning. The 12-game pre-conference slate includes six home games, four neutral site contests and two road dates. Tip times and television details will be announced at a later date after the American Athletic Conference schedule release (traditionally in early September). WSU hosts Catawba College, a Division II program from Salisbury, N.C., in an exhibition contest on Tuesday, Oct. 30 and opens the regular seaso...
  • Shockers schedule home and home with VCU

    Wichita State will play a home-and-home men’s basketball series with VCU beginning this December in Richmond, Va. The teams square off Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018 at VCU’s Siegel Center. 

  • Sedgwick grad Brylie Ware back in Wichita for the NBC World Series

    Brylie Ware, a senior infielder for the Oklahoma Sooners, has traded in his crimson and cream this summer to play third base for the Kansas Cannons in the NBC World Series. 

  • Former Shocker Shaq Morris signs with Bnei Herzliya

    Former Wichita State Shocker center Shaquille Morris signed with Bnei Herzliya on Sunday, a professional basketball team in Israel. 

  • JA Happ dominant in winning Yankees debut, 6-3 over Royals

    J.A. Happ made the midseason impact the Yankees hoped for, pitching one-run ball over six innings to win his New York debut 6-3 over the Kansas City Royals on Sunday. 

  • Yankees rally late, beat Royals 5-4 to split doubleheader

    Greg Bird homered to begin a two-run rally in the eighth inning as the New York Yankees survived a rough outing by newly acquired reliever Zach Britton and a tumble by CC Sabathia, beating the Kansas City Royals 5-4 Saturday for a split of their day-night doubleheader. 

  • Severino again hit hard, KC tops Yanks 10-5 to open twinbill

    All-Star ace Luis Severino got hit hard in another shaky start and the Kansas City Royals, hours after trading cornerstone Mike Moustakas, beat the New York Yankees 10-5 Saturday in the opener a day-night doubleheader. 

  • Last Chance U reaction with the Kansas Jayhawk Conference

    "If I have to take the heat for being rough around the edges and getting it done then so be it but as long as the kids understand that and move on and do well and represent their families and themselves well, I'm fine with taking heat. I'm about as JUCO as JUCO can get," said Independence football coach Jason Brown. 

  • Derby starts off NBC World Series with a win

    The 84th NBC World Series started on Friday at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, which could be the last time we see it at the place it has called home since 1935. 

  • Frank Mason hosts youth basketball camps in Wichita area

    There's been a lot of star power in town this summer, camps with Buddy Hield, Fred VanVleet and Perry Ellis so far... just to name a few. Friday was Frank Mason's day at Wichita Hoops.  

  • Frankamp holds basketball camp

    Wichita's own Conner Frankamp hosted his first basketball camp on Thursday afternoon.