• Kansas Sports HOF announces Class of 2018

    The Kansas Sports Hall of Fame (KSHOF) has announced the members of the Class of 2018 who will be inducted on Sunday, October 7th in Wichita. 

  • Former Masters champion Mike Weir to play in Wichita Open

    Former Masters champion Mike Weir will play in the Wichita Open. 

  • Keitha Adams basketball camps underway

    Wichita State's Keitha Adams Summer Basketball camps are underway at Koch Arena, starting with team camp today. 

  • Buddy Hield brings basketball camp back to Wichita

    Former Sunrise Christian Buffalo turned NBA star Buddy Hield is back in Wichita for a second straight year hosting his basketball camp. 

  • Winfield native Riley Osen earns Steeplechase All-American Honors

    Winfield native Riley Osen finished eighth in the final race of the 3000m steeplechase.

  • Northwest's Hicks picks Sooners

    Marcus Hicks has racked up more than 20 offers from some of the best college football programs in the nation. The rising senior defensive end made his decision known on Friday, verbally committing to the University of Oklahoma.

  • K-State hires Hughes as head baseball coach

    Pete Hughes has been named the 21st head baseball coach at Kansas State. The former Virginia Tech and Oklahoma head coach has more than 650 wins in 21 seasons as a head coach and has agreed to a five-year deal with the Wildcats. 

  • Mitgaard eager for expanding role with Shockers

    Shocker sophomore Asbjorn Mitgaard has now spent a full year in the United States. The Denmark native did a lot of learning in his freshman season and he hopes it will all pay off this winter.

  • Shockers and Jayhawks women's basketball teams to play in Duel in the Desert

    Wichita State will be one of eight teams to participate in the 2018 Duel in the Desert, Dec. 19-21 at UNLV's Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas, it was announced Thursday.

  • Haynes-Jones becoming more vocal

    There will be two seniors on this year's Wichita State squad, forward Markis McDuffie and guard Samajae Haynes-Jones. For Haynes-Jones, a Wichita East graduate, he used his junior season as a time to grow. 

  • Double-digit Shockers taken in 2018 MLB Draft

    Ten total Shockers were taken in the 2018 MLB Draft tying the school record for most players drafted in a season.

  • KU's Goddard goes in third round to Diamondbacks

    The Arizona Diamondbacks drafted Kansas junior Jackson Goddard with the 99th overall pick in the MLB Draft. 

  • White Sox draft Shocker duo

    The Chicago White Sox used a couple of their day two picks on Wichita State Shockers. First, they took right-handed pitcher Codi Heuer with the 148th overall pick in the 6th round. They later took catcher Gunnar Troutwine in the 9th round with the 258th overall pick.

  • McDuffie ready to step up for senior season

    There are a lot of new faces on the Wichita State Shockers next season, but one of their most familiar will be back for his senior season. Markis McDuffie was able to workout with the Oklahoma City Thunder and Atlanta Hawks last month before withdrawing his name from the NBA Draft and returning to WSU for his final year. 

  • Braves draft Wichita State's Jenista at No. 49 overall

    The Atlanta Braves draft Wichita State's Greyson Jenista with the 49th overall pick in the MLB Draft. 

  • Bohm taken No. 3 overall to Philadelphia

    Wichita State's Alec Bohm is the third overall pick in the 2018 MLB First Year Player Draft. The Philadelphia Phillies used their first round selection on the Shocker third baseman.