• Shockers dominate Jayhawks 11-0

    Wichita State dominated in-state rival Kansas 11-0 in front of more than three thousand fans on Wednesday night. The No. 24 Shockers were able to get ahead early while starting pitcher Tyler Davis threw five shutout innings only allowing two hits, one walk, while striking out a career high eight batters. 

  • WSU softball pulls off regular season sweep of Oklahoma State

    The Wichita State softball team was able to belt four home runs and strike out eight to pull off a regular season sweep of No. 19/24 Oklahoma State 9-6 on Wednesday. 

  • Salina Liberty honors Greg Gibson

    Salina Central linebacker Greg Gibson is ready for his senior season. One year after being diagnosed with a form of bone cancer, he has finished treatments reaching a goal he set for himself. 

  • Shockers sign prep standout Dexter Dennis

    Believe Sports Academy head coach Tyson Waterman knew Dexter Dennis would be a perfect fit at Wichita State. "This could be a match made in heaven for this kid," he said. 

  • Huskies take two from Shockers in Friday doubleheader

    UConn won both games of their doubleheader against No. 20 Wichita State on Friday night winning Game 1, 7-4, and Game 2, 9-4.

  • Troutwine's new look helping Shockers stay hot

    Wichita State senior Gunnar Troutwine has gone through a lot of changes over his four seasons with the Shockers. Once a baby faced catcher, this past July, Troutwine decided to grow a beard. 

  • Shockers rally to beat Oklahoma State 10-7

    Wichita State trailed five runs into the eight inning but were able to come from behind and beat Oklahoma State 10-7 in Stillwater on Tuesday. Gunnar Troutwine smacked a game winning three-run home run in the ninth finishing 2-for-4 with three RBI, a home run and a double. Trailing 7-2 in the eighth, Greyson Jenista had an RBI double to score Jordan Boyer than on a Cowboy error Luke Ritter and Jenista were able to score and make it 7-5. Then with two outs, still trailing two runs, ...
  • Wichita State's Bohm named to Golden Spikes Award midseason watch list

    Wichita State's Alec Bohm has been named to the USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award midseason watch list. This award goes to the top amateur baseball player in the country. The midseason list features 40 of the nation's top players at the college ranks. 

  • Thunder gear up for Kelly Cup playoffs

    History is being made over at INTRUST Bank Arena. The Wichita Thunder are headed to the Kelly Cup Playoffs for the first time. 

  • Emporia St. basketball coach resigns

    Men's Basketball coach Shaun Vandiver will be leaving Emporia State after seven seasons to return to the University of Wyoming for the third time in his coaching career. 

  • KU's Vick to skip senior season, turn pro

    Kansas guard Lagerald Vick will forego his senior season to pursue playing basketball professionally, Vick announced Friday.   

  • Shockers take down Oklahoma State 7-5 in midweek tilt

    Wichita State picked up a midweek win over Oklahoma State 7-5 on Wednesday. Dayton Dugas smack a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to break the tie and give the Shockers the lead once and for all. 

  • KU's Newman declares for NBA Draft

    Kansas sophomore guard Malik Newman will enter the NBA Draft and will leave the Jayhawk program, he announced today. 

  • Wichita State vs. Oklahoma State postponed until Wednesday

    The Wichita State-Oklahoma State baseball game scheduled for Tue., April 3 has been moved to Wed., April 4 due to expected cold temperatures and wind on Tuesday evening. The game between the Shockers and Cowboys will start at 6 p.m. on Wednesday at Eck Stadium.
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    Kansas-Nova a head-to-head of All-Americans

    When Villanova and Kansas meet Saturday, it will offer a potential matchup between two Associated Press All-American point guards.