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Wichita State coaches and athletes are at their improvisational best during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most Shocker athletes are at home under orders to avoid contact with people. Gyms are closed. Tracks are closed. Their old school – with its hoops, batting cages and barbells – is closed. That sends Shockers to the backyards, parks, woods, garages and basements in search of workout space and equipment.
Due to ongoing concerns with the COVID-19 virus the American Athletic Conference has suspended all spring sporting events until further notice. Couper Cornblum grew up playing baseball. More importantly, he grew up observing and learning about baseball. Eddie Cornblum, Couper's father,...
Wichita State center Jaime Echenique, who grew up in Colombia, is a late-comer to the joys of the NCAA Tournament. He learned more about when he came to the United States to play basketball at Trinity Valley Community College four...
Wichita State (20-7, 8-6) owns an NCAA-worthy resume entering Thursday's game against Temple (14-13, 6-8) at Koch Arena (7 p.m., ESPN). However, the Shockers are nowhere close to securely in the field of 68.
Profile of Wichita State freshman guard Noah Fernandes. The Shockers have won their past two games with Fernandes in the starting lineup.
The Wichita State Shockers 2019-20 season begins Tuesday, Nov. 5th at 7:00pm CT with an exciting matchup against the visiting University of Nebraska Omaha Mavericks. The game will be televised live on YurView Kansas (Cox Ch. 2022) and streaming...
Wichita State went looking in New England to find its backcourt of the future, and boy did New England deliver for Gregg Marshall. Tyson Etienne and Noah Fernandes are both freshmen with the  2019-20 Shockers, and undoubtedly the New England...
When Seraphine Bastin stepped onto Devlin Court at Charles Koch Arena during her official visit, she sensed a special moment was upon her. After spending her early years in Dinant, Belgium, she decided to turn down offers from Kentucky, Wake...
There have always been a few constants in life: death, taxes, and a 16-seed in the NCAA Tournament losing to a 1-seed. It was the bracket equivalent of a free space for every person. The first thing you did,...
Aaliyah Moore, 2019 USA Basketball Under-16 Women's Team

Aaliyah Moore Named Oklahoma’s Gatorade Player Of The Year

One of the few bright spots in an otherwise bleak high school spring sports season occurred recently with the announcement of the annual Boys...

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