Wichita State Shockers

March 4, 2014 3:59 PM

1960s: A rise to national prominence

Just like Gonzaga 2013 and Kansas 1981, the Shockers’ victory over Cincinnati on Feb. 16, 1963 at the Roundhouse was a landmark moment for the program. Cincinnati was No. 1 and the king of the Missouri Valley, but Wichita held the Bearcats without a basket for the final seven minutes. Legend in the making Dave Stallworth scored seven of his school-record 46 points in the last 3:10 and WU won 65-64. A statement victory.

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