Wichita State Shockers

March 9, 2014 6:57 PM

Shocker report (March 9)

The Missouri Valley Conference, for reasons unknown, didn’t name an all-tournament team in 1985 or 1987 when WSU won. That makes junior Tekele Cotton the Shockers’ first Most Outstanding Player in the event.

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Wichita State center fielder Ashley Johnson 01:09

Wichita State center fielder Ashley Johnson

Wichita State pitcher Jenni Brooks 01:13

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Wichita State Softball Coach Kristi Bredbenner 02:35

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Wichita State's Shocker Sound debuts anthem

Wichita State softball run-rules Tulsa, 11-3 04:56

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Wichita State baseball coach Todd Butler 02:19

Wichita State baseball coach Todd Butler

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Fans welcome the Shockers home

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