Ryan Perry, Amy Mader and friends. My husband and I watched the WSU vs Kentucky game last year at the watch party for WSU in Brentwood, CA. There we ran into an avid Louisville fan who became a "Shocker fan for life" and an ex-basketball player for the women's WSU team.
Submitted by Amy Mader
My border collie, Kaiden, gets in the Shocker spirit, too!
My 10-year-old son, Rex, wrote a rhyming poem for his class assignment. He's from a big Shocker lovin' family as you can tell from the dead tree turned Wu Shock in his Grandma and Poppy's backyard.
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity and Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. This photo was featured back in ‘05 or ‘06. We stormed the court after this particular game and watched them cut down the net.
Wichita Eagle/submitted by Brandon Carlson
Two-month-old Addilyn Howell, playing angry.
Casey Howell, Addie’s father
Debby Hamlin and Lorene Harrison celebrate Lorene’s 95th birthday party February 26th, 2014. Mom passed in October of 2014. Heaven now has a HUGE Shocker Fan and I'm pretty sure the party continues in 2015 with a birds eye view of Shocker Mania and our present season.
The Sunflower, Submitted by Debby Hamlin
Aniston Borrego, Peyton Borrego and Coach Gregg Marshall.
Dennis and Jackie Kerr
My son, Graham Leastman, is sitting on the court with his WSU basketball, watching his older sister play in a basketball game. Submitted by Dietra Leastman.
Residents at Avita Rolling Hills getting ready to watch the game
Submitted by Liz Gorges
Amy Mader and Ryan Perry at the WSU vs. Ohio State game in Los Angeles during the NCAA tournament.
Shocker love from head to toe.
Riley Joe Challans loves his Shockers.
A friend and I took my almost 3-year-old son, Brady Rosenhamer, to his first basketball game and he had an absolute blast. I'm pretty sure his face says it all and it's not just he popcorn ;) We were in the very top row and they were the best seats in the house that night. He talks about the game every day.
Lilo is a huge Shocker fan. She always dresses up for game day.
Keenan is a super fan. One of his greatest joys is attending games.
Scooter loves the Shockers. She always wears black to support them!
Tim and Kim Vincent
Vanessa Martinez and Aphrodite Campbell – watching the WSU game at the Roundhouse.
Submitted by Vanessa Martinez
Valerie Davis and Santa at Shocker game at Intrust Bank Arena.
Submitted by Kathy Garofalo
Ajax – nickname "Big Dawg" – is ready to take care of business with his old school WuShock Shocker Basketball Camp basketball and Antoine Carr terminator sunglasses.
Danielle Ritzman, Misty Brake, Michelle Louis, Janelle Halstead, Amy chambers, Patty Beale, Nicole Kriegisch, Erica Sage, Mary Reed, Jennifer Smith. Eight sisters and two nieces of the Brake family showing our Shocker Pride at Arch Madness Pep Rally, March 6, 2015.
Greg Patterson Photography
Toby supports the Wichita State Shockers
This is me being Michelangelo working on my garage ceiling with a staple gun. Whenever someone comes to work on my house they always pause to look up and around.
Theresa Frey, left, and daughter Krystal Iseminger showing their Shocker pride at Koch Arena.
Ellery Gandu is sharing a message with Wichita State head coaches Marshall and Adams.
Brock Welch, ready for the big game with Grandpa.
My grandson, Bennett Welch, does a spot-on impression of We Wu! If he could, he'd be cheering "Go Shox!" He was 4 months when I shot this photo before we left for the Drake-WSU game on Jan 25th, 2015. It was Bennett's first time on the jumbo-tron at that game also!
Benjamin and Allison Headley, 3-month-old twins.
Steven R. Smith and Jan Jaye-Smith at Arch Madness in St Louis, March 2015.
Submitted by Jan Jaye-Smith
Cody and Lauren King. Initiating a Texan into Shocker Nation during last year's NCAA tourney!
Alexandra Gray wanted to dress up as a WSU cheerleader for school to support the shockers during their game against Illinois St.
Kevin Jones at Koch Arena on Feb. 28, 2015, waiting to get into Game Day.
Mary Pat Aaron
Front row: Erica Sage, Jocelyn Kriegisch, Gabby Kriegisch, Janelle Halstead. Back row: Michelle Louis, Misty Brake, Mary Reed, Jen Smith, Amy Chambers, Sean Sage, Nicole Kriegisch. Shockaholics at the St. Louis ScottTrade Center.
Submitted by Jennifer Smith
Cletha Ponds, showing Shocker spirit!
Submitted by Cletha Jones
Dolly is a year and a half old wheaten terrier who loves the Shockers.
Alistair was born in Kentucky, but now lives in Irvine, Ca., with his pet parent, Kathy Graves. He is sure the Shox can beat Kentucky!
Gerry Ybarra and Shirley Farber - Crazies at the Arch, St. Louis, 2015.
Molly Nespor, Cindy Graves and Shonda Hayes, standing in front of a Wu Shock that Cindy drew on her living room wall during a WSU game.
My 7-month-old grandson Avery Raulsten enjoys watching the Shockers play!
All Shockers all the time at a Wichita State home game.
Kennedy Southwick loves to cheer on the Shockers.
Michelle Louis, Misty Brake, Jen Smith, Janelle Halstead, Amy Chambers, Nicole Kriegisch - the Shocker Sisters clowning around after game 1 at Arch Madness! Big glasses...big win.