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2013-14 Wichita State schedule (35-1, 18-0)

March 18 at 11:40 a.m.

All times p.m. unless noted

Nov. 2Okla. Baptist (exh.)W, 73-29
Nov. 9Emporia StateW, 93-50
Nov. 11Western KentuckyW, 66-49
Nov. 14William and Mary (CBE)W, 79-62
Nov. 16Tennessee State (CBE)W, 85-71
Nov. 20at TulsaW, 77-54
Nov. 25c-DePaulW, 90-72
Nov. 26c-BYUW, 75-62
Dec. 1at Saint LouisW, 70-65
Dec. 7Oral RobertsW, 71-58
Dec. 14i-TennesseeW, 70-61
Dec. 17at AlabamaW, 72-67
Dec. 22NC CentralW, 77-66
Dec. 29DavidsonW, 81-70
Jan 2at Southern IllinoisW, 82-67
Jan. 5Northern IowaW, 67-53
Jan. 8Illinois StateW, 66-47
Jan. 11at Missouri StateW, 72-69 (OT)
Jan. 14BradleyW, 72-50
Jan. 18Indiana StateW, 68-48
Jan. 22at Illinois StateW, 70-55
Jan. 25at DrakeW, 78-61
Jan. 28LoyolaW, 57-45
Feb. 1EvansvilleW, 81-67
Feb. 5at Indiana StateW, 65-58
Feb. 8at Northern IowaW, 82-73
Feb. 11Southern IllinoisW, 78-67
Feb. 16at EvansvilleW, 84-68
Feb. 19at LoyolaW, 88-74
Feb. 22DrakeW, 83-54
Feb. 25at BradleyW, 69-49
March 1Missouri StateW, 68-45
March 7MVC: EvansvilleW, 80-58
March 8MVC: Missouri StateW, 67-42
March 9MVC: Indiana StateW, 83-69
March 21NCAA: Cal Poly (16)W, 64-37
March 23NCAA: Kentucky (8)L, 78-76
c-CBE at Kansas City
i-at Intrust Bank Arena
MVC-MVC Tournament at St. Louis
NCAA-NCAA Tournament at St. Louis

The Wichita Eagle and Paul Suellentrop cover the Wichita State Shockers. Coach Gregg Marshall's Wichita State basketball team is looking for a third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Follow the Shockers as Cleathony Early, Ron Baker, Fred VanVleet, Kadeem Coleby and Evan Wessel try to get the Shockers back to the Final Four. Read Kansas.com and Suellentrop's Shockwaves blog for news, scores, rankings, photos, video and more. Sign up for our weekly Shocker newsletter.

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Wichita State’s Jody Adams receives new contract, annuity

July 22 at 2:57 p.m.

Wichita State’s Jody Adams agreed to a new women’s basketball coaching contract Tuesday that calls for an increase in salary, the continuation of a five-year rollover and a $400,000 annuity to be paid should Adams stay five more seasons.

Commemorating the Final Four

Purchase "Winning Angry," The Eagle's 128-page hardcover book with more than 100 color photographs.
Purchase t-shirts, posters and page reprints from The Wichita Eagle store.
Complete Shocker Final Four section.

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