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WSU notes: Emily Hiebert learns intricacies of setter position

Emily Hiebert called it “Story time with Matt.”

Evansville’s Freeland strikes out 15 Shockers

Close to 30 scouts from major league teams sat behind home plate at Braun Stadium to see Evansville pitcher Kyle Freeland face Wichita State.

Shocker softball rises to first place in MVC

Wichita State softball coach Kristi Bredbenner thinks hitters come first when building a team. Show pitchers run support and recruiting gets easier.

Shocker report: Evansville 5, WSU 1

Wichita State coach Todd Butler continues to be disappointed in his team’s execution with runners on base. The Shockers went 1 for 9 with runners in scoring position and are 6 for 64 in the past seven games.

Wichita State pitcher A.J. Ladwig learns some strikes are better than others

Wichita State pitcher A.J. Ladwig started in a great place — he threw strikes all the time. Sometimes, he threw too many strikes.

Shocker bowling teams take aim on national titles

Things are almost back to normal within the Wichita State bowling program.

Wichita State’s Derail Green will transfer

Redshirt freshman Derail Green is leaving Wichita State’s men’s basketball program, according to coach Gregg Marshall.

Shocker report: ORU 9, WSU 4

Wichita State’s Garrett Bayliff summed up WSU’s recent misery with his eighth-inning double.

Oral Roberts beats Wichita State 9-4

Before the Wichita State bus departed on Wednesday, coach Todd Butler hugged every player and told him he believed in him. Before Wednesday’s game, assistant coach Brian Walker carried a pink stuffed elephant through the dugout and told the players not to look.

Two juco pitchers commit to WSU

Two junior college pitchers will sign with Wichita State next week.

K-State’s Jake Matthys rediscovers success while WSU struggles continue

In a season filled with ups and downs, no member of Kansas State’s baseball team has endured more downs than Jake Matthys.

Wichita State’s Marshall earns Naismith award

Wichita State basketball coach Gregg Marshall added another honor to his history-making season on Sunday when the Atlanta Tipoff Club named him the Naismith Men’s College Coach of the Year.

Wichita State men, women plan basketball celebrations

Wichita State will celebrate its men’s basketball season on April 24 at Koch Arena.

Shocker report (April 6)

Wichita State first baseman Casey Gillaspie became the first Shocker to homer from both side of the plate since Tim Hayes in 1998, also at Indiana State.

Sycamores complete sweep of Shockers

Wichita State went 1 for 21 with runners in scoring position on its way to getting swept by Indiana State and no other statistic matters much.

Indiana State takes doubleheader from Wichita State

It is a nine-hour bus ride from Terre Haute to Wichita. The Shockers’ play in Sunday’s series finale will decide whether it is merely unpleasant or if each of the roughly 600 miles are excruciating.

Shocker report (April 5)

Wichita State received an oral comitment from McKinney (Texas) North junior lefty Gabe Constantine on Tuesday. He committed to WSU after visiting to watch the weekend series against Cal State Fullerton.

Wichita State series opener pushed to Saturday

Rain and cold postponed the opener of Wichita State’s baseball series at Indiana State on Friday.

Valley's solid baseball ranking should help Shockers

If you spent basketball season envying Creighton’s membership in the Big East, baseball is your turn to feel good about the Missouri Valley Conference.

Gregg Marshall named AP coach of the year

Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall is growing accustomed to being center stage at the Final Four. He just wishes his team was with him this time around.

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