Wichita State Shockers

A look at Wichita State’s 2016 senior class

The Wichita Eagle

Ron Baker

▪  Played in 102 victories in 118 games in four seasons. Played on three NCAA Tournament teams and three MVC champions

▪  10th on WSU’s career scoring list with 1,551 points, second with 231 three-pointers, fourth with 158 steals, 11th with 324 assists and 13th with 74 blocks

▪  Averages 13.1 points and 4.2 rebounds for his career, 37.4 percent from three-point range

▪  All-MVC, NABC All-District 16 and USBWA All-District VI in 2014, 2015; USA Today second-team All-American, Honorable mention Associated Press All-American, Wooden Award All-American in 2015

Anton Grady

▪  Averages 7.5 points, 4.5 rebounds in 25 games as a Shocker, shooting 50.7 percent from the field

▪  Scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds at Tulsa, 17 points vs. Evansville and 17 at Loyola

▪  Scored 1,360 points in 104 games at Cleveland State and 25 at WSU for a career average of 10.5 points

▪  All-Horizon League and All-Defensive team in 2015, second-team All-Horizon in 2014

Fred VanVleet

▪  His 116 wins rank second in Shockers history, with three NCAA appearances and three MVC titles

▪  Averages 10.1 points, 4.5 assists and 3.3 rebounds for his career

▪  Led MVC in assists and assist-to-turnover ratio in 2014 and 2015

▪  MVC Player of the Year in 2014; All-MVC 2014, 2015; Honorable mention AP All-American 2014, 2015; Sporting News, NABC third-team All-American 2014, MVC All-Defensive Team 2014, 2015, Bob Cousy Award finalist 2014; USBWA All-District VI 2014, 2015

Bush Wamukota

▪  Averages 1.2 points, 1.6 rebounds in 57-game Shocker career, with one start

▪  Played a season-high 14 minutes against Kansas in the NCAA Tournament in 2015 and provided a defensive spark

▪  Guarded Northern Iowa’s Seth Tuttle in the 2015 regular-season finale to help WSU survive foul trouble

▪  Scored a career-high eight points vs. Newman last season

Evan Wessel

▪  105-12 in five seasons as a Shocker with three NCAA appearances and three MVC titles

▪  Averages 3.0 points, 2.9 rebounds in his career with 56 steals

▪  Named to MVC’s Most Improved Team and second-team MVC Scholar-Athlete in 2015

▪  Made 4 of 6 three-pointers and scored 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the 2015 NCAA Tournament win over Kansas

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