Athletics

Points of Pride
Release: Friday 06/15/2011 
by WSU Athletic Media Relations
Wright State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Points of Pride for 2012-13

Women’s soccer logged its ninth straight season of at least nine wins and advanced to the Horizon League championship match.  WSU was first nationally in team save percentage while goalie Brooke McCurdy was eighth nationally.

Lauren Patterson became the first WSU women’s soccer player to be named First Team All-Great Lakes Region.  She was also named a Scholar All-American and First Team All-Horizon League.

Baseball officially opened play on the new state-of-the-art turf at Nischwitz Stadium.

The Rinzler Student Sports Complex was officially dedicated with turf, team rooms, restrooms and a concession stand.

Men’s Basketball, after being picked to finish last, advanced to the championship game of the Horizon League Tournament and to the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI).  WSU posted 23 wins to tie a school record set in 2007 for most wins as a Division I program.

WSU men’s basketball coach Billy Donlon  was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year.

Seven WSU student-athletes were named to the Horizon League All-Academic Teams in the fall while six more were named in the winter and five in the spring.  More than 150 student-athletes were honored at the annual Recognition Night with a 3.0 grade point average or above.

For 32 straight terms, the WSU athletic department has posted an overall grade point average of at least 3.0.

WSU athletics hosted NCAA President Dr. Mark Emmert at the annual basketball tip-off luncheon.

WSU mascot Rowdy Raider won the national title at their annual event as the Best Overall Mascot while the Emerald Jazz Dance team placed fourth and the cheerleaders ninth.

Led the Horizon League in attendance for men’s basketball.

26 Student-Athletes honored with Horizon League Player of the Week honors.

Cross Country and Swimming teams honored by National Coaches Associations as Academic Teams.

Men’s Basketball and Women’s Soccer featured on ESPN’s Top Plays.

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Wright State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Points of Pride for 2012-13

Women’s soccer logged its ninth straight season of at least nine wins and advanced to the Horizon League championship match.  WSU was first nationally in team save percentage while goalie Brooke McCurdy was eighth nationally.

Lauren Patterson became the first WSU women’s soccer player to be named First Team All-Great Lakes Region.  She was also named a Scholar All-American and First Team All-Horizon League.

Baseball officially opened play on the new state-of-the-art turf at Nischwitz Stadium.

The Rinzler Student Sports Complex was officially dedicated with turf, team rooms, restrooms and a concession stand.

Men’s Basketball, after being picked to finish last, advanced to the championship game of the Horizon League Tournament and to the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI).  WSU posted 23 wins to tie a school record set in 2007 for most wins as a Division I program.

WSU men’s basketball coach Billy Donlon  was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year.

Seven WSU student-athletes were named to the Horizon League All-Academic Teams in the fall while six more were named in the winter and five in the spring.  More than 150 student-athletes were honored at the annual Recognition Night with a 3.0 grade point average or above.

For 32 straight terms, the WSU athletic department has posted an overall grade point average of at least 3.0.

WSU athletics hosted NCAA President Dr. Mark Emmert at the annual basketball tip-off luncheon.

WSU mascot Rowdy Raider won the national title at their annual event as the Best Overall Mascot while the Emerald Jazz Dance team placed fourth and the cheerleaders ninth.

Led the Horizon League in attendance for men’s basketball.

26 Student-Athletes honored with Horizon League Player of the Week honors.

Cross Country and Swimming teams honored by National Coaches Associations as Academic Teams.

Men’s Basketball and Women’s Soccer featured on ESPN’s Top Plays.

Wright State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Points of Pride for 2012-13

Women’s soccer logged its ninth straight season of at least nine wins and advanced to the Horizon League championship match.  WSU was first nationally in team save percentage while goalie Brooke McCurdy was eighth nationally.

Lauren Patterson became the first WSU women’s soccer player to be named First Team All-Great Lakes Region.  She was also named a Scholar All-American and First Team All-Horizon League.

Baseball officially opened play on the new state-of-the-art turf at Nischwitz Stadium.

The Rinzler Student Sports Complex was officially dedicated with turf, team rooms, restrooms and a concession stand.

Men’s Basketball, after being picked to finish last, advanced to the championship game of the Horizon League Tournament and to the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI).  WSU posted 23 wins to tie a school record set in 2007 for most wins as a Division I program.

WSU men’s basketball coach Billy Donlon  was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year.

Seven WSU student-athletes were named to the Horizon League All-Academic Teams in the fall while six more were named in the winter and five in the spring.  More than 150 student-athletes were honored at the annual Recognition Night with a 3.0 grade point average or above.

For 32 straight terms, the WSU athletic department has posted an overall grade point average of at least 3.0.

WSU athletics hosted NCAA President Dr. Mark Emmert at the annual basketball tip-off luncheon.

WSU mascot Rowdy Raider won the national title at their annual event as the Best Overall Mascot while the Emerald Jazz Dance team placed fourth and the cheerleaders ninth.

Led the Horizon League in attendance for men’s basketball.

26 Student-Athletes honored with Horizon League Player of the Week honors.

Cross Country and Swimming teams honored by National Coaches Associations as Academic Teams.

Men’s Basketball and Women’s Soccer featured on ESPN’s Top Plays.

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