Athletics

Points of Pride
Release: Thursday 06/15/2011 
by WSU Athletic Media Relations
Wright State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics
Points of Pride for 2014-15

Cross country runner Ian Kallay featured in the NCAA’s Champion Magazine, October issue for his efforts against human trafficking.

Men’s soccer and women’s basketball advanced to Horizon League Championship games.

Eddie McClintock, former wrestler and star of the Syfy series “Warehouse 13,” served as master of ceremonies for the October gala event formally announcing Wright State’s $150 million campaign.

Men’s soccer forward Eric Lynch was named the Horizon League Player of the Year.

Women’s Basketball player Tay’ler was Mingo named the Horizon League Player of the Year.

Women’s basketball received a bid to it’s first-ever Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT).

Four Raiders were named to the Fall All-Academic Teams: Eric Lynch, Emeka Ononye, Allie Metzler and Ian Kallay.

Five Raiders were named to the Winter All-Horizon League Teams: Kendall Griffin, Matt Dassow, Clement Quilliec, Kortney Mullen and Samantha TenEyck.

Men’s basketball player Chrishawn Hopkins advanced to semifinals of Dark Horse Dunker National Contest.

Three men's soccer players have been named to the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region teams as Eric Lynch was chosen to the Second Team while Emeka Ononye and Peguy Ngatcha were selected to the Third Team.

Former men's soccer standout Winston Marshall signed with Del Rey City SC of the United Premier Soccer League.

Emeka Ononye, a senior midfielder/defender on the men's soccer team, was named the K-W United FC Player of the Year as selected by its coaching staff.

Former women’s soccer player Emily Fillion signed to play for MSV Duisburg team in Germany.

Women’s soccer player Allie Metzler named to All-Great Lakes Team

Cross country runner Ian Kallay represents Wright State at National NCAA Leadership Seminar.

Men’s basketball player Kendall Griffin nominated for Good Works Team and NABC Honors Court.

Women’s Swimming & Diving team was ranked 10th in the nation’s Top 25 Most Improved Teams in an early-season poll by CollegeSwimming.com.

Men's Swimming & Diving team was ranked #34 in a December CollegeSwimming.com team rankings.

The Wright State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)'s It's On Us video submission has been selected as one of six finalists by the National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee as well as the NCAA.

Head Cross Country and Track Coach Fabien Corbillon was selected to take part in the 2015 USATF/IAAF Academy at the US Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, December 28-January 3.

Baseball won the Joe Nuxhall Classic for third time in four years.

Nick Scott was named the Horizon League Golfer of the Year.

Sean Murphy named to Johnny Bench Award Watch List.

Baseball player Michael Timm named to Senior CLASS Award.

Baseball defeated #11 Miami and #18 Ole Miss.

Baseball pitcher Andrew Elliott was named to NCBWA Stopper Watch List.

Former Major League Scott Rolen was featured at WSU’s First Pitch Banquet.

Andrew Elliott of the Wright State baseball team was selected as a Second Team Summer Collegiate All-American

Softball coach Lynn Curylo picked up career win 100.

Former men’s soccer player Emeka Ononye signed a contract with the Toronto franchise of the United Soccer League.

NFCA announces six softball players Scholar Athletes: Jess Gorman, Taylor Knore and Rachael Oakley and Kate Pfeffer along with Kristi Boreing and Kacie Rapshus.

Women’s basketball player Tay’ler Mingo named finalist for Nancy Lieberman Award.

The WSU men swim team recorded a grade point average of 3.12 and were among 70 teams honored while the women posted a GPA of 3.17 and were among 130 teams honored by the College Swim Coaches Association of America.

Women’s basketball player Abby Jump selected for “So You Want to be a Coach” program

Former women’s basketball player Ivory James signs pro contract in Romania.

Men’s soccer hosted its Seventh Annual Clinic free of charge to area youths.

More than 6,800 high school students played at Wright State Athletic facilities in 2014-15.

For 36 straight terms, Wright State Student-Athletes have posted a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better.

Wright State men’s basketball has led the Horizon League in attendance the past three years. In 2012-13 we were 39% higher than the league average, 38% higher in 2013-14, and 59% higher in 2014-15.

Three named to Softball Horizon League All-Tournament Team: Ashley Sharp, Jess Gorman and Honnah Susor.

Baseball wins its fifth Horizon League title, advancing to the Illinois Regional Finals for the first-time ever.

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Wright State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics
Points of Pride for 2014-15

Cross country runner Ian Kallay featured in the NCAA’s Champion Magazine, October issue for his efforts against human trafficking.

Men’s soccer and women’s basketball advanced to Horizon League Championship games.

Eddie McClintock, former wrestler and star of the Syfy series “Warehouse 13,” served as master of ceremonies for the October gala event formally announcing Wright State’s $150 million campaign.

Men’s soccer forward Eric Lynch was named the Horizon League Player of the Year.

Women’s Basketball player Tay’ler was Mingo named the Horizon League Player of the Year.

Women’s basketball received a bid to it’s first-ever Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT).

Four Raiders were named to the Fall All-Academic Teams: Eric Lynch, Emeka Ononye, Allie Metzler and Ian Kallay.

Five Raiders were named to the Winter All-Horizon League Teams: Kendall Griffin, Matt Dassow, Clement Quilliec, Kortney Mullen and Samantha TenEyck.

Men’s basketball player Chrishawn Hopkins advanced to semifinals of Dark Horse Dunker National Contest.

Three men's soccer players have been named to the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region teams as Eric Lynch was chosen to the Second Team while Emeka Ononye and Peguy Ngatcha were selected to the Third Team.

Former men's soccer standout Winston Marshall signed with Del Rey City SC of the United Premier Soccer League.

Emeka Ononye, a senior midfielder/defender on the men's soccer team, was named the K-W United FC Player of the Year as selected by its coaching staff.

Former women’s soccer player Emily Fillion signed to play for MSV Duisburg team in Germany.

Women’s soccer player Allie Metzler named to All-Great Lakes Team

Cross country runner Ian Kallay represents Wright State at National NCAA Leadership Seminar.

Men’s basketball player Kendall Griffin nominated for Good Works Team and NABC Honors Court.

Women’s Swimming & Diving team was ranked 10th in the nation’s Top 25 Most Improved Teams in an early-season poll by CollegeSwimming.com.

Men's Swimming & Diving team was ranked #34 in a December CollegeSwimming.com team rankings.

The Wright State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)'s It's On Us video submission has been selected as one of six finalists by the National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee as well as the NCAA.

Head Cross Country and Track Coach Fabien Corbillon was selected to take part in the 2015 USATF/IAAF Academy at the US Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, December 28-January 3.

Baseball won the Joe Nuxhall Classic for third time in four years.

Nick Scott was named the Horizon League Golfer of the Year.

Sean Murphy named to Johnny Bench Award Watch List.

Baseball player Michael Timm named to Senior CLASS Award.

Baseball defeated #11 Miami and #18 Ole Miss.

Baseball pitcher Andrew Elliott was named to NCBWA Stopper Watch List.

Former Major League Scott Rolen was featured at WSU’s First Pitch Banquet.

Andrew Elliott of the Wright State baseball team was selected as a Second Team Summer Collegiate All-American

Softball coach Lynn Curylo picked up career win 100.

Former men’s soccer player Emeka Ononye signed a contract with the Toronto franchise of the United Soccer League.

NFCA announces six softball players Scholar Athletes: Jess Gorman, Taylor Knore and Rachael Oakley and Kate Pfeffer along with Kristi Boreing and Kacie Rapshus.

Women’s basketball player Tay’ler Mingo named finalist for Nancy Lieberman Award.

The WSU men swim team recorded a grade point average of 3.12 and were among 70 teams honored while the women posted a GPA of 3.17 and were among 130 teams honored by the College Swim Coaches Association of America.

Women’s basketball player Abby Jump selected for “So You Want to be a Coach” program

Former women’s basketball player Ivory James signs pro contract in Romania.

Men’s soccer hosted its Seventh Annual Clinic free of charge to area youths.

More than 6,800 high school students played at Wright State Athletic facilities in 2014-15.

For 36 straight terms, Wright State Student-Athletes have posted a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better.

Wright State men’s basketball has led the Horizon League in attendance the past three years. In 2012-13 we were 39% higher than the league average, 38% higher in 2013-14, and 59% higher in 2014-15.

Three named to Softball Horizon League All-Tournament Team: Ashley Sharp, Jess Gorman and Honnah Susor.

Baseball wins its fifth Horizon League title, advancing to the Illinois Regional Finals for the first-time ever.
Wright State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics
Points of Pride for 2014-15

Cross country runner Ian Kallay featured in the NCAA’s Champion Magazine, October issue for his efforts against human trafficking.

Men’s soccer and women’s basketball advanced to Horizon League Championship games.

Eddie McClintock, former wrestler and star of the Syfy series “Warehouse 13,” served as master of ceremonies for the October gala event formally announcing Wright State’s $150 million campaign.

Men’s soccer forward Eric Lynch was named the Horizon League Player of the Year.

Women’s Basketball player Tay’ler was Mingo named the Horizon League Player of the Year.

Women’s basketball received a bid to it’s first-ever Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT).

Four Raiders were named to the Fall All-Academic Teams: Eric Lynch, Emeka Ononye, Allie Metzler and Ian Kallay.

Five Raiders were named to the Winter All-Horizon League Teams: Kendall Griffin, Matt Dassow, Clement Quilliec, Kortney Mullen and Samantha TenEyck.

Men’s basketball player Chrishawn Hopkins advanced to semifinals of Dark Horse Dunker National Contest.

Three men's soccer players have been named to the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region teams as Eric Lynch was chosen to the Second Team while Emeka Ononye and Peguy Ngatcha were selected to the Third Team.

Former men's soccer standout Winston Marshall signed with Del Rey City SC of the United Premier Soccer League.

Emeka Ononye, a senior midfielder/defender on the men's soccer team, was named the K-W United FC Player of the Year as selected by its coaching staff.

Former women’s soccer player Emily Fillion signed to play for MSV Duisburg team in Germany.

Women’s soccer player Allie Metzler named to All-Great Lakes Team

Cross country runner Ian Kallay represents Wright State at National NCAA Leadership Seminar.

Men’s basketball player Kendall Griffin nominated for Good Works Team and NABC Honors Court.

Women’s Swimming & Diving team was ranked 10th in the nation’s Top 25 Most Improved Teams in an early-season poll by CollegeSwimming.com.

Men's Swimming & Diving team was ranked #34 in a December CollegeSwimming.com team rankings.

The Wright State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)'s It's On Us video submission has been selected as one of six finalists by the National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee as well as the NCAA.

Head Cross Country and Track Coach Fabien Corbillon was selected to take part in the 2015 USATF/IAAF Academy at the US Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, December 28-January 3.

Baseball won the Joe Nuxhall Classic for third time in four years.

Nick Scott was named the Horizon League Golfer of the Year.

Sean Murphy named to Johnny Bench Award Watch List.

Baseball player Michael Timm named to Senior CLASS Award.

Baseball defeated #11 Miami and #18 Ole Miss.

Baseball pitcher Andrew Elliott was named to NCBWA Stopper Watch List.

Former Major League Scott Rolen was featured at WSU’s First Pitch Banquet.

Andrew Elliott of the Wright State baseball team was selected as a Second Team Summer Collegiate All-American

Softball coach Lynn Curylo picked up career win 100.

Former men’s soccer player Emeka Ononye signed a contract with the Toronto franchise of the United Soccer League.

NFCA announces six softball players Scholar Athletes: Jess Gorman, Taylor Knore and Rachael Oakley and Kate Pfeffer along with Kristi Boreing and Kacie Rapshus.

Women’s basketball player Tay’ler Mingo named finalist for Nancy Lieberman Award.

The WSU men swim team recorded a grade point average of 3.12 and were among 70 teams honored while the women posted a GPA of 3.17 and were among 130 teams honored by the College Swim Coaches Association of America.

Women’s basketball player Abby Jump selected for “So You Want to be a Coach” program

Former women’s basketball player Ivory James signs pro contract in Romania.

Men’s soccer hosted its Seventh Annual Clinic free of charge to area youths.

More than 6,800 high school students played at Wright State Athletic facilities in 2014-15.

For 36 straight terms, Wright State Student-Athletes have posted a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better.

Wright State men’s basketball has led the Horizon League in attendance the past three years. In 2012-13 we were 39% higher than the league average, 38% higher in 2013-14, and 59% higher in 2014-15.

Three named to Softball Horizon League All-Tournament Team: Ashley Sharp, Jess Gorman and Honnah Susor.

Baseball wins its fifth Horizon League title, advancing to the Illinois Regional Finals for the first-time ever.

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