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Women’s Basketball Hosts while Men Hit the Road
Release: Saturday 01/14/2013 
by WSU Athletic Media Relations
After splitting in Wisconsin, the women's basketball team will host Detroit Wednesday and travel to Loyola Saturday as the men's team starts a three-game road trip at Valparaiso Saturday.   Track competes at Tiffin, swimming travels to a tri-meet at Cleveland with Cleveland State and Youngstown State on Saturday and men's tennis hosts Duquesne.

 

Men's Basketball:  Winners of the last five games, the Raiders will take a 13-4, 4-0 record into a road contest at defending champion Valparaiso Saturday night.  Reggie Arceneaux is coming off a career-high performance 29 points to lead WSU to a 62-61 win at Loyola Friday night.

Valpo is currently 13-5, 3-1 and plays at Detroit Thursday night.  The Crusaders have been led by three players in double figures, including Ryan Broekhoff at 17.0 points per game.  VU has won three straight over Cleveland State, UIC and Milwaukee after losing the league opener to Loyola.

On Monday night, the Billy Donlon Show will take place at the Woodman Fricker's at 6 pm.  The show can be heard live on WBZI, 100.3 FM, and seen on the Horizon League Network.

 

Women's Basketball: Wright State is currently 7-8, 1-1 after opening league play with a win at Milwaukee and a loss at Green Bay.

Kim Demmings continues her outstanding season with a 19.9 points per game average as she zeroes in on her 1,000th career point.  She currently has 925 points.  KC Elkins has an average of 10.8 points a game and Breanna Stucke, the only player other than Demmings to start all 15 games, has a 6.5 rebound per game average.

Detroit is currently 7-7, 0-2 while the Ramblers boast a record of 5-9, 0-1 on the young league schedule.

 

Swimming & Diving: The men's and women's swimming & diving teams lost at Ohio State last weekend (M: 171-102, W: 177-102) but jump back into League competition this weekend as both squads take on Cleveland State, and the women also compete against Youngstown State in a tri-meet hosted by CSU Saturday at 1 pm.

The men are 3-6 as John Vigar has posted the team's top times in each of the freestyle events, Eric Ahlden in each backstroke and Kile Aukerman in the IM.  The women are now 4-6 with Justyna Hampel dominating the freestyle events, Kayla Fearrin in the breaststroke and Makenzie Weldon in the individual medley.

Both squads will compete at Xavier on February 2 and end the regular season February 9 at home against Cincinnati.  The Horizon League Championships take place February 27-March 2 in Chicago.

 

Indoor Track: The Raiders will compete in the two-day Tiffin Carnival in Tiffin, Ohio, Friday and Saturday after performing in the non-scored Buckeye Classic last weekend.

Jessica Berry won the pole vault at the Buckeye Classic with a jump of 3.20 meters.  The Raiders also had a third place finish by Kaley Moss with a time of 1:03.25 in the 400 meter dash and second place finish by Sarah-Ann Blount in the triple jump with a jump of 10.7 meters.

 

Men's Tennis:  Wright State dropped its dual match opener at #25 Michigan State 4-3 last weekend and will host Duquesne Saturday at 4 pm at the South Regency Tennis Center.

The Raiders won the doubles point as Michal Lyzwa/Lauri Makikalli won 8-6 in second doubles and Evan Neuman/Ricardo Pineda won 8-5 in third doubles.  WSU was also victorious in two singles matches as Lyzwa won in three sets in fifth singles and Dan Hyman won in straight sets in sixth singles.

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After splitting in Wisconsin, the women's basketball team will host Detroit Wednesday and travel to Loyola Saturday as the men's team starts a three-game road trip at Valparaiso Saturday.   Track competes at Tiffin, swimming travels to a tri-meet at Cleveland with Cleveland State and Youngstown State on Saturday and men's tennis hosts Duquesne.

 

Men's Basketball:  Winners of the last five games, the Raiders will take a 13-4, 4-0 record into a road contest at defending champion Valparaiso Saturday night.  Reggie Arceneaux is coming off a career-high performance 29 points to lead WSU to a 62-61 win at Loyola Friday night.

Valpo is currently 13-5, 3-1 and plays at Detroit Thursday night.  The Crusaders have been led by three players in double figures, including Ryan Broekhoff at 17.0 points per game.  VU has won three straight over Cleveland State, UIC and Milwaukee after losing the league opener to Loyola.

On Monday night, the Billy Donlon Show will take place at the Woodman Fricker's at 6 pm.  The show can be heard live on WBZI, 100.3 FM, and seen on the Horizon League Network.

 

Women's Basketball: Wright State is currently 7-8, 1-1 after opening league play with a win at Milwaukee and a loss at Green Bay.

Kim Demmings continues her outstanding season with a 19.9 points per game average as she zeroes in on her 1,000th career point.  She currently has 925 points.  KC Elkins has an average of 10.8 points a game and Breanna Stucke, the only player other than Demmings to start all 15 games, has a 6.5 rebound per game average.

Detroit is currently 7-7, 0-2 while the Ramblers boast a record of 5-9, 0-1 on the young league schedule.

 

Swimming & Diving: The men's and women's swimming & diving teams lost at Ohio State last weekend (M: 171-102, W: 177-102) but jump back into League competition this weekend as both squads take on Cleveland State, and the women also compete against Youngstown State in a tri-meet hosted by CSU Saturday at 1 pm.

The men are 3-6 as John Vigar has posted the team's top times in each of the freestyle events, Eric Ahlden in each backstroke and Kile Aukerman in the IM.  The women are now 4-6 with Justyna Hampel dominating the freestyle events, Kayla Fearrin in the breaststroke and Makenzie Weldon in the individual medley.

Both squads will compete at Xavier on February 2 and end the regular season February 9 at home against Cincinnati.  The Horizon League Championships take place February 27-March 2 in Chicago.

 

Indoor Track: The Raiders will compete in the two-day Tiffin Carnival in Tiffin, Ohio, Friday and Saturday after performing in the non-scored Buckeye Classic last weekend.

Jessica Berry won the pole vault at the Buckeye Classic with a jump of 3.20 meters.  The Raiders also had a third place finish by Kaley Moss with a time of 1:03.25 in the 400 meter dash and second place finish by Sarah-Ann Blount in the triple jump with a jump of 10.7 meters.

 

Men's Tennis:  Wright State dropped its dual match opener at #25 Michigan State 4-3 last weekend and will host Duquesne Saturday at 4 pm at the South Regency Tennis Center.

The Raiders won the doubles point as Michal Lyzwa/Lauri Makikalli won 8-6 in second doubles and Evan Neuman/Ricardo Pineda won 8-5 in third doubles.  WSU was also victorious in two singles matches as Lyzwa won in three sets in fifth singles and Dan Hyman won in straight sets in sixth singles.

After splitting in Wisconsin, the women's basketball team will host Detroit Wednesday and travel to Loyola Saturday as the men's team starts a three-game road trip at Valparaiso Saturday.   Track competes at Tiffin, swimming travels to a tri-meet at Cleveland with Cleveland State and Youngstown State on Saturday and men's tennis hosts Duquesne.

 

Men's Basketball:  Winners of the last five games, the Raiders will take a 13-4, 4-0 record into a road contest at defending champion Valparaiso Saturday night.  Reggie Arceneaux is coming off a career-high performance 29 points to lead WSU to a 62-61 win at Loyola Friday night.

Valpo is currently 13-5, 3-1 and plays at Detroit Thursday night.  The Crusaders have been led by three players in double figures, including Ryan Broekhoff at 17.0 points per game.  VU has won three straight over Cleveland State, UIC and Milwaukee after losing the league opener to Loyola.

On Monday night, the Billy Donlon Show will take place at the Woodman Fricker's at 6 pm.  The show can be heard live on WBZI, 100.3 FM, and seen on the Horizon League Network.

 

Women's Basketball: Wright State is currently 7-8, 1-1 after opening league play with a win at Milwaukee and a loss at Green Bay.

Kim Demmings continues her outstanding season with a 19.9 points per game average as she zeroes in on her 1,000th career point.  She currently has 925 points.  KC Elkins has an average of 10.8 points a game and Breanna Stucke, the only player other than Demmings to start all 15 games, has a 6.5 rebound per game average.

Detroit is currently 7-7, 0-2 while the Ramblers boast a record of 5-9, 0-1 on the young league schedule.

 

Swimming & Diving: The men's and women's swimming & diving teams lost at Ohio State last weekend (M: 171-102, W: 177-102) but jump back into League competition this weekend as both squads take on Cleveland State, and the women also compete against Youngstown State in a tri-meet hosted by CSU Saturday at 1 pm.

The men are 3-6 as John Vigar has posted the team's top times in each of the freestyle events, Eric Ahlden in each backstroke and Kile Aukerman in the IM.  The women are now 4-6 with Justyna Hampel dominating the freestyle events, Kayla Fearrin in the breaststroke and Makenzie Weldon in the individual medley.

Both squads will compete at Xavier on February 2 and end the regular season February 9 at home against Cincinnati.  The Horizon League Championships take place February 27-March 2 in Chicago.

 

Indoor Track: The Raiders will compete in the two-day Tiffin Carnival in Tiffin, Ohio, Friday and Saturday after performing in the non-scored Buckeye Classic last weekend.

Jessica Berry won the pole vault at the Buckeye Classic with a jump of 3.20 meters.  The Raiders also had a third place finish by Kaley Moss with a time of 1:03.25 in the 400 meter dash and second place finish by Sarah-Ann Blount in the triple jump with a jump of 10.7 meters.

 

Men's Tennis:  Wright State dropped its dual match opener at #25 Michigan State 4-3 last weekend and will host Duquesne Saturday at 4 pm at the South Regency Tennis Center.

The Raiders won the doubles point as Michal Lyzwa/Lauri Makikalli won 8-6 in second doubles and Evan Neuman/Ricardo Pineda won 8-5 in third doubles.  WSU was also victorious in two singles matches as Lyzwa won in three sets in fifth singles and Dan Hyman won in straight sets in sixth singles.

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