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Lots of Raider Action This Week
Release: Monday 03/04/2013 
by WSU Athletic Media Relations

Horizon League Men's Basketball Tournament, women's basketball, baseball, softball, tennis and golf--plenty of sports for everyone.

 

Men's  Basketball:  A #3 seed in the Horizon League Tournament awaits the men's basketball team as they will play the winner of the Loyola-Youngstown State game on Friday night at Valparaiso at 6 pm.  The LU-YSU game will be played Tuesday night at YSU. 

WSU is now 19-11, 10-6 and will need one more win to notch win #20--a first under head coach Billy Donlon.  All-League honors will be announced on Monday.  Check out the complete bracket at wsuraiders.com.

 

Women's Basketball: The women's basketball team will host its final regular-season game Thursday at 7 pm against Cleveland State.

WSU is currently 11-17, 5-10 while CSU sits at 13-15, 5-10 as the teams are tied for sixth place.  Next week, the first round (#8 vs #9) will be played Monday night at the #8 seed location.  Wednesday night, the top four seeds will host the remaining four seeds with the semifinals and finals played at the highest remaining seed (likely Green Bay) next weekend.

 

Baseball:  The Raiders added a home game against Otterbein on Wednesday at 5 pm and then the team will turn its eyes to the UD/WSU Tournament as they co-host with the University of Dayton.  WSU will host Bryant Friday at 4 pm and two games against Bradley Saturday at Noon and 3 pm before playing at UD Sunday at 2 pm.

WSU is currently 3-6 after dropping a three-game set at #12 UCLA over the weekend.

 

Men's Tennis:  WSU will host St. Louis Friday at 7 pm and Morehead State at 3:30 pm at the South Regency Tennis Center this week.

The Raiders are currently 6-6, including five matches against nationally-ranked teams.  Head coach Sean McCaffrey recently posted his 200th coaching win overall and 100th at Wright State.

 

Women's Tennis:  The Raiders jump back into action as they host Morehead State at the South Regency Tennis Center at 3:30 pm Saturday.

 

Golf: The WSU golf team opens the spring portion of the schedule Sunday as they begin the Bash at the Beach Tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  The tournament continues the following Monday and Tuesday.

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Horizon League Men's Basketball Tournament, women's basketball, baseball, softball, tennis and golf--plenty of sports for everyone.

 

Men's  Basketball:  A #3 seed in the Horizon League Tournament awaits the men's basketball team as they will play the winner of the Loyola-Youngstown State game on Friday night at Valparaiso at 6 pm.  The LU-YSU game will be played Tuesday night at YSU. 

WSU is now 19-11, 10-6 and will need one more win to notch win #20--a first under head coach Billy Donlon.  All-League honors will be announced on Monday.  Check out the complete bracket at wsuraiders.com.

 

Women's Basketball: The women's basketball team will host its final regular-season game Thursday at 7 pm against Cleveland State.

WSU is currently 11-17, 5-10 while CSU sits at 13-15, 5-10 as the teams are tied for sixth place.  Next week, the first round (#8 vs #9) will be played Monday night at the #8 seed location.  Wednesday night, the top four seeds will host the remaining four seeds with the semifinals and finals played at the highest remaining seed (likely Green Bay) next weekend.

 

Baseball:  The Raiders added a home game against Otterbein on Wednesday at 5 pm and then the team will turn its eyes to the UD/WSU Tournament as they co-host with the University of Dayton.  WSU will host Bryant Friday at 4 pm and two games against Bradley Saturday at Noon and 3 pm before playing at UD Sunday at 2 pm.

WSU is currently 3-6 after dropping a three-game set at #12 UCLA over the weekend.

 

Men's Tennis:  WSU will host St. Louis Friday at 7 pm and Morehead State at 3:30 pm at the South Regency Tennis Center this week.

The Raiders are currently 6-6, including five matches against nationally-ranked teams.  Head coach Sean McCaffrey recently posted his 200th coaching win overall and 100th at Wright State.

 

Women's Tennis:  The Raiders jump back into action as they host Morehead State at the South Regency Tennis Center at 3:30 pm Saturday.

 

Golf: The WSU golf team opens the spring portion of the schedule Sunday as they begin the Bash at the Beach Tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  The tournament continues the following Monday and Tuesday.

Horizon League Men's Basketball Tournament, women's basketball, baseball, softball, tennis and golf--plenty of sports for everyone.

 

Men's  Basketball:  A #3 seed in the Horizon League Tournament awaits the men's basketball team as they will play the winner of the Loyola-Youngstown State game on Friday night at Valparaiso at 6 pm.  The LU-YSU game will be played Tuesday night at YSU. 

WSU is now 19-11, 10-6 and will need one more win to notch win #20--a first under head coach Billy Donlon.  All-League honors will be announced on Monday.  Check out the complete bracket at wsuraiders.com.

 

Women's Basketball: The women's basketball team will host its final regular-season game Thursday at 7 pm against Cleveland State.

WSU is currently 11-17, 5-10 while CSU sits at 13-15, 5-10 as the teams are tied for sixth place.  Next week, the first round (#8 vs #9) will be played Monday night at the #8 seed location.  Wednesday night, the top four seeds will host the remaining four seeds with the semifinals and finals played at the highest remaining seed (likely Green Bay) next weekend.

 

Baseball:  The Raiders added a home game against Otterbein on Wednesday at 5 pm and then the team will turn its eyes to the UD/WSU Tournament as they co-host with the University of Dayton.  WSU will host Bryant Friday at 4 pm and two games against Bradley Saturday at Noon and 3 pm before playing at UD Sunday at 2 pm.

WSU is currently 3-6 after dropping a three-game set at #12 UCLA over the weekend.

 

Men's Tennis:  WSU will host St. Louis Friday at 7 pm and Morehead State at 3:30 pm at the South Regency Tennis Center this week.

The Raiders are currently 6-6, including five matches against nationally-ranked teams.  Head coach Sean McCaffrey recently posted his 200th coaching win overall and 100th at Wright State.

 

Women's Tennis:  The Raiders jump back into action as they host Morehead State at the South Regency Tennis Center at 3:30 pm Saturday.

 

Golf: The WSU golf team opens the spring portion of the schedule Sunday as they begin the Bash at the Beach Tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  The tournament continues the following Monday and Tuesday.

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