Wright State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Points of Pride for 2011-12
Women's basketball posted a two-year record of 41-26-its best since moving to Division I, advancing each year to the second round of the Women's Basketball Invitational.
Softball's Colleen Schneider and baseball's Jake Hibberd were named CoSIDA Academic All-Americans. The softball team played its first night game under the lights on their home field.
Golf coach Pete Samborsky was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year-a first for WSU since 2003.
The Emerald Jazz dance team competed in the 2012 NDA College Dance Team National Championship in Daytona Beach. The dance team point total averaged 9.20 out of 10. EJ placed sixth nationally in Division I - Open Dance.
Women's Soccer posted its seventh straight 10-win season and advanced to the championship game of the Horizon League Tournament.
For the third straight year, track and field's Cassandra Lloyd was named both the HL Indoor Track Athlete of the Year and the Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year. Lloyd was named the school's first track All American in 2011, and repeated the honor in 2012.
Men's tennis coach Sean McCaffrey was named Horizon League Coach and WSU Coach of the Year of the Year-a first at WSU since 2001.
The men's cross country team was named an All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
Men's soccer had the program's best finish since 1998 and most wins since 2001, advancing to the championship game of the Horizon League.
The men's basketball and women's tennis programs each were awarded an NCAA Public Recognition Award for its lofty Academic Progress Rate (APR).
The Raider cheerleading team represented the University and Athletic Department by competing in the 2012 NCA College Cheerleading National Championship.
The Athletic Department, as a whole, has posted a grade point average of at least 3.0 for 30 straight quarters.