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Basketball, Swimming, Tennis and Track in Action This Week
Release: Saturday 01/06/2013 
by WSU Athletic Media Relations

The men's and women's basketball teams as well as the men's tennis, women's track and men's and women's swimming teams will all be in action this week.

 

Men's Basketball:  Off to its best start since the 1992-93 season, the men's basketball team will host Horizon League rival Cleveland State Wednesday night at 7 pm before hitting the road to play at Loyola Friday on ESPNU at 9 pm.

WSU (11-4, 2-0 Horizon) has been led by multiple players this season and have three players averaging in double figure scoring:  Cole Darling at 10.8 ppg, Miles Dixon at 10.2 and Reggie Arceneaux at 10.0.  The Raiders are currently riding a three-game winning streak for the third time this season.  WSU has won six of its last seven tilts.

Cleveland State holds a record of 8-7 overall and 0-1 in Horizon League action with a game Monday night at home against UIC.   Sophomores Anton Grady (13.7) and Charlie Lee (12.3) lead the Vikings in scoring.  CSU lost at Valparaiso 74-50 Friday night.

Loyola has been one of the surprises of the season thus far, posting a 10-4, 1-1 record.  Senior Ben Averkamp leads LU with 15.9 ppg and 6.6 rpg averages.  The Ramblers travel to Green Bay Wednesday night.  Loyola had a four-game winning streak broken by a 68-66 Youngstown State win last Saturday.

Wednesday night is also Beavercreek Night with discount tickets available for Beavercreek residents.

 

Women's Basketball:  Wright State opens the Horizon League slate this weekend, playing at Milwaukee Thursday at 8 pm and at Green Bay Saturday at 1 pm.  WSU is currently 6-7.

Sophomore Kim Demmings continues to lead the Raiders with an average of 20.1 points per game while KC Elkins sits with an average of 10.4 points per game.  Breanna Stucke has grabbed 7.1 rebounds per game through 13 games.

Milwaukee is currently 4-8 and have lost four straight while perennial Horizon League powerhouse Green Bay has a record of 10-2 and will host Detroit Tuesday night.  GB has won five straight.

 

Swimming & Diving:  The men's and women's swimming & diving teams jump back into action with a dual meet at Ohio State Friday at 5 pm.

The men have a record of 3-5 overall and have been led by John Vigar in freestyle and Eric Ahlden in the backstroke.  The women have a record of 4-5 with a win at Ashland before the holidays.  Justyna Hampel leads the way in freestyle.

The next home meet for the swimming and diving teams will be February 9 against Cincinnati.

 

Track:  After taking first place at the Purple & White Invitational to open the indoor track season, the Raiders will compete at the Buckeye Classic Friday in Columbus.

Savanna Termuhlen led WSU in the 60 and 200 dash, and Maggie McPherson set a new Wright State record of 1:20.28 in the 500 meter run.

 

Men's Tennis:  Wright State men's tennis gets back to the courts this weekend by playing at Michigan State Saturday at 10 am.  This is the first dual match after playing a variety of tournaments during the fall season.  During the fall junior Dan Hyman went 4-2 after the team went 18-5, 7-0 last year.

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The men's and women's basketball teams as well as the men's tennis, women's track and men's and women's swimming teams will all be in action this week.

 

Men's Basketball:  Off to its best start since the 1992-93 season, the men's basketball team will host Horizon League rival Cleveland State Wednesday night at 7 pm before hitting the road to play at Loyola Friday on ESPNU at 9 pm.

WSU (11-4, 2-0 Horizon) has been led by multiple players this season and have three players averaging in double figure scoring:  Cole Darling at 10.8 ppg, Miles Dixon at 10.2 and Reggie Arceneaux at 10.0.  The Raiders are currently riding a three-game winning streak for the third time this season.  WSU has won six of its last seven tilts.

Cleveland State holds a record of 8-7 overall and 0-1 in Horizon League action with a game Monday night at home against UIC.   Sophomores Anton Grady (13.7) and Charlie Lee (12.3) lead the Vikings in scoring.  CSU lost at Valparaiso 74-50 Friday night.

Loyola has been one of the surprises of the season thus far, posting a 10-4, 1-1 record.  Senior Ben Averkamp leads LU with 15.9 ppg and 6.6 rpg averages.  The Ramblers travel to Green Bay Wednesday night.  Loyola had a four-game winning streak broken by a 68-66 Youngstown State win last Saturday.

Wednesday night is also Beavercreek Night with discount tickets available for Beavercreek residents.

 

Women's Basketball:  Wright State opens the Horizon League slate this weekend, playing at Milwaukee Thursday at 8 pm and at Green Bay Saturday at 1 pm.  WSU is currently 6-7.

Sophomore Kim Demmings continues to lead the Raiders with an average of 20.1 points per game while KC Elkins sits with an average of 10.4 points per game.  Breanna Stucke has grabbed 7.1 rebounds per game through 13 games.

Milwaukee is currently 4-8 and have lost four straight while perennial Horizon League powerhouse Green Bay has a record of 10-2 and will host Detroit Tuesday night.  GB has won five straight.

 

Swimming & Diving:  The men's and women's swimming & diving teams jump back into action with a dual meet at Ohio State Friday at 5 pm.

The men have a record of 3-5 overall and have been led by John Vigar in freestyle and Eric Ahlden in the backstroke.  The women have a record of 4-5 with a win at Ashland before the holidays.  Justyna Hampel leads the way in freestyle.

The next home meet for the swimming and diving teams will be February 9 against Cincinnati.

 

Track:  After taking first place at the Purple & White Invitational to open the indoor track season, the Raiders will compete at the Buckeye Classic Friday in Columbus.

Savanna Termuhlen led WSU in the 60 and 200 dash, and Maggie McPherson set a new Wright State record of 1:20.28 in the 500 meter run.

 

Men's Tennis:  Wright State men's tennis gets back to the courts this weekend by playing at Michigan State Saturday at 10 am.  This is the first dual match after playing a variety of tournaments during the fall season.  During the fall junior Dan Hyman went 4-2 after the team went 18-5, 7-0 last year.

The men's and women's basketball teams as well as the men's tennis, women's track and men's and women's swimming teams will all be in action this week.

 

Men's Basketball:  Off to its best start since the 1992-93 season, the men's basketball team will host Horizon League rival Cleveland State Wednesday night at 7 pm before hitting the road to play at Loyola Friday on ESPNU at 9 pm.

WSU (11-4, 2-0 Horizon) has been led by multiple players this season and have three players averaging in double figure scoring:  Cole Darling at 10.8 ppg, Miles Dixon at 10.2 and Reggie Arceneaux at 10.0.  The Raiders are currently riding a three-game winning streak for the third time this season.  WSU has won six of its last seven tilts.

Cleveland State holds a record of 8-7 overall and 0-1 in Horizon League action with a game Monday night at home against UIC.   Sophomores Anton Grady (13.7) and Charlie Lee (12.3) lead the Vikings in scoring.  CSU lost at Valparaiso 74-50 Friday night.

Loyola has been one of the surprises of the season thus far, posting a 10-4, 1-1 record.  Senior Ben Averkamp leads LU with 15.9 ppg and 6.6 rpg averages.  The Ramblers travel to Green Bay Wednesday night.  Loyola had a four-game winning streak broken by a 68-66 Youngstown State win last Saturday.

Wednesday night is also Beavercreek Night with discount tickets available for Beavercreek residents.

 

Women's Basketball:  Wright State opens the Horizon League slate this weekend, playing at Milwaukee Thursday at 8 pm and at Green Bay Saturday at 1 pm.  WSU is currently 6-7.

Sophomore Kim Demmings continues to lead the Raiders with an average of 20.1 points per game while KC Elkins sits with an average of 10.4 points per game.  Breanna Stucke has grabbed 7.1 rebounds per game through 13 games.

Milwaukee is currently 4-8 and have lost four straight while perennial Horizon League powerhouse Green Bay has a record of 10-2 and will host Detroit Tuesday night.  GB has won five straight.

 

Swimming & Diving:  The men's and women's swimming & diving teams jump back into action with a dual meet at Ohio State Friday at 5 pm.

The men have a record of 3-5 overall and have been led by John Vigar in freestyle and Eric Ahlden in the backstroke.  The women have a record of 4-5 with a win at Ashland before the holidays.  Justyna Hampel leads the way in freestyle.

The next home meet for the swimming and diving teams will be February 9 against Cincinnati.

 

Track:  After taking first place at the Purple & White Invitational to open the indoor track season, the Raiders will compete at the Buckeye Classic Friday in Columbus.

Savanna Termuhlen led WSU in the 60 and 200 dash, and Maggie McPherson set a new Wright State record of 1:20.28 in the 500 meter run.

 

Men's Tennis:  Wright State men's tennis gets back to the courts this weekend by playing at Michigan State Saturday at 10 am.  This is the first dual match after playing a variety of tournaments during the fall season.  During the fall junior Dan Hyman went 4-2 after the team went 18-5, 7-0 last year.

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