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Day: September 3, 2014

Donlon takes Ice Bucket Challenge in honor of brother-in-law

Wright State head men’s basketball coach Billy Donlon and his team gathered outside of Setzer Pavilion last week to take part in the ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Disease) Ice Bucket Challenge. It honor his brother-in-law, Jerry Vogler, who is battling ALS. “He’s fighting. Jerry is a fighter. He has been an incredibly successfully person,” Donlon said. […]

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Women’s basketball: Seniors take overseas tour with AIA 

Last month, Wright State women’s basketball seniors Abby Jump and Breanna Stucke joined the Athletes in Action team on a tour of Germany. Athletes in Action is a Christian-run sports organization based in Xenia. On the tour, they made stops through Germany and the Czech Republic playing against teams from each nation.  While there they got […]

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Raider Spotlight: Well-traveled Ononye leads WSU

Wright State men’s soccer player Emeka Ononye has been involved with the game of soccer since he was five years old. It’s because of his passion for the sport that has led him to a successful soccer career that he hopes is just beginning. “Soccer has been in my family forever, it’s in my blood, […]

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Men’s soccer: Bayo helps WSU to tie at UC

CINCINNATI – Wright State freshman Jalim Bayo earned praise from his more experienced teammates heading into the 2014 season for his abilities on the pitch. Two games into the season, he has not disappointed. On a sticky Cincinnati evening, Bayo scored the game-tying goal in the 56th minute helping WSU earn a 1-1 tie against […]

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Police, ambulances spotted on campus today at 3:00 pm

Police, ambulances and a firetruck were spotted around the student-dubbed BART and the Math & Microbiological Sciences building today at 3:00 pm. A stretcher was loaded into an ambulance, though whether anybody was on it at the time is still up to question. Police denied to speak on behalf of what occurred. The Guardian will […]

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