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Day: February 25, 2015

Raider Spotlight: Mingo finds success in the face of adversity

Wright State point guard Tay’ler Mingo has been on a tear this season, currently ranking eighth in scoring average and third in steal average in the nation in Division I women’s basketball. Wright State had to deal with the daunting task of replacing its previous starting point guard Kim Demmings after game one. After the […]

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Men's tennis: Focused on improving

Wright State split two matches last Sunday falling to Ball State 7-0 but bounced back in the evening with a win against Wittenberg 5-2. The Raiders’ record is 3-5 as they have been battling through injuries all season. “Even though you see the losses, we’re all very excited about the future,” WSU interim head coach […]

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On the blog: New chapter of national charity coming to Wright State

A Habitat for Humanity chapter is coming soon to Wright State University. Wright State will soon be installing the first Habitat for Humanity chapter on campus. The four core students working on the installation, Dominique Woods, Ariana Dodds, Jesse Blair, and Jasmine Barnett, will discuss office positions, leadership opportunities, and upcoming goals for the new […]

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Men's basketball: Raiders prepare for senior night

While injuries have forced Wright State to give quality playing time to its freshmen, the program could benefit in the long run as young players get an opportunity to develop. But one group of players will not get to enjoy this advantage in what has been an otherwise tumultuous year. “The question is, did they […]

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Women’s tennis: New culture this season

Wright State is 3-4 so far this season under interim head coach Todd Tucker after the squad lost at West Virginia (9-1) on Feb. 20 and in a close match, 4-3. Freshman Karoline Haller defeated Ikttesh Chahal 6-2, 7-6. Sophomore Linsey Verstrepen defeated Yvon Martinez 6-0, 7-5. As a doubles team, Haller and Verstrepen won […]

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