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Author: Brian Patch

WSU baseball gets first conference sweep of the season against Youngstown State

Wright State Baseball completed the sweep over instate rival Youngstown State this past weekend, and improved their conference record to 11-4 on the year with a 10-2 record at home. Gabe Snyder became the all time leader in WSU history in RBI’s in game one of the series. In game one, Gabe Snyder hit two […]

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Snyder becomes all time RBI leader

On Friday, Apr 14, in the first game of a doubleheader against Youngstown State, WSU first baseman Gabe Snyder hit a two run homerun over the left field fence to become the all  time leader in Raider baseball history. The history of WSU baseball dates all the way back to 1988 when they first went […]

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Blue Jackets go up 2-0 in first round of playoffs

Ohio’s NHL team, the Columbus Blue Jackets, won another close game against the Washington Capitals to go up 2-0 in the series. The Blue Jackets will have two straight home games starting on Tuesday, Apr 17. The Capitals were highly favored to win the series, despite their recent playoff troubles. The capitals finished first in […]

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Gabe Snyder becomes WSU all time RBI leader

On Friday, Apr 14, in the first game of a doubleheader against Youngstown State, WSU first baseman Gabe Snyder hit a two run homerun over the left field fence to become the all  time leader in Raider baseball history. Snyder surpassed Alfredo Batista for the all time record. Batista had 183 career RBI’s from 1983-86. […]

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WSU baseball sweeps Youngstown State

Wright State Baseball completed the sweep over instate rival Youngstown State this past weekend, and improved their conference record to 11-4 on the year with a 10-2 record at home. Gabe Snyder became the all time leader in WSU history in RBI’s in game one of the series. In game one, Gabe Snyder hit two […]

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Several Raider baseball players begin pro season in the coming weeks

A number of former WSU baseball players are gearing up for their seasons in Minor League Baseball (MiLB) and preparing to continue chasing their dreams of making it to the show. Four of the players discussed in this article are from WSU’s historic 2016 season where five Raiders were drafted by MLB teams. The only […]

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WSU men’s basketball finishes in top 25 final mid-major poll of the season

The Raider men’s basketball team finished one of the best seasons in school history with a top 25 finish in the final mid major poll of the year. The Raiders finished the year ranked 22 in the poll. The mid major poll only includes schools that are not in a power five conference, the American […]

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WSU Baseball beats rival UIC, stays atop Horizon League standings

The Raiders won a hard fought series this weekend, taking two of three games from last year’s Horizon League champion UIC flames. While the past few weeks have been all about the Raider bats, the pitching for WSU stepped up against UIC to help grab the series win. In game one, Raider starter Ryan Weiss […]

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Blood test found to detect risk of developing Alzheimer's

A lab in Germany has developed a blood test that can be useful in detecting the early warning signs and risks of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The story was first reported by EMBO.org The article by EMBO goes on to explain how the test works and what it detects in a person’s blood. “One of the […]

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Man shot on I-75

On Easter Sunday 2018, a man was shot driving northbound on I-75 while he was on his way to an Easter event. Dayton Daily News first reported the incident, which occurred around 11:45 this morning. The man was driving to his destination when he slowed down due to the traffic in front of him. It […]

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