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Baseball final scores vs. Youngstown State. Photograph from Wright State Baseball's Twitter.

Spring sports weekend recap

Several sports have been in action lately and their schedules have been picking up intensity as spring progresses.

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Men’s and Women’s Tennis face tough losses

Both the Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams were in action this past weekend. The men faced off against Ball State and Eastern Illinois, while the women faced Notre Dame and Michigan State. Men’s Tennis SPORTS: Raider Basketball defeats NKU The Men’s Tennis team lost both matches by a score of 3-4. In the Ball State […]

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Women’s Tennis wins first conference match

Upcoming athletic events

The WSU Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams are both facing a conference-heavy schedule this month, and with it, a big chance to move up in the standings. * Men’s Basketball (8-9, Head Coach: Scott Nagy) Jan. 14th, Coach’s Show at Flyboy’s Deli, 6 p.m. Jan. 17th, @ Youngstown State, 7 p.m. Jan. 19th, @ Cleveland […]

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Sport Recap: Men’s and Women’s Tennis start play

Both the Wright State Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams began playing recently for the 2018-19 season. Both teams kicked off their season the weekend of Sept. 22, with the men playing in the University of Dayton Invite and the women competing at the Liberty Invitational in Lynchburg, Va. Men’s Results The men’s team saw some […]

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Former Wright State Tennis Players Sue the University

Near the eve of the upcoming tennis season, after a season long suspension last year, two former Wright State tennis players have filed a lawsuit against the university following their expulsion for alleged sexual misconduct. Former tennis athletes Diego Venegas and Marc Sodini filed a lawsuit against Wright State University and Dr. Chris Taylor in […]

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Men's tennis season canceled

Wright State canceled their men’s tennis spring season due to a lack of eligible players after allegations that nine of 11 individuals on the roster had violated the student code of conduct. The men’s team lost two matches on Jan. 17 and 18 to Dayton and Michigan State while only winning one set against Dayton.  […]

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Looking for improvement

Wright State men’s and women’s tennis teams are both looking to improve on their Horizon League finish from a year ago as the men went 0-6 in the conference while the women went 3-5. First year head coach Eric Burns and both teams have their sights set on the Horizon League Tournament. “Only the top […]

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Men’s tennis: Raiders adjusting to change going into HL play

It is not business as usual for Wright State’s men’s tennis team. Todd Tucker, WSU’s interim head coach who took over last summer after serving for a year as an assistant, is in the process of implementing changes. The changes, Tucker said, are focused on improving the fitness of his squad, who begins Horizon League […]

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Raider Spotlight: Harris a familiar voice for WSU fans

Using his perspective as a Wright State student athlete, Myles Harris spent Monday evening behind the radio microphone just one day after taking on crosstown rival Dayton in an early-season tennis battle. After graduating this spring, Harris hopes to work his way up in the broadcasting game starting with a production assistant job. He is […]

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Tennis: Raider men win three of four, fall to Xavier, women split weekend matches, prep for conference home matchups

It has been a season full of ups and downs thus far for the men and women’s tennis teams, but head coach Sean McCaffrey has both groups back on track after a solid weekend. The men’s squad (9-10, 3-1 HL) won three of their previous four matches, including two huge Horizon League victories over last […]

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