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Wright State University Women's Volleyball | Photo by Joe Craven

WSU Volleyball held the longest winning streak in the nation

Wright State’s Women’s Volleyball team has shocked the Horizon League with a 16-game winning streak, the longest in the nation.

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Stefan Rokvic | Photo by Scott McNitt

Men’s Soccer Spotlight: Stefan Rokvic

Both of Rokvic’s uncles played professionally and his grandfather was a coach for the Yugoslavian National Team during the 1962 World Cup when they finished fourth. Growing up, he was coached by his father, a successful player and coach.

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Men’s and Women’s Basketball win regular season Horizon League titles

On Saturday, March 2, the Women’s Basketball team travelled to Oakland and the Men’s Basketball team travelled to Milwaukee for their last regular season games. The Raiders won both games.

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Men’s Basketball falls to NKU

Wright State traveled to Northern Kentucky on Jan. 11 to face off against rival NKU. The game was close but the Raiders ultimately lost 64-68. The first half was a close one, with the Raiders leading at halftime 30-27. Mark Hughes led the team in the first half, scoring nine points and having five rebounds. […]

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Weekend sports recap

Several sports were in action this past weekend, including Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball, Men’s Soccer and Cross Country. * Men’s Basketball loses to Murray State The Raiders traveled to Kentucky on Nov. 10 to face Murray State University. MSU led the Raiders for almost the entire game and ended up winning 73-54. The Raiders […]

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Weekend sports recap

Several Wright State athletics teams were in action this past weekend, including: men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, women’s basketball and cross country. LATEST: Weekly Horoscopes Men’s Soccer falls to Green Bay The men’s team traveled to Horizon League opponent Green Bay on Oct. 27. The Raiders were playing to guarantee the regular season title, […]

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Fitness Friday – 13-minute exercise

In order to stay in shape and be healthy you have to dedicate time to working out. If you are working or taking classes, it may be hard to find that time in your busy schedule. According to recent research in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, you may only need to exercise for […]

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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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Volleyball falls in first Horizon League match

The Wright State Women’s Volleyball team started Horizon League play Sept. 21 hosting Milwaukee. Despite the extremely close scores, the Raiders lost three sets to one. The first set showed how close the match would be, with the largest lead all set being by three points, occurring when Milwaukee led 22-19. Freshman Lainey Stephenson had […]

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Brandon Phillips back in the Majors

Former Cincinnati Red Brandon Phillips found his way back to playing Major League baseball this past week after playing in the Minors all season. After ending last season with the Angels, Phillips remained unsigned to a big-league contract but was eventually offered a minor league contract with the Boston Red Sox. For the past two […]

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