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WSU seeking waiver to remain Division I

Wright State University is seeking a waiver from the NCAA to remain in Division I, despite falling under the required amount of sports programs.

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Wright State basketball | Photograph by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Coronavirus ends career for senior basketball players

WSU says goodbye to eight seniors from the Men’s and Women’s basketball teams that had their college sports careers end due to coronavirus

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Two WSU club softball players win award

Wright State University had two club softball players named to the 2020 NCSA (National Club Softball Association) Great American All-Region Team.

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WSU cuts three sports programs

Wright State University has decided to cut the softball, men’s tennis and women’s tennis teams effective immediately due to restructuring the budget.

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Athletics to cut $1 million in budget

On Thursday, April 30, the Board of Trustees met for the first virtual committee day to discuss implemented changes as well as plans for the near future.

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Kara Donbrock, Fitness and Wellness Program Manager, graduate student | Photo provided by Kara Donbrock

Virtual workouts build a community

Kara Donbrock, program manager for fitness and wellness, has created Rec at Home, a program that shares workouts on social media.

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NCAA allows extension of eligibility for athletes

On Monday, March 30, the Division I council voted to give each individual school the ability to give spring-sport athletes an extension of eligibility.

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Nutter Center Athletic Office | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

All WSU sporting events, NIT cancelled

Amid coronavirus concerns, all sports events and mass gatherings have been cancelled, including the National Invitation Tournament 2020 (NIT).

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Nutter Center gym | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Athletic officials test positive for coronavirus

Two officials from the collegiate officiating consortium tested positive for coronavirus after officiating a men’s basketball game between WSU and UIC on March 9.

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Wright State basketball | Photograph by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Men’s Basketball falls to UIC, NIT cancelled

The Raiders fell in the first round of the Horizon League tournament to the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).

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