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

Coronavirus Impact on Athletics

WSU had to postpone fall sports, along with every other team in the Horizon League. This did not have a huge financial impact on the program.

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

NCAA to Furlough Entire Indianapolis Staff

The NCAA will furlough its entire Indianapolis staff of about 600 employees for at least three weeks in order to save money.

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Raiders vs. NKU Men's Basketball Jan. 24 | Photo by Soham Parrikh | The Wright State Guardian

NCAA Approves Blanket Waiver for Fall Sport Athletes

The NCAA Division 1 council recommended to the NCAA a blanket waiver for 2020 fall sport athletes, allowing an extra year of elligibility.

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Breaking: College Basketball To Begin November 25

After so much uncertainty surrounding college basketball this season, the 2020-21 season can start on November 25 for college basketball.

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Nutter Center | Photograph by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Quarantine Plans and Protocols for COVID Positive Athletes

Ensuring the health and safety of student-athletes is at the forefront of what the NCAA and WSU want to accomplish.

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

NCAA Grants WSU Waiver to Remain Division I

WSU was granted a waiver by the NCAA to remain in Division I. WSU can operate below the minimum amount of required sports for two seasons.

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WSU vs. Urbana Mens Basketball | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Loudon Love

Loudon Love is going into his redshirt senior season on the Wright State University (WSU) basketball team as the only senior on the team.

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WSU vs. Cleveland State Women's Basketball | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Compelled Student Athletes Train Differently During Pandemic

Student-athletes were forced to train in unique ways, due to gyms and practice facilities being closed since March because of coronavirus.

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Optimism Surrounding College Basketball during a Pandemic

After the Horizon League’s decision to postpone fall sports, there were a lot of questions surrounding the basketball season start date.

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Former WSU Basketball Player Bill Wampler Signs Professionally

WSU basketball player, Bill Wampler, has decided to take his talents overseas, and begin his professional career with Ehingen Urspring.

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