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WSU athletes get real about mental health

“I don’t want to disappoint my teammates or my coaches and I think that’s a lot of pressure I feel daily,” said Bill Wampler, senior on Wright State’s Men’s Basketball team. “I feel like it’s hard as an athlete to not be hard on yourself because we’re trying to be the best we possibly can be.”

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

Raider sports recaps: What you missed

Here are the sports highlights for Wright State Raiders from November 4 through 11.

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Women’s Soccer defeated by Cleveland State

In an intense match against Cleveland State, Women’s Soccer fought hard but eventually fell to the Vikings.

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Wright State Cross Country | Photo provided by Victoria Angelopoulos

Sports Recap: What to know in WSU sports

Your Wright State sports recap is here: this is what you missed in WSU athletics last week.

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

Coach talk: Basketball expected to win leagues

After a successful season last year for both teams, both Men’s Basketball Head Coach Scott Nagy and Women’s Basketball Head Coach Katrina Merriweather are hopeful for the upcoming season.

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The Guardian Spot – V2, EP8 – Women’s Volleyball Team

The G team takes on the women’s volleyball team this week in a game! Also, get to know some of the players that are breaking records.

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Wright State Cross Country | Photo provided by Victoria Angelopoulos

Raider cross country preps for championships

With their conference championships and regionals coming up in November, Wright State’s Cross Country team is working hard to prepare for success.

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Women’s Soccer to host annual pink-out game Wednesday night

Free shirts, food, drinks, and soccer, all to raise awareness for breast cancer.

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Jordyne Helinski | Photo by Erin Pence

Women’s Soccer Spotlight: Jordyne Helinski

Jordyne Helinski started playing soccer at four years old and by the age of 10, was already competing on a travel team.

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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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