Lake Campus | Photograph by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian
Spring break is just around the corner, along with baseball season. Baseball season kicked off on Feb. 22, 2020, with their first game at home against Concordia University (Michigan).
Athletics at the Lake Campus include Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball and Baseball. The Volleyball and Softball teams were discontinued in the 2018-19 term.
Men’s and Women’s Basketball came to a close on Feb. 22; their last games were at Sienna Heights University.
Jim Wendling is the athletic coordinator at the Lake Campus and Nate Tymes is the faculty athletic representative.
All Laker Athletic Events are free and home games are held at the Auglaize-Mercer County YMCA.
The Men’s Basketball team during the 2019-20 season played 22 games with an average of 77.6 points per game.
Chris Jones is the head coach of the Lakers; the team is compiled of one senior, four sophomores and three freshmen.
The Women’s Basketball team during the 2019-20 season played 19 games with an average of 63.1 points per game.
The head coach is Logan Lanier Jr. with Sharai Allen and Angela Clayton as assistant coaches. Students may recognize Angela Clayton as a science professor at the Lake Camps.
Their team is built of one senior, three juniors, one sophomore and three freshmen.
The three freshmen all come Eastmoor Academy.
Baseball season is just beginning with five seniors, five juniors, seven sophomores and five freshmen. Their head coach is Chad Geier accompanied by John Bailey, the head assistant and pitching coach, and Scott Montgomery, assistant coach.
Baseball games are played at Montgomery Field in Celina, Ohio.
Students and staff are encouraged to support the athletic department by going to the games and cheering the teams to victory. If there are any questions regarding the athletic schedules, visit https://www.wsulclakers.com/landing/index.
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