Completing sweeps, the Shockers break out the brooms to end the weekend in baseball and softball.
Numerous allegations are surfacing this week involving the Wichita State women’s basketball coach.
Major League Baseball suspended Kansas City’s Kelvin Herrera for five games and fined him and fellow pitcher Yordano Ventura.
Wrapping up the 2014-’15 season, WSU Juniors Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet were named Co-MVPs at Koch Arena Thursday night.
Kansas City became the last team in the majors to lose this season.
Corey Henderson and Ria’n Holland, both Junior Guards, are leaving. So is Tevin Glass.
Kansas City right fielder Alex Rios is out indefinitely after suffering a broken bone.
Kansas forward Perry Ellis announced Monday that he will return to school for his senior season.
Wichita State Junior Guard Fred VanVleet is staying at WSU.
In a statement, Baker said, “It’s been an amazing ride here at WSU and my family and I aren’t quite ready for it to end.”
The Redbirds fly past Shockers, closing out three-game sweep at Eck Stadium
The Kansas City Royals beat the White Sox 7-5 Wednesday night.
Conner Frankamp was arrested in January on suspicion of DUI.
The Shockers will hold it annual postseason celebration on Thursday, April 16.
It has been four long years since the Kansas City Royals opened a season at home.