Wrapping up the 2014-’15 season, WSU Juniors Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet were named Co-MVPs at Koch Arena Thursday night.
Corey Henderson and Ria’n Holland, both Junior Guards, are leaving. So is Tevin Glass.
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 Shockers will hold it annual postseason celebration on Thursday, April 16.
“I’m just amazed at what Wichita has done. We are blessed by all the people who stepped up to make this possible,” Marshall said.
Gregg Marshall has reportedly elected to stay with Wichita State, meaning Alabama is looking elsewhere for a new coach.
A big win for Wichita State University as the school convinces Gregg Marshall to stay.
Wichita State guard Ron Baker has been named to the John R. Wooden Award All-America team.
University of Alabama athletics director Bill Battle met with Gregg Marshall on Monday.
With the Texas Longhorns job reportedly opening up, the UT position could be of interest to Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall.
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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish defeat the Wichita State Shockers, 81-70.
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Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins congratulated the Wichita State Shockers on House floor today.