Media outlets from across the country have made their way to St. Louis with Wichita State, Kansas State and the University of Kansas all playing Friday.
Two buses full of loyal members of Shocker nation are heading to St. Louis.
It was quite the welcome for the Wichita State Shockers as they made their way to the Westin Hotel Wednesday night.
On Wednesday, the team boarded buses where they will head to the airport for a flight to St. Louis.
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Mayor Carl Brewer chose the Shockers to win the championship over Florida State.
Wichita State snagged one of six Sports Illustrated covers once again, this time featuring Tekele Cotton.
WSU women’s basketball team preparing for second straight trip to NCAA Tournament. Shockers enter this year’s tourney as the No. 14 seed.
Ron Baker just does the right things on and off the court like at the Missouri Valley Conference tournament when he implored WSU fans to give Indiana State Senior Jake Odum a standing ovation.
Wichita State has launched a new social media campaign entitled #SelfiesWithGregg, in collaboration with local upstart Stamp Yo Face, it was announced today.
The Wichita State Shocker basketball team has punched a ticket to the NCAA Tournament as a #1 seed in the Midwest Regional in St. Louis.
Excitement is building as the Shockers head into the NCAA tournament. Send us your Shocker pride pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org
The votes from WSU Men’s Basketball and Wichita Children’s Home supporters have advanced Coach Gregg Marshall to the final round of the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge.
For the first time since 1999-00 and for only the second time in school history, three Shockers landed on the All-Missouri Valley Conference First Team.
Check out Buzzfeed’s top 34 reasons why Wichita State will win the national championship.
A 262,000 pound “Wooo Shock” will begin pulling freight and pulling angry across the Kansas prairie.
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