Plenty of highlights from this year’s Shocker Madness, as both the men’s and women’s teams get ready for the upcoming season.
A lot of laughs, smiles, and photos as WSU men’s and women’s basketball hold their Media Days.
The Bearcats edged Wichita State as the preseason favorite with 116 points to the Shockers’ 115 in the balloting of the coaches.
One of the best basketball players to ever play at Wichita State was honored by the university.
Wichita State gets a verbal commitment from one of the best post players in the Class of 2018.
Markis McDuffie is the latest Shockers men’s basketball player to suffer a foot injury.
The Wichita State men’s basketball schedule was released Friday morning.
The Shockers will play Oklahoma at 6 p.m. on Saturday, December 16th.
The contrast of the dark seats with the bright court creates quite the intimidating presence for opposing teams!
The Wichita State Shockers have plenty of tough tests before American Athletic Conference play even begins.
WSU volleyball is excited for a season of firsts as they gear up for their American Athletic Conference debut.
Wichita State men’s basketball attendance topped the 10,000-mark for a 14th consecutive year and ranked 34th nationally.
Wichita State packs the house for men’s basketball games.
Landry Shamet suffered a foot injury while playing at an Under Armour event in Philadelphia.
The Shockers will face plenty of 2017 NCAA Tournament teams like Tennessee and Creighton.