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  • No. 15 Wichita State handles Indiana State 74-57

    WICHITA, Kan. Wichita State's final six conference games feature four against three teams in the top four of the standings. The 15th-ranked Shockers look ready judging by Wednesday's 74-57 rout of Indiana State at Koch Arena. WSU won its 30th straight...
  • Milestone a stepping stone for South Elgin's Matty Smith

    Milestone a stepping stone for South Elgin's Matty Smith
    While breaking the career 1,000-point mark last Thursday certified individual success for South Elgin's Matty Smith, it is team success like the Storm enjoyed last postseason which is still front and center in the junior guard's mind. "It's going to...
  • VanVleet records triple-double in Wichita State rout of Missouri State

    WICHITA, Kan. When the Missouri Valley Conference scheduled Saturday's game for ESPN2, it looked like a logical showcase for the preseason favorite Wichita State and challenger Missouri State. The Missouri State team of the late summer looked like a...
  • Wichita State escapes Bradley with 62-59 win

    PEORIA, Ill. No. 16 Wichita State defeated Bradley for an 11th straight time. Most of them came easily as the two programs went in different directions. But the Shockers needed to work harder than expected to defeat Bradley 62-59 on Wednesday at Carver...
  • Terps now trending toward a No. 4 seed in NCAA tournament projections

    Terps now trending toward a No. 4 seed in NCAA tournament projections
    The Super Bowl is in the rearview mirror, meaning there's no good reason not to start dedicating most of your sports attention toward the NCAA tournament. Maryland is still in great shape to return to the Big Dance for the first time since 2010, but the...
  • Wichita State baseball program lands on NCAA probation

    Wichita State baseball program lands on NCAA probation
    KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Wichita State's baseball program was placed on probation Thursday after the NCAA found that the Shockers used 21 players who received impermissible benefits over a two-year period. The school self-reported the violations last year,...
  • Wichita State tops Loyola 58-47

    Wichita State tops Loyola 58-47
    WICHITA, Kan. — Fred VanVleet scored a career-high 27 points to lead No. 12 Wichita State to a 58-47 win over Loyola on Wednesday night. Ron Baker added 16 points as the Shockers (19-2, 9-0 Missouri Valley) shot just 41 percent from the floor...
  • College update: Trio of former Bell-Jeff players putting up impressive numbers

    College update: Trio of former Bell-Jeff players putting up impressive numbers
    The following is an update on local athletes playing at the collegiate level. Jasmine Smith ((Bellarmine-Jefferson High, 2012) sophomore forward, San Jose State women's basketball: Smith is getting a chance to start this season for the Spartans after...
  • Tekele Cotton leads Wichita State over Loyola 67-53

    No. 15 Wichita State was facing a tough challenge from Loyola, and then the second half started. Tekele Cotton scored all but two of his 16 points and hit four 3-pointers over the final 20 minutes, and the Shockers pulled away for a 67-53 victory over...
  • College basketball: 2014 in review

    College basketball: 2014 in review
    THE HIGHS • Jordan Adams of UCLA missed a late jumper that could have tied a regular-season game against Arizona. It haunted him for two months. But in the Pac-12 Conference tournament championship game, he got another chance. With the score tied...
  • College basketball ahead: Will UCLA make NCAA tournament?

    College basketball ahead: Will UCLA make NCAA tournament?
    Last season's national championship game was a clash of opposite forces in the world of college men's basketball. It was the old — Connecticut, led by senior Shabazz Napier — versus young — Kentucky's surging cache of first- and second-...