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WSU Athletics

Hoarse voices and raised heart rates.

From claiming national championships to reaching the Final Four, Wichita State has a tradition of great athletes, great teams, great seasons and great fans. With 15 NCAA Division I teams competing in one of the oldest athletic conferences in the country and a wide range of intramurals and club teams, there's always something worth losing your voice over at Wichita State.

Take a look around and learn more about WSU's time-honored tradition of greatness – or better yet, come out and see it for yourself.

Baseball
The powerhouse Shocker baseball program, led by new Head Coach Todd Butler, has the fourth-best all-time NCAA winning percentage and won a national championship in 1989.

Men's Basketball
Fresh off a 30-win season and a trip to the 2013 Final Four, Head Coach Gregg Marshall is ready to continue the Shockers' recent success that includes a Missouri Valley Conference championship in 2012 and NIT championship in 2011.

Women's Basketball
Building from a string of post-season tournament appearances – including an NCAA Tournament berth in 2013 – Head Coach Jody Adams leads the defending MVC champions into battle.

Volleyball
Coming off a Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2012, Coach Chris Lamb's WSU Volleyball team looks to continue a long run of success. Wichita State annually ranks in the Top 10 nationally in attendance.

Bowling
Wichita State is hands-down the most accomplished collegiate bowling program in the nation. Under the tutelage of Head Coach Gordon Vadakin, WSU men's and women's bowling teams have won 19 United States Bowling Congress intercollegiate national championships.

Rowing
Led by Head Coach Calvin Cupp, 2012 Men's and 2011 and 2013 Women's Coach of the Year for the Plains region, the team won medals in 2010, 2011 and 2012 at the American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championships.

Cross Country

Men's Golf

Women's Golf

Softball

Men's Tennis

Women's Tennis

Track and Field

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