Shockers make it to Final Four - and continue to make headlines
Mar 31, 2013 10:00 AM | Print
It was a night many Shocker fans have been waiting for their entire lives. Not since 1965 has the Wichita State University basketball team made it so far into the NCAA Tournament.
The dream finally became reality Saturday, March 30, when the Shockers beat No. 2 seed Ohio State University to reach the Final Four.
This, after already exceeding most expectations: WSU beat Pittsburgh, Gonzaga - ranked No. 1 in the nation - and finally La Salle, to make it into the Elite Eight.
Now the spotlight is firmly planted on the 9th-seeded Shockers, the lowest ranked team left in the tournament.
Here's a look at just a few of the stories about Wichita State's historic performance:
Wichita State Upsets Ohio State to Emerge From Topsy-Turvy West
Wichita State upsets Buckeyes to reach Final Four
Wichita State fights off Ohio State rally to reach Final Four
Wichita State going to Final Four after beating Ohio State, 70-66
MBB: Shockers Marching on to Atlanta, Final Four
Bob Lutz: Where there's a will, there's a Shocker
Work group seeks social media policy feedback
One million tiles being restored on WSU's Miro mosaic
Donations lead to increase in Ulrich photo collection
Opera stars Ramey, Held to teach at WSU
Wichita State to host Chinese delegation
Wichita high schoolers win WSU Jabara Scholarships
Kenya Safari Acrobats to perform at CAC
Bardo Proposes 'Innovation Campus'
WSU's NIAR hires lab director
Miss America 2014 to speak at WSU
WSU's McDowell competing for Mrs. International title
Endowed professorship named after Robert Town
WSU students, faculty participate in theater festival
Funds to WSU will help develop community-wide program
WSU Gore Scholar proving her worth
Sawan Fellowship awarded at Wichita State
WSU's 'Academe' for winter 2014
Wichita State offers Anti-Trafficking 101
Observatory hosting 'Discovering Stellar Secrets'