The Ohio Student Association (OSA) continues to have protests and meetings in the Wright State and Beavercreek areas in response to the shooting of John Crawford III.
Crawford, a 22-year-old black man, was holding a toy airsoft rifle he picked up from a shelf in a local Wal-Mart when he was shot... READ MORE »»
March for John Crawford III. Photo courtesy of the Ohio Student Association.
Wright State Police released a copy of a 13-page report Monday showing that WSU head men’s basketball coach Billy Donlon found a loaded weapon in the vehicle of Tavares Sledge on Sept. 18; two weeks before Sledge was dismissed from the basketball team.
Sledge was charged on Oct. 9 for improper... READ MORE »»
The Wright State volleyball team lost its seventh consecutive match Friday against UIC. Wright State was swept 3-0 by the Flames in the Raiders’ conference home opener giving them an overall record of 3-15 and 0-4 in the Horizon League.
The C.J. McLin Gym was packed for the Raiders’ first home... READ MORE »»
Wright State’s Athletics Department released a statement Thursday afternoon announcing that senior forward Tavares Sledge has been released from WSU’s men’s basketball squad.
“Today, Tavares Sledge was released from the Wright State men’s basketball team for violation of team rules. We... READ MORE »»
Wright State improved to 5-0 at home Wednesday after defeating Horizon League newcomer Belmont 3-0 at Alumni Field as WSU scored three first-half goals in Wednesday’s victory.
WSU snapped a two-game losing streak after falling in back-to-back contests that the Raiders led in. WSU was nearly perfect... READ MORE »»
AJ Paterson knocks in the Raiders third Wednesday after receiving a well-placed corner kick.