Women’s Basketball: Elkins’ record 10 3-pointers, career-high 37, help Raiders sweep Crusaders in season finale

Andrew Smith, Sports Editor

March 8, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

Saturday’s game against Valparaiso marked the last regular season game senior guard KC Elkins would ever play in the Nutter Center and when game clock read triple zeroes, the 531 fans in attendance knew she saved her best for... Read more »

Women’s Basketball: Raiders suffocate Penguins, clinch No.2 seed in HL Tournament

Andrew Smith, Sports Editor

March 5, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

Minutes before boarding the team bus, Raiders guard Kim Demmings took a moment to quote the legendary singer Frank Sinatra. “There’s always room for improvement, so there’s always room to get better. The best, probably,... Read more »

Women’s Basketball: Stanton, Denham injured at practice

Andrew Smith, Sports Editor

February 10, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

Forward Tayler Stanton and guard Symone Denham both sustained right leg injuries during practice Monday. Stanton fell to the floor during a collision underneath the basket when the team was running a modified full-court drill.... Read more »

Women’s Basketball: Gordon’s career-high 30 helps Vikings blow past Raiders

January 12, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

As well as the Raiders shot the ball, the Vikings shot it better. As well as Kim Demmings played, Cleveland State forward Imani Gordon played better. To match the Vikings offensive potency Sunday, the Raiders had to play nearly... Read more »

Women’s Basketball: Sharp-shooting Raiders hold off Golden Grizzlies

Andrew Smith, Sports Editor

January 8, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

Against most teams, when the Wright State women's basketball team jumps out to a 21-point lead, the opposition rarely gets close enough to make a game of it. Instead of coasting to a comfortable win, the Raiders had to match... Read more »

Women’s Basketball: Flyers withstand Raiders’ charge, pull away late

Andrew Smith, Sports Editor

January 2, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

Wright State head coach Mike Bradbury said on Tuesday that the series between WSU and Dayton should not be referred to as a "rivalry" because the results of the games, especially recently, have been one-sided in favor of the Flyers. On... Read more »