Wichita State & Missouri Valley Conference

Wichita State University (WSU) is a public university in Wichita, Kansas. The Missouri Valley Conference (also called MVC or simply The Valley ) is a college athletic conference whose members are located in the midwestern United States. 5.0/5

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Wichita State softball picked first in Missouri Valley Conference.
Game Recap: Northern Iowa exposed inside as Wichita State stays perfect in Missouri Valley
Wichita State exploited the defensive holes on UNI to stay perfect in the MVC.
Wichita State basketball has conference schedule announced: On Tuesday afternoon, the Missouri Valley Conference…
AP Coach of Year: Wichita State’s Gregg Marshall ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Gregg Marshall, whose Wichita State team was the first to reach the NCAA tournament undefeated in 33 years, has been selected The Associated Press’ coach of the year. The Shockers entered the tournament at 34-0 and as a No. 1 seed. They became the first team in NCAA men’s history to win its first 35 games. They lost to Kentucky in the third round and fell short of matching Indiana in 1976 as the last unbeaten national champion. Marshall led the Shockers to a No. 2 ranking in the final poll and to the Missouri Valley Conference regular-season and tournament titles. For the fifth straight season, the Shockers won at least 25 games. Marshall received 44 votes Thursday from the same 65-member national media panel that selects the weekly Top 25. Tony Bennett of Virginia had 13 votes, Billy Donovan of Florida drew six and John Beilein of Michigan and Larry Brown of SMU one each. Voting ended on Selection Sunday. AP Coach of the Yea ...
CHAMPIONS! Wichita State takes the Missouri Valley Conference title for the first time since 1987; perfect Shockers headed to the NCAAs.
ST. LOUIS — There's no shame in losing to Wichita State, which is 34-0 after taking the Missouri Valley Conference tournament. After falling to the second-ranked Shockers for a third time this season, at least Indiana State knows it went down swinging. The Sycamores refused to fold.
For the first time since 1987, Wichita State has won the Missouri Valley Conference Championships.
Wichita State is Missouri Valley Conference champion and a pristine 34-0 heading into the NCAA Tournament. Do the Shockers have what it takes to go 40-0 and be national champions? SN's Ryan Fagan takes a look.
Wichita State is undefeated in the Missouri Valley Conference.so? Lol
That is how you WIN! Wichita State-83, Indiana State-69; 34-0 and the Shockers are 2014 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Champions. Wichita State joins 1991 UNLV as the only men's teams to start 34-0 in Division I history. Ron Baker had 14 points, 3 assists, 2 rebounds, 2 blocks, and 2 steals.
Wichita State won the Missouri Valley conference… or did they? (Pic via /
Indiana State didn't really give Wichita State their first loss in the MVC championship today.
Wichita State dominates the 2014 Missouri Valley Conference men's basketball all-league units as three WSU starters made the first team. In all, five Wichita State players received all-league honors.
Wichita State completed an undefeated run through the regular season and the Missouri Valley Conference tournament by beating Indiana Sta...
Oops After Wichita State's 83-69 win over Indiana State in Sunday's Missouri Valley Conference tournament title game, Shockers players wore championship T-shirts that proclaimed Wichita State the winner on the front but on the back had a bracket with Indiana State winning. "They'll get us the right ones eventually," guard Ron Baker said. According to MVC associate commissioner and league spokesman Mike Kern, the league ordered two sets of T-shirts, one with Indiana State listed as the winner in the bracket on the back and one with Wichita State. The vendor messed up and printed both with the Sycamores winning. MVC officials did not catch the error. "We're embarrassed and mortified," Kern said. "It's awful. We have a set of system of checks and balances, but we missed it. The team has done too much to deserve this." Kern said corrected shirts will be sent to Wichita State this week.
Wichita StATE TOPS Indiana State IN MVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME ST. LOUIS -- The Sycamores never once backed down against the nationally-ranked and undefeated Wichita State Shockers, but could not get the over the hump in the second half as they fell 83-69 in the Missouri Valley Conference Championship Game in front of 12,125 fans inside Scottrade Center. Indiana State drops to 23-10 while the Shockers improve to 34-0. The Sycamores' 23 victories are the most in a season since the Larry Bird led 1978-79 campaign. Justin Gant and Manny Arop each led the Sycamores with 18 points. Indiana State hit 23-of-56 shots from the field (41.1 percent) while the Shockers connected on 27-of-60 (45 percent). Arop led the way for the Sycamores in rebounding as he posted seven caroms to go with his 18 points. Wichita State led by 10 at the half and stretched the lead to 44-29 by scoring the first five points of the second half. At the 17:10 mark, Justin Gant opened things up for the Sycamores with a jumper and kickst ...
Woo heck yes! A huge congratulations to the Wichita State Shockers on winning the Missouri Valley Conference tournament championship known as Arch Madness! Shockers are 34-0 and will be the first team since the 1991 UNLV Runnin' Rebels to enter the NCAA tournament unbeaten! Great job Wichita State!
After watching the first half of the Missouri Valley Conference tournament there is NO WAY Wichita State deserves to be a seed in the NCAA tourney! They play in a very weak conference. If they played in the Big Ten or ACC they would have 6 or 7 losses!
Rather than feeling the pressure, Wichita State insists that it's enjoyed moving to the brink of matching the best start in NCAA history. The second-ranked Shockers will try to become the second team to reach 34-0 and win the program's first Missouri Valley Conference tournament title in 27 years on...
About to watch this Indiana State game vs. Wichita State in the Missouri Valley Conference championship on CBS!
The Cardinals are playing on MLB Network, and Wichita State is about to hook up with Indiana State for the Missouri Valley Conference championship. And Tiger is in the hunt for a golf title. And I have nothing to do. I hate to waste a warm, sunny day. But I hardly call a day on the sofa a waste.
It's Sunday Funday at the Pickle!! It's a great day out there, sun is shining, temperatures are climbing, and the Stacked Pickle is open and ready for you! Purdue kicks the day off for us at Noon as they host Northwestern. At 2:00, the Indiana State Sycamores look to win another Missouri Valley Conference title as they take a shot at and 33-0 Wichita State. Following that, Michigan St visits Ohio State at 4:30, Penn St/Minnesota tips at 5:15, and Wisconsin/Nebraska hit the hardwood at 7:30. Also at 7:30, the Pacers look to turn things around with a pivotal game at Dallas! What else is there to say? See you at the Pickle all day long!!
Kansas City Star - Wichita State's Marshall is Missouri Valley Conference coach of the year
Wichita State just needs to keep keep winning By JOHN J. MESH Forallthings Sports Columnist/Sports Reporter Despite being the lone unbeaten in the country at 29-0, Wichita State University likely will be ranked No. 2 behind Florida in the Associated Press NCAA Division I men's College Basketball poll, which will released tomorrow. The Shockers now are getting the Rodney Dangerfield treatment from the pundits (I tell you, I get no respect, no respect at all). WSU's motto is "Play Angry" and being dissed by pundits and alleged experts just adds to that. ESPN basketball analyst Jeff Goodman said Wichita State should not get a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament despite the chance that when the NCAA brackets are released in three weeks, the Shockers could be 34-0 (31-0 regular season, 3-0 in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament). Another ESPN basketball analyst Doug Gottlieb, who was a point guard at Oklahoma State, also has doubted WSU. But Gottlieb is off point here and needs to do his homework. During a ...
Wichita State volleyball takes the 1st set, 25-18, over Illinois State in the semifinals of the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
Ron Baker, No. 12 Wichita State edge BYU on free throws down stretch
Wichita State hoops to be broadcast nationally: The Missouri Valley Conference has announced a 36-game televis...
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall is the highest paid coach in the Missouri Valley conference
Wichita State is 1st team from Missouri Valley Conference to make Final Four since this guy led Indiana St in 1979
SHOCKERS win over PITT. YES! Way to represent the Missouri Valley Conference, Wichita State! ❤ing it!
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MVC Tournament 2013 results and bracket: Creighton defeats Wichita State in championship
No. 20 Wichita State blitzes Bradley 73-39 WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Nick Wiggins scored 12 points and fueled a 16-0 run in the second half with three 3-pointers as No. 20 Wichita State completed a regular-season sweep of Bradley with a 73-39 victory Saturday night. Jake White added 11 points for the Shockers (19-2, 8-1 Missouri Valley Conference), who won their 19th consecutive home game and ensured themselves of starting the second half of their conference schedule in sole possession of the MVC lead. Cleanthony Early and Malcolm Armstead each added 10 points for Wichita State. Walt Lemon Jr. led Bradley (12-9, 4-5) with 14 points. WSU defeated Bradley for the seventh consecutive time, adding to its longest winning streak in series history. The Shockers led 39-30 with 15:20 remaining, but Early and Wiggins launched the game-breaking run as Bradley went more than 6 minutes without a field goal while Wichita State extended its advantage to 59-32. After a sluggish start, Wichita State shot 51 percent from the ...
Evansville upsets 23rd-ranked Wichita State; Ryan scores 24 points in Aces' victory By Jonathan Lintner Evansville Courier-Press Ind. — The University of Evansville notched its first victory this season over a ranked opponent, upsetting No. 23 Wichita State by a 71-67 score Sunday in the teams’ Missouri Valley Conference basketball game at the Ford Center. The Aces (11-6, 4-1 MVC) came out on the right end of 13 ties and 16 lead changes to earn their fourth straight win as well as move into second in the league’s standings. Senior Colt Ryan led the way with 24 points, and the Aces held on late as a six-point lead with 1:06 to play nearly vanished. After sophomore Jordan Jahr put Evansville up 66-60 on a free throw, Wichita State senior Malcolm Armstead scored 10 seconds later. Armstead stole the ensuing inbounds pass, and junior Cleanthony Early cut the lead to one on a 3-pointer from the corner. From there the Aces went 5 of 8 from the free throw line, creating two opportunities for the Shockers (1 ...
Wichita State forward Cleanthony Early's 39 points were the most in a game by a Missouri Valley Conference player this season.
Just three unbeatens left in Missouri Valley Conference play: National powers Wichita State and Creighton, and, um, the Bradley Braves.
The Drake University men's basketball team welcomes Wichita State to the Knapp Center Wednesday evening for the Bulldogs' first Missouri Valley Conference home game of the season. Tipoff at the Knapp Center is scheduled for 7:05 p.m.
Wichita State hasn’t lowered its expectations with three starters injured. Now the Missouri Valley Conference knows why.
The UNI Panthers men’s basketball team (7-5 overall) will open up Missouri Valley Conference play by visiting Koch Arena and taking on the Wichita State Shockers (11-1 overall) today at 5 p.m. The telecast will be aired live on Fox Sports Midwest, FOX Sports Indiana and FOX Sports Kansas City, FOX College Sports Central, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, ESPN3 (outside the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska), DirecTV (Channel 671), Dish Network (Channel 418) and AT&T U-Verse (Channel 748).
Another good Missouri Valley Conference volleyball tournament in the books. Congrats to Creighton and hopefully congrats to Wichita State and UNI tomorrow. On the way home; see you at the Blaze vs. QC game tomorrow afternoon at home!
Down to just the title match in Missouri with Creighton facing Wichita State for the Missouri Valley Conference volleyball championship. Do me a favor--DON'T watch live at 7 Saturday on Fox Sports Midwest; instead, go see the Blaze host Missouri, then watch the MVC VB replay at midnight on Comcast Sportsnet Chicago.
Rick Pitino showing the Missouri Valley Conference and Wichita State some respect!
Wichita State picked 4th in the Missouri Valley Conference thats disrespectful to us time to prove them wrong Shockers!! Tip-Off Monday Vs Pitt State
Uhhh… Wichita State won the 18 game, Missouri Valley Conference Championship, by two games last year. Try again…..
I know I can play at Wichita State . Give the Missouri Valley Conference buckets .
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Cody Forsythe went seven strong innings and SIU launched three home runs to beat Wichita State 6-3 earlier tonight in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
Upset mania in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament, as Indiana State and Wichita State go down to Creighton & Southern Illinois
WICHITA, Kan. - Wichita State baseball student-athlete Johnny Coy has been named the Missouri Valley Conference...
Trying to do big things and tear up the track this weekend in Kansas at Wichita State for the Missouri Valley Conference. This one is for you pops!
Congrats to Wichita State's Gregg Marshall who was named Missouri Valley Conference coach of the year today! Go Shox!
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