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Visit the Shocker Store when you come cheer on the AfterShocks. The Charles Koch Arena store will be open during every AfterShocks game.

It will open up 90 minutes prior to the scheduled tip-off time

Jackson Caldwell Male-Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Jackson Caldwell was named the American Athletic Conference Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year and the Men’s Cross Country Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the conference announced Wednesday afternoon.

Caldwell is the second-straight Shocker to be named the AAC Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year, after Brock Rodden (baseball) claimed the honor last year, and is the Shockers’ first Cross Country Scholar-Athlete of the Year since Wichita State joined The American in 2017.

Addison Barnard Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Addison Barnard can add another “first” to her resume. Barnard has been named the 2023-24 American Athletic Conference Softball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. It was announced by the league July 10.

She is the first Shocker softball student-athlete to earn scholar-athlete of the year honors since Wichita State joined The American in 2017. The Faculty Athletic Representatives (FARs) annually select 22 student-athletes (10 males, 12 females), one from each American sponsored sport, who will receive a post-graduate, post-eligibility financial scholarship of $2,000 and a trophy.

Photo of 2023-2024 women's team

As of July 1, women’s bowling at Wichita State will become an NCAA program under Shocker Athletics. They will compete as an affiliate member of Conference USA. Current women’s bowling coach Holly Harris will serve as the program’s first NCAA Division I women’s head coach. The Wichita State men’s bowling program will remain a sport supported by the Rhatigan Student Center as the NCAA doesn’t sponsor men’s bowling.

To stay up-to-date on the women’s bowling team, visit its Shockers Athletics website or its social media pages: Facebook, Instagram, X.

To stay up-to-date on the men’s bowling team, visit its website or its social media pages: Facebook, Instagram, X.

The Basketball Tournament (TBT) is coming back to Wichita this July. The $1 million winner-take-all tournament features 64 teams across eight regions, with teams led by alumni from powerhouse college programs.

Conner Frankamp, Markis McDuffie, Rashard Kelly and the rest of your favorite Wichita State alumni team will be back in action at Charles Koch Arena as they compete for $1 million.

The AfterShocks have earned the #1 seed in TBT’s Wichita Regional and they’ll take on #8 seed Midtown Prestige at noon Saturday, July 20 (session 1).

Use promo code STUDENT10 at GoShockers.com/Tickets to claim your exclusive $10 student ticket.

WuShock poses with Shocker fans for photo at Shocker Caravan event in Overland Park

Shocker Athletics continues its partnership with the WSU Foundation and Alumni Engagement for the Shocker Summer Caravan this July 15 and 25.

Director of Athletics Kevin Saal will join members of Wichita State’s coaching staff for events in Overland Park and Wichita. The events are open to the public and will feature an official program with the opportunity to interact with coaches, student-athletes and WSU and Shocker Athletics staff. Fans in attendance will also be able to win door prizes, take photos with special guests and shop Shocker apparel.

  • Kansas City: July 15 at Overland Park Chicken N Pickle (5901 W. 135th St., Overland Park) – Doors open 5:30 p.m. Program begins 6 p.m. – RSVP to the event.
  • Wichita: July 25 at Wichita Chicken N Pickle (1240 N Greenwich Rd.) – Doors open 5:30 p.m. Program begins 6 p.m. – RSVP to the event.
Elsewhere Festival Partners with Shocker Basketball

Wichita State men’s and women’s basketball are partnering with the Elsewhere Fest & Conference to provide a one-day, youth basketball camp from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, June 22 in Charles Koch Arena for children of Elsewhere Fest ticket purchasers.

It will feature educational programming covering the importance of fitness and wellness, basketball skill development and competitive game circuits, and the opportunity for photos and autographs with the teams.

This year’s Plains Regional Regatta came to a thrilling conclusion for Shocker Rowing — an event filled with incredible performances from all of our participating rowers.

Shocker Rowing thanks the community for all their support.

See the full list of results from the regatta.

Shocker Rowing invites all students interested in joining the team to attend its upcoming interest meeting. No experience is necessary. The meeting will happen at 5 p.m. Aug. 29 at the Shocker Rowing Boathouse downtown, 150 N McLean Boulevard.

2024 AAC Softball Championship Cover Graphic

The 2024 American Athletic Conference Softball Championship is being hosted by Wichita State Softball at Wilkins Stadium, May 8-11. The Shockers will be playing for an NCAA Tournament berth and are looking for a home-field advantage from the Shocker Faithful to help propel them into the postseason.

The Shockers will take on UTSA in the first round of the tournament at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 8.

All-session and single-session tickets are available for purchase now.