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Wright State recruit Davis signed and in school


(courtesy of Wright State Raiders)

One of the newest recruits for the Wright State basketball team during the off-season, has been 6’7 freshman Steven Davis from Indianapolis Manual High School.

Davis verbally committed to the Raiders in August but nothing had been announced in the media of his signing and he was not included in the basketball section of the website or in basketball publications around the country.

Head coach Billy Donlon said through news reports that he has signed his letter of intent and is taking classes and a member of the team for this season.

Donlon will use Davis all over the floor in multiple positions.

In other Raider news:

* Coach Donlon has moved Director of basketball operations Brendan Mullins down on the floor to assistant coach to take the place of Clayton Bates, who left to go to Western Michigan a few days ago.


Info compiled from Internet reports & basketball recruiting magazines

Wright State guard Mays to transfer for senior season to possibly Purdue


Julius Mays ( photo)

When Julius Mays arrived at Wright State after playing two years at North Carolina State, he said he would be able to be a leader on a young team.

Well, all of that is past tense as after playing only one season, he is taking advantage of an NCAA rule that allows a graduating player to transfer to another school if he is pursuing another degree if he has eligibility remaining.

The 6’2″ 195 lb guard  Mays will  graduating in June, which means that as long as the school he transfers to offers a graduate program that Wright State doesn’t, he will be eligible to play immediately instead of sitting out a year. Purdue does offer a graduate program and has two scholarships available.

Mays is a native of Marion, Indiana.

His totals for the Raiders were very respectable, 30 games played, 33.4 minutes per game, 14.1 points per game, .832 free throw percentage and .424 3-point field goal percentage.

The Raiders will miss his leadership and scoring abilities.


Info compiled from Radio talk shows & basketball news

Wright State’s Demmings named Horizon League Player of the Week

Press release & photo courtesy of Wright State athletics


Freshman guard Kim Demmings of the Wright State women’s basketball team has been selected as’s Horizon League Player of the Week for the week ending January 28.

Demmings (Richmond, IN/Richmond) scored 38 points with 18 rebounds and 12 assists in two Raider wins last week.  In a 71-66 overtime decision at Youngstown State on January 28, Demmings nearly posted a triple-double as she had 25 points along with season highs in rebounds (14) and assists (nine).  She scored the first 10 WSU points in overtime, including a decisive three-point play with 50.4 seconds remaining.

Kim Demmings

It was the second overtime win of the season for Wright State, the other coming at home against Milwaukee on January 14, and was the first overtime win away from home for the program since defeating Milwaukee 93-91 in double overtime on February 10, 1994, breaking a 10-game losing streak in such contests.

On January 26 at Cleveland State, Demmings had 13 points, four rebounds and three assists as the Raiders won 64-54.

Demmings, who has scored in double figures in every Horizon League game and has scored at least eight points in all but one contest the entire year, currently ranks third in the league in scoring average (16.8), third in assists per game (4.1), 14th in free throw percentage (710) and 15th in rebounds per game (6.0).  In league games only, Demmings is second in scoring (18.8), tied for third in assists (4.7), seventh in defensive rebounds (5.7) and 11th in rebounds overall (7.1). identifies the highest impact players nationally and one from each conference in their weekly feature. The entire list can be found at

The Wright State women’s basketball team is having a fine season under head coach Mike Bradbury at 14-7, 7-2 in the Horizon League.

Wright State will play in BracketBusters against Missouri-Kansas City

Portions of this story from Wright State press release

The Wright State men’s basketball team will travel to the University of Missouri-Kansas City as part of the 2012 Sears BracketBuster Series to be played on Saturday, February 18.  A game time is yet to be decided.

The teams have met twice before as Wright State won both meetings during the 1990-91 season–98-90 in Kansas City (1/5/91) and 101-90 (1/19/91) in the first year of the WSU Nutter Center.  The Kangaroos are currently 9-15 overall and 3-9 in the Summit League while the Raiders sport a record of 11-12 overall and 6-5 in the Horizon League.

(courtesy of Wright State athletics via wikipedia commons)

UMKC will play at the WSU Nutter Center next season or during the 2013-14 campaign.

Missouri-Kansas City was established in 1933 and has an enrollment of 15,473 students.

The Kangaroos are members of the Summit League which also includes: Indiana-Purdue-Ft. Wayne, Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis, North Dakota State, Oakland University, Oral Roberts University, University of South Dakota, South Dakota State, Southern Utah and Western Illinois.

(courtesy of UMKC via wikipedia commons)

Wright State Raiders get ready to host Loyola (Ill.) tonight

Press release & logo courtesy of Wright State athletics


Coming off three road games, the Wright State men’s basketball team will be happy to come home as they will host Horizon League foe  Loyola Friday.  The game starts at 7 pm at the Wright State Nutter Center.

WSU won  in Chicago, 74-70 in overtime at UIC.

Friday, January 27, presented by WDTN-TV

Opponent: Loyola

Game Time: 7 pm

Halftime: Matt McCormick attempts to break world record for one-arm push-ups; Break Sk8

Post-Game: Stick around to watch more of Break Sk8

Specials: Beavercreek Night; 3,000 Black t-shirts; Cancer Awareness as coaches across the country wear tennis shoes and suits; One fan will have a chance to win $10,000

Tickets: $13 – Wright State Nutter Center Box Office;; TicketMaster Outlets; Call 800-745-3000


Don’t miss the Billy Donlon Radio Show Monday night at the Woodman Fricker’s…aired live on WBZI, 100.3 and as well as video on The Horizon League Network.

WSU's court at Nutter Center ( photo)

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