So much is happening with Wright State Athletics—it's hard to contain it all here. Winter sports have hit stride and are nearing the end, while spring sports are starting up.
The men's basketball team remains hopeful, even with two starting seniors on the bench with injuries. Wright State is currently 17-12, 10-7 and sits in a tight race for seeding for next month's Horizon League Tournament. Senior Troy Tabler (broken finger) could be back yet this season to help fellow seniors Vaughn Duggins and N'Gai Evans, while Cooper Land (knee) has seen limited action recently. Duggins, a League Player of the Year candidate, leads the team in scoring at a 17.1 points per game clip, while Evans plays the point guard spot well enough to have a shot at All-League honors this year as well.
The Raiders have two regular-season games remaining with two on national television. ESPNU will telecast the home games against Hostra, February 19 at 11 a.m., and the season finale, February 25 against Detroit at 7 p.m. For tickets or more information, go to wsuraiders.com
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