Senate President Travis Doom said "morale is the lowest I can remember it being."
The Raiders were 25-10 last season and finished second in the league at 14-4.
The email comes as Wright State’s faculty union and administration have engaged in contract talks over compensation, health care benefits, workload and more.
“If we see programs and business growing, we would add faculty in those areas.”
"These recommendations would do permanent damage to Wright State, to our students, and to the community."
DDN: Wright State’s Wampler opens up about his struggle with depression: ‘It was just day by day, getting through’
The 6-foot-6 sharpshooter found relief in the family atmosphere around coach Scott Nagy’s program.
“He’s crazy, crazy, he jumps crazy high,” Cole Gentry WSU’s point guard said after Wednesday's game.
The union says the report was "overwhelmingly negative" and "would damage the academic mission of the university if accepted."
The fact finder ruled in favor of the administration on retrenchment, workload (including summer teaching rights), healthcare, furloughs and raises.
Bill Wampler, a 6-foot-6 transfer from Drake, had a game-high 18 points and tied for the team lead in rebounds with six.