Sports in brief, Oct. 1

Volleyball bus trip sign-up

Wichita State is sponsoring a volleyball bus trip, and today is the last day to sign up.

The bus will be taking fans to the match on Oct. 10 against Missouri State.

The bus leaves at noon and will arrive in Springfield, Mo., for dinner at 5 p.m. The volleyball match is at 7 p.m.

The cost is $58, which includes a seat on the bus and refreshments.

For more information, call the Shocker ticket office at 978-FANS.

Elliott School’s Comm Week to feature Gregg Marshall

Men’s basketball head coach Gregg Marshall returns for his second straight year of speaking to students, faculty and staff on Oct. 15 at the Elliott School of Communication’s “Communication Week.”

Marshall, along with national broadcaster Gary Bender, will sit down for a conversation in Hubbard Hall, room 211.

The conversation with Marshall begins at 12:30 p.m.

Former Shocker basketball players in video game

The NBA2K15 video game will be released Oct. 7, and former Shockers will be in the game.

Shocker alumni Gal Mekel, Toure’ Murry and Cleanthony Early will be in the game.

Dallas Mavericks point guard, Gal Mekel, received a rating of 67 in the game.

Toure’ Murry of the Utah Jazz has yet to receive a player rating from the game, since he was just recently acquired by the team. Last season, he was given a 65 rating while with the New York Knicks.

Early, the 34th overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft by the New York Knicks, was rated a 70 within overall in the game.

Ceremony in remembrance of 1970 football plane crash

Wichita State will have its annual ceremony in remembrance of the 31 football players, administrators and supporters of WSU who died in the 1970 plane crash tomorrow at Memorial ’70, located on Alumni Drive near 18th Street and Hillside.

A wreath will be placed at Memorial ’70. The ceremony takes place at 9 a.m.