The Sunflower

Coach Bridgette Gordon elected to Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame

Sports Reporter

October 7, 2013

Filed under Women's Basketball

Bridgette Gordon has a unique history in basketball.From her humble beginnings in DeLand, Fla., to the University of Tennessee, she has a long history. She’s been a two-time All-American, an NCAA Champion twice (in 1987 and 19...

Dream season for Shocker women comes to an end

Sports Reporter

March 25, 2013

Filed under Women's Basketball

The Shockers played well for the first 12 minutes of the game. Unfortunately, the Texas A&M Aggies blitzed them for the other 28. Wichita State made its NCAA Tournament debut, with the No. 14-seeded Shockers losing to the three-seeded Texa...

WSU women win MVC regular-season title

Managing Editor

March 11, 2013

Filed under Women's Basketball

Amidst all the noise and drama of the Missouri Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament, coach Jody Adams led the Wichita State women to their first ever conference regular-season title. Wichita State defeated the Missouri ...

Shocker women blow out Southern Illinois on senior night

Sports Reporter

February 25, 2013

Filed under Women's Basketball

As a tune-up for their upcoming road trip, the Shockers’ win over Southern Illinois on Saturday was just right. Darice Fountaine scored a career-high 17 points and everyone on the roster played as the Wichita State women’s basketb...

Shocker women keep cruising, top Panthers 57-47

Sports Reporter

February 9, 2013

Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

The Wichita State women’s basketball team is thriving and its latest defensive lockdown came against the Northern Iowa Panthers on Friday. Alex Harden scored 12 of her 16 points in the second half, had seven rebounds and three assists ...

Shocker women stay unbeaten in conference play


January 28, 2013

Filed under Women's Basketball

The Wichita State women’s basketball team overcame a sluggish first half to beat Evansville on Sunday 49-45. The Shockers trailed 21-16 at halftime behind only 29.2 percent shooting. The second half was a different story, wit...