The WKU Men’s Basketball team lost its fifth straight after falling to FAU. An uneven 3-point shooting night caused the Hilltoppers to fall 70-63 to the No. 21 Owls. They extended their winning streak to 20 games, the longest active streak in the nation.
WKU women’s basketball (11-9, 8-3 C-USA) held on to win another close game, this time against Florida Atlantic (11-9, 4-7 C-USA). The Lady Toppers were down six early in the fourth quarter, but closed out the game outscoring the Owls 16-9 to claim the 66-65 win.
WKU women’s basketball (10-9, 7-3 C-USA) rallied back to defeat FIU (10-9, 5-5 C-USA) on Thursday night in Diddle Arena. The Lady Toppers were down seven with 4:22 left in the game, but ended on a 7-0 run to earn a 67-63 win.
As a member of Canon’s prestigious Explorers of Light program, Sports Illustrated photographer Simon Bruty visited photojournalism classes and conducted workshops for Western Kentucky University students; giving his two pence worth of how to do it.
Tuesday night consisted of a Spartan/Raider high school basketball doubleheader showdown as this was the first time these two teams have met since Warren East moved from the 14th District to the 15th District for the 2022-2023 season.
WKU women’s basketball (9-9, 6-3 C-USA) had its five-game win streak snapped at Charlotte (8-10, 4-5 C-USA) on Saturday afternoon. The Lady Toppers fell to the 49ers, 72-65, in a game that feature 15 lead changes and seven ties.
Carver was joined alongside family, friends, and members of the Warren East community on Wednesday to acknowledge his accomplishments throughout his academic and athletic career as a Raider, and celebrate the next step towards his future.
The WKU Men’s basketball team had its three game win streak snapped by the 2th ranked FAU Owls in Diddle Arena after the Owls dominated the second half, outscoring the Hilltoppers 42-29 on Monday night.
Greenwood High School hosted a boys basketball tournament on Saturday, Jan. 14th showcasing three 4th Region teams and one 3rd Region team from Kentucky. Each Kentucky team took on an opponent from Tennessee.
WKU women’s basketball (6-8, 3-2 C-USA) once again rallied back to win after being down double digits in the first half, this time defeating UAB (9-6, 1-5 C-USA), 75-71, after falling behind by 15 after the first quarter.
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