WKU Athletics delivered in historic and record-setting fashion this year, putting together the best all-around year of all 14 C-USA members in terms of conference competition and academics and making an impact in postseason play.
The WKU Track and Field program is sending two more athletes to June's NCAA Outdoor Championships as junior javelin thrower Tomas Guerra and senior sprinter Chioma Agwunobi turned in national-qualifying performances Friday at the NCAA East Preliminary Championships in Jacksonville, Fla.
WKU Head Football Coach Jeff Brohm and secondary coach Mike Cassity will be among those honored for their history and contributions to football in the Bluegrass State at the annual Governor's Cup Reception, Tuesday, June 2 at the Governor's Mansion in Frankfort.
WKU sophomore Ventavius Sears hit 7.84 meters in the long jump during the first day of competition at the NCAA East Preliminary Championships in Jacksonville, Fla. and that mark was good enough to punch his ticket to June's NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
After a standout 2015 season in the circle, WKU softball's Miranda Kramer capped off her stellar campaign being named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) First-Team All-America list.