Wright State junior guard Chelsea Welch (22) puts up an inside shot against Central Michigan, during Thursday’s WNIT first round tournament game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn. Welch led all scorers with 21 points in WSU’s 66-64 win.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Symone Simmons (23), shown here putting up a shot over the Chippewas’ Reyna Frost, scored 20 points in Wright State’s 66-64 victory, Thursday, March 16 in the first round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament game, held in Fairborn.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

The WNIT logo adorns the Nutter Center basketball court floor, during Thursday’s game between host Wright State and the Central Michigan University Chippewas.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Wright State University’s starting five of Emily Vogelpohl, Mackenzie Taylor, Chelsea Welch, Symone Simmons and Lexi Smith await their introductions prior to Thursday’s March 16 WNIT home game against Central Michigan.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

WSU coach Katrina Merriweather does a radio interview after the Raiders’ Thursday March 16 win over Central Michigan in the first round of the WNIT basketball tournament game at Wright State’s Nutter Center, in Fairborn.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Wright State’s Emily Vogelpohl (3) sets up to make a three-point shot during Thursday’s WNIT basketball tournament game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Antania Hayes of Wright State pulls up as the Central Michigan defense closes in, during Thursday’s Women’s National Invitational Tournament game at the Nutter Center. Wright State won the game, 66-64, to advance to today’s game against the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Central Michigan junior guard Cassie Breen (10) led the Chippewas with 20 points in Thursday’s 66-64 loss at Wright State University’s Nutter Center, in Fairborn.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Wright State’s Mackenzie Taylor (12) drives through a lot of Central Michigan traffic on her way to the hoop, during Thursday’s WNIT basketball game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

CMU’s Tinara Moore (2) scored 17 points, and used her 6-foot-3 size to her advantage to haul in 10 rebounds, in the Chippewas’ 66-64 loss to the Wright State Raiders, Thursday, March 16, in Fairborn.


Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Wright State junior guard Chelsea Welch (22) puts up an inside shot against Central Michigan, during Thursday’s WNIT first round tournament game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn. Welch led all scorers with 21 points in WSU’s 66-64 win.

Symone Simmons (23), shown here putting up a shot over the Chippewas’ Reyna Frost, scored 20 points in Wright State’s 66-64 victory, Thursday, March 16 in the first round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament game, held in Fairborn.

The WNIT logo adorns the Nutter Center basketball court floor, during Thursday’s game between host Wright State and the Central Michigan University Chippewas.

Wright State University’s starting five of Emily Vogelpohl, Mackenzie Taylor, Chelsea Welch, Symone Simmons and Lexi Smith await their introductions prior to Thursday’s March 16 WNIT home game against Central Michigan.

WSU coach Katrina Merriweather does a radio interview after the Raiders’ Thursday March 16 win over Central Michigan in the first round of the WNIT basketball tournament game at Wright State’s Nutter Center, in Fairborn.

Wright State’s Emily Vogelpohl (3) sets up to make a three-point shot during Thursday’s WNIT basketball tournament game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn.

Antania Hayes of Wright State pulls up as the Central Michigan defense closes in, during Thursday’s Women’s National Invitational Tournament game at the Nutter Center. Wright State won the game, 66-64, to advance to today’s game against the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor.

Central Michigan junior guard Cassie Breen (10) led the Chippewas with 20 points in Thursday’s 66-64 loss at Wright State University’s Nutter Center, in Fairborn.

Wright State’s Mackenzie Taylor (12) drives through a lot of Central Michigan traffic on her way to the hoop, during Thursday’s WNIT basketball game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn.

CMU’s Tinara Moore (2) scored 17 points, and used her 6-foot-3 size to her advantage to haul in 10 rebounds, in the Chippewas’ 66-64 loss to the Wright State Raiders, Thursday, March 16, in Fairborn.

Wright State junior guard Chelsea Welch (22) puts up an inside shot against Central Michigan, during Thursday’s WNIT first round tournament game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn. Welch led all scorers with 21 points in WSU’s 66-64 win.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_ChelseaWelch_PS.jpgWright State junior guard Chelsea Welch (22) puts up an inside shot against Central Michigan, during Thursday’s WNIT first round tournament game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn. Welch led all scorers with 21 points in WSU’s 66-64 win. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Symone Simmons (23), shown here putting up a shot over the Chippewas’ Reyna Frost, scored 20 points in Wright State’s 66-64 victory, Thursday, March 16 in the first round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament game, held in Fairborn.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_SymoneSimmons_PS.jpgSymone Simmons (23), shown here putting up a shot over the Chippewas’ Reyna Frost, scored 20 points in Wright State’s 66-64 victory, Thursday, March 16 in the first round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament game, held in Fairborn. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

The WNIT logo adorns the Nutter Center basketball court floor, during Thursday’s game between host Wright State and the Central Michigan University Chippewas.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_WNITlogo_PS.jpgThe WNIT logo adorns the Nutter Center basketball court floor, during Thursday’s game between host Wright State and the Central Michigan University Chippewas. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Wright State University’s starting five of Emily Vogelpohl, Mackenzie Taylor, Chelsea Welch, Symone Simmons and Lexi Smith await their introductions prior to Thursday’s March 16 WNIT home game against Central Michigan.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_TeamIntros_PS.jpgWright State University’s starting five of Emily Vogelpohl, Mackenzie Taylor, Chelsea Welch, Symone Simmons and Lexi Smith await their introductions prior to Thursday’s March 16 WNIT home game against Central Michigan. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

WSU coach Katrina Merriweather does a radio interview after the Raiders’ Thursday March 16 win over Central Michigan in the first round of the WNIT basketball tournament game at Wright State’s Nutter Center, in Fairborn.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_KatrinaMerriweather_PS-1.jpgWSU coach Katrina Merriweather does a radio interview after the Raiders’ Thursday March 16 win over Central Michigan in the first round of the WNIT basketball tournament game at Wright State’s Nutter Center, in Fairborn. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Wright State’s Emily Vogelpohl (3) sets up to make a three-point shot during Thursday’s WNIT basketball tournament game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_EmilyVogelpohl_PS.jpgWright State’s Emily Vogelpohl (3) sets up to make a three-point shot during Thursday’s WNIT basketball tournament game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Antania Hayes of Wright State pulls up as the Central Michigan defense closes in, during Thursday’s Women’s National Invitational Tournament game at the Nutter Center. Wright State won the game, 66-64, to advance to today’s game against the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_AntaniaHayes_PS.jpgAntania Hayes of Wright State pulls up as the Central Michigan defense closes in, during Thursday’s Women’s National Invitational Tournament game at the Nutter Center. Wright State won the game, 66-64, to advance to today’s game against the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Central Michigan junior guard Cassie Breen (10) led the Chippewas with 20 points in Thursday’s 66-64 loss at Wright State University’s Nutter Center, in Fairborn.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_CassieBreen_PS.jpgCentral Michigan junior guard Cassie Breen (10) led the Chippewas with 20 points in Thursday’s 66-64 loss at Wright State University’s Nutter Center, in Fairborn. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

Wright State’s Mackenzie Taylor (12) drives through a lot of Central Michigan traffic on her way to the hoop, during Thursday’s WNIT basketball game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_RaiderDrive_PS.jpgWright State’s Mackenzie Taylor (12) drives through a lot of Central Michigan traffic on her way to the hoop, during Thursday’s WNIT basketball game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn. Tim Zechar | Wright State University

CMU’s Tinara Moore (2) scored 17 points, and used her 6-foot-3 size to her advantage to haul in 10 rebounds, in the Chippewas’ 66-64 loss to the Wright State Raiders, Thursday, March 16, in Fairborn.
http://fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_TinaraMooreLexiSmith_PS.jpgCMU’s Tinara Moore (2) scored 17 points, and used her 6-foot-3 size to her advantage to haul in 10 rebounds, in the Chippewas’ 66-64 loss to the Wright State Raiders, Thursday, March 16, in Fairborn. Tim Zechar | Wright State University
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