After voicing concerns about the current management of the club sports program, President M. Roy Wilson addressed club sports and Student Senate members.
Since his hire in 1997, Coach Sean Peters has turned Wayne State swimming and diving into a national powerhouse.
Wayne State University head basketball Coach David Greer said he is looking to bounce back from a disappointing 7-18 record during the 2015 season.
Over the past year, the Wayne State women's lacrosse club team has disassembled while the men's lacrosse club team has been revived.
The Wayne State University Warriors and University of Detroit Mercy Titans will compete for a cause instead of a win on Oct. 29.
The Wayne State football team moved to 7-1 on the year beating GLIAC rival Saginaw Valley State University 42-14 at Tom Adams field on Oct. 22. The Warriors are off to their best start since the 2011 team that made it all the way to the national championship game.
The Wayne State Warriors will try and add to their three game winning streak on the road against the University of Findlay Oilers Oct. 8. The Warriors (4-1) enter Ohio coming off a 41-30 homecoming victory against Hillsdale College, while the Oilers (2-3) fell to the Ferris State University Bulldogs.
WSU football concluded their three game home stand with a 41-30 victory over the Hillsdale Chargers on Oct. 1 celebrating Wayne State’s 80th homecoming game.
After last year's loss against Hillsdale College, the Wayne State football team hopes to score a win on homecoming, Oct. 1.
Wayne State senior Zuzanna Sobczak has had the opportunity to volunteer with the London Olympics in 2012 and the Rio Olympics this past summer.
The Warriors ran their way to a 35-21 victory against their GLIAC rival Tiffin on Sept. 24 at Tom Adams Field. Wayne State had previously lost its last two games against Tiffin, losing 31-7 in 2015, and 26-23 in 2014.
During the Warriors' first home game on Sept. 17, personal records and a school record were set during an eventful game, with the Warriors winning 50-7.
The Warriors kickoff at 6 p.m. against Lake Erie at Tom Adams field on Sept. 17.
Now in its second year, the Warrior Zone looks to deliver a fun school spirit experience at athletic events and beyond.
This year, the Baroudeur has three different levels to choose from, compared to last year’s five. Riders can have the choice of 25 miles for beginners; 62 miles, a metric century; or 100 miles, known as a century.
After completing a 6-5 season last year, the Warriors return in September and are determined to make some changes to tackle the season differently.
Mort Harris Fitness Center’s rock climbing wall named one of the best in metro Detroit by CBS Local.
Many Wayne State athletes balance life, academics and athletics while maintaining a high grade point average.
The Wayne State Warriors baseball team took on the Dragons of Tiffin at home on April 6. The Warriors were unable to pull out the victory, losing 6-4 and dropping to 14-11 in the season.
The Wayne State softball team (27-4) hosted a double header against Grand Valley State University (18-6, 3-3 GLIAC) on March 29. The Warriors swept the double header winning the first game 4-0, and the second 8-1.
Lyndsay Butler, pitcher and junior on the Wayne State women’s softball team, starts a new chapter in the Warrior history books by breaking the all-time strikeout record during last Friday’s game in a staggering 4-1 win over Georgia College.
The Wayne State University baseball team (9-9) took on the visiting Hillsdale Chargers in a double header on March 26. Hillsdale took the first game 20-10, and the Warriors earned a split in the second game of the day by defeating the Chargers 16-5.
The Wayne State University women’s basketball team (12-16 overall, 7-15 GLIAC) pulled off their second upset win over Findlay (15-13, 10-12 GLIAC) 90-76 on senior night on Feb. 25. Coach Carrie Lohr said that this win was bigger for her team than the victory against Walsh.
Wayne State inducted former Detroit Lions running back and WSU alumnus Joique Bell into the WSU Athletics Hall of Fame on Feb. 20.
The Wayne State women’s basketball team (11-16 overall, 6-15 GLIAC,) ended a six game losing streak by upsetting tournament-bound Walsh (18-8 overall, 15-6 GLIAC) 79-75 on Saturday. During the losing streak, the Warriors averaged 62 points a game and were outscored 432-372. Warriors led at halftime versus Tiffin, Ohio Dominican and Malone but lost all three games.
The Wayne State Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving teams faced off with other Michigan universities at the Great Lakes International Athletic Conference at Waterford Mott High School February 10-13. While both WSU teams performed well, the women’s team brought home the GLIAC Champion title for the seventh consecutive year.
The Wayne State women’s basketball team (10-13 overall, 5-11 GLIAC) had high hopes of pulling off an upset on Feb. 6 against the second place team in their division, Ohio Dominican University, but fell after halftime to an ending 70-62 loss.
A game that the Warriors (2-9) found themselves in control of against the Tiffin Dragons (6-9) slowly slipped away after a poor shooting second half leading to a 61-55 defeat.
The Warriors (2-9, 2-6 GLIAC) are 0-4 since the beginning of 2016 following Saturday’s loss to the Saginaw Valley State University Cardinals (10-3, 7-1 GLIAC).
“After a while, they just opened up a can on us.”
After going undefeated in their first four games, then losing two in a row, the Wayne State women's basketball team went back in the win column after a 61-58 victory over Northern Michigan University.
WSU Fencing hosted the fourth annual ‘Fencing Frenzy’ fundraiser at the Mort Harris Fitness and Recreation Center on Dec. 5.
On Nov. 14, the 1975 Wayne State women’s tennis team got together at Traffic Jam and Snug to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the winning of its first GLIAC title they won Nov. 8, 1975.
After posting a 5-20 record last season, Head Coach David Greer and the Warriors looked to start the 2015-16 season strong as they hosted the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers on Nov.14 in an exhibition game at Matthaei.
Warrior football celebrated senior day and saluted the armed forces, while fans filled the stands in excitement for the football team’s last home game this season against the Lake Erie Storm. The Warriors won 56-54, which was the highest scoring game in WSU history (110 points).
The Wayne State Warriors rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Northern Michigan University, 34-31, at Tom Adams Field on October 17.
In Wayne State’s 79th homecoming game, the Warriors lost to the Grand Valley State Lakers 38-17.
A game that started in the hot Detroit sun ended under the lights of Adams Field Saturday with the Wayne State Warriors's 56-21 win over the Malone Pioneers.
Another notch was put in the belt of the Warrior football team when former star running back Desmond Martin was signed by the Detroit Lions May 12 after trying out at their rookie minicamp the previous weekend.
Joique Bell is not just a professional football player; he is also a professional multi-tasker.
Being such a multi-cultural and diverse university, it begs the question; Why doesn’t Wayne State’s athletic program provide the “world’s game?” We’re talking about soccer. Or futbol, depending on what part of the world the game is being played in.
The Wayne State women’s basketball team finished their current homestand with a 2-1 record, giving them a 22-4 overall record.
Wayne State football coach Paul Winters spoke about the 2015 recruiting class during WSU Football Future’s Night Thursday in Matthaei Physical Education Center. Winters announced that his class consisted of 28 incoming freshmen who signed their National Letters of Intent on NCAA National Signing Day. The signees include 11 offensive and 17 defensive players.
Wayne State (4-14, 3-12 GLIAC) tipped off against Tiffin (7-14, 3-11 GLIAC) on Thursday and left Matthaei with 64-58 victory, notching career win 200 for Coach David Greer.
Former Wayne State defensive tackle Sam Sillmon said he has set his sights on playing professional football in the NFL.
The Wayne State men's basketball team (0-4 overall, 0-1 GLIAC) dropped the GLIAC opener 63-69 to Lake Superior State University (4-1 overall, 1-0 GLIAC) on Dec. 4 at the Matthaei.
The 11th ranked Wayne State women’s basketball team (2-0, 1-0 GLIAC) hung on to victory Thursday night despite a second half push by Lake Superior (3-0, 0-1 GLIAC) to remain undefeated in the 2014-15 season.
The Wayne State football team (7-4 overall, 6-4 GLIAC) finished the 2014 season with a 20-13 victory over Hillsdale College (4-7 overall, 4-6 GLIAC ) on Nov. 15.
The Wayne State Univesity women’s basketball team (1-0) began the 2014-15 season with a 77-59 home win over Indianapolis (0-1) Friday night.
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