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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Former Wayne State defensive tackle Sam Sillmon said he has set his sights on playing professional football in the NFL.
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 football team (6-4 overall, 5-4 GLIAC) defeated Lake Erie College (4-6 overall, 3-6 GLIAC) on Nov. 8 in Painesville, Ohio.
Desmond Martin has been the lead rusher for the Wayne State Warriors football team during the 2014 season.
Led by the defense, the Wayne State football team (5-4 overall, 4-4 GLIAC) won 43-10 on the road against the University of Findlay (4-5 overall, 3-5 GLIAC) on Nov. 1.
The Wayne State football team (4-4 overall, 3-4 GLIAC) snapped a three-game losing streak on Oct. 25, beating Walsh University (2-6) 52-17 at Tom Adams Field.
The Wayne State football team (3-4 overall, 2-4 GLIAC) lost a 33-30 nail-biter at Northern Michigan University (2-5 overall, 1-5 GLIAC ) on Oct. 18.
The Wayne State football team (3-3 overall, 2-3 GLIAC ) dropped their second consecutive game on Oct. 11, losing to Grand Valley State University on the road by the score of 17-3.
The Wayne State Football team (3-2 overall, 2-2 GLIAC) saw their three-game winning streak snapped at Tom Adams Field by the Tiffin University Dragons (3-2 overall, 3-2 GLIAC), losing the contest 26-23 on Oct. 4.
Fresh off their victory over Malone University, the Wayne State football team defeated Northwood University 45-27 in the annual homecoming game on Sept. 27 at Tom Adams Field.
The Wayne State Warriors (1-1) defeated 13th-ranked Carson-Newman (1-1) 41-31 in an upset victory, behind WSU running back Desmond Martin’s three rushing touchdowns Saturday night at Tom Adams Field.
Several Wayne State coaches gathered at Tony V’s Tavern in Midtown Sept. 9 for the Fall Coaches Series to discuss their expectations and goals for the fall athletics season.
There are seven colleges in Michigan that have Division I athletic programs. Wayne State unfortunately, is not one of them.
Don’t let the Wayne State football team’s loss to Ashland fool you.
The championship game has finally arrived. Dreams will be fulfilled and shattered. The Wayne State football Warriors (12-3) look to capture their first ever national title as they battle the Pittsburg State Gorillas (12-1) on Saturday, 11 a.m. (Eastern) in Florence, Ala.
The Warriors flexed their muscles in the first round of the Division II playoffs, Nov. 19.
Redshirt sophomore running back Toney Davis enjoys his snow day, Nov. 19 at St. Cloud State (Minn.).
Greg Hasse (95) gave WSU's defensive line a lift returning from an injury Nov. 19. He recorded a 1/2 sack on Huskies QB Phillip Klaphake (16).
St. Cloud State quarterback Phillip Klaphake was hampered by the weather but still managed to toss three touchdowns, Nov. 19.
More than 5 inches of snow fell Nov. 19 at St. Cloud State's Husky Stadium. It stands on the banks of the Mississippi River, though you could never tell from this picture.
Gerren DuHart (27) draws an interference penalty but stops SCSU receiver Renard Robinson from scoring.
Jeremy Jones (8) and the Warriors defense held St. Clouds power run game 100 yards under its season average, Nov. 19.
"Thunder" and "Lightning" had plenty to be happy about Nov. 19. Runningbacks Davis (24) and Josh Renel (19), respectively, combined for almost 400 yards rushing and six touchdowns.
A botched St. Cloud punt attempt.
Aaron Cornette (26) had an early interception, but Husky Renard Robinson had 2 TDs Nov. 19.
Quarterback Mickey Mohner didn't enjoy the weather much, finishing 3-for-10 passing with 27 yards.
Coach Paul Winters, WSU's winningest coach, is the owner of Wayne State's first playoff run.
Backup quarterback Nick Moeller makes snow angels -- or is that snow Warriors?
Offensive lineman Ryan Moulding might not be able to feel his face.
Luckily for the Warriors, Renard Robinson and the Huskies' pass attack was adversely affected by the snow.
Toney Davis (24) would not be stopped on his way to 326 yards and five touchdown runs, Nov. 19.
Toney Davis dominated the Huskies with five rushing touchdowns. He's the second Warrior to do so (Joique Bell).
Quarterback Mickey Mohner is at the forefront of the Warriors record 3-0 start putting up consistent stellar numbers.
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