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.
The Wayne State women's tennis team opened up its spring season defeating Northwestern Ohio 8-1 and improved to 17-2 overall with the victory dating back to the fall.
Women's tennis is on a roll, with a 7-0 conference record the Warriors are hoping to have a big season.
With the opening weekend of women’s tennis now in the books, the season is already starting to have a familiar feel to year’s past.
The Wayne State Women’s Tennis team fell to Grand Valley State in the second round of the 2010 GLIAC Tournament in Midland. The fourth-seeded Warriors won twice in doubles but went 1-4 in singles.
After an up-and-down regular season, the Wayne State women’s tennis team heads into the 2010 GLIAC Tournament optimistic that it can succeed. The Warriors (7-4, 7-4 GLIAC) enter this weekend’s tournament as the fourth seed.
Sharon Gill has been named First-team All-GLIAC in three seasons at Wayne State.
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The season came to a deflating close for the Wayne State men's tennis team. The Warriors were sent packing from the first round of the NCAA tournament by Rockhurst with a 5-0 hammering.
The Wayne State women’s tennis team (16-5) defeated Ferris State Bulldogs (13-9; 5-2) in the first round of the NCAA 2010 Division II tournament Thursday morning in Midland, Mich.
Brett Shankin has played a role in an impressive pitching staff that helped lead the Warriors to the top seed in the conference tournament.
Head coach Bryan Morrow has lead the men's tennis team to a complete turn around in his second year as coach. They are back in the NCAA tournament for the seventh time in 10 years.
Britton Steele turned in a big weekend for the Warriors during the conference tournament. His only loss on the weekend came in the 5-0 shutout against eventual champion Northwood.
The Wayne State men’s tennis team travelled to Midland for the GLIAC conference tournament April 17 as the 3-seed. The two-day event ended with the Warriors finishing as the runner-up to regular-season champ Northwood.
The Wayne State women’s tennis team closed out the spring season perfectly beating Valparasio University 6-1 in Valparaiso, Ind. April 5 and won their seventh consecutive game.
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