Mike Tokarz

Wayne State’s football team (2-1, 1-0 GLIAC) won its GLIAC home opener on Sept. 16 against rival Saginaw Valley State, 41-31, in an historic night for WSU athletics.

As part of its celebration of 100 years of athletics, the Warriors donned new uniforms dedicated to the military. The jerseys featured an American flag on the shoulders, along with the names of Medal of Honor recipients on the back.

“We know how important a first league win tonight was,” Head Coach Paul Winters said.  “We want to win every GLIAC game we play, but it’s going to be very challenging, this league is extremely tough.”

WSU plays its first GLIAC road game on Sept. 23 at Tiffin.

 

 

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