After competition across the GLIAC was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Wayne State Athletics is optimistic teams will be able to have complete 2021-2022 seasons.
Since getting off to a strong 7-0 start, the Wayne State softball team has found different levels of success within GLIAC. In conference play, WSU has gone 8-10 and has lost five of its last six games.
On Saturday, the No. 5 seed Ashland men’s basketball team beat No. 4 seed Wayne State Warriors 76-61 in the opening round of the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Tournament at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana.
The GLIAC announced the creation of its “Champions for Change” initiative last month. The primary focus of the program is to increase inclusion and diversity at the conference’s schools.
On March 4, No. 1 seed Wayne State University men's basketball team was upset by the No. 8 seed Saginaw Valley State University 76-74 in the opening round of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Tournament at the John Friend Court.
The Wayne State University women’s basketball team ended the Matthaei Center’s basketball run with a postseason victory Tuesday, defeating Lake Superior State University 81-63.
The Wayne State University men’s basketball team split its final regular-season series at the Matthaei Center against Ferris State University. WSU lost the first game 84-71 on Feb. 26 but won the second matchup 70-68 on Feb. 27.
The Wayne State University men's and women's swimming teams wrapped up their annual appearance at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship on Feb. 20 at the Holland Community Aquatic Center. The men finished second with 728.5 points, and the women finished third with …
The Wayne State University men's basketball team swept its series against Saginaw Valley State University at the Matthaei Center. WSU won the first game 80-65 on Feb. 19 and the second game 86-67 on Feb. 20.
The Wayne State University women's basketball team split its series against Saginaw Valley State University at the James E. O'Neill Jr. Arena. WSU lost the first game 78-63 on Feb. 19 and won 79-70 in overtime on Feb. 20.
For the first time since Nov. 23, 2020, Wayne State University volleyball returns to competition. This season is full of hope, but for student-athletes, they're just thrilled to have the opportunity to compete.
Wayne State University men’s basketball split their series against the University of Wisconsin - Parkside at the Alfred and Bernice De Simone Gymnasium. On Feb. 12 WSU took a 68-64 loss and on Feb. 13 they won 63-60.
The Wayne State University women's basketball team swept their series against the University of Wisconsin - Parkside at the Matthaei Center. WSU won the first matchup 69-60 on Feb. 12 and then pulled off an overtime victory 82-77 on Feb. 13.
Wayne State University men’s basketball secured its first victory at Grand Valley State University Fieldhouse Arena in seven years, beating the Lakers 62-59 on Feb. 9.
Ahead of Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 7, public health experts are strongly advising avoiding in-person gatherings of multiple households in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Wayne State University men’s basketball won its third game in a row, capping off a sweep against Purdue University Northwest. WSU won the first matchup 72-56 on Feb. 5 and the second matchup 92-89 on Feb. 6.
The Wayne State University women's basketball team split their series at Purdue University Northwest. WSU pulled off a 61-56 overtime victory on Feb. 12, but got blown out 81-64 on Feb. 13.
The Wayne State University women's basketball team was swept in their series against Grand Valley State University at the Matthaei Center. WSU lost their first game 66-57 on Jan. 30 and their second loss came on Jan. 31 with a 61-49 final score.
Wayne State University women’s basketball lost its second game in a row, suffering an 83-68 defeat to Ashland University at the Matthaei Center on Jan. 26.
The Wayne State University men's basketball team were swept in their series against Northwood University at Riepma Arena. WSU lost the first matchup 74-67 on Jan. 22 and then lost 67-66 on a buzzer-beater on Jan. 23
The Wayne State University women's basketball team split their series against Northwood University at the Matthaei Center. WSU won 77-69 after pulling off a second-half comeback on Jan. 22. However, they lost 78-63 after a slew of injuries were too much to overcome on Jan. 23.
Wayne State University men’s basketball won their first two home games of the season, in a Matthaei Center filled with cardboard cutouts of Warrior fans. WSU outscored Davenport University 86-68 on Friday, Jan. 15 and 88-75 on Saturday, Jan. 16.
The Wayne State University women's basketball team split their series at Davenport University. WSU obliterated DU 91-57 in their opening matchup on Jan. 15. However, the Jan. 16 matchup yielded different results, as WSU took their first loss of the season 60-58 at the DU Student Center.
Wayne State University men's basketball split their series at Lake Superior State University to start the season. WSU won its first matchup 87-76 on Jan. 8, but lost its second game 75-64 on Jan. 9 at the Ronald "Bud" Cooper Gymnasium at LSSU.
The Wayne State University women’s basketball team began their season undefeated following a pair of wins this week against Lake Superior State University at the WSU Matthaei Center. The first win was a 75-52 blowout on Jan. 11, and the second one was a 79-61 rout on Jan. 12.
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced on July 27 that the upcoming 2020 fall athletic season would be conference-only. However, each sport’s feasibility will be evaluated individually.
For Wayne State’s cheer and dance teams, sporting events are an outlet to showcase new routines while preparing for their annual trip to nationals each spring.
The Mort Harris Recreation and Fitness Center officially reopened on Sep. 10, marking the first time the center had opened its doors to the public since it closed on March 13.
Some Wayne State student-athletes are being given another season of eligibility, following the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference cancelation of sports competition until Jan. 1, 2021.
As the Black Lives Matter movement swept across the United States, protesting against police brutality and racial injustice, Wayne State student-athletes and coaches found ways to support the movement.
As student-athletes throughout the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference await the news on the future of their seasons amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Wayne State University Athletics are back to practicing as teams —with new restrictions in place.
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Council of Presidents and Chancellors announced their approval of a winter and spring sports calendar on Nov. 11.
Wayne State University students can take a break from classes and play video games at the esports lounge in the lower level of the Student Center that opened on Oct. 7.
Following a disappointing and injury-riddled 2019-2020 season for the Wayne State University men’s basketball team, WSU will be looking to compete amongst the best in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference when their winter season tips off, either on Jan. 8 or 9, 2021.
A disruption of normal exercise routines throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has caused concerns around body confidence among some female student-athletes.
Following a delay to the 2020-2021 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wayne State University women’s basketball team will look to make the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament when their winter season begins in January 2021.
It has been more than three years since swimmer and Wayne State University premedical student, Jia Yi Koh, has traveled home to Malaysia. She said she considered a visit home over the summer, but decided against it since it would mean four weeks in self-isolation due to COVID-19 travel regul…
Over 150 people have signed a petition calling for gender inclusive policies and safe work out areas at the Mort Harris Recreation and Fitness Center, a removal of security cameras from the women’s only workout area and a “zero tolerance policy for inappropriate behavior” that protects Wayne…
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference cancelled all sports competition in 2020 due to COVID-19, but student-athlete Jackson Harris is hopeful play will resume next year.
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced on Wednesday that all sports are suspended until the end of the calendar year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While various aspects of college sports remain uncertain due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wayne State student athletes stay active through remote workout plans.
As Wayne State women’s tennis entered its final seven matches of the season, there was little drama about how the team could qualify for a spot in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament.