The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference held its Football Media Day at the Doubletree Hotel in Detroit on Aug. 5.
With six weeks remaining in the regular season, the Wayne State baseball team (21-5, 6-2 GLIAC) finds itself with an opportunity to win the program’s first regular season title since 2010.
After a less than desired finish earlier in the third day of competition at the NCAA Division II National Championships in Indianapolis last week, Wayne State junior Sasha Palazzo said getting off to a fast start in the late session was crucial.
Wayne State’s men’s and women’s swim and dive teams will look to add another conference title to their respective trophy cases as they participate in the GLIAC Championship.
Wayne State’s men’s basketball team scored a 90-74 win over Purdue Northwest, while the women’s team posted a 93-68 win at the Matthaei on Feb.16.
Wayne State’s men’s basketball team kept its postseason hopes alive with a down-to-the-wire 71–70 win, while the women’s team lost to Wisconsin-Parkside at the Matthaei on Feb.14.
With seven games remaining in the regular season, every game matters for Wayne State’s men’s and women’s basketball teams as they seek a berth in the GLIAC Tournament.
Wayne State’s men’s basketball team suffered an 84-75 loss to Davenport University, while the women’s team posted a 79-59 win at the Matthaei on Feb.2.
Wayne State’s men’s basketball team suffered a 63–61 loss to Ashland University, while the women’s team fell 84–65 at the Matthaei on Jan. 26.
The Warriors men’s and women’s swim and dive teams wrapped up their season against Findlay University Jan. 18 at the Matthaei Natatorium.
Wayne State’s men’s basketball team suffered a 101–97 overtime loss to Saginaw Valley State, while the women’s team held on for a 50–48 win at the Matthaei on Jan. 19.
Wayne State’s men’s basketball team suffered a 73-70 defeat to Northwood University, while the women’s team posted a 69-60 win at the Matthaei on Jan. 17.
Wayne State men’s basketball picked up their first win of the season by defeating the defending National Champion Ferris State Bulldogs 90-89, while the women’s team suffered a 68-51 loss at the Matthaei on Nov. 29.
Wayne State’s men’s and women’s cross-country teams will look to extend their season as they participate in the NCAA Midwest Regional on Nov. 17 in Hillsdale.
Wayne State’s men’s and women’s basketball both lost to Lake Erie at the Matthaei Sunday, with the women’s team suffering a 68-57 defeat and the men’s team falling to the Storm 77-67.
Wayne State football suffered a 34–24 defeat to Northern Michigan University in the team’s final home game of the season at Tom Adams Field on Nov. 3.
After falling one win short of the trophy last year, Wayne State women’s tennis won the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament for the first time since the 2014–2015 season. The Warriors gained the title with a defeat against Northwood University 4–0 at the Midland Commun…
Wayne State volleyball extended its win streak to four games with a three-set sweep of Wisconsin Parkside (25–23, 25–21, 25–23) at the Matthaei on Oct.27.
Wayne State’s women’s tennis team (8–2, 7–2 GLIAC) will look to win the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament for the ninth time in program history this weekend.
Wayne State football snapped its six-game losing streak in dominating fashion with a 55–21 victory over Northwood University at Tom Adams Field on Oct.20.
Wayne State women’s tennis is looking to have a strong four final meets before the GLIAC Tournament, when they return to action on Oct. 13.
With six games remaining this season, the Warriors are 1–4 and have not beat a GLIAC team. Matt Williams, The South End's sports editor, gives his take on the team's performance thus far.
The Wayne State men’s and women’s cross-country teams are looking to post their first victories of the season when they return to the track on Oct. 6.
Wayne State football dropped its fourth game in a row, falling to Tiffin University 27–13, in a non-conference matchup at Tom Adams Field on Sept. 29.
Wayne State football will look to bounce back from a loss when they host Ashland University at Tom Adams Field in the conference opener for both teams on Sept. 15.
Wayne State volleyball saw its two-game winning streak end with a four-set loss to the Ashland University Eagles (23–25, 16–25, 25–14, 16–25) at the Matthaei on Sept. 11.
Wayne State volleyball defeated Davenport University 3–0 (25–16, 25–23, 25–22) in a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference contest at the Matthaei on Sept. 8.
Wayne State volleyball defeated Grand Valley State University 3–1 (25–10, 25–18, 19–25, 25–23) in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener for both teams at the Matthaei on Sept. 7.
The Wayne State football team is looking to rebound from an injury-plagued 2017 season, as they begin their 2018 campaign on Aug. 30.
The Wayne State women's golf team ended their fourth season of GLIAC competition with their best finish yet, qualifying for the NCAA Super Regionals for the first time in program history.
Former Wayne State pitcher Jared Tobey was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the 30th round of this year's MLB Draft. Tobey becomes the ninth player in program history to be drafted and the first player taken since 2011, when pitcher Brett Shankin was drafted.
The Wayne State University softball team (24-23 overall, 9-17 GLIAC) was swept by Ferris State (16-28 overall, 10-18 GLIAC) Saturday in what was senior day for the Warriors.
The Wayne State University softball team (23-20 overall, 8-14 GLIAC) split in a double-header against the Saginaw Valley State Cardinals (21-21 overall, 12-12 GLIAC) Thursday afternoon at Gary Bryce Field.
In just their fourth year as part of the Wayne State Athletic Department, the Wayne State Dance Team will be heading to the NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship for the first time.