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.
In his time as Wayne State's softball coach, Gary Bryce, has picked up a few milestones, such as winning 1,200 games and becoming Division II's all-time wins leader last year.
Wayne State’s softball team (17-8 overall, 2-2 GLIAC) swept Davenport (19-10 overall, 4-4 GLIAC) by scores of 4-2, and 8-0, on March 29 at Gary Bryce Field.
From winning championships and competing to qualify for the Olympics, Wayne State redshirt senior sabre fencer Ziad Elsissy has accomplished a lot in his time around the sport of fencing. But if it weren't for a passing suggestion, his talent may have gone unnoticed.
Wayne State's athletic department has a history of coaches sticking around. Grant Lofdahl – one of the newest coaches to start at WSU – is looking long term too.
For Wayne State junior sabre Pati Palczynska, her fencing journey began at the age of nine in Poland. After a neighbor quickly picked up the sport, Palczynska's dad wanted her to give it a shot.
WSU softball has had a strong record of success, ranking first or second in the GLIAC, four of the past five years. The squad hopes to continue that success and make a run at being national champions.
Third-seeded Wayne State men’s basketball team (15-11 overall) were defeated by the sixth-seeded Michigan Tech Huskies (15-13 overall) 88-74, on Feb. 28 at the Matthaei.
Wayne State women's basketball team's postseason hopes were dashed with a 64-56 loss to Northwood University in the GLIAC Quarterfinals at the Matthaei on Feb.28.
After a strong showing at the GLIAC Tournament, Wayne State's men's and women's swim and dive teams will now shift their attention to the NCAA championships.
The Wayne State University men’s basketball team (14-9, 12-6 GLIAC) defeated the Northwood University Timberwolves (10-16, 6-12 GLIAC) 87-73 in Detroit on Senior Day.
The Wayne State women's basketball team clinched a home game in the GLIAC Tournament with a 76-66 win over Northwood University at the Matthaei on Feb. 17.
The Wayne State women's basketball team took one step closer to qualifying for the GLIAC Tournament with a 73-51 win over Purdue Northwest at the Matthaei on Feb. 11.
Wayne State men’s basketball team (13-8, 11-5 GLIAC) defeated visitors Purdue Northwest (1-23, 1-15 GLIAC) 79-61 during a rare Sunday game at the Matthaei.
The Wayne State women's basketball team saw their seven-game win streak come to an end with a 101-84 loss to No. 1 ranked Ashland University at the Matthaei on Feb. 1.
The Wayne State Men’s basketball team(10-8, 8-5 GLIAC) defeated the Ashland University Eagles(15-6, 8-5 GLIAC) 69-60 on Thursday night at the Matthai in Midtown Detroit.
Not many Warrior basketball players have reached the 1,000 point plateau, but WSU Guard Ronald Booth did just that in the Warrior 76-66 loss to the Michigan Tech Huskies.
The Warriors volleyball team (15-12, 10-6 GLIAC) suffered a 3-2 loss on Nov. 10 to the Davenport Panthers (12-14, 8-7 GLIAC). The Warriors won set one, 25-21, and set two, 25-22 before dropping the last three sets to Davenport 25-23, 25-18 and 15-5 respectively.
When they begin their season on Nov. 11, Wayne State's women's basketball team will look to qualify for the GLIAC Tournament for the first time since 2015.
The Wayne State men’s basketball team prepares to open the 2017-2018 season in an exhibition game against the University of Detroit Mercy in a Motor City college showdown.
Despite the travel and the homecoming festivities, the Warriors (3-5, 2-4 GLIAC) were able to upset the Huskies (3-5, 2-4 GLIAC) at Sherman Field for the first time since 2006.
Wayne State’s football team (2-1, 1-0 GLIAC) won its GLIAC home opener Sept. 16 against rival Saginaw Valley State, 41-31, on a historic night for WSU athletics, where the Warriors wore new uniforms dedicated to the military.
After beating Walsh University to open the season, the Wayne State football team will look to start 2-0 when they host No.18 ranked Indianapolis University on Sept. 9 at 6 p.m.
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After years of lobbying with campus administration, the grappling club was gifted a practice room, which they dedicated to President M. Roy Wilson, on Feb. 27.