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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.

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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…

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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. 

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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.