After Wayne State football dropped their second game of the season, a 35-12 defeat to Truman State on Sept.14, head coach Paul Winters said the team was not pleased with how they played during the game.
For Wayne State football, the running back position hasn’t just been a unit with the purpose of gaining tough yards and protecting the quarterback. In recent years it has been one of the most stable positions on the team.
Wayne State football saw its three-game winning streak end in dominating fashion, as the Ferris State Bulldogs — ranked 2nd in the Division II national poll — defeated the Warriors 59-13, in front of the largest crowd in Tom Adams Field’s history on Oct. 12.
The Wayne State football team moved to 7-1 on the year beating GLIAC rival Saginaw Valley State University 42-14 at Tom Adams field on Oct. 22. The Warriors are off to their best start since the 2011 team that made it all the way to the national championship game.
The Wayne State Warriors will try and add to their three game winning streak on the road against the University of Findlay Oilers Oct. 8. The Warriors (4-1) enter Ohio coming off a 41-30 homecoming victory against Hillsdale College, while the Oilers (2-3) fell to the Ferris State University …
The Warriors ran their way to a 35-21 victory against their GLIAC rival Tiffin on Sept. 24 at Tom Adams Field. Wayne State had previously lost its last two games against Tiffin, losing 31-7 in 2015, and 26-23 in 2014.
WSU football concluded their three game home stand with a 41-30 victory over the Hillsdale Chargers on Oct. 1 celebrating Wayne State’s 80th homecoming game.
During the Warriors' first home game on Sept. 17, personal records and a school record were set during an eventful game, with the Warriors winning 50-7.
After completing a 6-5 season last year, the Warriors return in September and are determined to make some changes to tackle the season differently.
Warrior football celebrated senior day and saluted the armed forces, while fans filled the stands in excitement for the football team’s last home game this season against the Lake Erie Storm. The Warriors won 56-54, which was the highest scoring game in WSU history (110 points).
A game that started in the hot Detroit sun ended under the lights of Adams Field Saturday with the Wayne State Warriors's 56-21 win over the Malone Pioneers.
Wayne State football coach Paul Winters spoke about the 2015 recruiting class during WSU Football Future’s Night Thursday in Matthaei Physical Education Center. Winters announced that his class consisted of 28 incoming freshmen who signed their National Letters of Intent on NCAA National Sig…
The Wayne State football team (7-4 overall, 6-4 GLIAC) finished the 2014 season with a 20-13 victory over Hillsdale College (4-7 overall, 4-6 GLIAC ) on Nov. 15.