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11.17.2014 - General
Every other day over the next couple of months we will feature a different WSU Athletic Department staff member in our get to know them segment. Next up is head softball coach Gary Bryce. [Full Story]
11.16.2014 - Women's Tennis
DETROIT – The Wayne State University women's tennis team was ranked 28th nationally in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Division II poll released last week.
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11.15.2014 - Football
DETROIT -- The 2014 Wayne State University football season came to an exciting conclusion as the Warriors rallied for 13 fourth quarter points in recording a 20-13 triumph over the visiting ... [Full Story]
11.15.2014 - Men's Basketball
TIFFIN, Ohio -- The Wayne State University men's basketball team (0-2 overall) dropped a 73-59 decision to Kentucky Wesleyan College (2-0) Saturday evening on day two of the 2014 GMAC/GLIAC ... [Full Story]
11.15.2014 - Men's Swimming & Diving
DETROIT -- The Wayne State University men's swimming and diving team defeated Ashland in a dual meet Saturday afternoon at Messerly Natatorium. [Full Story]
   
11.22.2014
Men's Fencing
vs Alumni Meet
11.22.2014
All Day
Women's Cross Country
at NCAA Regional
11.22.2014
All Day
Men's Cross Country
at NCAA Regional
11.22.2014
Women's Fencing
vs Alumni Meet
11.23.2014
8:00 AM
Women's Fencing
vs Danosi Open
11.23.2014
8 AM
Men's Fencing
vs Danosi Open
   
11.20.2014
7:30 PM
J.V. Women's Basketball
vs Rochester College J.V.
Game Results | Game Recap
Win 82-69
11.18.2014
7:00 PM
Women's Basketball
vs Michigan-Dearborn
Game Results | Game Recap
Win 107-35
11.18.2014
5:00 PM
J.V. Women's Basketball
vs Siena Heights University (Mich.)
Game Results | Game Recap
Win 76-68
11.15.2014
12:00 PM
Football
vs Hillsdale
Game Results | Game Recap
Win 20-13
11.15.2014
7:00 PM
Men's Basketball
vs RV Kentucky Wesleyan
Game Results | Game Recap
Loss 59-73
11.15.2014
1:00 PM
Women's Swimming & Diving
at Ashland
Game Results | Game Recap
Win 128-97
11.15.2014
1:00 PM
Men's Swimming & Diving
at Ashland
Game Results | Game Recap
Win 132-103
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Destiny Lavita-Stephens
Women's Basketball
Junior Destiny Lavita-Stephens led the Warriors with 17 points on 6-of-8 shooting including 5-of-6 from behind the arc in the 77-59 win over GLVC-power Indianapolis on Friday. WSU is ranked 17th is the USA Today Coaches Poll to begin the season after reaching its second straight Sweet Sixteen last season. Lavita-Stephens and the Warriors won the first outright GLIAC Championship since 1980-81 a season ago.
Sean Guinane
Football
Senior Sean Guinane (St. Joseph, Mich.) was 15-for-25 for a career-best 225 yards and a touchdown to help the Warriors to their sixth win in just his fourth career start.
Elly Maleski
Women's Swimming & Diving
Senior Elly Maleski (Cedar, Mich. / Traverse City West) won the 50 yard backstroke with a time of 26.91 and came in second on the 100 yard backstroke (58.56) this past weekend at Oakland on Saturday afternoon.
Carl Roscoe
Football
Junior quarterback Carl Roscoe helped the Warriors cruise past Walsh 52-17 on Saturday by going 10-of-13 for 239 yards and three touchdowns with a long of 73 yards as Wayne State passed for 250 yards and four scores with no sacks or interceptions.
Anne Li Briand
Women's Tennis
Warrior of the Week is extended to the entire 2014-15 women's tennis team for claiming GLIAC regular-season championship.

Anne Li Briand has been an intricate part to the Warriors undefeated season by recording 10-2 victories in singles and with the assistance of Yahsha Moore won 11 of 12 doubles matches at the top flight.

Briand is currently 79-12 overall in singles placing her third overall in most singles victories of the women's tennis program.
 
Austin Hill
Men's Golf
Senior Austin Hill (Troy, Mich. / Avondale) fired the lowest round of the final day of the GLIAC Championships at Cherry Blossom Golf Course on Sunday. Hill improved each day and finished with a 214 (76, 72, 66) to finish in fifth place. His round of 66 is tied for second all-time in program history and is just the fifth round of 66 or 67 in program history. The Wayne State University men's golf team fell one spot to fifth place with an 873 (294, 289, 290) as the fall schedule concluded. The 54-hole total is the program's all-time low for the event.
Brittany Johnson
Women's Cross Country
Junior Brittany Johnson led the pack this weekend at the 3rd Annual John Flamer Invitational for the Warriors. She placed second overall setting a personal record time for the six thousand-meter race of 22:20.39. 
Yahsha  Moore
Women's Tennis
Yahsha Moore was seeded No. 4 in the A singles flight at ITA Midwest Regionals. She went 4-1 in singles and 3-1 in A doubles with Anne Li Briand. Her current record this season is 10-2 in singles and 10-1 in doubles. 
Hannah Moore
Volleyball
Freshman Hannah Moore (Louisville, Ky. Assumption) has been named GLIAC North Player of the Week and now Warrior of the Week following her performance this past weekend as Wayne State went 1-1 with a win over Tiffin on Saturday afternoon. Moore helped the Warriors win a thrilling five-set match over the Dragons with solid and efficient play for WSU's first league win.

All Moore has ever done is win. She was part of national powerhouse and four-time Kentucky State Champion at Assumption High School. She brings that winning attitude to a young WSU program.  She finished the weekend with 32 kills (3/56/set) while hitting an impressive .329 on 82 total swings. Moore also did her part to help the defense with 24 digs (2.67/set).

She currently ranks third in the conference in total attacks with 270 and 12th in kills with 76.
Desmond Martin
Football
Senior captain running back Desmond Martin (Redford, Mich. / Thurston) was named GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week after leading the football team to a 41-31 win over #13 Carson-Newman. Martin set career-highs for rushing attempts (30), rushing yards (235) and rushing touchdowns (3) with two of his three scores coming in the decisive fourth quarter as WSU turned a 31-27 deficit into a 41-31 victory. Martin's 30 carries were the first time an opposing tailback rushed that many times against CNU since Northern Colorado's Billy Holmes ran 30 times for 136 yards in the 1996 national title game.  His 235 rushing yards were the most allowed by CNU to an opponent since Elon's Bobby Hedrick gained 252 yards on 36 carries on Nov. 17, 1979 (12,720 days, 408 games). In terms of the WSU record book, Martin's 235 rushing yards were the 13th highest total with Joique Bell having seven of the top 12 all-time marks (ranging from 252 to 318). The other five totals were by Toney Davis (326), Randy Holmes (314), A.J. Vaughn (271), Joe Gough (258) and Mike Stankovich (237).
Irvin Wyche
Men's Cross Country
Highlighted by a first-place finish by junior Irvin Wyche, the Wayne State University men's cross country team took home third out of 12 overall Saturday at the 28th annual Detroit Titan Invitational, held at Cass-Benton Park. Wyche (Chesterfield, Mich. / L'Anse Creuse North) took home hist first career race-victory by completing the four-mile event with a time of 20:20.76. The Warriors finished with 64 points overall in their season-opening meet to finish just behind Bucknell (38) and Eastern Michigan (56). WSU finished ahead of Division I schools Detroit (90) and Oakland (148).
Jen Rock
Women's Track & Field
In just the second year of the Wayne State University women's outdoor track squad, graduate student Jen Rock (Macomb, Mich./Utica Eisenhower) became the first All-American in program history by placing sixth in the 10K event at the 2014 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship.
Kyle Zimmerman
Baseball
Kyle Zimmerman (Frankfort, Mich.) led the Warriors to a win over #18 Drury in the opening round of the NCAA Midwest Regional on Thursday as he pitched a 7 1/3 scoreless innings against the GLVC Champion Panthers and striking out seven, allowing just five hits.
Logan White
Softball
Senior Logan White (Brantford, Ont. / Johnson C.V.I.) went 5-for-9 and hit her second career home run to help lead the Warriors to the 2014 NCAA Midwest Regional #2 title on Sunday. White, who has started and played in all 217 games in her WSU career, scored three runs and led the team with nine total bases. She totaled two hits and a walk in four plate appearances in Sunday's final game and upped her team-leading average to .395 over the weekend.
Yahsha  Moore
Women's Tennis
Junior Yahsha Moore (West Bloomfield, Mich.) won both of her matches in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Monday. She earned an 8-2 win at No. 1 doubles with fellow co-captain Anne Li Briand and earned a 7-5, 6-3 victory at the top flight in singles. The Warriors earned their first victory in the NCAA Tournament since 2010 with the win over Missouri-St. Louis. Moore also tied a single-season school record with 24th victories in doubles.
Lyndsay Butler
Softball
Redshirt freshman pitcher Lyndsay Butler (Cambridge, Ont. / Centennial C.V.I.) went 4-0 with a save in her five appearances with two no-hitters and one near perfect game.  For the week, she struck out 43 and walked three in 27.2 innings while allowing six hits for an opponent batting average of .063.  She had three complete shutouts plus shared another allowing just two unearned runs at Ferris State.

She struck out six in her six innings at Ferris State last Tuesday.  Butler came back the next day to toss a six-inning no-hitter vs. Lake Erie striking out 13.

Over the weekend, she surrendered three hits to Lake Superior while striking out 11.  In the Northwood game on Sunday, Butler retired 18 of NU's 19 batters (only a fielding error) prevented a perfect game with eight strikeouts and no walks.
 
Brittany Johnson
Women's Track & Field
Sophomore Brittany Johnson (Oxford, Mich.) lowered the school record in the 1,500m finishing with an NCAA provisional time of 4:34.34 on Sunday. A few hours later, Johnson nearly equaled her previous school mark for 800m with a time of 2:16.88, just .17 off her time from a year ago at the Eastern Michigan Twilight. Johnson's 1,500m time is the 25th fastest in Division II this year.
Jordan Andrus
Men's Golf
Jordan Andrus helped the WSU men's golf team win the 30-team Purgatory Midwest Regional on Monday with his tied for second place finish. Andrus shot a career low 69 during Sunday's first round and was named GLIAC Golfer of the Week for the second time in his career for his efforts.
Alex Kinch
Baseball
Redshirt sophomore Alex Kinch (Ann Arbor, Mich. / Pioneer) continued his solid season with another complete game win, his most recent one coming against Northwood on Saturday. Kinch pitched all eight innings while throwing 113 pitches to improve to 4-1. He struck out six Timberwolves and did not allow an earned run. Kinch has a season ERA of 2.29.
Zach Johnson
Baseball
Zach Johnson (Grandville, Mich.) drove in five runs on Sunday as the Warriors swept the doubleheader. The Michigan transfer helped the Warriors take game one against Saginaw Valley, 15-0, going 2-for-3 with five RBI and a run scored. The catcher/first baseman hit .500 for the week.
Michael FitzGerald
Men's Tennis
Senior Michael FitzGerald (Grosse Ile, Mich.) won all three singles matches in straight sets and five of six matches overall this past weekend as Wayne State opened GLIAC play 2-1 in three road matches in Ohio. FitzGerald earned his doubles wins at the second flight with freshman Clement Charriere, posting wins over Findlay and No. 47 Ohio Dominican.
Clayton Ruch
Baseball
Senior Clayton Ruch (Pemberville, Ohio / Eastwood) earned his eighth save of the season Saturday in Wayne State's 5-4 win over Minnesota Duluth. Ruch has eight saves already in 2014 and needs one save to tie Billy Hurley for the program record with 19.
Kaja Klodawska
Women's Fencing
Senior fencer Kaja Klodawska medaled at the 2014 NCAA Midwest Regional Championships on Saturday, placing third overall in the sabre. It was her best finish at the NCAA Regionals in her four-year Wayne State fencing career. Klodawska reached the semifinals, before falling to the No. 1 seed. She rebounded with an 15-11 win in the third place match to medal.
Jen Rock
Women's Track & Field
Senior Jen Rock (Macomb, Mich. / Utica Eisenhower) placed second in the 5,000 meter run (17:29.94) to place second and earn eight points in the opening day of the GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday. Rock also had a personal best time in the 3,000 meter run Sunday, finishing ninth with an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 10:04.21.
Briana Lee
Softball
Junior pitcher Briana Lee recorded a pair of complete game victories over the weekend as the Warrior softball team improved to 9-1 on the season. Lee struck out 25 batters overall across 15 innings, while allowing just five hits and one unearned run. In a 1-0 shutout win over Wisconsin-Parkside, Lee posted 15 strikeouts in seven innings and faced just four batters over the minimum.

For the season, Lee improved to 4-0 and has a 0.45 ERA.
Warrior Swimming & Diving
Men's Swimming & Diving
The Warrior swimming & diving teams swept the GLIAC Championships for the fourth straight year. For a full recap of last week's four-day meet, visit the complete summary of the 2014 GLIAC Championships.
Chene Phillips
Men's Basketball
Senior Chene Phillips (Detroit, Mich. / Renaissance) had back-to-back 11 assist games last week as the Warriors went 1-1. In a victory over Northwood on Feb. 6, Phillips had 22 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds. He followed it up with nearly another triple-double, posting 19 points, 11 assists and seven boards in a loss to Saginaw Valley on Feb. 8.
Gerald Williams-Taylor
Men's Basketball
Senior Gerald Williams-Taylor (Flint, Mich. / Northern) scored a career-high 21 points Saturday to help lead the Warriors to a 69-64 overtime win at Grand Valley State. He had 10 points and 10 rebounds in Thursday's win over Ferris State as Wayne State went 2-0 last week.
Kayla Bridges
Women's Basketball
Junior Kayla Bridges (Canton, Mich.) scored a career-high 27 points to help lead the Warriors to a 75-72 victory over Northern Michigan on Saturday. Bridges averaged 17.5 points and 6.0 rebounds last week as WSU (14-2, 11-1 GLIAC) jumped into first place in the GLIAC North Division.
Chene Phillips
Men's Basketball
Senior guard Chene Phillips (Detriot, Mich. / Renaissance) led WSU with 25 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals at Saginaw Valley in a 68-61 win on Saturday. He went 11-for-16 from the free-throw line at SVSU. On Thursday, he paced the Green & Gold with 16 points at Northwood. Phillips leads the conference in minutes per game (36.1) and ranks eighth in assists (55).
Gloria Martinez Perez
Women's Swimming & Diving
In her first meet of the season, junior Gloria Martinez Perez won three individual events Saturday to help lead the Warriors to a 178-122 victory over Grand Valley.
Shareta Brown
Women's Basketball
Brown was named Tournament MVP of the Bellmarmine Classic after averaging 22.0 points, 14.0 rebounds and 6.0 steals per game in WSU's two victories over Bellarmine and Southern Indiana.
Bryan Coleman
Men's Basketball
Bryan Coleman averaged 24.0 points over two games last week as the Warriors earned victories over Kalamazoo College and Lake Erie College. He had 26 points, seven rebounds and four blocks against the Hornets on Wednesday and followed it up with 22 points and four rebounds Saturday vs. the Storm.
Zuzanna Sobczak
Women's Fencing
Freshman Zuzanna Sobczak won two titles Sunday at the 2013 Danosi Open. She recored an 18-1 record and earned titles in the women's epee and women's foil.
Gavin Toma
Men's Basketball
Gavin Toma scored 19 points for the second straight game Saturday in a 78-57 loss at Lewis. The sophomore guard is the Warriors leading scorer with 38 points through two games, surpassing his entire output from last year. Toma is also shooting 53.8 percent from the field.
Jayson Hansen
Men's Swimming & Diving
Sophomore Jayson Hansen won three individual events Saturday to help Wayne State beat Ashland in its first home meet of the season. Hansen won the 100 breaststroke, 200 breaststroke and 200 IM against the Eagles.
Val Showers
Football
Kristen Bulkiewicz
Volleyball
Senior Kristen Bulkiewicz tallied 18 kills and nine digs to help Wayne State beat Tiffin 3-1 on Saturday. With 36 kills total over the weekend, she moved into fourth place on the all-time kills list (1,246) in Warrior history.
Kayla  Gagnon
Women's Cross Country
Senior Kayla Gagnon finished 13th at the 2013 GLIAC Cross Country Championships on Saturday, earning Second Team All-GLIAC honors in the process. She helped lead the Warriors to a share of fifth place as a team.
Elizabeth Rawlings
Women's Swimming & Diving
Freshman Elizabeth Rawlings won the 1-meter diving competition Saturday in her first collegiate meet. She also cleared a NCAA qualifying standard on both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving boards, placing second in the 3-meter event.
Thom Box
Football
Captain center Thom Box and his offensive line led the Warriors to a 38-27 win on Saturday. The Green & Gold ran for 324 yards.
Anne Li Briand
Women's Tennis
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Did You Know...
National Championships
Wayne State has produced 11 Team National Champions including the 2012 Women's Swimming and Diving program.  Men's Fencing won seven NCAA Team National Titles between 1975 and 1985.  Women's Fencing won three NCAA Team National Titles between 1982 and 1989.
WSU has eight two-time CoSIDA Academic All-Americans
WSU has eight two-time CoSIDA Academic All-Americans in Tim Flannery (Baseball - 1976-77), Paul Janas (Baseball - 1974-75), Matthew Laschuk (Swimming - 2010-11), Catherine Leix (Swimming - 2011-12), Kevin Ponticelli (Baseball - 1978-79), Kayla Scott (Swimming - 2013-14), Jennifer Smith (Softball - 1992-93), and Logan White (Softball - 2012-14).
All-Americans
That Wayne State University has had 277 All-Americans the last 10 years including the 28 during the 2013-14 Academic Year.  In the 97 years of athletics, WSU has had 540 All-Americans.
CoSIDA All-Americans
Wayne State University has had 18 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans during the past four years, including the College Division At-Large Academic All-American of the Year in 2011-12 swimmer Catherine Leix.