picture of Wayne State (MI)
  1. GLIAC Games Of The Week: Wayne State Aims To Upset Grand Valley

    GLIAC Games Of The Week: Wayne State Aims To Upset Grand Valley

    Sep 22, 2022

    Davenport sits alone atop the GLIAC after a 31-21 win over visiting Northern Michigan in Week 3 — of course, it was the only conference game thus far. The next conference matchup of the 2022 season headlines Week 4, Davenport returns to non-conference competition in one of the week's top out-of-league contests, and GLIAC counterparts Grand Valley and Wayne State meet in a unique non-conference date.
  2. GLIAC Games of the Week: Top 5 Showdown Pits GVSU Against Mines

    GLIAC Games of the Week: Top 5 Showdown Pits GVSU Against Mines

    Aug 31, 2022

    The GLIAC sees five of its seven teams in action on Thursday night to open the 2022 season, including a top 10 showdown. National championship credentials will be checked straight away in a huge opening weekend for GLIAC teams.
  3. Hard-Hitting Defensive Dynamos Headline GLIAC Players To Watch

    Hard-Hitting Defensive Dynamos Headline GLIAC Players To Watch

    Aug 25, 2022

    GLIAC Players to Watch As college football becomes more of an offensive game at every level, the GLIAC is a something of a throwback coming into the 2022 season. A variety of the conference’s top returning players are on the defense.
  4. Frosh Phenoms Turned Super Sophs Headline D-II Running Backs

    Frosh Phenoms Turned Super Sophs Headline D-II Running Backs

    Aug 18, 2022

    Ground games on the Div. II landscape a season ago proved to be a youth movement. Two of the nation's top four, three of the top six, and four of the leading 13 rushers in 2021 were freshmen. All return in 2022 to build on their impressive debuts.
  5. GLIAC Preview: Ferris State, Grand Valley Battle For Supremacy

    GLIAC Preview: Ferris State, Grand Valley Battle For Supremacy

    Aug 16, 2022

    The top of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference will likely come to a battle between two longtime powers and rivals, with defending Div. II national champion Ferris State and four-time national champion Grand Valley State tabbed as the league’s top teams by its coaches back during the offseason.