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Mustangs Drop Season Finale to Concordia, 89-65

Marygrove couldn’t match the intensity of the visiting Cardinals, as it dropped its regular season finale by a score of 89-65 to Concordia. The loss concludes the Mustangs’ regular season with an overall record of 5-25, (5-17 WHAC). Concordia displayed a hot shooting touch to start the game, as the visiting Cardinals jumped out to a 48-24 halftime lead. In the first half, Concordia lit up the scoreboard, shooting 53…

Men’s Basketball Drops Home Opener to Purdue Calumet

DETROIT, Mich. — The home collegiate head coaching debut for Craig Covington nearly took a turn for the better late as the Mustangs made a valiant second half comeback before Purdue Calumet pulled away to win, 68-55. With the loss, the Mustangs fall to 0-2 all-time against the Peregrines (lost 81-62 on Nov. 9, 2012) A slow start by Covington’s crew allowed the Peregrines to fly out to a 11-2…

Roosevelt Gets Past Shorthanded Men’s Basketball Squad

CHICACO, Ill. — Playing without key players to begin the season, first year head coach Craig Covington led his shorthanded squad into battle at Roosevelt University Saturday (Nov. 2) in Chicago. Down 36-27 at the break, the Mustangs went toe-to-toe with the host Lakers in the second to fall, 78-67. Despite being short three key players, some until the semester break, the Mustangs put together a well-executed gameplan that led…

Men’s Basketball Signs Stevenson’s Sykes

DETROIT, Mich. — The men’s basketball program at Marygrove College received a boost to their incoming class today (Aug. 1) when head coach Dave Sichterman announced the signing of 2013 Sterling Heights Stevenson graduate, Tyler Sykes. The commitment from Sykes marks the fifth of the 2013 class for Marygrove’s men’s basketball team as they prepare for their second season in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC). GET CONNECTED WITH THE MUSTANGS:…

Top 10 of 2012-13: #2 Men’s Basketball Shocks Madonna Mustangs Upend NAIA No. 17 Madonna

Mustangs Upend NAIA No. 17 Madonna Men’s Basketball – DETROIT, Mich. — Sophomore forward Kevin Dunaj (Warren, Mich./Cousino) capped off a brilliant week by posting 18 points on 6-for-8 shooting and 3-for-4 from three point land to help lift the Mustangs to one of the best wins in program history Saturday (Jan. 26). Dunaj added six rebounds, two blocks and a steal to help propel the 64-57 upset over NAIA…

Grand Blanc Duo Sticks Together; Miller Commits

GRAND BLANC, Mich. — On Tuesday (5/14), head coach Dave Sichterman and the men’s basketball staff received a double-dip of great news when a pair of Grand Blanc High School’s brightest stars, David Battle and Kenneth Miller, signed on to continue their educational and athletic pursuits at Marygrove College. KENNETH MILLER Miller, a crafty 6′ guard, will join family member and 2010 Flint Hamady graduate, Darryll Dixon, and fellow commit…

Marygrove Adds Grand Blanc Duo; Battle Signs

GRAND BLANC, Mich. — On Tuesday (5/14), head coach Dave Sichterman and the men’s basketball staff received a double-dip of great news when a pair of Grand Blanc High School’s brightest stars, David Battle and Kenneth Miller, signed on to continue their educational and athletic pursuits at Marygrove College. DAVID BATTLE Battle, a 6’7″ lengthy forward/center, will continue his playing career at the Detroit-based institution after completing a remarkable senior…

Kevin Dunaj Named USCAA Academic All-American

DETROIT, Mich. — The postseason honors continued for men’s basketball when the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) released their annual awards Tuesday (Feb. 26) during the opening ceremony for the 2012-13 National Championships. COMMITTED TO THE CLASSROOM Before the ceremony concluded, Kevin Dunaj (Warren, Mich./Cousino) was named to the USCAA Academic All-American Team for his hard work in the classroom over the past three semesters at Marygrove. The 6’7″…

Seniors Take Home WHAC Awards

DETROIT, Mich. — Two Mustang seniors, Justin Armstrong (Detroit, Mich./Academy of Oak Park) and Cameron Coburn (Bay City, Mich./All Saints), were recognized by the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) with the release of the conference’s annual men’s basketball honors. The awards come shortly after a season in which the pair led a young team into the program’s first year in the WHAC. WHAC Honors List ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Justin Armstrong was named…

Mustangs Comeback Bid Falls Short At Lourdes

SYLVANIA, Ohio — The last road trip of 2012-13 meant the final boarding of the bus for seniors Justin Armstrong (Detroit, Mich./Oak Park Academy) and Cameron Coburn (Bay City, Mich./All Saints). The pair looked to upset the Gray Wolves of Lourdes University (20-7, 15-5 WHAC) on the road in Ohio before returning home for the final two contests of their collegiate careers. The Gray Wolves, a team receiving votes nationally…

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