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Spartan to Mustang: DeNooijer Inks with Mustangs

DETROIT, MI–Women’s Basketball has added another prized recruit to the 2009 class. Warren Fitzgerald’s Mariah De’Nooijer signed her letter of intent on Tuesday inside the conference room at Fitzgerald High School. The signing will forever hold a place in Warren Fitzgerald women’s basketball history as De’Nooijer will become the first girl’s basketball player to play in college. A two year captain, the 5’9″ De’Nooijer helped lead her team to back-to-back…

Duo from GR Ottawa Hills Sign with Mustangs

DETROIT, MI–Arielle Edwards and Dominique Gordon, both of Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills High School, signed Letters of Intent on Saturday, March 28. The two Ottawa Hills standouts will be heading east to play women’s basketball for the Mustangs this fall. Edwards, a 5’8″ guard, is a multi-talented forward with exceptional athletic ability. Edwards, winner of Ottawa Hills team MVP and Coach’s award, is a fierce defender that works hard every…

WBB Signs Marks from Renaissance

DETROIT, MI–The Marygrove Mustang women’s basketball staff recently announced the signing of Kiera Marks, left, (Renaissance High School) to play basketball next season for the Mustangs. Marks, shown on the left with her family and women’s basketball coaching staff, is a 5’10” swing player who can play three different positions, has been a two year starter and lettered three times during her career at Renaissance. Marks also led her team to…

Mustangs Hold Titans At Bay Despite Loss

DETROIT, Mich.-Not bad at all! The Match Up for McNichols between the heavily favored Detroit Titans and the visiting Mustangs ended the way people thought it should in the win-loss column. What was different was the Mustangs ability to hold the Titans at bay for a total of 68 points on the afternoon. Coming off a 69-48 victory over University of Michigan, the host Titans looked to continue their strong…

Mustangs Stumble Late Against Cougars

SPRING ARBOR, Mich.-The Lady Mustangs were clipped by the Cougars of Spring Arbor by a 72-57 tally in Spring Arbor Wednesday evening. The Cougars balanced attack proved to be enough to pull away from the Mustangs late. After only trailing by one possession at the half (30-27), the Mustangs went into the break poised to take the road NAIA victory back to Detroit. After the intermission, the host Cougars distributed…

Circle City Woes

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-The Mustangs (1-7) dropped a pair of games at the 2010 UIndy Classic on the campus of the University of Indianapolis. Both games were played against highly respected NCAA Division II programs. Day One Marygrove v. #7 University of Indianapolis (NCAA D2) The host Greyhounds were too much for a younger, smaller Mustang squad in a 121-40 rout. The Greyhounds, NCAA Division II #7 in the country, played at…

Wolves Top Mustangs, 68-48

DEARBORN, Mich.-On Tuesday, the Mustangs fell to 1-5 on the young season with a 68-48 loss at UofM-Dearborn. Keara Marks (Detroit, Mich./Renaissance) was once again the leader for the Mustangs with 15 points. The Mustangs shot 28% on the evening compared to the Wolves 43% effort. Couple that with 23 missed buckets in the paint and unfortunately it’s a recipe for a tough loss on the road. After taking a…

SportONE Shootout Recap

FORT WAYNE, Ind.-The Warriors of Indiana Tech welcomed the Mustangs as part of the four-team 2010-11 SportONE Shootout. The Mustangs drew tournament host Indiana Tech on day one before playing a tough Taylor University squad for a Saturday matinee neutral court battle. On Friday, the Mustangs battled tough with a well-balanced Warrior team before falling 88-73. Keara Marks (Detroit, Mich./Renaissance) paced the ‘Stangs with 18 points. Saturday, the Trojans (Taylor…

Crusaders Hot Shooting Downs Mustangs

LIVONIA, Mich.-The Mustangs struggled through their first road game on American soil of the 2010-11 season against a team that is a likely NAIA Top-25 team by season’s end. Strong play and hot shooting from a veteran-riddled Crusader squad proved to be too much for the young, hobbled Mustangs squad Wednesday evening. The Mustangs 30-point defeat (84-54) was a product of strong play by a team that will be a…

Can-Am American Champs!

WINDSOR, Ont.-The 2010-11 campaign kicked off with international flare as the Mustangs traveled across the Ambassador Bridge for a Halloween weekend Can-Am Tournament at St. Clair College of Windsor. The two-day tourney opened up with the Mustangs squaring off against Canadian powerhouse, Sheridan College. The Mustangs battled tough behind 20 points from sophomore sensation Keara Marks (Detroit, Mich./Renaissance) but fell one possession shy of a victory, 65-63. The Mustangs did…

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