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Women’s Basketball Outdone by Opportunistic Cardinals

DETROIT, Mich. — On a day where navigating the roads was made difficult by mother nature, the women’s basketball team found life on the hardwood equally challenging as the visiting Concordia-Ann Arbor Cardinals (12-12; 9-7 WHAC) used a strong first half to top the Mustangs (2-21; 0-16 WHAC), 85-52. The Mustangs were plagued by another tough shooting performance as the team went 20-of-80 from the field in Saturday’s (Feb. 1)…

Taylor Ties Record As Men’s Basketball Drops Road Tilt

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A rough shooting night for the Marygrove men’s basketball team (2-21; 1-14 WHAC) Wednesday (Jan. 29) in Grand Rapids was enough for the Aquinas College Saints (10-12; 7-7 WHAC) to pull even in the conference and top the Mustangs by a 98-63 final. The host Saints went up 52-27 at the half and never looked back despite a tough battle from the Mustangs in the latter…

Road Woes Continue for Women’s Basketball at AQ

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Fresh off a three-game losing streak that knocked them out of the NAIA’s Div. II Top-25, the Aquinas College Saints (16-5; 9-5 WHAC) took out their frustrations Wednesday (Jan. 29) on Marygrove’s women’s basketball team to top the Mustangs, 108-71. With the loss, the Mustangs (2-20; 0-15 WHAC) current skid moves to 19 games – 12 straight away from home – after starting the season 2-1…

Berry & Mustangs Dominate Crusaders

DETROIT, Mich.-On Tuesday, the Mustangs picked up their first home win in program history on Tuesday with a 4-1 decision over the Crusaders of Great Lakes Christian College. The win marked the third of the season and the second against the Crusaders this season. The Mustangs jumped on top of the visiting Crusaders early when Jordan Berry scored his first of three goals only (6:00) six minutes into the contest….

Houston Places Sixth in 600m at Findlay

FINDLAY, Ohio – Marcell Houston (Detroit, Mich./Mumford) continued his solid start to the 2013-14 indoor campaign with a 24th place finish in the 200m and a sixth place finish in the 600m for Marygrove Saturday (Jan. 25) at the Findlay Classic hosted by the University of Findlay. In the 200m, Houston clocked in at 25.86 in a field that featured NCAA Div. II opponents and WHAC counterparts. Davenport’s Sam Frens…

Upset Bid at Madonna Falls Short for Men’s Basketball

LIVONIA, Mich. — Down six at the half (47-41), the Marygrove men’s basketball team came back in the second half to take a seven-point lead on two occasions before faltering late to a tough Madonna University (16-6; 12-2 WHAC) squad by an 86-77 final. The Mustangs (2-20; 1-13 WHAC) were looking for their second upset of Madonna in as many years, but fell short due to a difficult day at…

Women’s Basketball Struggles Early in Road Loss

LIVONIA, Mich. —  A 20-point deficit 12 minutes into Saturday’s (Jan. 25) road WHAC tilt at Madonna (10-11; 8-6 WHAC) was too much to overcome for the Marygrove women’s basketball team as the host Crusaders went on to win, 90-57. The loss keeps the Mustangs (2-19; 0-14 WHAC) winless in conference play since their arrival in July 2012. The Crusaders shot out to the early 20-point lead by outscoring the…

Dramatic Comeback Propels Men’s Basketball Over LTU

DETROIT, Mich. — Marygrove College men’s basketball picked up their first Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference win with a thrilling 67-65 come-from-behind victory over neighboring foe, Lawrence Tech (4-17; 2-11 WHAC), Wednesday (Jan. 22) inside Detroit’s Northwest Activities Center (NWAC). The win is the first varsity men’s basketball victory in the NWAC and the third in four all-time meetings over Tom Kempf’s Blue Devils. With the win, first year Craig Covington picked…

Women’s Basketball Falls to Lawrence Tech, 74-53

DETROIT, Mich. — The Marygrove College women’s basketball team fell to 0-13 in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference play and 2-18 overall with a 74-53 setback to neighboring WHAC foe Lawrence Tech (8-9; 6-7 WHAC) Wednesday (Jan. 22) inside Detroit’s Northwest Activities Center.  The 21-point loss allowed the visiting Blue Devils to sweep the season series over the Mustangs in back-to-back campaigns. A quick 8-2 lead over the first four-plus minutes of…

Mustangs Start Hot…Finish Cold

MISHAWAKA, Ind-A strong start ignited the Mustangs to a first-set thriller on Thursday afternoon at Bethel College. However, the home Pilots quickly dowsed any fire the Mustangs tried to start as they regrouped to roll off a convincing three-set sweep. The Pilots narrowly escaped the first set (25-22) after an impressive showing by the youthful Mustangs. After surviving the scare, the Pilots dismissed the Mustangs 25-12 and 25-11 to finish…

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