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Wayne State falls to host Fort Hays State

Richard Rhoden, Editor-In-Chief

March 14, 2015

It signaled the end of an era, one that won’t soon be forgotten by Wayne State faithful. Top-seeded Fort Hays used a hot second half to eliminate 4-seeded Wayne State 70-54 in the NCAA Central Region Semifinals in Hays, Ka...

Wayne State rises to the occasion

Richard Rhoden, Editor-In-Chief

March 13, 2015

With time winding down and the season on the line, Wayne State did what it has done all season—hit threes. Sadie Murren nailed a three with 1:23 left to play to take an 83-80 lead and Millie Niggeling delivered the dagge...

Wayne State advances to Finals

March 2, 2015

Head Coach Chris Kielsmeier picked a good time for his 350th victory. Wayne State shot a lights-out 51 percent from the field in an 81-59 shellacking in the semifinals of the NSIC women’s basketball conference tournament o...

Wayne State advances to Semis with win over St. Cloud State

Richard Rhoden, Editor-In-Chief

February 28, 2015

When it comes to postseason basketball, it takes players with experience and all-out determination. Jordan Spencer, Ashton Yossi and Millie Niggeling provided that experience for Wayne State College Saturday night in the...

Millie Niggeling provides leadership towards a title

Marcel Dunson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2015

In the Wildcats’ nail-biting victory over Sioux Falls Friday night, senior forward Millie Niggeling had 21 points for Wayne State, just one shy of her career high. WSC played the Cougars earlier in the season and handled the...

Jordan Spencer: The Drive

Jordan Spencer: The Drive

February 11, 2015