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Detroit Mercy Falls to Michigan After Hot Start

Detroit- Non-conference play can be tough if you’re a mid-major team.  It can be down right brutal at times.  The appears to be the case for the Detroit Mercy Titans women’s basketball team (0-7) which lost Monday night to the 24th ranked Michigan Wolverines (6-2), 86-50 despite a very promising […]

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Spartans Too Much For Titans At Calihan Hall

Detroit- When one hears about Spartans and Titans, they may think of Greek mythology and Classical Greek history, but in this case, it’s relating to the women’s basketball game at Calihan Hall, Tuesday night, which the Michigan State Spartans (4-0) won over the Detroit Mercy Titans (0-3), 97-60. In front of […]

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Detroit Mercy Drops Home Opener Despite Strong Crowd

Detroit- The Detroit Mercy Women’s basketball team  (0-2) lost their home opener to Bowling Green (2-0) Monday afternoon, 85-81 in their Field Trip Day Game.  Callahan Hall was filled with more than 4,000 students, mostly from elementary school from around Metro Detroit, creating an energetic and boisterous atmosphere.  Even the […]

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Women’s Basketball: Lawrence Tech Stuns Detroit Mercy in Exhibition Upset

Detroit- When an NCAA Division I team host an NAIA team for a regular season, or in this case, exhibition game, the NAIA is supposed to get routed in the contest.  Well, the Lawrence Tech Blue Devils didn’t receive that memo Friday night, as they beat the Detroit Mercy Titans […]

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Detroit Mercy Women’s Basketball A Family Affair For Ristovski Sisters

Just when one Ristovski sister leaves, another one arrives.  Last season, Haleigh and Lola Ristovski helped the Detroit Mercy Titans reach the Horizon League championship game.  Though Haleigh is in the final year of a five-year business program and will earn her degree in the spring, she’s completed her eligibility […]

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2017-18 Detroit Mercy Women’s Basketball Preview

“To give you a little summary on our team, we’re going to be a little different,” Detroit Mercy women’s head basketball coach Bernard Scott said on media day as he began to talk about his Titan team.  Rosanna Reynolds, who had been the face of the team, graduated and is […]

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Women’s Basketball: Detroit Mercy Suffers Heartbreak, Green Bay Wins Horiozn League Championship

Detroit-Tuesday afternoon went from a dream to a nightmare for the Detroit Mercy Titans (18-14) as they suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Green Bay Phoenix (27-5), 64-52 in the Horizon League Championship game. The Titans never led in the game, but were able to come to within five points […]

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Women’s Basketball: Detroit Mercy Advances to Horizon League Finals

Detroit-The Detroit Mercy Titans survived a tough first half, then caught fire to clinch a spot in the Horizon League Championship game.  Entering Monday as the only remaining local team on the men’s or women’s side in the Motor City Madness, the Titans (18-13) beat Wright State (24-8) 71-52. After […]

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Motor City Madness Preview: Detroit Mercy

The Madness is coming to Detroit.  It’s the Motor City Madness that is the Horizon League men’s and women’s basketball tournament that will be held at the Joe Louis Arena March 3-7.  The tournaments will involve all ten schools in the conference, including the two local schools, Detroit Mercy and […]

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