The women’s team won and the men’s team finished fourth this weekend The Ferris State women’s and men’s cross country teams each finished in the top four at the Wisconsin-Parkside […]
Bulldogs continue losing streak with lopsided homecoming loss The Bulldog football team continued their slide this weekend with a lopsided loss on homecoming. The Bulldogs lost their homecoming game to […]
The Ferris State football team lost 38-6 to the Michigan Tech Huskies in the “Battle at the Ballpark.”
Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, the night did not go quite as planned. Michigan Tech dominated on both sides of the ball. The Huskies took a 14-point lead early in the second quarter and never looked back.
A special evening for the football program soon became a long, rainy night for the Bulldogs. Senior defensive tackle Kory Deering recorded one tackle for the Bulldogs in the loss.
Freshman cross country runner Anna Rudd is enjoying a successful start to her collegiate career. Rudd, originally from Leslie, has gotten off to a hot start for the Bulldogs, as […]
The women’s tennis team tries to end losing ways with Grand Valley up next The women’s tennis team split its two home matches this past weekend. Entering the weekend, the […]
The women’s golf team overcame inexperience The Ferris State women’s golf team entered the season ranked ninth overall in Golf World/Nike Golf Division II Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The team has […]
Hockey October 9 @ Canisius- 7:05 p.m. October 10 @ Canisius- 7:05 p.m. Football October 10 vs. Indianapolis “Homecoming” 2:00 p.m. Volleyball October 9 vs. Tiffin- 6:00 p.m. October 10 […]
The Bulldog hockey team lost its lone exhibition game 3-1 to Wilfred Laurier University on Sunday. Ferris did not play all of its usual starters. One of the Bulldogs’ top […]
The Bulldogs head into the 2009-2010 season with 21 returning letterwinners from last year.
Ferris finished the 2008-2009 season with five losses in its final six regular season contests. In the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) playoffs, the Bulldogs were swept by the University of Nebraska-Omaha on the road in a first round exit.
This season, the Bulldogs will lean on the experience of their defense to carry the team. The defense finished fifth in the CCHA in goals allowed a year ago and seven of the eight defensemen have returned. The unit is so deep that head coach Bob Daniels believes he will have trouble deciding which players to dress.