Football injury report
Senior starting running back Korey Ringer will miss the remainder of the 2013-14 campaign with a broken arm, according to head coach Tony Annese.
Annese announced the injury during the press conference following the Wayne State game.
Junior running back Jamaal Jackson as well as redshirt freshman Kitwana Clark are expected to take on a larger workload to supplement the sixth best rushing attack in Division II.
Junior Dontae Ingraham who has been integral in the return and receiving game was diagnosed with a sprained ankle and as of the post game press conference, his status for the rest of the season is unknown.
Annese did not further touch on the injury to Ingraham as to indicate he didn’t know any more about his status.
Women’s Soccer ends on near identical note to last season
For the second straight season, Ferris State Women’s soccer finished with nine wins and seven losses.
The 2012-13 Bulldogs were 9-7-3, while the 2013-14 Bulldogs finished 9-7-1.
Much of the success came from their 7-1 mark at home, while they finished a paltry 2-6-1 on the road.
Ferris State was sliding into their final game of the regular season. They posted an 0-2-1 mark over the three games leading up to their Nov. 3 match against Lake Erie.
It was a great effort in goal by senior keeper Rachel McCollum that allowed the Bulldogs to end on a high note with a 2-0 victory.
Downtown Kenny Brown returns in style
The men’s basketball team played their alumni game on Nov. 2, and 2013 grad Kenny Brown showed no signs he had slowed post graduation.
The electric ex-Bulldog guard scored a game high 25 points including five three pointers and a 20 point second half.
Brown was famous for launching a high volume of shots under ex-coach Bill Sall and his play style didn’t change much when he lead the Alumni against Andy Bronkema’s new team.
Brown was 9-20 from the field in the ball game. Despite the strong showing, the team only mustered 89 points to the current team’s 129.