History continues to be made at Wayne State.
The men's basketball team coasted to a 90-56 victory over Saginaw Valley State on Saturday, to remain unbeaten in league play.
The Warriors had already set a school record with eight consecutive wins to begin a conference slate before the game. They are now 9-0 in GLIAC play this season.
"It's only the midpoint of the season," head coach David Greer said. "But we're off to a good start."
Ian Larkin led the Warriors with 25 points and eight rebounds. Mike Hollingsworth chipped in 14 points on 5-of-11 shooting from the field.
Wayne State out-rebounded Saginaw Valley 32-28, but had a remarkable 22 points off turnovers.
The Warriors turned the ball over just one time in the second half, and shot 62.1% in the half.