Running back Jamal Williams of the Detroit Lions in 20-16 win over Green Bay, Jan. 8, 2023, in Green Bay, Wis. Photo courtesy NBC Sports.
Change is never easy. The Henry Ford College Women’s Basketball team recently hired their fifth coach in six years.
Leon Ayers, a recent graduate who played basketball for the HFC Hawks, transferred to play basketball at Mercer University in Macon, GA. Photo courtesy Hawks Athletics
It’s officially week six and the Detroit Lions will limp into the Bye week. With a 1-4 record, and a mediocre product on the field, it couldn’t have come at a better time.
Jan Lauer HFC Athletic Trainer tending to athlete in gym, Henry Ford College main campus, Dearborn, Michigan, photo courtesy Hawks Athletics
WNBA 2003 Champions from left Ruth Riley Cheryl Ford Swin Cash Deanna Nolan photo courtesy WNBA
Due to the recent injuries, and certain players becoming academically ineligible, the women’s basketball program was shut down. Several players quit the team or lost eligibility.
The men’s basketball season has been progressing after a rough start with most of the team affected by COVID-19.
My name is Briana Ward and I am a two sport, student-athlete at Henry Ford College enrolled in the college’s Honors Program. Graduating high school in a pandemic was such a big accomplishment but it was also a lot.
Coach Bill Schnorenberg photo courtesy Hawks Athletics
After a year-long hiatus, the Henry Ford College Hawks Women’s Basketball Team is returning for the 2021-2022 season.