Code of Conduct
A Foundation purpose upon which the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference is based, and one essential for fulfillment of it's mission, is a focus upon the high ideals of athletics as part of the total educational process. The concept is an ancient one: that sport is to be enjoyed and sport participants are to respect one another, "to be a good sport". Such a concept warrants, in fact demands, the universal acceptance by all WHAC personnel - Chief Executive Officers, Athletics Directors, Coaches, Participants, and Fans - if the Conference is to be a model of the positive values of sports competition.

The "sporting behavior" we seek must be more than a concept, but rather a consistent pattern of thought and action that is apparent to all. Such thought and action will leave no doubt as to the commitment of the WHAC to maintenance of the noble aspects of intercollegiate athletic competition.

Positive "sporting behavior" must permeate all aspects of all sports sponsored by the WHAC. Such behavior should be modeled and strengthened in practices, just as techniques and strategies are. Part of the "game plan" for each contest should be respect and appreciation for your opponent. It is well for personnel at all WHAC schools to keep in mind they will be visitors (guests) 50% of the time. It should be a constant goal of all personnel at host institutions to treat visitors in a cordial and hospitable manner; i.e., as one would treat guests before, during and after each contest.

No room exists for uncivil behavior by coaches, participants, or fans, at any athletic event involving a WHAC member school. The use of profanity, taunting, or threats of physical harm prior to, during or following athletic events is not to be tolerated. Involvement in such behavior must be dealt with on both an Institutional and Conference basis. It is imperative that the WHAC supervisors of officials clearly understand our commitment to positive behavior and convey such to all officials assigned to WHAC contests.

Coaches in all sports are expected to act as mature professionals who revere the WHAC and model positive "sporting behavior" ahead of rankings and fame, and long-term goals ahead of short-term gains. Focus on such a goal helps keep us unified and committed as a Conference to what we claim to be- an association of schools who value athletic competition as a legitimate experience for students; providing opportunities for lifelong learning.
 
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Wednesday, Nov 19
Men's Basketball
Lourdes at 67
(11) Cornerstone 75
Marygrove at 78
Madonna 96
Lawrence Tech at 67
Concordia 76
(RV) Northwestern Ohio at 65
UM-Dearborn 44
(4) Davenport at 68
Aquinas 56
Siena Heights at 77
Indiana Tech 64
Women's Basketball
Marygrove at 52
Madonna 80
Lawrence Tech at 110
Concordia 91
Northwestern Ohio at 84
UM-Dearborn 72
Lourdes at 40
(24) Cornerstone 66
(16) Siena Heights at 75
Indiana Tech 50
(4) Davenport at 86
Aquinas 42
Tuesday, Nov 18
Women's Basketball
UM-Dearborn at 35
Wayne State University 107
Monday, Nov 17
Men's Basketball
Siena Heights at 68
Roosevelt University 77
Sunday, Nov 16
Men's Basketball
Aquinas at 57
Western Michigan University 87
Women's Basketball
Marygrove at 46
University of Detroit Mercy 88
Exhibition
Saturday, Nov 15
Volleyball
(RV) Northwestern Ohio vs 1
(16) Madonna 3
2014 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Championship (hosted by Davenport University - Grand Rapids, Mich.)
(RV) Northwestern Ohio vs 1
(16) Madonna 3
2014 WHAC Conference Tournament - Hosted by Davenport University
Aquinas at 0
Davenport 3
WHAC Tournament Semifinal - DU Student Center
Madonna at 0
Davenport 3
WHAC Tournament Championship - DU Student Center, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Men's Basketball
(11) Cornerstone at 76
Madonna 74
UM-Dearborn at 48
Lourdes 67
Siena Heights at 85
Marygrove 73
Concordia at 61
Aquinas 77
Lawrence Tech at 59
Indiana Tech 69
(RV) Northwestern Ohio at 70
(4) Davenport 71
Women's Basketball
(16) Siena Heights at 57
Marygrove 50
Concordia at 90
Aquinas 93
(24) Cornerstone at 58
Madonna 65
UM-Dearborn at 64
Lourdes 54
Saturday, Nov 22
Men's Soccer
(19) Northwestern Ohio at 1:00pm
(11) Georgia Gwinnett College EST
2014 NAIA Tournament Opening Round
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(RV) Olivet Nazarene University at 2:00pm
(7) Davenport EST
NAIA Opening Round - Grand Rapids, Mich.
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Women's Soccer
William Woods University at 2:00pm
(8) Northwestern Ohio EST
2014 NAIA Tournament Opening Round
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Volleyball
(RV) Union College vs 1:00pm
(16) Madonna EST
2014 NAIA National Championship Opening Round
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Olivet Nazarene University at 7:30pm
(13) Davenport EST
NAIA National Opening Round
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Men's Basketball
(11) Cornerstone at 3:00pm
(RV) Northwestern Ohio EST
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Lourdes at 3:00pm
Lawrence Tech EST
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Aquinas at 3:00pm
Marygrove EST
Live Video Live Stats
Indiana Tech at 3:00pm
Concordia EST
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Madonna at 3:00pm
(4) Davenport EST
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Women's Basketball
Aquinas at 1:00pm
Marygrove EST
Live Video Live Stats
Indiana Tech at 1:00pm
Concordia EST
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Madonna at 1:00pm
(4) Davenport EST
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Lourdes at 1:00pm
Lawrence Tech EST
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(24) Cornerstone at 1:00pm
Northwestern Ohio EST
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Monday, Nov 24
Men's Basketball
University of Jamestown at 7:00pm
(4) Davenport EST
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Tuesday, Nov 25
Men's Basketball
Concordia at 7:30pm
(RV) Northwestern Ohio EST
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Indiana Tech at 7:30pm
(4) Davenport EST
Live Video Live Audio Live Stats
(11) Cornerstone at 8:00pm
Siena Heights EST
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Lourdes at 8:00pm
Marygrove EST
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