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Trinity Welcomes New Management

Monday, March 12th, 2018

We’ve been making some positive changes here at Trinity Transportation, the most recent being the addition of general managers at each of our 10 terminals and a new regional operations manager. Some of our general managers have been promoted from within and some are outside hires. They are all equipped and ready to operate their terminal and bring new ideas to the table! We are proud to introduce our 10 new general managers and our new regional operations manager!

Aretha Baylis, Fraser

  • Aretha Baylis started with Trinity almost 3 years ago at Trinity’s Fraser terminal, where she built relationships and began to love the people she worked with. She made it a goal to be herself and to aim higher within Trinity. When she attended her first Back to School meeting, that was it – she was all in. She loved the fun and dedication of the Trinity employees and the love Mr. Sheppard had for Trinity. She was sold on the fact that Trinity truly cares for the dedication of its employees. Aretha started in the transportation industry driving a school bus then moved to dispatch. She has enjoyed every aspect of the industry, including the challenges, and was never afraid to take risks. She is elated to now move into the position she has longed for. Aretha is very pleased to accept the promotion to general manager of the Fraser CSC. The realization of this professional dream will act as only the beginning of a long and prosperous managerial career. She is excited to continue to offer the best customer service to Trinity’s clients, students, parents, and drivers.

Tom Prahl, Toledo

  • Tom Prahl is a Toledo native and has been married to his wife, Cindy, for 33 years. They have raised 2 daughters, Jennifer and Kristen. Tom attended Findlay College, and then later graduated from the University of Toledo with a degree in Transportation Management. He started his career in the moving business as a driver and worked in operations, estimating, and sales. During that time, one of his largest projects was the supervision of an installation of furniture for a 25-story bank building in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (spent 5 months in Saudi Arabia). He has also worked for a food distributor, medical supply distribution company, and building products supplier. He is a lifelong Buckeye fan, huge Tigers fan, and frustrated Lions fan. When possible, Cindy and Tom like to travel. With a daughter in Texas, they do spend time there for most of their travels, but have visited a large number of other states as well.

Jeff Allen, Clarenceville

  • Jeff Allen started driving as a part time driver in January of 2001 as a second job and really enjoyed it. He moved into the offices of Wayne-Westland Schools in April of 2010, and then came to Trinity as a dispatch supervisor in July of 2015 at the Dearborn Heights terminal. From there, he transferred to the Clarenceville terminal, where he is currently at today. Before starting as a bus driver, Jeff worked in the movie theater industry for 22 years, moving his way up from front house staff to general manager in 1996, and in 2005, he took another promotion to manager of concession operations.

Robin Webster, Woodhaven

  • Robin Webster has been with Trinity for 23 years, starting out as a school bus attendant, and then becoming a school bus driver a few years later. After a few years of driving, Robin was asked to be a school bus trainer for Trinity, which she did for 13 years. As a school bus trainer, Robin trained hundreds of drivers for Trinity, as well as attended several training classes on driver training and school bus safety. She also worked as an interim dispatcher at Trinity’s Dearborn Heights and Ecorse locations. 2 years ago, Robin was relocated to Trinity’s Wyandotte Terminal and from there was promoted to dispatch supervisor for the Wyandotte Terminal. In 2017, she was asked to be terminal manager for Trinity’s newly contracted Woodhaven-Brownstown School district, where she continues to grow and learn. Robin has been very dedicated to Trinity and has worked hard to be where she is today!

Renae Pickel, Wyandotte

  • Renae Pickel has been with Trinity for 4 years.  She was first hired as the sedan assistant manager.  After 2 years, she moved on to sedan manager, and after 2 more years, Renae has been promoted to Wyandotte’s general manager. She is looking forward to personal growth as well as having a direct hand in the growth of CSC 4125. She is super excited to see what the next 2 years have in store for her!

John Kiraly, Saginaw

  • John Kiraly is a former Marine who joined Trinity in 2013. He entered the transportation industry in 1980 at Clintondale schools as the custodial manager and was eventually given more responsibilities. John moved to Saginaw in 1984, where he has continued his career in the transportation industry.

Angela Reynolds, Ecorse

  • Angela Reynolds has over 25 years of managerial experience. She started her career working part-time at Payless Shoe Source as a Deca Student. She eventually became network manager, where she managed several specialty stores. After her son’s birth, Angela decided to further her career in human resources at Super K-Mart, where she learned valuable skills from her coworkers. Her next career advancement was to Avis Budget Group at Detroit Metro, where Angela became the first African American airport manager. After working for Avis for a little while, Angela moved on to Macy’s as a general manager and went back to school to receive her business degree. Once she graduated, Angela ventured into banking at Brink’s, Incorporated. Angela put in her time at Brink’s, Inc., and decided that she was ready to start her career at a company that she was going to be at until retirement, which brought her to Trinity Transportation. After several interviews, Angela was offered the position as general manager of Trinity’s Ecorse terminal. When visiting the CSC for the first time and meeting new faces and warm hearts, Angela felt captivated and felt like she had found her second home.

Kevin Rose, Dearborn Heights

  • A 20-year veteran of the ground transportation industry, Kevin Rose was just promoted from director of motor coach operations to general manager of Trinity’s Dearborn Heights terminal. As director of motor coach operations, Kevin was responsible for managing the entire motor coach division as well as all of the motor coach drivers. Kevin also oversaw the operation of the 24-hour motor coach dispatch department, which he established to guarantee customers and drivers uninterrupted communicative access to Trinity representatives. For the purpose of preparing motor coach drivers to deliver the finest in service and safety, Kevin developed Trinity’s comprehensive, corporate-mandated motor coach operator training program. The curriculum consists of three weeks of intensive classroom and over-the-road training. Finally, as a commitment to professional development, Kevin has attended “Leadership Skills for Effective Management” seminars, “Supervisor Signs and Symptoms” training, and maintains proficiency as a licensed motor coach and school bus driver.

Joel Matanzas, Detroit West

  • Joel Matanzas has over 16 years of experience in the transportation field, with over 20 years of experience in leadership, training, and mentoring, which includes his 4 years serving our country as an 82nd Airborne Paratrooper. Prior to joining Trinity Transportation, he was a regional manager with American Expediting, where he was responsible for 9 offices, 40 employees, and 300 Independent contractors, and managed a customer base of over 500 clients. In the coming years, Joel hopes to inspire his team to deliver the best customer service not only to our passengers, but to one another as well.

Jim LaRue, Detroit East

  • Jim LaRue has over 30 years of experience with integrated logistics companies, providing lead logistics management solutions and lean manufacturing support services that include transportation, warehousing, design, and building of complete supply chain networks, supply chain re-engineering and optimization, performance management, quality, safety, and other comprehensive service supporting multiple clients and industries. He has been married to his middle school sweetheart for 40 years; they have 2 children and 3 grandchildren. Jim enjoys being involved with his community through Marine Corp Toys for Tots and Catholic Charities USA. He is also a member of the Transportation Club of Detroit, International Warehouse Logistics Association, and Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, and is president of the Michigan Chapter of the Warehouse Education Research Council. Jim is looking forward to bringing improvement and growth to Trinity Transportation, while implementing best practices and providing a supportive and enjoyable environment.

Kevin Dunbar, Regional Operations Manager

  • Kevin Dunbar has been in the transportation industry for over 20 years. He has extensive experience in multi-model transportation operations, including Emergency Medical Services, taxi/sedan, shuttle, charter, and paratransit. He has expertise in operations, customer service, contact center/dispatch, technology, and shared/support services. Originally from Michigan, he recently moved back to the Detroit area from Arizona.

 

Trinity Transportation Recognizes Love the Bus Month

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Love the Bus month was created by the American School Bus Council and is a month-long celebration held every February. Love the Bus Month is a chance to highlight the importance of the school bus in education while also focusing on the drivers who do so much for our students. This month allows schools across America to take a little extra time to celebrate the bus drivers who safely transport students every day. It’s also an opportunity for companies like us to show our appreciation for our school bus drivers, whom we are so lucky to have! This year, we gave employees heart decals and pins to signify Love the Bus Month and showed extra gratitude for all that they do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you, Trinity school bus drivers, for being so amazing! We appreciate every single one of you!

I Requested a Quote…Now What?

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

So you’ve gone through the steps of choosing a vehicle and requesting a quote, but you’re unsure of what happens next. Have no fear, Trinity Transportation is here! We’re going to walk you through the process of securing your vehicle, A.K.A. what happens after you request a quote.

Once you submit your quote request online, it is sent to our reservations department. Upon receiving your request, one of our reservations specialists will contact you to get to know you and your needs a little better. After they have a full understanding of what you are looking for, they will send you a booking information sheet to fill out, which is basically just general information that is needed to better determine your rate.

Your reservations specialist will then configure your rate based off of several different factors, including the location of your destination, projected mileage use, dates of service, and size of the vehicle. The rate will then be sent to you and you can move forward with booking. When you book your vehicle, your reservations specialist will send you a detailed overview of your trip along with payment options, processing fee information, and due dates. If your trip requires it, your reservations specialist will ask for a detailed itinerary and information for an on-site contact, which will ensure there is 100% communication between the driver, the client, and dispatch to diligently complete the entire trip from start to finish.

If you call for a quote, the process is exactly the same! When you call, your reservations specialist will ask for some information about your projected trip/event and your email address, then email you the booking information sheet for you to fill out. Once that is done, the process continues the same as if you had requested a quote online!

How to Become a Motor Coach Driver

Monday, February 26th, 2018

Being a motor coach driver is an interesting career filled with travel, meeting new people, and servicing your community. It can be fun and rewarding, and take your career to new heights…but how do you get started? We’re going to walk you through the requirements for and process of becoming a motor coach driver, so you can be prepared to apply at Trinity Transportation!

Requirements:

  • Possess a valid Michigan commercial driver license (CDL) A or B with passenger (P) endorsement and enhancement
  • Experience with motor coach driving or minimum transit experience (transit includes city buses, school buses, or trucks – truck drivers must have P endorsement)
  • Able to calculate passenger fares and provide correct change
  • Ability to complete trip sheets, pre/post bus inspection sheets, and vehicle inspection report clearly and in a legible manner
  • Capable of operating and communicating clearly on a telephone and/or a two-way radio
  • Able to speak English fluently
  • Minimum age for drivers is 21 with no driving infractions on record
  • Drivers with up to two minor moving violations or no major violations in the past 36 months will be considered at the minimum age of 22-23

How to Obtain Your CDL:

When you are ready to apply for your first commercial driver license, you will go to your local Secretary of State office with the following items:

  • Your driver license
  • Proof of your Social Security number
  • Acceptable proof of U.S. citizenship (birth certificate, passport, etc.) or Permanent Resident Card

Upon arriving at the Secretary of State office, you will fill out the CDL certification form, which includes meeting the CDL medical qualifications. You must also meet the driver eligibility requirements and pass the required knowledge and vision tests. All CDL knowledge tests are administered on the computer at Secretary of State. A minimum passing score of 80% is required to pass each test. You can take all the tests on the same day; however, you can only take each test once. If you need to retake a test, you must go back to the Secretary of State office the following business day. The CDL Group B knowledge test is 50 questions and the passenger endorsement knowledge test is 20 questions; both require a skills test after training.

Once you finish these knowledge tests, you will be given your CDL commercial learner’s permit (CLP), which allows you to practice driving under the supervision of a driver trainer and is required for taking the CDL skills tests. You will also need to obtain your chauffeur license before processing your CDL license. To receive the required training and to take your skills test, you can either do so through a third party state certified commercial vehicle training center or truck driving school.

Upon obtaining your CDL, you are ready to apply! You can do so at drivefortrinity.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

We’re Answering Your School Bus Questions!

Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

Q: What size are your school buses?
A: Michigan school bus sizes: Our largest school bus holds 48 passengers, two to a seat, and 72 passengers, three to a seat. 5th grade and under are the only ones that can sit three to a seat. Keep in mind, 72 passengers is three to a seat with only kids on board and no adults. Our regular size school bus holds 44 passengers, two to a seat, and 66 passengers, three to a seat. Again, 66 passengers is three to a seat with only kids on board and no adults.

Ohio school bus sizes: Our largest school bus holds 52 passengers, two to a seat, and 78 passengers, three to a seat. 5th grade and under are the only ones that can sit three to a seat. Keep in mind, 78 passengers is three to a seat with only kids on board and no adults.

Q: Do school buses have storage areas?
A: No, our school buses do not have storage compartments. This is an amenity that our full-size motor coaches have if that is something you are looking for.

Q: Do school buses have A/C?
A: No, our school buses do not have A/C, but are equipped with heat.

Q: Do school buses have CD players or aux ports?
A: No, only AM/FM radio. Our full-size motor coaches have a CD player and our party bus has an aux port, if you are interested in those amenities.

Q: Can anyone rent your school buses?
A: Yes, as long as you are over the age of 18.

Q: Can school buses be used for wedding shuttles?
A: Yes, they are a great economical alternative to our mini buses and motor coaches.

Q: Do school buses go out of state?
A: Our school buses can go out of state since we have the proper licensing, but we would recommend that if you are planning a long distance trip to rent our full-size motor coaches. School buses are usually utilized for local service.

Q: Do school buses have an intercom?
A: No, that amenity does not come on our school buses.

Q: Can you rent a school bus for a night event or for a weekend event?
A: Yes, they are available 365 days of the year.

Q: Do you have wheelchair accessible school buses?
A: Yes.

Q: Do you have harness buses?
A: Yes.

Q: Do you have seat belt school buses?
A: Yes.

 

How to Request a Quote

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

So, you have an event coming up and you know you need a vehicle, but you’re not sure where to start? We can help! In this article we’ll guide you through the process of selecting the vehicle that’s right for you and requesting a quote.

  1. Consider the specs of your trip. How long will your trip be? How far is your destination? Will you need room or storage for luggage/equipment? What is the vehicle being used for (i.e. athletic event transportation, a night out, etc.)?
  2. Determine the size and needs of your group. How many people are traveling with you? If the trip is longer, will your group benefit from an on-board restroom? Do you need a handicap accessible vehicle?
  3. Take a look at our fleet. Based on the items above, choose the vehicle that is right for you. You can also read our article about our different vehicles and their uses here to help you pick the one that best suits your needs.
  4. Request a quote online. There is a handy “Request a Quote” button at the top right corner of every page on our website – click it to request a quote for the vehicle of your choice!
  5. Request a quote via telephone. If you’d rather request a quote over the phone, you can call our reservations specialists at 877-284-4200 and they will happily assist you.
  6. Have questions? If you have any questions on our fleet, you can call the number listed in step 5 or click the handy “Contact Us” button at the bottom of the page of the vehicle you are looking at.

There is also a “Contact” link at the top of every page on our website!

Your Motor Coach Fleet Questions Answered

Monday, February 5th, 2018

We have received many questions about our fleet over the years, so we’ve answered the ones heard most frequently and separated them by division for your convenience. Keep an eye out for two more installments: school bus and sedan!

Q: On overnight trips, is the driver’s room included in the price of the quote?
A: No, the driver’s room is not included in the price provided by our reservations specialists. Driver accommodations need to be made by the chartering party. If the chartering party does not make lodging accommodations for the driver, they will be billed for the rooms at a minimum of $150 a night or the cost of the room.

Q: Can I bring a cooler onto the bus?
A: Yes, you may bring a cooler on any of our vehicles. Glass bottles are prohibited, and please clean up after yourself or you may be subject to cleaning fees and/or damages.

Q: Do I pay for parking and tolls?
A: The cost of bridge tolls, highway tolls, entrance or other fees (e.g. parking, park entrance, etc.) are not included in the cost of the charter. It is the responsibility of the chartering party to pay for these expenses.

Q: Do coach buses go out of state?
A: Yes, our coach buses can go out of state and into Canada. We’ve sent our coaches to almost everywhere in the continental United States, even as far as Alaska.

Q: Is there a discount for renting more than one bus?
A: The quotes we provide for service will take all variables into account to provide you with the lowest possible rate for your charter. Discounts are based on all variables and all details provided.

Q: Does your party bus have a sound system? What about a refrigerator?
A: Yes, our party bus has a high quality sound system with an aux port and CD player. It is also equipped with five mini bars and enough cup holders for your entire party.

Get to Know Our Fleet Divisions

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

At Trinity Transportation, we offer several different types of vehicles based on your transportation needs. Our vehicles are split into three divisions: school bus, sedan, and motor coach. Considering school buses? They are great for school routes, field trips, athletics, weddings, and special events.

Our mini coach is super fun and is popular with weddings, special events, and fundraisers! For marching band trips, group vacations, athletics, conventions, weddings, fundraisers, and student/field trips, hop on our motor coach bus.

Are you attending an athletic or corporate event, or need airport or student transportation? Our shuttle is the vehicle for you! Many people use our party bus for weddings, a night out, or special events. Last, but not least, our sedan division is perfect for corporate and airport needs, special events and student transportation!

To help you pick the right vehicle when booking, we’re going to give you a breakdown of each division, including a few highlights of each vehicle. One plus across the board: all of our vehicles have GPS tracking!

School Bus Division

Our school bus division is made up of our mini and regular-sized school buses. We have over 350 school bus routes and transport over 10,000 students daily!

Motor Coach Division

Our motor coach division includes our motor coach buses, mini coaches, executive mini coaches, and our party bus.

Sedan Division

Our sedan division is comprised of our full-sized van and transit shuttles along with our Prius sedans and minivans.  Our sedan division specializes in student and senior citizen transportation, serving our community for over 36 years!

We have vehicles in all departments, ready for your every transportation need. For more information on our vehicles, visit trinitytransportation.com/ourfleet or call us at 734-284-9229!

New Year, New Goals

Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

2018 is here! We’re excited and ready to set and achieve new goals. Whether your goals are personal, work-related, or otherwise, now is the time to set and start working towards them. The most important thing to remember is to choose realistic goals – don’t bite off more than you can chew or you won’t be able to stick to it!

When visiting the terminals for Christmas, we asked employees what their resolutions were for 2018. One popular resolution from our employees was saving money, and another was to grow as a person and stay happy. One of our employees also would like to be better informed, more involved, and dedicated – a great resolution for this year! Feel free to take some inspiration from the goals they’ve set for themselves!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We wish you good luck in accomplishing your goals this year and hope you have a happy and successful 2018!

Safety First!

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

At Trinity Transportation we pride ourselves in making safety our number one priority. Safety is the most important thing to be focused on and practiced when operating a vehicle. In order to ensure our drivers are taking the necessary precautions before, during, and after operating their vehicles, we have monthly safety meetings at each of our terminals.

In December, Trinity’s operations and safety departments put on their monthly safety meeting with the help of Safety Claus! Regional Operations Manager Dave Holls dressed up as Safety Claus to add a fun touch to learning about safety.

The meeting was required for all school bus employees and was headed by Safety Director Carl Ingram and School Bus Training Manager Derrick Ingram. They discussed the different tactics of staying safe on the road while driving a school bus (and being an aide!). Many topics were covered, including proper safety procedures, distracted driving, and having heightened awareness while on the road. There were even some fun quizzes thrown in the presentation!

Our employees are prepared to work together and practice all safety procedures learned in order to reach our goal of becoming the safest transportation company!

Winter Driving Tips

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

The winter weather has started and drivers are getting back into the groove of driving on slick winter roads. Driving on slick, snowy roads can be scary, slippery, and dangerous – and accidents tend to occur. By preparing your vehicle in advance, paying attention to the weather, and following our winter driving tips, you can make the roads safer for yourself and those around you.

General Winter Driving Tips:

  • Prepare your vehicle. Having a winter survival kit will help you to be prepared if you become stranded. Make sure you also have a snow shovel, sand or salt, and an ice scraper. Before the winter weather hits full swing, get your tires checked to determine if they need air or to be replaced with winter tires.
  • Keep your gas tank half full at all times. This habit will allow you to run your engine and keep warm if you get stranded or stuck. It will also prevent your gas line from freezing. Windshield wipers should be checked and in good condition, and your windshield fluid reservoir full so you can easily wipe away snow and slush.
  • Never warm up your vehicle in an enclosed area. Keeping your car running in an area such as a garage with the door closed will cause toxic fumes to become trapped and could be deadly.
  • Avoid distracted driving. Always be alert, especially with icy or snowy conditions. If you are fatigued, avoid driving. Never use a cell phone while operating a vehicle.
  • Clear all snow and ice from your vehicle. Before driving anywhere, make sure your car is cleared of snow and ice, including your roof, trunk, lights, mirrors, windows, and reflectors.

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Snowy Weather Driving Tips:

  • Do not use cruise control when driving on slippery roads.
  • Reduce your speed and drive cautiously and accelerate and decelerate slowly. Accelerating, turning, and stopping all take longer on icy and snow-covered roads.
  • Increase your distance from the car in front of you as conditions worsen. You should stay eight to ten seconds behind the car in front of you.
  • Keep an eye on weather reports and delay trips when severe weather is predicted. If you have to leave, inform others of your route, destination, and anticipated arrival time.
  • If you become trapped by snow, stay in your vehicle. Your vehicle makes it easier for rescuers to find you. Tie brightly colored material to your antenna or in a rolled up window as a signal. If you are stuck overnight, you can keep the dome light on since it uses minimal electricity and can help rescuers locate you.
  • Keep your exhaust pipe free of snow, slush, mud, and ice. Deadly carbon monoxide gas can leak into your car if the engine is running and your exhaust is blocked. You can also crack a window to prevent leakage.
  • Only run your car for short periods of time, just long enough to stay warm. 10 minutes every hour is a good starting point.
  • Don’t stop going once starting up a hill and do not power up. Get some acceleration on a flat road before going up a hill. Let that carry you to the top. Once you are approaching the top of the hill, reduce your speed and continue down the hill as slowly as possible.

If the weather conditions are severe, stay home and do not attempt to drive – even if you feel you are experienced at driving in winter weather. While there may be places you need to go, most things can be rescheduled. If possible, take a snow day – have a movie marathon and watch the snow from indoors! Happy winter!

Basketball Season with Trinity Transportation

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

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November is under way, the weather is cooling off, and the excitement of the upcoming holidays is surrounding us….and basketball season is starting! Basketball is the sport of winter, allowing us to cheer on our favorite teams and watch them excel throughout the season. This year is especially thrilling since the Pistons are now in downtown Detroit with Michigan’s other professional teams!

If you’re heading to a game this season, we can get you there and provide you with time to relax and enjoy the drive! Avoid the hassle of construction and have fun with your friends the entire night by using Trinity. We have the vehicle for you!

This basketball season, Trinity Transportation will be rooting on the Eastern Michigan Eagles, the Oakland Grizzlies, and the Wayne State Warriors! We are proud to sponsor and provide our buses for the athletic departments of Eastern Michigan University, Oakland University, and Wayne State University. We’re ready to show our pride and watch our teams shine!

Oakland University Women’s Basketball Schedule:

  • 11/11 – vs. Illinois State – 1:00pm – Home
  • 11/13 – vs. Michigan State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 11/16 – vs. Northwestern – 8:00pm – Away
  • 11/19 – vs. Niagara – 7:00pm – Home
  • 11/22 – vs. Michigan – 7:00pm – Away
  • 11/29 – vs. Canisius – 7:00pm – Away
  • 12/03 – vs. Central Michigan – 1:00pm – Home
  • 12/10 – vs. UM-Dearborn – 1:00pm – Home
  • 12/16 – vs. Cornell – 12:00pm – Away
  • 12/21 – vs. Old Dominion – 7:30pm – Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic
  • 12/22 – vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff – 7:30pm – Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic
  • 12/28 – vs. Cleveland State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 12/30 – vs. Youngstown State – 1:00pm – Away
  • 01/04 – vs. Wright State – 7:00pm – Home
  • 01/06 – vs. Northern Kentucky – 3:00pm – Home
  • 01/11 – vs. UIC – 8:00pm – Away
  • 01/13 – vs. IUPUI – 3:00pm – Away
  • 01/18 – vs. Milwaukee – 7:00pm – Home
  • 01/20 – vs. Green Bay – 3:00pm – Home
  • 01/27 – vs. Detroit Mercy – 3:00pm – Home
  • 02/01 – vs. Youngstown State – 7:00pm – Home
  • 02/03 – vs. Cleveland State – 3:00pm – Home
  • 02/08 – vs. Northern Kentucky – 5:00pm – Away
  • 02/10 – vs. Wright State – 4:30pm – Away
  • 02/15 – vs. IUPUI – 7:00pm – Home
  • 02/17 – vs. UIC – 3:00pm – Home
  • 02/19 – vs. Detroit Mercy – 7:00pm – Away
  • 02/23 – vs. Green Bay – 8:00pm – Away
  • 02/25 – vs. Milwaukee – 3:00pm – Away
  • 03/02 – vs. TBA – Time TBA – Motor City Madness Horizon League Championships

Oakland University Men’s Basketball Schedule:

  • 11/10 – vs. Fort Wayne – 7:00pm – Home
  • 11/13 – vs. New Orleans – 7:00pm – Home
  • 11/18 – vs. Toledo – 7:00pm – Away
  • 11/20 – vs. Syracuse – 7:00pm – Away
  • 11/24 – vs. Kansas – 8:00pm – Away
  • 11/30 – vs. Texas Southern – 7:00pm – Home
  • 11/27 – vs. Oral Roberts – 8:00pm – Away
  • 12/02 – vs. Western Michigan – 2:00pm – Away
  • 12/06 – vs. Eastern Michigan – 7:00pm – Away
  • 12/09 – vs. Chicago State – 3:00pm – Home
  • 12/16 – vs. Michigan State – 2:30pm – Little Caesars Arena
  • 12/20 – vs. Towson – 7:00pm – Home
  • 12/22 – vs. Eastern Michigan – 7:00pm – Home
  • 12/28 – vs. Milwaukee – 8:00pm – Away
  • 12/30 – vs. Green Bay – 1:00pm – Away
  • 01/05 – vs. Northern Kentucky – TBA – Home
  • 01/07 – vs. Wright State – 3:00pm – Home
  • 01/10 – vs. Youngstown State – 7:00pm – Home
  • 01/12 – vs. Cleveland State – 7:00pm – Home
  • 01/15 – vs. UIC – 8:00pm – Away
  • 01/20 – vs. Detroit Mercy – 4:00pm – Away
  • 01/26 – vs. Northern Kentucky – 9:00pm – Away
  • 01/28 – vs. Wright State – 2:00pm – Away
  • 02/02 – vs. UIC – 9:00pm – Home
  • 02/04 – vs. IUPUI – 12:00pm – Home
  • 02/09 – vs. Detroit Mercy – 9:00pm – Home
  • 02/14 – vs. Youngstown State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 02/16 – vs. Cleveland State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 02/19 – vs. IUPUI – 7:00pm – Away
  • 02/22 – vs. Green Bay – 7:00pm – Home
  • 02/24 – vs. Milwaukee – 3:00pm – Home

Eastern Michigan University Women’s Basketball Schedule:

  • 11/10 – vs. Florida A&M – 1:00pm – Home
  • 11/13 – vs. Rochester – 7:00pm – Home
  • 11/16 – vs. Cleveland State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 11/18 – vs. St. Bonaventure – 1:30pm – Away
  • 11/24 – vs. Denver – 1:00pm – Loyola Marymount Tournament
  • 11/25 – vs. Loyola Marymount – 3:30pm – Loyola Marymount Tournament
  • 12/03 – vs. Minnesota – 2:00pm – Away
  • 12/08 – vs. UIC – 8:00pm – Away
  • 12/10 – vs. Illinois State – 3:00pm – Away
  • 12/17 – vs. Detroit Mercy – 12:00pm – Away
  • 12/20 – vs. Longwood – 4:00pm – Home
  • 12/30 – vs. Kent State – 2:00pm – Home
  • 01/03 – vs. Bowling Green – 7:00pm – Away
  • 01/06 – vs. Toledo – 2:30pm – Home
  • 01/10 – vs. Kent State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 01/13 – vs. Miami – 2:00pm – Away
  • 01/17 – vs. Western Michigan – 7:00pm – Home
  • 01/20 – vs. Northern Illinois – 2:00pm – Away
  • 01/24 – vs. Miami – 7:00pm – Home
  • 01/27 – vs. Buffalo – 2:00pm – Away
  • 02/03 – vs. Central Michigan – 2:30pm – Home
  • 02/07 – vs. Ball State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 02/11 – vs. Akron – 2:00pm – Home
  • 02/14 – vs. Ohio – 7:00pm – Home
  • 02/17 – vs. Central Michigan – 1:00pm – Away
  • 02/21 – vs. Toledo – 7:00pm – Away
  • 02/24 – vs. Northern Illinois – 2:30pm – Home
  • 02/28 – vs. Western Michigan – 7:00pm – Away
  • 03/03 – vs. Ball State – 2:00pm – Home
  • 03/05 – Mid-American Conference Tournament First Round – Campus Sites
  • 03/07 – Mid-American Conference Tournament Quarter Finals – Cleveland, OH
  • 03/09 – Mid-American Conference Tournament Semifinals – Cleveland, OH
  • 03/10 – Mid-American Conference Tournament Championship – Cleveland, OH
  • 03/16-03/19 – NCAA Tournament First/Second Rounds
  • 03/23-03/26 – NCAA Regionals
  • 03/30-04/01 – NCAA Championships – Columbus, OH

Eastern Michigan University Men’s Basketball Schedule:

  • 11/10 – vs. Spring Arbor – 10:30am – Home
  • 11/12 – vs. UM-Dearborn – 2:00pm – Home
  • 11/16 – vs. Arkansas State – 7:00pm – Home
  • 11/18 – vs. Howard – 2:00pm – Home
  • 11/24 – vs. Indiana – 4:30pm – Away
  • 11/26 – vs. South Florida – 4:00pm – Away
  • 11/29 – vs. North Florida – 7:00pm – Away
  • 12/06 – vs. Oakland – 7:00pm – Home
  • 12/09 – vs. Central State – 2:00pm – Home
  • 12/16 – vs. Long Beach State – 4:00pm – Away
  • 12/22 – vs. Oakland – 7:00pm – Away
  • 12/27 – vs. Syracuse – 7:00pm – Away
  • 12/29 – vs. Rochester – 2:00pm – Home
  • 01/02 – vs. Ball State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 01/06 – vs. Bowling Green – 12:00pm – Home
  • 01/09 – vs. Central Michigan – 7:00pm – Home
  • 01/13 – vs. Northern Illinois – 3:30pm – Away
  • 01/16 – vs. Akron – 7:00pm – Home
  • 01/20 – vs. Ohio – 2:00pm – Home
  • 01/23 – vs. Buffalo – 7:00pm – Away
  • 01/27 – vs. Miami – 3:30pm – Away
  • 01/30 – vs. Western Michigan – 7:00pm – Home
  • 02/03 – vs. Ball State – 12:00pm – Home
  • 02/06 – vs. Kent State – 7:00pm – Away
  • 02/10 – vs. Bowling Green – 4:00pm – Away
  • 02/13 – vs. Miami – 7:00pm – Home
  • 02/17 – vs. Central Michigan – 4:30pm – Away
  • 02/20 – vs. Toledo – 7:00pm – Home
  • 02/24 – vs. Northern Illinois – 12:00pm – Home
  • 02/27 – vs. Western Michigan – 7:00pm – Away
  • 03/02 – vs. Toledo – 7:00pm – Away
  • 03/05-03/10 – Mid-American Conference Tournament – Cleveland, OH
  • 03/13-03/14 – NCAA Tournament First Four – Dayton, OH
  • 03/15-03/18 – NCAA Tournament First/Second Rounds
  • 03/22-03/25 – NCAA Tournament Regionals
  • 03/31-04/02 – NCAA Championships – San Antonio, TX

Wayne State University Women’s Basketball Schedule:

  • 11/11 – vs. Findlay – 6:00pm – Away
  • 11/12 – vs. Lake Erie College – 4:00pm – Away
  • 11/16 – vs. Oakland City – 8:00pm – Away
  • 11/18 – vs. Southern Indiana – 7:00pm – Away
  • 11/21 – vs. Wright State Lake – 5:30pm – Home
  • 11/26 – vs. UM-Dearborn – 3:00pm – Home
  • 11/30 – vs. Grand Valley State – 5:30pm – Home
  • 12/02 – vs. Purdue Northwest – 2:00pm – Away
  • 12/07 – vs. Ashland – 5:30pm – Away
  • 12/09 – vs. Tiffin – 1:00pm – Home
  • 12/16 – vs. Davenport – 1:00pm – Away
  • 01/04 – vs. Ferris State – 7:30pm – Away
  • 01/06 – vs. Lake Superior State – 1:00pm – Home
  • 01/11 – vs. Saginaw Valley State – 5:30pm – Home
  • 01/13 – vs. Northwood – 4:00pm – Away
  • 01/18 – vs. Michigan Tech – 5:30 – Home
  • 01/20 – vs. Northern Michigan – 1:00pm – Home
  • 01/27 – vs. Davenport – 1:00pm – Home
  • 02/01 – vs. Ashland – 5:30pm – Home
  • 02/03 – vs. Tiffin – 3:00pm – Away
  • 02/08 – vs. Grand Valley State – 8:00pm – Away
  • 02/10 – vs. Purdue Northwest – 1:00pm – Home
  • 02/15 – vs. Saginaw Valley State – 6:00pm – Away
  • 02/17 – vs. Northwood – 1:00pm – Home
  • 02/22 – vs. Michigan Tech – 5:30pm – Away
  • 02/24 – vs. Northern Michigan – 3:00pm – Away
  • 02/28 – GLIAC Tournament Quarter Finals – TBD – Campus Site
  • 03/03 – GLIAC Tournament Semifinals – TBD – Campus Site
  • 03/04 – GLIAC Tournament Championship Game – TBD – Campus Site
  • 03/09-03/12 – NCAA Regionals – TBA

Wayne State University Men’s Basketball Schedule:

  • 11/11 – vs. Alderson Broaddus – 8:00pm – Home
  • 11/12 – vs. Kentucky Wesleyan – 3:00pm – Home
  • 11/21 – vs. Bellarmine – 7:30pm – Home
  • 11/25 – vs. Lewis – 4:00pm – Away
  • 11/30 – vs. Grand Valley State – 7:30pm – Home
  • 12/02 – vs. Purdue Northwest – 4:00pm – Away
  • 12/07 – vs. Ashland – 7:30pm – Away
  • 12/09 – vs. Tiffin – 3:00pm – Home
  • 12/12 – vs. UM-Dearborn – 7:00pm – Home
  • 12/16 – vs. Davenport – 3:00pm – Away
  • 01/04 – vs. Ferris State – 5:30pm – Away
  • 01/06 – vs. Lake Superior State – 3:00pm – Home
  • 01/11 – vs. Saginaw Valley State – 7:30pm – Home
  • 01/13 – vs. Northwood – 6:00pm – Away
  • 01/18 – vs. Michigan Tech – 7:30pm – Home
  • 01/20 – vs. Northern Michigan – 3:00pm – Home
  • 01/27 – vs. Davenport – 3:00pm – Home
  • 02/01 – vs. Ashland – 7:30pm – Home
  • 02/03 – vs. Tiffin – 1:00pm – Away
  • 02/08 – vs. Grand Valley State – 6:00pm – Away
  • 02/10 – vs. Purdue Northwest – 3:00pm – Home
  • 02/15 – vs. Saginaw Valley State – 8:00pm – Away
  • 02/17 – vs. Northwood – 3:00pm – Home
  • 02/22 – vs. Michigan Tech – 7:30pm – Away
  • 02/24 – vs. Northern Michigan – 1:00pm – Away
  • 02/28 – GLIAC Tournament Quarter Finals – TBD – Campus Site
  • 03/03 – GLIAC Tournament Semifinals – TBD – Campus Site
  • 03/04 – GLIAC Tournament Championship Game – TBD – Campus Site
  • 03/10-03/13 – NCAA Regionals – TBA

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