NSIC South Division Meeting Between Wayne State And Minnesota State To Open Super Region 4 Playoffs

MANKATO, MN – For just the second time in program history the Wayne State College football team will be competing in the postseason as the ‘Cats drew a league opponent who has been a powerhouse ever since joining the conference.

From Blakeslee Stadium in Mankato, Minnesota, WSC will travel to #19 Minnesota State-Mankato on Saturday, November 19. The NCAA Division II Super Region 4 Playoff football game is slated for a noon kickoff.

Both teams are 9-2 on the season and shared the NSIC regular season title with Bemidji State.

WSC has won four straight games and is making their second playoff appearance in school history (2008) while the Mavericks has won five straight contests since dropping a 41-33 contest in Wayne on October 8 and is playing in the post season for the 13th time in school history.

Minnesota State-Mankato holds a 12-2 lead in the all-time series against the Wildcats, but WSC has won the last two meetings – 41-33 in Wayne earlier this season and 35-24 at Mankato last season.

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