Compiled by MiCHO Staff
The Wayne State University Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome five new members on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2008, including former men's hockey player David Guerrera.
Guerrera was part of the Warriors inaugural season and played between the pipes for the Green and Gold from 1999-2003. During his four years, Wayne State won three consecutive CHA titles, a regular-season crown and a trip to the NCAA regionals in 2003.
He also owns the majority of Wayne State season and career goaltending records including games played (112), wins (56), minutes (6668:35), saves (3,104), goals against (2.97) and shutouts (7).
Since he left Wayne State, Guerrera played two seasons for the Laredo Bucks and then the Rocky Mountain Rage in the CHL. Currently he is playing with 98.3 FM Saguenay of the LNHL.
The official induction ceremony will take place at historic St. Andrews next to Manoogian Hall. The reception begins at 11:30 a.m., with lunch served at noon and the program starting shortly thereafter.
In addition, the class will be introduced at halftime of the Feb. 28 men's basketball game against Ferris State.
Tickets for the luncheon can be purchased at the Matthaei Complex for $35 and advance reservations are required. The public is invited to attend the induction luncheon.