2021 Schedule Preview: Detroit Mercy Titans

(Photo Courtesy of Detroit Mercy Athletics)

While it has taken a bit longer for teams and conference to get their schedules together for the 2021 season due to the Coronavirus outbreak and various restrictions surrounding the virus, Schedule release schedule has finally begun!

The Detroit Mercy Titians are the fourth DI team to release their full schedule and first from the MAAC. This announcement follows the MAAC’s announcement on spring sports scheduling this morning. The Titans come into the 2021 season after going 2-3 during the shortened 2020 season.

Detroit Mercy’s Full 2021 Schedule:

3/6St. BonaventureDetroit MercyNon-Conference
3/13Detroit MercySt. BonaventureMAAC
3/20ManhattanDetroit MercyMAAC
3/27Detroit MercySienaMAAC
4/2CanisiusDetroit MercyMAAC
4/9MonmouthDetroit MercyMAAC
4/17Detroit MercyMaristMAAC
4/24Detroit MercyQuinnipiacMAAC


  • Eight-game conference-only schedule.
  • Initial game doesn’t count towards conference standings.

Games to Circle

3/20: @ Manhattan: Detroit Mercy is currently riding a five-game winning streak against the Manhattan Jaspers, as they have beaten them every full season dating back to 2015. The Titans won their last meeting on 2019, 10-5. With both squads bringing back a lot of talent, this could be one of the more tightly contested contest between these two and one that could havae postseason implications.

4/17: vs Marist: The Red Foxes hold a 6-7 lead in the all-time series between these two, but the Titans have been victors of the past two meetings. Detroit Mercy won 14-10 in 2018 and 12-11 in 2019, serving the eventual conference champs their only conference loss.

4/24: vs Quinnipiac: The Titans and Bobcats have faced each other a total of 12 times and Quinnipiac has won 10 of those meetings, holding a 10-2 series lead. And while Detroit Mercy’s last win in the series came in 2017, the past few meetings between these two have been close. Quinnipiac won 14-11 in 2018 and in 2019 won the regular season matchup 12-9 and the conference quarterfinal matchup 19-10.

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