What a year.
With seven conference championships and three national titles, UW-Whitewater athletics has shown this year that it is one of the best in Division-III.
What a year.
Davis’ performance not only helped the ’Hawks win a national title, but almost every individual award given away. Davis earned the Final Four’s MVP and the National Player of the Year, something no UW-Whitewater basketball player had ever achieved before.
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The Warhawks dominated offensively this weekend, hitting 13 home runs in four games en route to a four-game sweep over UW-Stout.
“Offensively we’ve never looked better so it was a real positive weekend for us,” head coach John Vodenlich said. “The qualities of our bats were noticeable and I don’t think we made an easy out all weekend.”
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In baseball, pitching helps win games.
It helped the Warhawks win 37 games last season on their way to the College World Series.
For the last couple years, the gymnastics team had a national championship in mind.
Finishing third in 2009 and 2010 and second last year, the Warhawks finally reached that goal after winning their first national title the weekend of March 24.
The ’Hawks put up 188.05 points, good enough for fifth best in school history. UW-La Crosse, who won the past four years, finished third.
After finishing second the last two years, the UW-Whitewater gymnastics team won the Division-III national championship in Brockport, New York Friday.