After finishing second the last two years, the UW-Whitewater gymnastics team won the Division-III national championship in Brockport, New York Friday.
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With the recent rush of warm weather over the last few weeks, it is evident that spring is upon us, which means that baseball, too, is right around the corner.
The UW-Whitewater baseball team has begun its season. The team is 2-2 and leaves for a trip to Lake Myrtle, Fla., tomorrow. The team will play nine games in just six days and will return home March 31 for a game against Ripon College.
The UW-Whitewater softball team will begin its season this week in Florida, where the team will play 12 games in six days.
The ’Hawks’ junior catcher Emily Epifanio said the team’s spring break trip to Clermont, Fla., is really more of a business trip than a vacation. The team has double headers on six out of the seven days.
If someone would have told me the UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team would make it to the Final Four and win a national championship before the season started, I wouldn’t have believed it.
Actually, I probably would have bet against it.
First team all WIAC, check. WIAC player of the year, check. First Team All-American, check. All-Tournament team, check.
Last, but definitely not least, National Player of the Year, check.
This past weekend, I had the privilege of being a part of history at UW-Whitewater when the men’s basketball team made a remarkable run to a national championship.
On the court of the Salem Civic Center Arena, it read “Salem, Virginia’s Championship City.”
They might as well change that to ‘Whitewater’s Championship City,’ after the UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team defeated Cabrini College 63-60 in a stunning 18-point comeback Saturday night in the Division-III National Championship game.
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