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Seniors Katherine Watson, Alex Wolf, Michael Gouvion, Matt Knudtson, Greg Hahn and Molly Fonaas say their goodbyes
The baseball team has ended WIAC play on a high note after winning its last seven games, and will come into the WIAC Tournament as the two seed.
The softball team had a chance to win the WIAC Tournament on Sunday and earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, but fell short.
Because it is a double-elimination tournament, the Warhawks needed one win over UW-River Falls but fell short twice.
There will be no repeat for the men’s club rugby team.
The Warhawks’ road to last season’s 7-3 win over Middlebury in the national championship began in Cottage Grove, but that was where the journey ended this season.
No competition is too big and no wave is too small when it comes to the Waterski and Wakeboarding Club here at UW-Whitewater.
Club president Dylan Snyder wants to create awareness of the clubs growth here on campus.
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.
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Led by a number of conference champion performances, the men’s and women’s track and field teams posted competitive scores in the nation’s top NCAA Division-III conference.
For the men, junior Marcus Smith and freshman Mike Judd earned individual conference titles in the 110-meter hurdles and triple jump, respectively.
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.