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UW-Whitewater students and community members have the chance to get an inside look at the “internationally-known” UW-Whitewater wheelchair basketball teams.
It has been said that success comes through hard work.
For junior Luke Knoble, his experience with the men’s basketball team has been just that. He’s made the leap from backup to starter and has become one of the pillars for his teammates this season.
Goodbyes are always tough and for UW-Whitewater, the university had to say goodbye to head coach Greg Henschel this past week.
Henschel, who coached both the men’s and women’s soccer programs since 1999, has accepted a job as the head coach of the UW-Milwaukee women’s soccer team.
After defeating last year’s defending national champions last week, the gymnastics team stayed perfect with a win over Winona State Friday.
They will put their undefeated record to the test at 2 p.m. Feb. 12 when they host UW-Eau Claire and UW-Stout at home.
After a rough loss at UW-Stevens Point on Wednesday that ended an eight-game win streak, the women’s basketball team rebounded with a win at home against UW-Eau Claire.
Following the departure of Greg Henschel to UW-Milwaukee, Ryan Quamme assumed the position of women’s head soccer coach. He will also act as the interim coach for the men’s program until a new head coach is found.
The ninth-ranked Warhawks have won nine matches in a row and senior heavyweight Corey Anderson has been a big part of this success.
Anderson credits his teammates and assistant coach Russ Davie.
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Every February, Americans dedicate one month to celebrate the many contributions the African-American Continue…