Emily Gerber always had the stats. A three-time WIAC Player of the Year, Gerber has said her individual Continue…
The women’s soccer team ended its NCAA Tournament run Friday, falling 4-1 to Wheaton College in the Sweet 16.
Regardless of the loss, the Warhawks made history this season.
After earning their first-ever bid to the NCAA Tournament, the women’s soccer team has made a statement.
Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams captured WIAC titles over the weekend. For the men, it’s their third consecutive title while the women have captured their second straight.
Heading into the last week of conference play, Head Coach Greg Henschel said the Warhawks have placed themselves in the perfect position going into the WIAC Tournament.
Up to this season, the UW-Whitewater women’s soccer team has won only one game against UW-Stevens Point, going all the way back to when the series first began in 1992.
The UW-Whitewater women’s soccer team looks forward to playing UW-Stevens Point on Saturday and Head Coach Greg Henschel said the team is feeling confident.
Coming out of DeForest High School, UW-Whitewater senior Emily Gerber was a basketball player. She led the Norskies to two straight WIAA State Tournament runs and decided to play for Division-II St. Joseph’s College (Ind.).
The Warhawks are off to a strong start to the season with a record of (3-3-1). This past weekend the women tied UW-Lacrosse 0-0 and defeated Ripon College 10-1.
Coming out of a tough 12 days, the women were determined to win.