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Not many athletes can say they’ve gone undefeated at any level, but after a win on Senior Day over Gustavus Adolphus College Saturday, the women’s gymnastics team has finished the regular season with a perfect record.
After a drought of 20 years, the ninth ranked UW-Whitewater wrestling team finally won the WIAC title.
The UW-Whitewater women’s basketball team fell short against UW-Stevens Point on Saturday, losing 80-61 in the WIAC Championship game.
The Warhawks came into the WIAC Tournament with an opportunity to keep their playoff fate in their hands.
Although things didn’t go the way it wanted them to this last week, the baseball team is still in prime position to make a postseason run. The Warhawks will travel to UW-Stevens Point to face UW-Oshkosh at 10 a.m. in the opening game of the WIAC tournament.
With an undefeated record and a No. 1 ranking, the back-to-back WIAC champion gymnastics team looks to complete its last goal: To win nationals.
There were plenty of question marks regarding the women’s basketball team entering the 2010-2011 season. After all, they lost many seniors from last year’s WIAC title squad and have three freshman in the starting lineup. A problem? Not for head coach Keri Carollo’s team, which is actually in better shape in the conference standings and rankings than it was at this time last year.