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... Read more »
Lexie Sondgeroth is only a freshman at UW-Whitewater and she is already making a name for herself as a successful track athlete.
She currently holds a total of eight season-best times, four from the indoor season and four from... Read more »
The men’s and women’s track and field teams finished eighth and 21st respectively at the NCAA Division-III Indoor Championships this last weekend.
The Warhawks sent 10 athletes to Grinnell College for the championships... Read more »
The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the WIAC Indoor Championships Saturday, with the men placing second while the women finished fourth.
On the men’s side, first-place finishes included freshman Mike... Read more »
UW-Whitewater men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in their first conference meet of the season Friday.
The men placed first with 214 points and the women finished second with 145 points.
On the men’s ... Read more »
On Saturday the men’s and women’s track and field teams won the Rocky Rococo’s Invitational by a landslide.
Accolades on the men’s side were plentiful, as 12 of the competition’s 18 events were won by the Warhawks.
Firs... Read more »
After one of their best finishes in program history last season, the women’s track and field team looks to contend within the conference once again. The team opens up the indoor season with the Alumni meet on Dec. 10 in... Read more »
The women’s track and field team tied for 24th in the NCAA Division III Women’s Indoor Track and Field championship in Columbus, Ohio, last weekend.
The ’Hawks total of nine points and their 24th place finish are the... Read more »
Talk about turning the tables.
Starting the season slow, sophomore JoLyn Owen has turned the season into one she will never forget.
Owen, who a week ago was named the co-field performer of the WIAC... Read more »
When thinking of powerhouse women’s track and field programs, the UW-Whitewater coaches and players know not many think of them as one.
Part of the reason is that in the last three years they haven’t contended for a conference championship and have finished in the bottom-half at the year-end... Read more »