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Pat Miller – RP Coach of the Year

Pat Miller - RP Coach of the Year

May 7, 2014

  May 7, 2014 By Kevin Cunningham Two seasons away from winning a national championship back in 2011-12, men’s head basketball coach Pat Miller entered this season with more than just a title in mind. Royal Purple’s Coach of the Year award winner and former national championship-...

Women’s Golf: ‘Hawks take 12th in IWU Fling

Women's Golf: 'Hawks take 12th in IWU Fling

April 16, 2014

  April 16, 2014 By Justin St. Peter After meets the last two weeks, the Warhawks are headed for the UW-Whitewater Spring Invite on April 18 and 19. “We are very familiar with the course,” junior Sarah Bregant said. “It is scoreable. We know we play well there. I’m hoping we will come aw...

Men’s Basketball: UW-Whitewater defeats Williams 75-73, wins second title in three years

March 25, 2014

  March 25, 2014 By Justin St. Peter Salem, Va. – Not one, not two, not three, but the UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team now has four national championships. When Williams University senior center Michael Mayer tipped in a Duncan Robinson missed jumper with 4.9 seconds left on the clock, things looked dire for the Warhawks who were down 73-72. “I thought we had won a national championship,” Robinson said. “My first thought wasn’t to get back on defense.” ’Hawks forward K.J. Evans quickly turned and fired the inbounds pass to guard Quardell Young. Young caught it at the three point line and raced down the court. Four dribbles later, he elevated from the middle of the lane. As the ball left his dominant left hand, Mayer, the Ephs’ First Team All-American, hacked him across the arm. The ball hit the left side of the rim, bounced off the back iron, and dropped in. As the crowd erupted, the referee blew the whistle fo...

Warhawks eye second final four in three seasons

Warhawks eye second final four in three seasons

March 19, 2014

  March 19, 2014 By Paul Bressler The UW-Whitewater Warhawks are heading back to Salem as their ticket to the Final Four was punched with a 74-51 victory over the Emory University Eagles in the NCAA Tournament Saturday night. “Just obviously very proud of this team and happy to be...

Men’s Basketball Column: Warhawks win, avoid Stevens Point

Men's Basketball Column: Warhawks win, avoid Stevens Point

March 19, 2014

    March 19, 2014 By Paul Bressler The NCAA Division-III Tournament is supposed to be set up in a way that each qualifying team plays against a balanced field, but in reality, each team only has to beat the teams put in front of it. The UW-Whitewater Warhawks did just that by...

Men’s Soccer: Fye’s two goals lift ’Hawks past No. 23 Illinois Wesleyan

October 18, 2012

Three goals in two minutes provided all the game’s scoring as the Warhawks’ survived the Titans’ late charge to win 2-1. The offensive cavalcade was headed by midfielder Logan Fye, who scored both of Whitewater’s goals. The action-packed game featured 8 shots in the first 15 minutes. Both teams had two shots on goal in the first half. The action was fast an...

Defense anchors football team into NCAA quarterfinals

December 2, 2009

At the football team’s annual media day session in August, Troney Shumpert had one main objective for his defensive unit in 2009. “Our goal is to be better than we were last year,” the senior defensive back said. More than three months later, as Shumpert and the Warhawks (12-0) head into Saturd...

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