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Women’s cross country sees growth

Kaitlin Geisler, Assistant Women's Sports Editor November 28, 2022

The women’s cross country team’s season ended with the team earning 12th in the NCAA regional meet on Nov. 12th. The team’s top runner of the meet, sophomore Ari De La Cerda placed 33rd at 23:09. “Coming...

Men’s cross country ready for the long haul

Men’s cross country ready for the long haul

Nick Walczak, Men’s Sports Journalist September 4, 2022

The UW-Whitewater men’s cross-country team’s 2022 campaign launches Sept. 10 at the Ken Weidt Invitational hosted by Concordia University-Wisconsin in Mequon, WI, where the team looks to start off...

Warhawk Cross Country Star Leads Young Squad

Warhawk Cross Country Star Leads Young Squad

Mikey Rottier, , Women’s Sports Editor September 4, 2022

Coming off a strong track season this past spring, Senior Paige Fassbender anticipates another strong showing for herself in the upcoming cross country season this fall. Fassbender led the Warhawk women’s...

A runner runs through the finish line giving it all they got.

Whitewater run brings the community together

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor September 19, 2021

Run. Just run. Don’t stop. And especially don't stop when running means dollars will go to important local charities. Yes, it is that time of year again to rediscover our city through the 9th annual...

Whitewaters Freshman Chris Allen battles out a Washington U. competitor in the race to the finish line of the Tom Hoffman Invitational in Whitewater on Sept. 18, 2021.

Warhawks power through the finish line

Nay Salter, Sports Editor September 19, 2021

It’s a big day for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater’s Men’s cross country team since they won another big meet this weekend. The team competed in the Tom Hoffman Invitational on Sept. 18, which...

Freshman Jack Mcginn competes in the pole vault during the Warhawks track & field meet
against UW-Oshkosh.

Track and field runs to success

Nay Salter, Assistant Sports Editor February 28, 2021

The track and field team ended the indoor season with a bang against Platteville Friday, Feb. 26 at 4 p.m. in the Kachel Fieldhouse. The Warhawks went above and beyond for this meet, winning 16 individual...

Camardo in the running for special year

Erika Marion, Assistant Sports Editor February 18, 2019

A lot of people want to be noticed at some point in their lives. They want their hard work to pay off. Julia Camardo is doing just that. She is one of 50 players on the NFCA’s preseason watch list...

Hawk Hike: no gym, outdoor workout

April 8, 2015

April 8, 2015 By Alena Purpero As we slowly, but, surely proceed into warm weather, the temperature will go up and our attention span goes down. I, for one, can feel my inner antsy 8-year-old self...

Marathoner shares stories and shoes

April 27, 2011
When a worn pair of running shoes fall apart at the seems they are usually retired, in most cases, to the garbage. Yet, for world class ultra marathoner Roy Pirrung, his retired shoes are not only going to a good cause, they also create a timeline of his running career when put together. Pirrung, a Sheboygan resident, has won 64 national championship medals and 12 world championship medals. He has also run in 17 different countries and 35 states. Despite his great accomplishments, he didn’t consider himself an “athlete” at first.

Boston Marathon has local feel

April 14, 2010

Getting cut from a collegiate sport can end some athletic careers, but for junior Griffin Schroeder it has fueled his. While Schroeder did not make the UW-Whitewater cross country team his sophomore...

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