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Brown Jr. sets record, Warhawks split week

photo by Julia Graff / Assistant Photo Editor

Tyler Job, Sports Editor

January 29, 2019

Warhawk men’s basketball has gone 3-5 in the WIAC since their 11-0 regular season start after splitting games against UW-Platteville on the road Jan. 23 and UW-La Crosse at Kachel Gymnasium Jan. 26. Whitewater took down the Pioneers, 88-80, with much of the credit going to senior forward Melvin Brown ...

Women’s volleyball takes WIAC runner-up spot

photo by Grace Holler / Photo Editor

Erika Marion, Assistant Sports Editor

October 29, 2018

The No. 18 women’s volleyball team split its week of competition by handily sweeping UW-La Crosse at home Oct. 24 then falling to No. 13 and Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champion UW-Eau Claire 3-1 on the road Oct. 26. The Warhawks’ victory against UW-L came on Spooky Spike Night...

Wrestlers slice through D-III competition

January 28, 2015

Jan. 28, 2015 By Chris Clapper In the last conference dual meet of the year, the UW-Whitewater Warhawks wrestling team participated in the WIAC conference match up against the No. 5 ranked UW-LaCrosse Eagles. Both teams entered the night undefeated in the conference, they were again wrestling for...

Women’s Basketball: Warhawks hand Titans first loss of the season

January 10, 2014

  Jan. 8 By Daniel Schoettler The UW-Whitewater women’s basketball team won a close WIAC game against the previously undefeated UW-Oshkosh Titans 72-66 Wednesday night in Kachel gym.  The win keeps the Warhawks undefeated in WIAC play so far this season at 4-0. “It feels good to win at home that’s the important th...

Swim and Dive: Both teams look to make big splash in WIAC


February 4, 2013

By Jenny Dupuis The Warhawks men’s and women’s swim and dive team started their season off with low expectations. Given time, they believed that that assumption was a mistake. In a turn of events, they are off to strategizing their winning plans for conferences. “I think we are looking bett...

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