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Women’s basketball loses in battle of ’Hawks

Women’s basketball loses in battle of ’Hawks

Er, Assistant Sports Editor

December 10, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

The No. 22 women’s basketball team fell short to Coe College (Iowa) in a non-conference matchup at Kachel Gymnasium Dec. 8 with a score of 68-63. The Warhawks’ overall record now is 4-3. They were held to a 39.4 shooting percentage throughout the game but held a 35-28 rebounding advantage, which helped ...

Warhawks’ journey comes to an end

Tyler Job, Sports Editor

December 10, 2018


Filed under carousel, Sports

After an undefeated regular season and 36th WIAC championship, the No. 5 UW-Whitewater football team fell short of the Stagg Bowl in the NCAA DIII semifinal against No. 2 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas. The Warhawks conclude their season with a 13-1 overall record. UW-W has not a...

Warhawks move on to semifinal

Warhawks move on to semifinal

Tyler Job, Sports Editor

December 4, 2018


Filed under carousel, Sports

Five Whitewater turnovers helped the No. 5 Warhawk football team pull away from No. 11 Bethel University (Minn.), 26-12, in the national quarterfinal round Dec. 1 at Perkins Stadium. The win sends the 13-0 Whitewater squad to a semifinal matchup at No. 2 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (Texas) next...

Men’s hoops shoot for comeback

Men’s hoops shoot for comeback

Dylan Piccolo, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2018


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Last season, the Warhawks lost their first-round matchup in the WIAC tournament against UW-River Falls. The season did not finish the way they wanted, and it was telling they would be back ready to go with six of their seven leading scorers back on the hardwood for the 2018-19 season. UW-W is curren...

Warhawks advance to quarterfinal

Warhawks advance to quarterfinal

Tyler Job, Sports Editor

November 28, 2018


Filed under carousel, Sports

Two down, three to go. After defeating Eureka College (Ill.) 67-14 Nov. 17, the No. 5 Warhawk football squad dominated St. Norbert College 54-21 in the NCAA playoffs second round Nov. 24 at Perkins Stadium, advancing to the quarterfinals against No. 11 Bethel University (Minn.). UW-W improves to 12-0...

Volleyball ends season in second round

Volleyball ends season in second round

Dylan Piccolo, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under carousel, Sports

The No. 18 women’s volleyball team rolled into Grand Rapids, Michigan for their 26th NCAA Tournament appearance in the last 27 seasons, but fell short to regional host and No. 1 Calvin College (Mich.) in the second round, 3-1. The loss ended the Warhawks’ season, finishing with a 25-8 overall record ...

Warhawks and Wizardry

Jeffrey Wardon, Jr., Biz & Tech Editor

November 5, 2018


Filed under Biz & Tech

A festive band of Warhawks created a supernatural experience like none other last week. The Warriors and Wizards Festival, hosted in Jefferson County from Oct. 19-21, brought together a talented group of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater students and faculty members to celebrate geek culture rangi...

Women’s soccer vs. Viterbo and River Falls

Dylan Piccolo, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2018


Filed under Sports

It was a huge week for the women’s soccer team as it was able to sneak into the WIAC tournament in its final week of regular season play. The team’s first match was a non-conference showdown on the road at Viterbo University. The Warhawks got on the board first with senior defender Payton DeLuga...

Women’s soccer clinches WIAC tournament berth

Dylan Piccolo, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2018


Filed under Sports

The women’s soccer team was able to sneak into the WIAC tournament in its final week of regular season play. The team’s first match was a non-conference showdown on the road at Viterbo University. The Warhawks got on the board first with senior defender Payton DeLuga’s third goal of the season in...

Women’s tennis claims another WIAC title

Women’s tennis claims another WIAC title

Alyssa Brooks, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2018


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A winning tradition is an important theme for UW-Whitewater athletics, and the women’s tennis team just added to that. After completing a dominant fall schedule, the Warhawks went on to win their 12th straight Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title Oct. 21. The tournament took place at Nielsen ...

Football continues season-long dominance

Football continues season-long dominance

Tyler Job, Sports Editor

October 22, 2018


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The No. 6 football team’s winning streak is now at 13 dating back to last season thanks to a dominant 44-7 homecoming victory against UW-River Falls Oct. 20. The howling 25 miles per hour wind gusts at Perkins Stadium made it more difficult than usual for both squads. Coming into the game, head coach Kevin...

Vukmir draws large crowd

Vukmir draws large crowd

Killian Jauch, News Editor

October 22, 2018


Filed under carousel, News

The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College Republicans hosted Wisconsin Senate candidate Leah Vukmir Oct. 17. Vukmir is currently closest competitor to incumbent Sen. Tammy Baldwin. The event drew a large crowd, nearly filling a lecture hall in Hyland Hall, and members of the group who put the event ...

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