UW-Whitewater's volleyball team lost in four sets and the men's soccer team lost 1-0, both in Division III NCAA Tournament matches.
Max Meylor lead Whitewater to win last week, but head coach Kevin Bullis won't dismiss Zach Oles starting Saturday night
Rachel Butterfield knew Chloe Buescher from their time at Milton High School, but with three years between them, they never played volleyball together.
UW-Whitewater is coming off a season in which it finished 18-10 overall and 10-4 to tie for second place in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. It lost in the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.
Hall of Fame coach Pat Miller goes with freshmen, new offensive and defensive systems entering his 19th season as UW-Whitewater men's basketball head coach.
The UW-Whitewater men's basketball team lost its top seven scorers from last year to graduation, while the women's team must replace three of its five starters.
UW-Whitewater is 8-0 entering Saturday's home football game against UW-Stout. After winning 11 of 13 games by at least 20 points last year, five Warhawks victories this year have come by 10 points or less.
After spending the past three seasons as UW-Whitewater's receivers coach, Nick Pesik is now the UW-Stout offensive coordinator. The Blue Devils play UW-Whitewater at Perkins Stadium on Saturday.
Interception in final five minutes seals the Warhawks' win over La Crosse
UW-Whitewater and UW-La Crosse square off on the football field Saturday for the first time since news broke that Dubuque obtained a copy of the Warhawks' defensive playbook and forwarded it on to La Crosse.
Saturday's 1 p.m. date with UW-La Crosse will mark the fourth straight week the Warhawks have prepared for one of the top four passing offenses in the league.
Some conservative play calls had NFL coaches being second-guessed Monday. Locally speaking, though, there was nothing conservative about a decision to go for two in Milton's playoff win Friday night. Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt breaks it down.
The Falcons score first, but Whitewater takes home a 49-28 win
The UW-Whitewater football team, unbeaten and ranked No. 3 in the nation, plays its second straight road game Saturday at 1-5 UW-River Falls.
UW-Whitewater's defense did not flinch Saturday, shutting out UW-Stevens Point 38-0 in a WIAC football game.
Zach Oles has quarterbacked UW-Whitewater to a 5-0 start, completing 57 of 105 pass attempts (54.3%) for 729 yards and four touchdowns with just one interception.
The Warhawks ran for 376 yards on 65 carries as they earned a 21-14 victory against visiting UW-Platteville in WIAC football at Perkins Stadium on Saturday in front of 12,402 patrons.
Jarrod Ware’s 10-yard touchdown run in the fourth broke a 14-14 tie and helped No. 3 Whitewater squeak past No. 19 Platteville 21-14 in a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game riddled with statistical anomalies.
UW-Platteville brings its vaunted passing attack to Perkins Stadium for a battle of unbeaten teams Saturday.
UW-Whitewater's football team is plus-7 in turnover margin, while UW-Platteville is plus-10 as the team 4-0 teams get set to collide at Perkins Stadium on Saturday.
Milton High graduate CheyAnn Knudsen finished third overall and helped the UW-Whitewater women's golf team to its third straight title at the WIAC women's golf tournament Sunday.
The Warhawks shot a championship-record 933 during the 54-hole tournament, finishing eight strokes ahead of second-place UW-Stout (941).
The Warhawks were able to separate themselves in the third quarter when Eau Claire fumbled on consecutive possessions. Whitewater turned both turnovers into touchdowns.
Zach Oles and Max Meylor both saw plenty of time at quarterback for the Warhawks in their three nonconference games.
The No. 3-ranked Warhawks are averaging just 3.4 yards per carry, a number they will attempt to improve on in Saturday’s WIAC opener against UW-Eau Claire.
The third-ranked Warhawks scored 17 unanswered points to secure a 20-10 nonconference win Saturday against the Cobbers
UW-Whitewater's football team travels to take on Concordia-Moorhead this Saturday. The Cobbers blocked two punts against UW-La Crosse last weekend.
In No. 3-ranked UW-W’s 42-7 season-opening victory over Dubuque, all McGrath did was intercept two passes, recover a fumble and block a punt. He was named the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference defensive player of the week.
Photo gallery: The Warhawks scored four rushing touchdowns in their season-opening 42-7 win over visiting Dubuque on Saturday at Perkins Stadium
Alex Peete rushed for 79 yards and two touchdowns, while seniors Jarrod Ware and Ronny Ponick each added a rushing touchdown to help the Warhawks defeat the Spartans in a predictably chippy contest that included four personal foul penalties.
UW-Whitewater head football coach Kevin Bullis says his team should not use the offseason news that its playbook was leaked as motivation heading into Saturday's season opener with Dubuque.
The Warhawks will likely see Zach Oles and Max Meylor get reps at QB when they host Dubuque in a nonconference Division III football game Saturday afternoon.
On Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Pat Miller will be inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.
A bevy of blowout victories last season helped many of UW-Whitewater's non-starters a season ago gain valuable experience that they hope will help lead to another deep run in the NCAA Division III playoffs this year.
UW-Whitewater head football coach Kevin Bullis has yet to name a starting quarterback, but whoever is calling the signals will have a slew of talented backs and receivers to work with.
A slew of lopsided games a year ago helped give young players on the UW-Whitewater football team experience that should prove valuable this year.
Zach Oles and Max Meylor are the two quarterbacks likely vying to take over for three-year starter Cole Wilber at UW-Whitewater.
The Warhawks are the preseason favorites to win the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, according to a poll conducted by the league's head coaches and sports information directors.
Ryan Callahan, a 1999 Janesville Parker grad and former pitcher for UW-Whitewater, returned to Whitewater in 2007 hoping to coach. After 12 years in various positions, he was named the school's interim athletic director.
Jacob Campbell, a University of Illinois sophomore and 2018 Janesville Craig graduate, is playing baseball this summer for the Bourne Braves in the Cape Cod League.
Wisconsin hasn't had a baseball program since 1991, and likely isn't going to change than any time soon
Jack Blomgren, a 2017 Janesville Craig grad, earned second-team all-Big Ten honors at shortstop for Michigan this season. The Wolverines play at UCLA in a best-of-three Super Regional beginning Friday night at 8 p.m. on ESPN2.
After beating North Central in the double-elimination NCAA Division III Regional at Prucha Field at Miller Stadium on Friday, the Warhawks lost to Webster 7-5 and then to North Central 13-4.