Erik Helland, an Edgerton native, is the strength and conditioning coach at University of Wisconsin. He's one of three strength coaches with local ties who are on staffs of teams in the NCAA Tournament, and Helland is one of at least four Division I strength and conditioning coaches from Edgerton.
Mike Tortorice, Hazen Rice, Nicholas Bonomo, Jaritt Shinhoster, Nick Stencel and Riley Kauzlaric will represent the Warhawks in Roanoke, Virginia, this weekend.
Anhold averaged 18.5 points, 8.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.3 blocks per game with the Wolfpack, who finished 14-13 overall and 8-6 in the North Central Community College Conference.
The UW-Whitewater women's basketball team trailed by 21 points at Washington University in St. Louis on Friday and could not recover, losing 72-56 in an NCAA Division III Tournament first-round game.
The Warhawks have won 10 of their past 12 games, and Olivia Freckmann posted nine double-doubles in her past 14 games. It all led UW-W back to the Division III NCAA Tournament for the 11th time in 12 years.
UW-Whitewater's women's basketball team, with an 18-9 record, earned an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament and will play at Washington University in St. Louis on Friday.
Pioneers avenge two regular-season defeats against Warhawks
Warhawks retain No. 2 seed in WIAC Tournament, to host semifinal game Friday night
Junior scores 16 points to help Warhawks beat River Falls; Whitewater plays at Platteville on Tuesday night.
UW-Whitewater needs home win Saturday afternoon against UW-River Falls to make six-team WIAC Tournament field
Andre Brown’s field goal with just 4.9 seconds left in the game capped a late rally and gave visiting UW-Whitewater a 79-77 victory over UW-Stout in a WIAC men’s basketball game Saturday afternoon.
The Warhawks won their eighth straight game Saturday afternoon, beating visiting UW-Stout 74-60 on Senior Day at Kachel Gymnasium.
Warhawks fall to 3-8 in the WIAC and 14-8 overall
The UW-Whitewater women's basketball team has now won six straight games after coming up clutch in a 78-70 overtime victory over first-place UW-Oshkosh on Monday night.
No. 3-ranked Oshkosh made 15 of 31 3-point attempts to down visiting UW-Whitewater 85-67 in a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men's basketball make-up game.
Three weeks ago today, the Warhawks were 8-7 overall and 1-3 in WIAC play. With a victory against No. 12-ranked Oshkosh on Monday, they'd be a game out of first place.
Freckmann's fourth straight double-double leads Warhawks past Eau Claire on Saturday
A former UW-Whitewater football assistant coach sent the Warhawks' defensive plans to an opponent ahead of the 2018 season, The La Crosse Tribune reported Sunday.
Visiting Eagles outscore Warhawks 47-33 in second half
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference teams don’t want to play UW-Whitewater now.
After battling back from a torn ACL and fighting off mononucleosis, Walworth Big Foot graduate Jackson Enz celebrated winning a national championship with his North Dakota State teammates in Frisco, Texas, earlier this month.
Melvin Brown Jr. scored a school-record 47 points Wednesday night to lead UW-Whitewater's men's basketball team to an 88-80 WIAC win over UW-Platteville.
UW-Whitewater's women's basketball team won its third straight Wednesday night with a 71-55 WIAC win over UW-Platteville.
Carly Mohns thought she was done playing basketball a year ago after four seasons at the University of Iowa. She's now a starting forward at UW-Green Bay.
Andre Brown scores 24 points in the Warhawks' 87-85 victory.
UW-Whitewater’s women’s basketball team picked up its biggest win of the season Wednesday night.
Eagles outscore Warhawks 50-30 in final 20 minutes
The Warhawks scored just two points in the second quarter, nearly rallied all the way back from a 12-point halftime deficit in the third and eventually lost 60-49.
UW-Whitewater's women's basketball team lost its second straight WIAC game Wednesday night in a 78-68 setback to UW-Stout.
Andre Brown had 20 points Wednesday night to lead UW-Whitewater's men's basketball team to an 83-60 WIAC win over UW-Stout.
The Gazette takes a look at some area graduates playing college basketball, including recent Craig graduates Jake Negus (Edgewood College) and Blake McCann (UW-Platteville) facing each other in Vegas just after Christmas.
The Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference basketball season begins Wednesday night, with UW-Whitewater's women's team hosting Stevens Point and the Warhawks men's program traveling to face the Pointers.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt takes a look at the top area, state and local high school sports storylines to watch for in 2019.
Janesville Craig senior Keeanu Benton signed his national letter of intent Wednesday to play football for the University of Wisconsin next season. Benton was a first-team all-state defensive lineman for the Cougars this past season.
UW-W won a pair of home games over the weekend to improve to 7-0 and sat at No. 12 in the d3hoops.com poll last week. The mission seems pretty simple: wins as many nonconference games in as many different ways and against as many different styles as possible.
Mary Hardin-Baylor will make its third straight trip to the Stagg Bowl after stuffing the Warhawks 31-14 Saturday afternoon in Belton, Texas
Five years ago, UW-W edged Mary Hardin-Baylor 16-15. Five years before that, the Warhawks beat the Crusaders 39-13. And on Saturday, the two teams will renew their rivalry with a game back in Belton, with each hoping to earn a spot in the Stagg Bowl—Division III’s national title game.
The former UW-Whitewater standout caught one pass on two targets from Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay's 20-17 loss at Lambeau Field.
UW-Whitewater's football team intercepted four passes and scored the first 23 points of the game in a 26-12 victory over visiting Bethel in an NCAA Division III national quarterfinal game Saturday.
Famus Hasty made two interceptions in the Warhawks’ NCAA Division III second-round playoff victory over St. Norbert last week, returning one 48 yards for a touchdown for what the Packers’ play-by-play man, Wayne Larrivee, would have called “the dagger.”
Kevin Bullis didn’t beat around the bush Wednesday.
Whitewater, winners of 18 straight games, moves on to face Bethel (Minn.), who upset North Central (Ill.) 27-24 in another second-round battle.
Henschler, a Janesville Craig High graduate, was one of 10 players this week announced as a semifinalist for the Gagliardi Trophy--essentially the Heisman of DIII football. Henschler is one of four defensive players among those 10 remaining candidates.
UW-Whitewater rushes for 500 yards, nine touchdowns in dominating first-round playoff win Saturday at Perkins Stadium.