UW-Whitewater rushes for 500 yards, nine touchdowns in dominating first-round playoff win Saturday at Perkins Stadium.
The NCAA Division III football playoffs begin Saturday, with UW-Whitewater putting one of the nation's top defenses to the test against perhaps the best running back in DIII football.
The UW-Whitewater men's basketball team returns its top five scorers from last year with the 2018-19 season set to begin Tuesday with a game at Anderson (Indiana).
With three starters, who were the team’s top three scorers, graduated and gone, the UW-Whitewater women’s basketball coach knows her group needs to develop a new identity.
And yet the other WIAC head coaches and sports information directors tabbed the Warhawks to win the league title in their preseason poll.
Warhawks await NCAA Division III opening-round playoff oppenent, which will be announced this afternoon
Anna Kemp had 26 kills and 17 digs and Sarah DeVries added 17 kills and 26 assists as Calvin College (Mich.) eliminated the UW-Whitewater women's volleyball team from the NCAA Division III tournament Friday, 25-23, 25-18, 28-30, 25-17 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The new Rattlers men's basketball team has been a popular youth coach for 20 years in Janesville and Beloit.
The senior has thrown multiple touchdown passes in seven games this season, has put himself near the top of some of the NCAA Division III passing categories and has UW-W at 9-0 heading into the team's regular-season finale Saturday at UW-Platteville.
Janesville Craigh graduated Hozai Ceballos and his UW-Whitewater teammates finished off a 13-5-1 regular season with a 3-0 victory over UW-Platteville on Halloween. They'll find out if they make the field today.
Top-seeded UW-Eau Claire beat the second-seeded Warhawks in four sets Saturday night, earning the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament championship. The Blugolds won, 25-22, 25-20, 18-25, 28-26.
Warhawks senior quarterback Cole Wilber fired three touchdown passes and caught another, while the defense overwhelmed the Pointers to lead fourth-ranked Whitewater (9-0) to its 36th conference championship with a 59-7 victory over UW-Stevens Point.
UW-Stevens Point, which beat nationally ranked UW-Oshkosh last weekend, comes to Whitewater on Saturday as the Warhawks attempt to wrap up an outright WIAC championship.
UW-Whitewater beat UW-Oshkosh in four sets Thursday night to advance to the WIAC championship at Eau Claire on Saturday.
Sophomore running back Alex Peete ran for 154 yards and three touchdowns and nine different Warhawks caught passes in Whitewater’s 40-10 victory over UW-Stout at Menomonie.
UW-Whitewater jumped out to a 31-0 halftime lead and cruised the rest of the way to send 7,116 chilly fans home with a 44-7 Homecoming victory Saturday afternoon at Perkins Stadium.
UW-Whitewater's football team is 6-0, ranked No. 6 in the nation in Division III and has allowed 19 points total this season, but the Warhawks still have room for improvement, including in the area of turnover margin.
UW-Whitewater's women's golf team, led by juniors Ashley Hofmeister and CheyAnn Knudsen--a Milton native--recently won its second straight WIAC title, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament this spring.
Warhawks outgain Blugolds 501-164.
The UW-Whitewater football team takes its perfect record and its evolving offense on the road this Saturday to face UW-Eau Claire.
The Warhawks shot 942 over three rounds, finishing 12 strokes ahead of second-place UW-Stout (954).
The Warhawks shut out No. 10-ranked Oshkosh on Saturday and have given up just 19 points through five games this season, showing their defense just might be capable of leading a championship charge.
The stats showed a complete, dominating performance from the eighth-ranked Warhawks, who did a little bit of everything to gain the upper hand in the WIAC race and earn an important resume-building victory.
No. 8-ranked UW-Whitewater hosts No. 10 UW-Oshkosh in a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football game at 2 p.m. Saturday.
The Whitewater native caught 463 passes during his college football career--an NCAA record. He was inducted into the University of Dubuque Athletic Hall of Fame on Sept. 22.
The Warhawks (1-0 in WIAC, 4-0 overall) outgained La Crosse 418-158 and used a 27-0 second half to down the Eagles 30-7 in a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory Saturday at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
UW-Whitewater's football team cruised to a 3-0 start through the nonconference portion of its season and now opens WIAC play Saturday at UW-La Crosse.
Harry Henschler said in the weeks leading up to his senior season at UW-Whitewater that he wanted to be the best defensive player in Division III college football.
Sophomore running back Alex Peete rushed for four touchdowns in UW-Whitewater's season opener last week. The Warhawks host Concordia Moorhead (Minnesota) on Saturday.
The Warhawks, ranked No. 12 in the nation in Division III, open their season Saturday at Dubuque.
Janesville natives Harry Henschler and Nate Trewyn--who went to Janesville Craig High and Milton High, respectively--are two of UW-Whitewater's three captains this season.
UW-Whitewater head football coach Kevin Bullis and his team have opened spring practice with a chip on their shoulders after going 7-3 and missing the playoffs in 2017.
The UW-Whitewater baseball team was eliminated from an NCAA Division III regional Sunday after dropping two games, 6-3 to Rhodes and 4-1 to Texas-Tyler, in Sauget, Illinois.
Daytona Bryden homered and drove in three runs and Austin Jones pitched 5 1/3 innings of effective relief as the UW-Whitewater baseball team defeated the University of Texas-Tyler 8-2 on Saturday for its second NCAA regional win in Sauget, Illinois.
The Illinois Wesleyan Titans swept the Warhawks, 7-0 and 3-0, on Saturday in Bloomington, Illinois, to win the best-of-three Division III Super Regional and advance to next weekend's championship tournament in Oklahoma City.
Mallory Klotz hit an RBI single in the top of the seventh as the UW-Whitewater softball team defeated Illinois Wesleyan 1-0 on Friday.
Klotz drives in winning run with two-out single
The Warhawks head coach recently celebrated her 600th career win and is in the midst of her 20th season with the team. Whitewater begin NCAA Division III regional play at 11:30 a.m. Saturday
The WIAC will wrap up its baseball season with makeup games this weekend rather than the previously scheduled conference tournament.
The 2017 Janesville Craig graduate has started 33 games and counting for the Big Ten-leading Wolverines, who are in the midst of a 20-game winning streak
The Warhawks are ranked No. 2 in the country, according to D3baseball.com, and have an 8-2 record after a nonconference doubleheader sweep of Ripon on Friday.
Wisconsin still searching for first title after five trips to Final Four
A pair of college basketball coaches with UW-Whitewater ties have helped lead their teams to the NCAA Tournament. T.J. Otzelberger, a former Warhawks player, is the head coach at South Dakota State. Nate Oats, a former UW-W assistant, is head coach at Buffalo.
Gustavus Adolphus outscored Whitewater 44-23 in the second half, including a blistering 22-8 run in the final seven minutes, and rolled to a 74-60 victory in an NCAA Division 3 second-round game
Wolverines upset Michigan State
Whitewater stormed out to a 37-18 halftime and never looked back en route to a commanding 81-46 victory Friday