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.

UW-Stevens Point ended UW-Whitewater's men's basketball team's unbeaten streak at 11 Wednesday night with a 64-51 win in the WIAC opener.

UW-W won a pair of home games over the weekend to improve to 7-0 and sat at No. 12 in the 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.

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.

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.”

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.