The Advance-Titan

UWO wins eight straight after slow start

Ryne Prinz

April 2, 2015

Over spring break, UW Oshkosh students tend to travel to warmer places to escape the fluctuating Wisconsin temperatures. The men’s baseball team also took a trip to a warmer place, but they did so to play ball. The team traveled down to Florida, where it played and won six games. It played its games...

Titans grab attention from NFL scouts

Austin Walther

March 18, 2015

The UW Oshkosh football team had the privilege to have three of its players looked at by low-end regional National Football League scouts on the morning of March 16 on J.J. Keller Field at Titan Stadium. Head coach Pat Cerroni sent in a list of three juniors to the NFL: offensive lineman Sam Versnik,...

UWO men’s track takes eighth at Division III Nationals

Alonzo Fuller

March 18, 2015

The UW Oshkosh men’s track and field team capped off its indoor season after an eighth place finish at the National Colligate Athletic Association Indoor Nationals, finishing with 19 points. UW-Eau Claire won the championship with 62 points, with rival UW-La Crosse right behind them with 60. “Eau...

UWO tennis begins its spring season

Ryne Prinz

March 18, 2015

Both the women and men’s tennis teams took to the court this past weekend. As the women began the spring portion of their season and the men have hit the mid-way point, both teams have had their fair share of tough opponents thus far. On Saturday, the ladies faced off against undefeated Carthage...

Women’s track places second at nationals

Craig Skibo

March 18, 2015

UW Oshkosh women’s track and field finished second in the NCAA Div. III Indoor Track & Field Championship last weekend in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with a team score of 49. Oshkosh came into the meet as two-time defending champions but lost out to Wisconsin Intercolligate Athletic Conference...

Gymnasts focus on family during 2015 season

Levi Zimmerman

March 18, 2015

The 2015 UW Oshkosh gymnastics team says it prides itself on hard work, goal setting, dedication and having fun in the process. “What I enjoyed this year was that we had a goal each week,” sophomore Kylie Fischer said. “Coach would come in at the beginning of each week and read us a quote she...

UWO Gymnastics edges Golden Gusties

Michael Johrendt

March 12, 2015

"The March 6 matchup that had UW Oshkosh against Gustavus Adolphus College women’s gymnastics resulted in the Titans getting their fifth win of the season by a score of 182.15 to 179.3 points. This two-team meet included the vault, uneven parallel bars, balance beam and floor exercise events,...

Men’s track sends 10 competitors to national meet

Craig Skibo

March 12, 2015

"UW Oshkosh men’s track and field team has 10 athletes moving on to the NCAA Divsion III Indoor Championships in Winston-Salem, North Carolina after competing in the UW Stevens Point and Carthage Qualifiers last week. Senior Brian Beaudo ran a personal record time of 49.10 seconds in the 400-meter...

Titan track heads to nationals

Ryne Prinz

March 11, 2015

"This past weekend, the UW Oshkosh women’s track team competed in the Carthage Final Qualifier and the Pointer Qualifier. These two meets represented the final opportunities to clinch a bid to the national meet. In order to qualify in an event, the ladies had to land in the top 17 places in the...

Young roster presents new challenge for men’s tennis

Levi Zimmerman

March 11, 2015

"The 2015 UW Oshkosh men’s tennis team may be young, but what the team lacks in experience it makes up in hard work and determination. Head coach Daniel Bickett said he understands the challenge of a young team, but is pleased with how the team is progressing. “If there were three words used...

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