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Women’s track takes third in WIAC outdoor opener

Craig Skibo

April 9, 2015

UW Oshkosh women’s track and field finished third at the UW-Whitewater Invitational on Saturday, April 3 with an overall team score of 132. Taking first in the meet was Whitewater with a score of 182. Placing second was Stevens Point. In its first outdoor meet, Oshkosh had three first-place finishes...

UWL spoils the Titans WIAC home opener

Levi Zimmerman

April 9, 2015

The Titan baseball team looked to hit the ground running as they began conference play. With 13 returning letter winners, including five position players and four pitchers, as well as a mix of young talent, the Titans look to make themselves heard in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference....

Softball sweeps UWP, wins seventh straight

Ryne Prinz

April 9, 2015

UW Oshkosh softball began Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play on April 8. Sweeping UW-Platteville, 3-2 and 16-2, in two-game series. Oshkosh’s freshman pitcher Clare Robbes started the first of two games. But, after the Pioneers got 7 hits and 2 runs in the first three innings, coach...

Men’s Track places fourth at Whitewater Invitational

Austin Walther

April 9, 2015

The UW Oshkosh men’s track and field team began outdoor competition at the UW-Whitewater Invitational and finished with 114.5 points for fourth-place out of nine competing teams. The fifth-ranked Warhawks won the competition with 218 points followed by UW-Stevens Point with 148 points, Michigan Tech...

Softball wins seven in Florida

Austin Walther

April 2, 2015

The UW Oshkosh women’s softball team sealed its seventh victory out of 10 games over spring break in Clermont, Florida. The team reached its goal of seven wins, and head coach Scott Beyer said he likes where the team is headed. “The trip wasn’t all about wins and losses,” Beyer said. “It was also...

UWO coaches work hard to find the perfect fit

Alonzo Fuller

April 2, 2015

Head coach Pat Juckem and the men’s basketball team are getting better every year, as he brought in a winning record this past season. The team made an appearance in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament championship game after a surprise victory to the eventual national champions...

Men’s tennis looks to improve on year

Levi Zimmerman

April 2, 2015

The 2015 men’s tennis team looks to continue its push for a national bid by building on its consistent improvement and performing well in its upcoming conference matches. The Titans have had a tough go of it thus far, competing against multiple regionally ranked teams and falling short to those...

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...

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