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McCarthy Defends Keeping Dom Capers As Pack’s Defensive Chief

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Green Bay Packers’ coach Mike McCarthy says he knows firsthand that a fresh start is not always the best thing for someone who’s struggling, and that’s why he’s sticking with Dom Capers as the Pack’s defensive coordinator, despite what has become annual calls by fans to let him go. On an ESPN/Milwaukee More >

D3 Baseball Tourney: Whitewater Puts Saint Norbert On Ropes

(Whitewater, WI)  —  UW Whitewater wins its opener in the NCAA Division Three baseball tournament, with a 4-2 victory against Saint Norbert on Thursday. The Warhawks advanced in the winner’s bracket of the Midwest Regional at Whitewater, and they’ll play UW La Crosse in the second round late Friday afternoon while eighth seeded Saint Norbert More >

NHL Playoffs: Anaheim OT Win Ties West Finals With Nashville

(Nashville, TN) — Five former Milwaukee Admirals are involved in all the scoring for Nashville, which lost 3-2 in overtime to Anaheim as the NHL Western Conference Finals are now tied at two games apiece. Corey Perry scored more than ten minutes into the extra period to give the Ducks their victory. Milwaukee is Nashville’s More >

ARCA Racing: Eagle River’s Natalie Decker To Compete

(Toledo, OH)  —  Eagle River native Natalie Decker will compete in three car races in the ARCA series, starting on Sunday in Toledo, Ohio. The 19-year-old Decker says the biggest thing so far was choosing a racing team, and she’s with Venturini Motorsports which has about 100 drivers and 26 victories on the ARCA circuit. More >

Brewers’ Starter Peralta Demoted To Bullpen

(San Diego, CA)  —  Brewers’ starter Wily Peralta is demoted to the bullpen. Manager Craig Counsell announced the move Wednesday, after the right hander gave up six earned runs to the New York Mets last Sunday as his ERA grew to 6.08. Counsell wants to revive a struggling Milwaukee starting corps which has the Majors’ seventh More >

Packers’ QB Rodgers To Play In Web.Com Golf Event

(Greer, SC)  —  Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers will play in a golf tournament Thursday on the Web.com Tour, the secondary tour for the PGA. Rodgers will be the amateur partner for PGA pro John Mallinger at the BMW Charity Pro Am in Greer, South Carolina. Their tee time is 8:20 am on the Furman University More >

College Golf: Marquette 13th At NCAA Regional; D3 Tourney Half Done

(Undated)  —  The season has ended for the Marquette men’s golf team, after it finished 13th among 14 schools at their NCAA Division One regional in Sammamish, Washington. The Golden Eagles were 47 strokes above par at 899 for three rounds, 36 strokes behind Penn State, the fifth and final team to advance to the More >

NBA East Finals: Crowder Gets 21 As Boston Gets Crushed

(Boston, MA)  —  Former Marquette forward Jae Crowder scores a team high tying 21 points, but it’s not enough as his Boston Celtics got crushed at home by Cleveland, 117-104 in the opener of the NBA’s East Finals. The Cavaliers led by 28 early in the third quarter, after concerns that Cleveland would be rusty More >

NHL East Finals: Ex Badger Turris Helps Ottawa Win Game Three

(Ottawa, ON)  —  Former Wisconsin Badger Kyle Turris has one goal and one assist to help the Ottawa Senators in a 5-1 home victory against Pittsburgh. The Senators took a two games to one lead in their best of seven NHL Eastern Conference Finals. Madison area native Phil Kessel assisted on Pittsburgh’s only goal in More >

Brewers Score Five In First To Beat Padres, 6-2

(San Diego, CA)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers score five runs in the first inning Tuesday night to win at San Diego, 6-2. The Crew had five singles and a two run double from Manny Pina in the opening frame, all off Padres’ starter Clayton Richard, who went six innings, struck out seven, and fell to 2-5. More >