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Bucks Lose Season Finale, Get Ready For Playoffs

(Boston, MA)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks have completed their best regular season in seven years after losing their finale at Boston, 112-94. The Bucks rested four of their top players to get ready for a first round playoff series that begins Saturday at Toronto, but the remaining Bucks kept the Celtics close until the fourth More >

Bucks Try Again To End First Round Futility

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Bucks will begin their second playoff run in coach Jason Kidd’s three seasons in Milwaukee. But the sixth seeded Bucks have not won a postseason series in 16 years, as they get set for a first round matchup that begins at 4:30 pm Saturday at third seeded Toronto. Game Two of More >

Brewers Sweep Jays, Anderson Throws Seven Inning Gem

(Toronto, ON)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers sweep their first series of the year after shutting out the Blue Jays in Toronto, 2-0. Chase Anderson gave up three hits in seven innings, walking two and striking out seven to win his first decision of the year and Neftali Feliz earned his third save. Marcus Stroman pitched More >

AHL Hockey: Milwaukee Edges Rockford

(Rockford, IL)  —  The Milwaukee Admirals win their second to last regular season game, 2-1 at Rockford. Vladislav Kamenev and rookie Yakov Trenin scored both of Milwaukee’s goals in the first period. Marek Mazanec had 27 saves as the Admirals are now locked into the third playoff seed in the American Hockey League’s Central Division More >

UW’s Carlini Wins AAU Sullivan Award

(New York, NY)  —  Wisconsin volleyball senior Lauren Carlini has won the AAU’s James Sullivan Award as the nation’s top amateur athlete. Carlini is a four time All American, and she beat out six Olympic gold medalists to become the first volleyball player, male or female, to win the Sullivan award. Carlini says she hopes More >

Brewers Win, Ruin Toronto’s Home Opener

(Toronto, ON)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers ruin Toronto’s home opener with a 4-3 victory on Tuesday night. Wily Peralta struck out seven in six innings to improve to 2-0, and Neftali Feliz earned his second save while throwing a fastball close to 101 miles per hour. The Brewers never trailed, as Keon Broxton homered and More >

Bucks’ Giannis Close To Making Statistical History

(Boston, MA)  —  Giannis Antetokounmpo has a chance to make history Wednesday as the Milwaukee Bucks close out their regular season at Boston. The 22-year-old Greek native has a chance to become the only player to finish in the NBA’s Top 20 in five categories, total points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocked shots. Antetokounmpo, a More >

Wisconsin’s Romo Honored By Dallas

(Dallas, TX)  —  The Dallas Mavericks have given Wisconsin native Tony Romo a chance to be saluted by the city’s sports fans. Romo put on an NBA uniform Tuesday night and sat on the bench for the Mavericks in their 109-91 home loss to Denver. Romo, who’s from Burlington in Racine County, retired from pro More >

Packers Cut Corner Dorleant

(Green Bay, WI) — The Green Bay Packers have released corner Makinton Dorleant, after the NFL’s transaction wire said he failed a physical. The 24-year-old Dorleant injured his right knee January first at Detroit and he was cited for disorderly conduct following a tavern incident in Cedar Falls, Iowa on March 26th in which Chicago More >

Badgers Have Solid Receiving Candidates

(Madison, WI) — Wisconsin receivers’ coach Ted Gilmore says he has four solid candidates to start opposite senior wideout Jazz Peavy this fall. They are George Rushing, who will also be a senior, sophomores Quintez Cephus and AJ Taylor, and Kendric Pryor, who will begin his eligibility after redshirting last fall. Rushing was the Badgers’ third More >