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Brewers Face Dodgers

(Phoenix, AZ)  —  After a day off at Spring Training, the Milwaukee Brewers return Tuesday afternoon to play the Los Angeles Dodgers in an exhibition at Camelback Ranch in Arizona. Right hander Matt Garza will start for the Crew, and two outfield starters are expected to return from injuries. Center fielder Keon Broxton has had More >

Packers High On Kenny Clark

(Green Bay, WI)  —  After coming on strong late in his rookie season, Kenny Clark is expected to play a bigger role for the Green Bay Packers this fall. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Clark might move into the nose tackle slot on running plays, and a more roving defensive lineman spot on passing plays More >

Three Wisconsin Players Make D3 All American Men’s, Women’s Teams

(Undated)  —  Ty Sabin of Ripon College has been named to the national Division Three All American basketball first team from D3hoops.com. Alex Herink of UW River Falls made the men’s second squad, and Taylor Schmidt of Oshkosh was a women’s honorable mention. Sabin, a senior guard, led all Division Three players with almost 31 More >

Brewers Off, Will Play Dodgers Tuesday

(Phoenix, AZ)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers are off Monday, and will play the Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday in an exhibition contest in Arizona. The regular season begins in two weeks and it appears that veteran Kirk Niewenhuis will be the team’s fourth outfielder behind Ryan Braun, Keon Broxton, and Domingto Santana. The 29-year-old Nieuwenhuis is More >

Bucks’ Monroe Fined $35,000 For Altercation Against Lakers

(New York, NY)  —  The NBA has fined Milwaukee Bucks’ center Greg Monroe $35,000 for an altercation during Friday night’s four point Milwaukee victory against the Lakers in LA. Nick Young of the Lakers was fined $25,000 for starting the shoving match. Monroe was fined for shoving Young above his shoulders, and the Lakers’ D’Angelo More >

Coaches All State Teams Named

(Undated)  —  The state basketball coaches’ association has named its boys high school All State teams in five divisions following the state tournament this past weekend. The unanimous choices in Division One were Joey Hauser of three time state champion Stevens Point, and Terrence Lewis of Milwaukee Riverside. John Diener of Cedarburg, Tyler Herro of More >

Badger Men’s Hockey Season Has Ended, New Poll Has Them 17th

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin just barely misses the NCAA men’s hockey tournament field of 16. The Badgers ended their season Saturday in a 2-1 double overtime loss to Penn State in the title game of the Big Ten Tournament. Today, US College Hockey Online ranked the Badgers at Number 17, just one place below the More >

NCAA Men’s Tourney: Duke Loses, UW Lowest Seed Of East Finalists

(Greenville, SC)  —  Wisconsin will not get a possible rematch against Duke in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. The second seeded Blue Devils were upset by Number seven South Carolina 88-81 late Sunday night. Sindarius Thornwell had 24 points for the Gamecocks, who beat Marquette by 20 points on Friday night. Eighth seeded Wisconsin is More >

UWM Women Beat Saint Francis, Advance To WBI Semis

(Loretto, PA)  —  The UW Milwaukee women’s basketball team has advanced to the semifinals of the Women’s Basketball Invitational with a 67-57 win at Saint Francis of Pennsylvania. The Panthers made 12 of 14 free throws to preserve a lead down the stretch, and Jamie Reit made a key three pointer with 39 seconds left. More >

Badgers Blanked By Clarkson In NCAA Women’s Hockey Title Game

(St. Charles, MO)  —  The Wisconsin women’s hockey team loses its nearly season long bid for national prominence, when it lost to Clarkson 3-0 in Sunday’s NCAA title game in Saint Charles, Missouri. The Badgers led at least one national poll all season, while having Division One’s top offense with a little more than four More >