No State Golfers At Match Play Event, Wilson At Puerto Rico Open

(Undated) — No Wisconsin golfers are competing in the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play event in Austin, Texas. Pewaukee native Mark Wilson is playing in a regular tournament on the PGA Tour, the Puerto Rico Open which begins Thursday in Rio Grande. The senior Champions Tour is off this weekend.

Bucks Beat Portland, Stay Seventh In Playoff Standings

(Portland, OR)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks score the final six points of the game to beat the Trail Blazers 93-90 in Portland on Tuesday night. Khris Middleton made an eight foot shot in the lane to give Milwaukee a one point lead with two minutes and 15 seconds left and the Bucks hung on as More >

Gard: UW’s Sweet 16 Opponent Florida Has “Efficient” Defense

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin is preparing for what coach Greg Gard calls an “efficient” defense from Florida in their NCAA Sweet 16 men’s basketball matchup on Friday night in New York. The Gators advanced by holding Virginia to a season low 29 percent shooting in a second round game last Sunday that Florida won by More >

Pina’s Three Run Homer Puts Brewers Past Dodgers

(Glendale, AZ)  —  Brewers’ catcher Manny Pina hits a three run homer to give Milwaukee a 5-4 exhibition victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday in Glendale, Arizona. The blast was Pina’s third of the spring and it came in the fifth inning off Dodgers’ left hander Luis Avilan, after LA starter Hyun Jin More >

Brewers’ Denson Retires; Was Baseball’s First Openly Gay Player

(Glendale, AZ)  —  Brewers’ minor leaguer David Denson has retired, 17 months after he became pro baseball’s first openly gay player. The 22-year-old Denson says his retirement had nothing to do with his decision to announce his sexual preference in August of 2015. He says he’ll try to build a career as a personal athletic More >

Pro Soccer Playoffs: Wave Eliminated By Baltimore

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Milwaukee Wave has ended their season with a 2-1 home loss to Baltimore in a mini game that decided the Major Arena Soccer League’s Eastern Conference Finals. The Wave tied the series with an 8-4 victory in Game Two on Tuesday night. But in the deciding 15 minute mini game, Tony More >

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NCAA: Badgers A More Experienced Bunch Than Florida

(Madison, WI)  —  If Wisconsin has an edge in the NCAA men’s Sweet 16, it’s experience. The Badgers have four seniors who’ve played in at least ten national tournament games, Bronson Koenig and Nigel Hayes with 16 each, Vitto Brown with eleven, and Zak Showalter with ten. Hayes and Koenig are both 13-3 in their More >

Marquette Guard Wilson To Graduate, Play Final Year Somewhere Else

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Marquette guard Duane Wilson will graduate in May, and then play his final year of college eligibility somewhere else as a graduate student. After Marquette lost to South Carolina in the NCAA Friday night, Wilson talked about building on the Golden Eagles’ successes next year but on Monday, he put out an More >

Bucks Play At Portland, Still Seventh In Playoff Chase

(Portland, OR)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks will try to keep the Number seven playoff spot in the NBA’s Eastern Conference when they play at Portland Tuesday. The Bucks are one half game ahead of both Detroit and Miami for the eighth and final slot but a higher seed would let them avoid the conference leader More >