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Firebirds advance to Elite Eight

Firebirds Zach Bulthuis and Matt Slivinski both posted double-digit kills as the Carthage College Men’s Volleyball Team notched their first win of NCAA tournament play. Bulthuis posted 12 kills, while Slivinski had 10 kills and six service aces as the Firebirds dispatched Mount Union in three sets to open up tournament play.  “Zach was unreal […]

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Firebirds men’s volleyball host first weekend of NCAA Tournament

The Carthage College Firebirds’ men’s volleyball team will be hosting this weekend’s NCAA tournament action at Tarble Arena. The team earned an overall number one seed after earning the CCIW tournament title on Saturday with a 3-1 win over conference rival North Central. Slivinski and Schmidt lead Firebirds past Cardinals Leadership helped lead the Firebirds […]

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Warhawks advance to Sweet Sixteen, host second weekend of NCAA Tournament

UPDATED: The following article has been updated to include game times for the next round of the tournament. Aleah Grundahl posted two double-digit performances as the UW-Whitewater Warhawks Women’s Basketball team advanced to their first Sweet Sixteen appearance since 2014. Grundahl scored 15 against Ripon College in the first round and scored 18 against Illinois […]

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Sturtevant Native Part of NCAA-Bound Women’s Tennis Team

Allie Miller, a native of Sturtevant and graduate of Union Grove High School, is a member of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater women’s tennis team, which will host seven teams for the first three rounds of the NCAA Division III Championship this Friday-Sunday at Wangerin Courts in Whitewater. Miller, a sophomore at UW-Whitewater, is majoring in […]

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Reflections on a Buzzer Beater

The 1975 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and Cincinnati Reds is best known for its epic Game 6. What made this game so special is that its greatness was clear well before it was over. During his 10th inning at bat Pete Rose famously told Carlton Fisk “this is some kind of game, isn’t […]

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Marquette, Wisconsin Face Tough NCAA Tournament Roads

The NCAA Tournament field was announced on Sunday and both the Marquette Golden Eagles and Wisconsin Badgers will be playing for a National Championship. Granted, the likelihood of either team actually winning the title is very close to zero. But hey! Stranger things have happened. Let’s take a look at each team’s road to cutting down the […]

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Badgers Basketball: It’s all gravy from here

The NCAA Tournament is the most exciting way to evaluate the success of a college basketball season. It’s also the least accurate. A team can have a regular season for the ages, but an NCAA Tournament run that falls short of expectations will cause a black cloud to magically appear. A lot is at stake for the Wisconsin Badgers heading […]

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