UW-Stout junior Madison McCambridge shot an even-par 72 on Sunday to win DIII Midwest Classic at The Jewel in Lake City, Minn., and became the first Blue Devils women’s golfer to shoot par or better on back-to-back days in a tournament. McCambridge shot a 71 on Saturday. Her two-day total of 143 broke the UW-Stout record of 145 set by Rachel Hernandez last year. UW-Stout tied for third in the team standings. UW-Eau Claire, led by 12th-place finisher Allison Chomniak, was 13th.
There are so many things to point to as to why the UW-Eau Claire football team is 2-0 for the first time since 2010. There’s the improved running game, which is averaging 232 yards per game. Or the defense, allowing just 263.5 yards per game while surrendering just 29 regulation points. And of course, there’s the belief among the team that they can win, something that hasn’t been around in the last couple of seasons. But here’s one that — as the
Kyle Radavich threw a six-yard touchdown pass to Mitchell Gerend for the go-ahead score early in the fourth quarter as UW-Oshkosh, ranked No. 15 in the D3Football.com poll, defeated Lincoln (Mo.) 17-7 on the road on Saturday. The two teams were tied 7-7 entering the fourth quarter, and the Titans needed just over one minute to break the tie in the final period. Peyton Peterson made a 34-yard field goal with 5:31 left to play to give UW-Oshkosh some breathing room. Radavich passed for 156
The UW-Eau Claire volleyball team swept both Concordia-Moorhead (Minn.) and Edgewood at the team’s home Sandy Schumacher Memorial tournament on Saturday. Madelyn Pashibin had 21 kills and Taylor Scalia had 22 digs across the two matches for the Blugolds, who improved to 11-1 on the year. —UW-Stout lost matches to St. Olaf and Bethel at the Bethel Invitational, 3-1 and 3-0 respectively. Kennedy Strain had 23 kills for the Blue Devils. CROSS COUNTRY: Sam Slattery won the
Blugolds win five-set thriller The UW-Eau Claire volleyball team held off a furious rally from Gustavus Adolphus to win 3-2 on Friday. The Blugolds had a 2-0 set lead, and held on to win the fifth 15-13. — Amber Ripley had 17 kills to lead UW-Stout to a 25-21, 25-17, 25-20 win over Luther at the Bethel Invite in St. Paul. CROSS COUNTRY: The UW-Stout men finished in sixth place out of 21 teams at the Michigan State Invitational. The UW-Stout women took 12th. From staff reports
Junior Trystin Kluess shot a 76 Sunday to finish in 10th place with a career-best 153 and lead the UW-Stout women’s golf team to a fourth-place finish at the two-day Wartburg College Fall Invitational at Prairie Links in Waverly, Iowa. — Allison Chomniak shot an 81 to lead UW-Eau Claire to a 15-shot lead after the first day of the Doug Georgianni Blugold Invitational at Eau Claire Golf and Country Club. MEN’S GOLF: Alex Rogan shot a 75 to lead UW-Eau Claire to a three-shot
Football CLOVERWOOD Late Friday ABBOTSFORD 41, THORP 0 Abbotsford 13 21 7 0 — 41 Thorp 0 0 0 0 — 0 First Quarter A — Chance Clement 7 run (kick failed); A — Joe Aguilera 37 run (Aguilera kick). Second Quarter A — Aguilera 14 pass from Dalton Feddick (Aguilera kick); A — Feddick 34 run (Aguilera kick); A — Aguilera 74 run (Aguilera kick). Third Quarter A — Aguilera 75 run (Aguilera kick). Individual Statistics RUSHING (att-yds)
UW-STOUT 24, GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS 23 (OT) UW-Stout 0 0 3 14 7 — 24 Gustavus 0 10 7 0 6 — 23 Second Quarter GA — Brayton Finch 14 pass from Michael Veldman (Sawyer Johnson kick), 6:10; GA — Johnson 32 FG, :02. Third Quarter GA — David Peal 5 run (Johnson kick), 9:52; S — Drew Pearson 30 FG, 1:54. Fourth Quarter S — Tyler Seymour 15 pass from Sean Borgerding (Pearson kick), 12:55; S — Levy Hamer 4 pass from Borgerding (Pearson kick), :08.
From his opening press conference in January 2016, it was clear what the blueprint for success on the field was going to look like for coach Dan Larson: Establishing the ground game on offense and creating plays defensively. In the first game of year three, the Blugolds put Larson’s vision on display in Dubuque, Iowa, routing Loras 45-13 on Saturday. In the game, UW-Eau Claire rushed for 257 yards, the most ever in a game in the Larson era. And on the flip side, the Blugolds
The UW-Eau Claire volleyball team came from behind to beat Saint Benedict (Minn.) in five sets with a 3-2 win on Wednesday in St. Joseph, Minn. After the Blugolds won the first set 25-16, Saint Benedict responded by taking the second and third sets by scores of 25-18 and 25-17. UW-Eau Claire (5-0) rallied to stay unbeaten on the young season, edging St. Benedict 25-22 in the fourth set and taking the fifth 15-12. Kendra Baierl had 21 kills to lead the Blugolds, while Makenzie