Elizabeth Bauer scored with 10 seconds left in the third period, and the UW-Eau Claire women’s hockey team beat No. 4 Adrian (Mich.) 3-2 on Monday afternoon at Hobbs Ice Center. Courtney Wittig and Hanna Zavoral assisted on the game-winning goal. The Blugolds went up 1-0 in the first period on a goal from Erin Goodell. Holly Turnbull scored on a power play in the second period to briefly give UW-Eau Claire the lead back. The Blugolds outshot the Bulldogs 32-19 in the contest.
Lauren Norgren scored 1 minute, 16 seconds into overtime as the UW-Eau Claire women’s hockey team knocked off Lake Forest (Ill.) 3-2 in nonconference action Friday night at Hobbs Ice Center. The Blugolds grabbed a 2-0 lead in the second period on goals from Morgan Zirbel and Elizabeth Bauer. Men’s Hockey Hamline 5, UW-Stout 3: Mathias Ahman, Alex Toscano and Gavin Smith all scored for the Blue Devils, who gave up the final three goals of the game to the host
Eau Claire issued building permits in 2017 for construction worth 50 percent more than the city’s previous record year. Permits corresponding to about $295 million in institutional, business and housing construction were taken out last year, according to city economic development administrator Mike Schatz. The city shattered its previous record — $196 million set in 2009 — by the end of August when $211 million worth of construction projects had already taken out permits, as
A construction worker’s power saw buzzed through one side of wood, paused, then finished its arc, trimming excess from an edge as sparks flew from the tool late Monday morning. A moment later the saw cut along another edge of wood, the finishing touch on a door that will be used to convey building materials. Nearby, broken cement pieces crashed down through a yellow plastic chute, adding to a growing rubble pile on the ground. Those sounds and activities are signs of
5 years ago — 2013 Two adults and two children escape Lake Wissota thanks to several bystanders who help them get out of a truck that had broken through the ice. 10 years ago — 2008 The total cost of alum treatments to control phosphorus concentrations in Half Moon Lake is expected to top $1 million. 20 years ago — 1998 An Elk Mound teen, missing for eight months with her mother, is headed home. 35 years ago — 1983 A UW-Eau Claire professor gets a $359,000
Todd Koritzinsky scored on a second-chance opportunity 3:42 into the third period, and the UW-Eau Claire men’s hockey team knocked off Concordia-Moorhead 2-1 on Saturday night in nonconference action at Hobbs Ice Center. Colton Wolter scored on the power play in the first period off assists from Adam Parsells and Lucas Kohls. WOMEN’S HOCKEY Augsburg 3, UW-Eau Claire 1: Abby Roeser scored early in the third period, but it wasn’t enough as the Blugolds fell at Hobbs Ice
Jake Showalter scored the first nine point of the game, and the UW-Eau Claire men’s basketball team could never recover in a 74-64 loss to UW-Platteville in WIAC men’s basketball action on Saturday night at Bo Ryan Court in Platteville. Showalter finished the game with 18 points, and Robert Duax led the game with 23 for the Pioneers (12-1, 2-0). George Diekelman paced the Blugolds (8-5, 0-2) with 19 points. Dan Becken (13) and Chris Duff (11) were also in double figures. Carroll
Ask about Eau Claire’s music scene and you will hear about indie rock stars, country music festivals and UW-Eau Claire’s nationally acclaimed jazz program. Polka music, cover bands, Ojibwe and Hmong music, hip-hop, house shows or church music? Not so much. That may soon change thanks to a group of UW-Eau Claire public history students and faculty who are trying to pull the many overlooked yet important pieces of Eau Claire’s musical history into the conversation. “We
The UW-Eau Claire men’s hockey team snapped a two-game losing streak and topped Gustavus Adolphus 4-0 in nonconference action on Friday night at Hobbs Ice Center. Todd Koritzinsky, Jake Bresser, Austin Redders and Johnny Mueller all scored goals for UW-Eau Claire, now 8-6 on the year. Zach Dyment pitched a shutout in net, stopping all 25 shots he faced. Koritzinsky also added an assist on the evening. St. Olaf 6, UW-Stout 5 (OT): Roshen Jawal tied the game with a
As a student at UW-Eau Claire around 10 years ago, Scott Morfitt remembers sitting through an Intro to Theater class in Haas Fine Arts Center’s Riverside Theater. He confessed there were points he wasn’t thinking about the class much at all, but more about its location. He found himself thinking, “Wouldn’t it be cool to hold a concert here?” “I could never shake that feeling,” said Morfitt, now Blugold Radio’s station manager.