There will be a new national champion in Division III volleyball this year.
The last 30 seconds had to have moved at a glacier’s speed for UW-Eau Claire goalie Zach Dyment.
The UW-Eau Claire volleyball team wasted no time avenging a loss two weeks ago to St. Thomas.
The 16 seniors who will play their final collegiate football games on Saturday afternoon for UW-Eau Claire have worn the bruises.
For an entire offseason, the UW-Eau Claire women’s basketball team has sat around pondering key moments of the season.
UW-Eau Claire men’s basketball coach Matt Siverling leaned forward in his chair, took to his microphone and said a sentence many around the program share in feeling.
A day that started with mystery ended with familiarity.
UWEC football game pushed back
As the clock ticked closer to zero, with his teammates bouncing in sheer joy on one sideline and UW-Oshkosh conceding defeat across the way, UW-Eau Claire senior quarterback Scott Procter took the snap in victory formation.
MENOMONIE — For most of the day, UW-Stout’s punishing rushing attack looked almost unrecognizable.
It’s Monday afternoon, about 30 minutes after his players had left for the day. With his team sitting at 2-0 and a big road game looming the next day, Matt Loen sits in his office by himself. He leans back in his chair, and there’s an obvious glee about him when describing his current UW-Eau…
After seven months of waiting, the UW-Eau Claire women’s hockey team finally saw its wall-hanger at Hobbs Ice Center.
UW-EAU CLAIRE CAREER SCORING LEADERS
Cross country national champion and Immanuel Lutheran grad Darin Lau won the 3,000-meter run in a time of 8 minutes, 23.17 seconds on Saturday at the UW-Stout Warren Bowlus indoor track and field invitational at Johnson Fieldhouse in Menomonie.
Here are some additional thoughts from sports reporter Nick Erickson following the UW-Eau Claire men’s hockey team’s 7-0 win over Hamline on Saturday night at Hobbs Ice Center.
Wheaton College freshman Hannah Roeske, who was a two-time all-state cross country runner at Eau Claire Memorial, won her first career college race on Saturday at the Gil Dodds Invitational in Warrenville, Ill.
Natalie Herzog tallied two goals and an assist to lead UW-La Crosse to a 4-2 win over UW-Stout in WIAC women’s soccer action Wednesday in Menomonie.
Ashley Pratt had 11 kills and four blocks as UW-Stout beat St. Scholastica 25-18, 25-19, 25-13 in nonconference women’s volleyball action Tuesday night in Menomonie.
UW-Stout announced changes in its baseball and softball schedules.
Khalil Small and Carrington Love each scored 13 points and UW-Green Bay beat UW-Stout 95-41 on Saturday afternoon in a men’s basketball exhibition game at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
UW-Stout announced Becky Iaccino as its new softball coach Thursday. Iaccino previously was the head coach at Marian University and a Division I and III assistant. A former Indiana State standout, Iaccino played professionally in Italy from 2003-11 and played for the Italian national team fr…
St. Catherine University freshman and Eau Claire North grad Kaitlyn Alvarez was named to the All-MIAC women’s golf team Monday. Alvarez had three top-10 finishes and recorded the top MIAC 54-hole finish in program history with a 22-over 238 at the conference tournament.
UW-Eau Claire sophomore pitcher Lauren Blasczyk was named WIAC softball pitcher of the week Tuesday. Blasczyk went 3-0 for the week, picking up wins over UW-Stout, UW-Oshkosh and No. 11 UW-Whitewater.
UW-Stout’s Kaylee Jondahl won the floor exercise with a score of 9.825 at the WIAC Gymnastics Championship on Sunday at Hamline University’s Hutton Arena in St. Paul. The Blue Devils took third as a team to advance to Nationals, which will take place March 27-28 at UW-La Crosse.
Loen is WIAC coach of the year
Two Blugolds all-conference
The UW-Eau Claire men’s hockey team likely saw its season come to an end Saturday in the WIAC semifinals at Hobbs Ice Center.
Blugolds’ season ends in semis
Falcons take first game of semis
For the first 20 minutes, the Blugolds got by on damage control. In the second half, the floodgates burst wide open.
Hofacker named all-conference
Blue Devils fall in overtime
Katie Burkey gave UW-Eau Claire the lead in the first period, but WIAC champion UW-River Falls scored six unanswered goals to claim a 6-1 women’s hockey victory Saturday night in River Falls.
Blugolds score late to win
MENOMONIE — Just a minute earlier, Matt Ahsenmacher had dived on the floor to knock the ball loose. D’Marcco Patrick picked it up and dished to a wide-open John Keefe at the top of the key. The freshman guard sunk his third 3-pointer of the second half, and UW-Stout had completed its comebac…
Tyson Kalien scored 18 points, Lewis Mau had 17 and UW-Eau Claire maintained its grip on sixth place with an 80-69 win over UW-Superior in WIAC men’s basketball action Wednesday night at Mertz Mortorelli Gymnasium in Superior.
UW-Stout sophomore goaltender Spencer Viele was named WIAC men’s hockey player of the week Tuesday. Viele made 48 saves — 21 saves in the second period — to help the Blue Devils to a 4-3 win over No. 12 UW-Eau Claire on Saturday.
MENOMONIE —For 20 minutes Saturday afternoon, there was no way to tell which team was nationally ranked and which one wasn’t between the UW-Oshkosh and UW-Stout women’s basketball teams.
The UW-Eau Claire men’s hockey team picked up a 5-3 win over rival UW-Stout Friday at Hobbs Ice Center.
That signature win keeps eluding UW-Eau Claire.
Teenie Lichtfuss scored 15 points but UW-Eau Claire lost its second consecutive WIAC women’s basketball game, 56-43 to UW-Stevens Point on Saturday at Berg Gym in Stevens Point.
Quardell Young’s layup with 8 seconds left gave the top-ranked UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team a 65-64 victory over UW-Platteville on Wednesday night on Bo Ryan Court in Platteville.
The UW-Eau Claire men's hockey team still has eight games left in the regular season.
Eric Effertz needed a game like this. More importantly, UW-Eau Claire needed a game like this. And thanks to Effertz, the Blugolds got it.
UW-Eau Claire men’s hockey player Patrick Moore, women’s hockey goalie Kim Van Brunt and women’s diver Sara Axness were all named WIAC athletes of the week in their respective sports, the league announced Tuesday.
Jake Hopfner and Ethan Nauman both scored two goals as the UW-Eau Claire men’s hockey team knocked off No. 3 UW-River Falls 5-2 in WIAC action Friday night at Hunt Arena in River Falls.
Blugolds sweep No. 3 Falcons