Men's basketball wins overtime thriller over (RV) Oklahoma Wesleyan

WINFIELD, Kan. - No matter the records, it is always a battle when the Southwestern College men's basketball team faces off with the Oklahoma Eagles. Thursday night inside Stewart Field House was no different as the Moundbuilders escaped with a 76-73 overtime win over the visiting Eagles. The two teams met three times a year ago, with each contest coming down to the final possession. The Moundbuilders were winners in two of three last season, with the combined margin of victory a total of nine

Men's basketball rewrites record book in rout of Dallas Christian

WINFIELD, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team improved to 2-0 Thursday night at home, cruising to a school-record 153 points in a 153-85 win over the Dallas Christian Crusaders. The Moundbuilders were getting anything they wanted in the game, specifically in the first half, putting up 77 points in the first 20 minutes. Three different players were in double figures at the break, led by Andrew Hamm (SR/Alief, Texas) who entered halftime leading all scorers with 18. Hamm finishe

Senior Catabrean Baumann to leave lasting impact with Southwestern volleyball

It is that time of the year where athletic programs and teams all around the nation are gearing up to celebrate their respective senior classes. Numerous student-athletes will be recognized in waves, but for Southwestern College volleyball- that class is led by just one senior who has transformed herself into a leader on and off the court for the rest of her teammates. Heading into this year, senior setter Catabrean Baumann (SR/Tulsa, Okla.) knew it would be tough being the lone senior on a rea

Wisconsin Football: Way-too-early game-by-game predictions for 2018

The Wisconsin Badgers were just one win away from their first ever college football playoff berth in 2017, but a 27-21 defeat to the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Big Ten Championship game decided their fate. Still, a New Year’s Six bowl game in the Orange Bowl against Miami ended up being the consolation prize, and the Badgers took full advantage- knocking off the Hurricanes in their home stadium by double digits to secure their first ever 13-win season. Heading into 2018, a lot of mainstream med

Big Ten Football: Power Ranking every Big Ten coach

There are many great coaches in the land of college football. Of all the greats fans are currently getting to witness, many of the best in the business reside in the Big Ten. While Nick Saban and Alabama may be the clear-cut favorite over the rest of the college football world, competitive conferences like the Big Ten have short leashes when it comes to mediocrity. So far, in the aftermath of the 2017 season, the coaching carousel has been busy, yet the Big Ten has stayed relatively still. The

Wisconsin Recruiting: 4-star commit Donte Burton leads talented incoming secondary group

Wisconsin Badgers head football coach Paul Chryst has made a name for himself since leaving Pittsburgh to rejoin his alma mater a few years ago. While the Badgers are in the midst of a historic season and have an upcoming contest against the Miami Hurricanes in the Orange Bowl, one of the more underrated pieces of Chryst’s early legacy is his recruiting prowess. Wisconsin has never been one of the prominent teams in the country in terms of recruiting, and they still have a ways to go to catch

Melvin Gordon talks College Football Playoff, new shirt collaboration

The Wisconsin Badgers football program has seen a lot of great running backs come and go throughout their history, but one of the most successful players to ever come out is current Los Angeles Chargers back Melvin Gordon III. Gordon, out of Kenosha, Wisconsin, experienced many great achievements and accolades during his time in Madison- including a brief visit to the top of the record books as he held the single-game rushing record with 408 yards against Nebraska. Unfortunately, the record was

Big Ten Recruiting: 2019 linebacker Logan Eiden has sight set on multiple programs

For many high school athletes, the urge and ambition to get to the next level oftentimes overshadows the joys of the journey. But for 2019 linebacker Logan Eiden, taking each moment and game as they come is exactly why he is in prime position to make a name for himself moving forward. Eiden is a 6-foot-3, 215-pound linebacker out of Neenah High School in Neenah, Wisc. The city of Neenah is located about an hour south of Green Bay and 90 minutes north of Milwaukee. Eiden’s team, the Rockets, are

Big Ten Recruiting: WR Gavin Knott working for shot at next level

Class of 2018 wide receiver Gavin Knott knows it is not easy to make it to the next level and play college football, but he, along with many, believe his shot is on its way. Knott is currently standing around six feet tall as a wide out from De Pere High School, a suburb of Green Bay in east-central Wisconsin. A prominent high school in terms of athletics, the 1,500 student school is currently struggling with a 2-4 record halfway through the football season. With the thought of graduation and

Michigan Wolverines score big with five-star defensive end Stephen Herron

It is no secret that Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh can recruit. The program has been ranked by many outlets in the top ten the last two seasons and were up to No. 5 in the country in 2016, according to 247Sports. If there was ever a weak spot in the Wolverines’ recruiting trail, it would likely be 2018- as they currently sit at No. 15 in the country. Let’s skip a year and look at 2019. Already for their 2019 class, the Wolverines have the No. 6 ranked class in the country, despit

FAU Football: WR DeAndre McNeal thanks Wisconsin for hospitality

MADISON, WI - SEPTEMBER 09: Head coach Lane Kiffin of the Florida Atlantic Owls congratulates Devin Singletary #5 after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter against the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium on September 9, 2017 in Madison, Wisconsin. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) In new head coach Lane Kiffin’s second game with the FAU football program, the team faced  monumental challenge: heading to Madison, Wisc., to take on No. 10 Wisconsin. Despite the tall order on the fiel

Indiana commit Aaron Casey ready to take Hoosiers to next level

Entering the 2018 season, the Indiana Hoosiers currently sit at 15 hard commits for their football program with 14 three-star prospects and one four-star – running back Ronnie Walker. Of those 15 incoming players, perhaps the most versatile of the group is defensive star Aaron Casey. Primarily a linebacker, Casey has also received notice for his ability to play all around the field, but especially in the defensive backfield. According to him outside linebacker is his true position, but many sit

Notre Dame Football: 5 reasons why Brandon Wimbush will be better than DeShone Kizer

Expectations did not turn into reality a year ago for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish as a slow start to the 2016 season never reversed course and the Irish experienced their worst season since 2007 when they went 3-9 under then-head coach Charlie Weis. Like that 2007 team, Notre Dame was coming off a 10-win season the year prior and had high expectations entering the following year. Unfortunately for the Irish, an opening day loss to the Texas Longhorns in double overtime in 2016 was just the be

Wisconsin Football: 5 reasons why Badgers will win 2017 national title

The 2017 Wisconsin football team has a lot of new faces entering this season, while the returning members and veterans are ready to put the roller coaster that was 2016 in the past and gear up for another championship-chasing season. Fresh off a 24-16 Cotton Bowl victory over then-undefeated Western Michigan, the Badgers flirted with the College Football Playoff all throughout the 2016 season, and some could argue they were one or two big wins away from getting their first ever berth in the fin

Vitto Brown helping community achieve their dream while he strives for his

It has been four months since the Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team lost a heartbreaker to the Florida Gators in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. It has also been four months since the Badgers program lost four of its most successful players of all time. One of those players, Vitto Brown, is not ready to give up basketball just yet- and he believes his journey is only beginning. Brown became a huge part of the Badgers’ success during his four years in Madison, specifically in the lat

Wisconsin Basketball: Jordan Hill to leave program, explore other options

Early Wednesday, it was announced that Wisconsin Badgers guard Jordan Hill would be leaving the basketball program to explore other options as a graduate transfer. Hill will graduate this May, but will hold one more year of basketball eligibility due to him red-shirting his freshman year under Bo Ryan. Entering next season, Hill was set to be the lone senior on scholarship. With his departure, the young-looking Badgers will be without a senior scholarship player and now have two open scholarshi
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