Women’s Rugby Works to Better their Team

Every week, Monday through Thursday, the club women’s rugby team works hard to integrate new players and build on the team’s already learned skills. The team had their first game of the season on Sept. 17 and will play through the beginning of November depending on how far they make it in their conference. The team has won their conference for ... Read More »

Basketball Players Look Ahead to a Competitive Season

The basketball team is determined to do well in conference this year and on Nov. 15 will be competing against St. Olaf College in the first game of the season. If the team wins conference this year, it will be taking home its 30th conference title. Aaron Retzlaff, senior forward, has been a part of the team for the past four ... Read More »

Look into Sports: Women’s golf wraps up WIAC Championships

Pointers Golf Finishes Seventh at WIAC Championships The UWSP women’s golf team placed seventh out of the seven teams competing at the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships. On day three of the championships, senior Tiffany Boak shot a team-low score 83 which would tie her for 23rd place. Sophomore Bailey Ryan improved on her day two score by 10 strokes ... Read More »

Pointer Alumnus Promoted to Hockey Associate Head Coach

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point hockey coaching staff has promoted Tyler Krueger from assistant hockey coach to associate head coach in his third year employed by UWSP Athletics. The new position of associate head coach will not provide Krueger with any new tasks, but rather, more responsibility. Skills video, running practices and off ice conditioning are Kruger’s main tasks. “He’s ... Read More »

Football Season Starts off on a High Note

The university’s football team is playing at a competitive level and as a result won the first four games of the season. The team headed into the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Football Conference with an undefeated record. After playing UW-Platteville on Oct. 8 the team’s record is 4-1. Aaron Vlcko, assistant head coach, feels that playing non-conference teams has been the best ... Read More »

Look into Sports: Women’s Golf Ready for Confrence Championships

Women’s Golf Takes on Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships Through two days of action in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Golf Championships, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point women’s golf team sits in seventh place out of seven teams. Senior Tiffany Boak shot a team-low 90 in the second round for the Pointers and sits in 28th place as the team ... Read More »

Alumni Skaters Carry UWSP Legacy

Four players from the 2015-2016 University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Men’s Hockey Team have accepted training contracts with next level hockey teams. Currently, Joe Kalisz, Evan Dixon, Sean Gammage and Logan Lemirande have spread across the country training for their new teams. Joe Kalisz, a three-year skater for The Pointers, is now playing for the Fireantz in Lafayette, North Carolina. Last ... Read More »

Soccer Gains Momentum from Winning Streak

The women’s soccer team experienced a recent upswing, having won four games in a row. Facing off against the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire on Oct. 5 the team’s record was 4-6. Dawn Crow, head women’s soccer coach, describes the team to be competitive and gritty. “We have won as many games as we won last year, period. We are on ... Read More »

Look into Sports: Football Continues Winning Ways

Football Stays Hot in First Conference Game The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point football team has kept their hot streak rolling by winning its first conference game of the season over the UW- Eau Claire Blugolds 28-19. To go along with a 4-0 start, the Pointers have not allowed a team to reach 20 points in any game thus far. While ... Read More »

Men’s Hockey Team Prepares to Have Another Successful Season

Last spring the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men’s hockey team won the NCAA Division III National Championship, ending its season on a high note. Chris Brooks, head men’s hockey coach, found winning the national championship to be extremely rewarding, especially because the team had lost the national championship the two previous seasons. To the team, Brooks emphasizes the importance of focusing ... Read More »