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Men’s Basketball Falls Short to St. Norbert The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point dropped a close game on the road to St. Norbert College 58-54 on Saturday, Nov. 25, to put its record at 1-2 as the Pointers continue to navigate the early portion of its non-conference schedule. Aaron Knez and Drew Fredrickson led the Pointers with 8 points each. Sophomore ... Read More »

Look Into Sports: Men’s Basketball Picks Up Win In Final Seconds

Buzzer Beater Propels Men’s Basketball to Victory On Saturday, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men’s basketball team pulled out a 74-72 victory over No. 12 Hope College after sophomore Mark Nelson hit a game-winning shot with seconds remaining on the clock. With just under four seconds remaining in regulation and the score tied at 72, the Pointers drove down the ... Read More »

Look Into Sports: Men’s and Women’s Basketball Stays Hot

Men’s Hockey Adds Two More Wins On Dec. 2, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point junior goalie Max Milosek recorded his third career shutout while also scoring a goal and an assist in a 3-0 victory over UW-River Falls. Late in the first period, sophomore Tanner Karty got the scoring on the way for the Pointers giving UWSP a 1-0 lead that ... Read More »

Look Into Sports: Early Win Streak Ends For Women’s Basketball

Women’s Basketball Suffers First Loss after Defeating Lakeland On Nov. 22, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point women’s basketball team slid past Lakeland College by a score of 40-36. Senior Lauren Anklam, junior Mickey Roland and freshman Bre Richter each dropped in seven points for the Pointers to help move the team’s record to 4-0. The Pointer bench played a vital ... Read More »

Look Into Sports: Women’s Basketball Firing On All Cylinders

UWSP Men’s Hockey Suffers First Loss After Hot Start Led by senior Trace Strahle’s two goal outing, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men’s hockey team claimed 6-3 a victory over Marian on Nov. 18. The Pointers tallied two goals in each period of the game. Sophomore Stephan Beauvais knocked in UWSP’s first goal at 6:10 into the opening period. Soon ... Read More »

Three UWSP Seniors Embark on the Legacy They Leave Behind

Basketball careers might be over for seniors Bill Patterson, Stephen Pelkofer and Sean McGann, but they are at ease with the impact they have had on the program during their stint at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. They were a part of a national championship winning team as juniors, and a No. 1 ranked team for a majority of their sophomore ... Read More »

Men’s Swimming and Diving Team Collects 17th Consecutive Conference Title

McGann Earns Career-High 35 Points in Win Over UW-Platteville Senior Sean McGann scored a career-high 35 points, helping the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men’s basketball team win their final game of the season, 72-64, over UW-Platteville. This win cemented the Pointers’ spot in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship. After a layup by McGann at the 8:41 mark in the ... Read More »

Vosters WIAC Champion in Wrestling, Cornellier’s Hat Trick Helps Men’s Hockey Win Against UW-Stout

Men’s Basketball Earns Senior Day Win Over UW-Eau Claire The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men’s basketball team had four players who posted double figures in the 74-63 win on Senior Day over Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opponent UW-Eau Claire. Seniors Sean McGann and Stephen Pelkofer were two of the four Pointers to post double figures in the WIAC win. McGann ... Read More »

Men’s Hockey Upsets No. 1 Adrian, Two Career-High Point Totals Posted by Women’s Basketball Team

Pelkofer Leads UWSP with Career-High 30 Points in Loss Against UW-River Falls Senior Stephen Pelkofer posted a career-high 30 points on Saturday night at home against the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Although Pelkofer hit this career milestone, the UW-Stevens Point men’s basketball team came up just short against the Falcons, who earned the 81-79 overtime win. In the final minutes ... Read More »