Tag Archives: Will Rossmiller

Taking it One Game at a Time

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu Despite some early season setbacks, the Pointers women’s basketball team has finished their non-conference season with a 4-1 record. “This season has been sort of a rollercoaster with injuries and illnesses, but overall I think our team has done a good job of approaching every game with the right mindset,” said senior guard Jenna Pitt. Starters Alyssa ... Read More »

New Season, Higher Expectations

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu The college basketball season is finally here and with a new season underway the Pointers men’s basketball team is set for another year of lofty expectations. The Pointers lost in the second round of the NCAA tournament last season, but returned with the majority of their players, including eight of their top ten scorers. This year, they ... Read More »

Women’s Hockey Set for New Season in New Conference

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu Head Coach Ann Ninnemann and the Pointers Women’s Hockey team will start their 2013-14 campaign at home on Friday against St. Olaf College. Coming off a subpar 12-13-3 season, the Pointers return 19 of 24 players that were on the team last year, and are set for a strong showing. Ninnemann has high expectations for this team. ... Read More »

A Blueprint for Success – Commentary

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu As the World Series approaches, St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox fans eagerly wait to celebrate, while the 28 other teams’ fans wonder why it wasn’t their year. Brewers fans haven’t tasted World Series action since the 1982 season, when they lost to the Cardinals in seven games. Milwaukee’s front office would be wise to look ... Read More »

Pointers Baseball Produces Plenty of Professional Talent

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu Most Division III athletic programs would be lucky to see one athlete play their sport professionally. The University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point baseball program has not only one player that currently plays professionally, but three former Pointers still playing baseball. The most recognized of the three, and the only one currently on a major league roster, is ... Read More »

No Better Time to Start Watching

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu September is over and October is finally here. It’s a month known for cooler temperatures and beautiful colors, but to baseball fans it means only one thing; the postseason. Stakes are rarely higher in sports, as ten teams fight for one of the greatest honors in sports, the World Series Championship. However, in my experience of watching ... Read More »

Farewell to One of the Greats

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu It’s always a debate in baseball as to who is the best all time at their respective position. One position that doesn’t warrant any debate is the position of closer, where Mariano Rivera is universally viewed as the greatest ever to get those final outs in a game. But all great things must come to an end. ... Read More »

Juggling Athletics and Academics as a Freshman

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu I think we can all agree that freshman year of college isn’t easy. You have to do your own laundry, you have to go out and get your own food, and there is schoolwork to be done on top of that. Then there is the social part of college that can worry students. Will I like my ... Read More »