Tag Archives: Will Rossmiller

Men’s Hockey Heating up the Ice

It may be early in the season, buAfter starting the season with a lackluster 3-4-0 record, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men’s hockey team has found their groove. The Pointers now hold a record of 7-5-1. UWSP has been a tough team to beat at home as well, posting a respectable 4-1-1 record at K.B. Willett Arena so far this ... Read More »

Women’s Basketball Fights Adversity

After losing their previous two games of the season, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point women’s basketball team has rallied, winning two games in a row. The Pointers, now 5-3 and 1-2 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC), played through some sad news the past week. Shirley Egner, head coach of the Pointers, lost her brother in a battle with ... Read More »

Men’s Season a Slam Dunk So Far

It may be early in the season, but the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point men’s basketball team has put on a strong showing. The Pointers, ranked 7th in Division III, hold an undefeated 6-0 record and have an average margin of victory of more than 12 points per game. Wednesday, senior guard Tyler Tillema dropped 20 points as the Pointers ... Read More »

Murder/Suicide Shocks NFL and Fans

This past Saturday, tragedy struck the sports world. Jovan Belcher, a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs, killed his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, then proceeded to take his own life. Belcher, in his third year in the NFL out of the University of Maine, drove to the team’s facilities after shooting his girlfriend and committed suicide in front of general manager ... Read More »

Strong Start for Women’s Hockey

After only winning 13 games last season, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point women’s hockey team already has five wins for this young season. The Pointers currently hold a record of 5-1-2, including an undefeated conference record of 4-0-2. “So far we’ve had a great start,” said Head Coach Ann Ninnemann. “We’ve kind of eased into it. We haven’t had our ... Read More »

Women’s Basketball Looks to Bounce Back

After a short stint as the number-one team in Division III women’s basketball, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point women’s basketball team hit their first snag of the season. The Pointers were a perfect 3-0 heading into a game against the University of St. Thomas on Sunday. After holding a halftime lead, UWSP fell to St. Thomas, 73-70. Despite the loss, ... Read More »

Hoops Season Heating Up

Both the Quandt field house and Berg gym have lain quiet for nearly eight months, but that is about to change. Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams at The University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point are all set to start another season of Pointers basketball. The men’s team starts Thursday with a game at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. Their first ... Read More »

UWSP to Host Final Four

On November 1st, the NCAA officially announced that the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point will host the 2014 Division III Women’s Basketball Final Four. According to a press release by the NCAA, UWSP was one of several cites looked at to potentially host the pinnacle of Division III women’s basketball. “It’s quite an honor,” said head women’s basketball coach Shirley Egner. ... Read More »

Pointers Upset Warhawks

The University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point football team stunned 15th ranked University of Wisconsin- Whitewater last weekend with a 17-14 upset. The win is the Pointers’ first in conference this season and the first time UWSP has beaten Whitewater since 2008. A key factor in the game was the nine first-half penalties for Whitewater, which helped the Pointers claim an ... Read More »

From Pointer to Packer and Back

  He walks the sidelines on game day like any other defensive line and strength coach would for a Division III program, but Drew Vanderlin is not your typical coach. On October 17th Vanderlin was added to the Green Bay Packers practice squad as a defensive end. However, the NFL changes quickly, and Vanderlin was subsequently released on October 23rd. ... Read More »