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New live stream option makes it easy to keep up with WolfPack athletics

New live stream option makes it easy to keep up with WolfPack athletics

Bailey Ayres, Sports Editor
January 17
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Realizing that there is a WolfPack basketball game today, you really want to go and watch them play. After double-checking the schedule, you see that they are playing in Milwaukee and it is an away game. You’re a little bummed out that it’s not at home. But with Madison College TV, you won’t...

WolfPack upends new in-state opponent

WolfPack upends new in-state opponent

Clarion Staff Report
December 8
Filed under Sports

A wild second half saw Madison College fall behind by nine points, rally to a 10-point lead and then hang on for an 88-85 victory over new in-state rival Bryant & Stratton College at home on Nov. 30. The biggest swing happened during a seven and a half minute stretch that was fueled by big 3-pointers,...

WolfPack women’s basketball team back on track after suffering 1st loss

WolfPack women’s basketball team back on track after suffering 1st loss

Clarion Staff Report
December 8
Filed under Sports

After a 6-0 start, the fifth-ranked Madison College women’s basketball team suffered its first loss of the season. Ninth-ranked Rochester Community and Technical College edged Madison College, 70-68, at home on Nov. 22 in a hard-fought contest. Madison College led 32-28 at halftime, but Rochester...

Meet the Pack

December 8
Filed under Sports

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHEYANNE JO UDELHOVEN A freshman on the Madison College women’s basketball team, Cheyanne Jo Udelhoven is a 5-foot, 8-inch guard. She has started seven games this season, and averages 15 points a game. She has hit 19 of 47 three-point shots and has 31 rebounds, 13 assists an...

College’s pool club finds success in challenging year

College’s pool club finds success in challenging year

Ethan Maurice, Staff Writer
December 8
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Many people see pool as just a recreational game – something you play at a bar or in the man cave. To members of Madison College’s pool club, it’s more than just a pastime. It’s a competitive sport in which they are able to test their skills against opponents from other college’s throughout...

WolfPack men’s basketball team falls twice in Anoka Ramsey tournament

Clarion Staff Report
November 16
Filed under Sports

Madison College men’s basketball team suffered two tough losses in the Anoka Ramsey Community College Tournament for two different reasons. The first loss was tough because the WolfPack allowed the tournament hosts to exceed the century mark in scoring. Anoka Ramsey beat Madison College, 100-85,...

Well-traveled coach finds home with the WolfPack

Ethan Maurice, Staff Writer
November 16
Filed under Sports

How does a man from Santiago, Chile, go from Madrid, Spain, to Washington DC to Madison? Soccer can take a person around the whole world. No one embodies this more than Gabriel Marin-Cabello, the assistant men’s soccer coach at Madison College. Coach Gabe, as he is known among the players, originally...

Twins bring unique chemistry to soccer teams

Bailey Ayres, Sports Editor
November 16
Filed under Sports

If you got to see both men’s and women’s soccer teams play this season, you may have noticed that each team has a set of siblings on the squad. That’s unusual enough, but what makes it even more unique is that in both cases, the siblings are twins. You may have recognized the Andrews twins from ...

Meet The Pack

November 16
Filed under Sports

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RACHEL SLANEY A sophomore on the women’s basketball team, Rachel Slaney earned NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American recognition last season. As a freshman, she started 28 of 30 games and scored 15.9 points a game and had 8.3 rebounds a game. After four games this year, ...

Strong Start: Women’s basketball team opens year with 5 straight wins

Strong Start: Women’s basketball team opens year with 5 straight wins

Clarion Staff Report
November 16
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Five games into Lois Heeren’s tenure as the coach of the Madison College women’s basketball team, and it would be tough to imagine a better start. The WolfPack opened the season ranked fifth in the NJCAA Division 3 preseason poll and has done nothing but reinforce those lofty expectations. Madison...

Wiseman the ‘Ultimate’ leader in Wisconsin

Wiseman the ‘Ultimate’ leader in Wisconsin

Alison Ahlgrim, Staff Writer
November 1
Filed under Sports

Women should “make aggressive mistakes” and stop apologizing in order to be successful in sports, says internationally-recognized Ultimate Frisbee player Robyn Wiseman. “Women adopt a mentality where they have to apologize if they’re less than perfect, but you’re not going to push yourself...

Conference crown goes to Harper after re-match

Conference crown goes to Harper after re-match

Nicholas Garton, Staff Writer
November 1
Filed under Sports

The Madison College volleyball team lost, 3-1, to Harper College on Oct. 20, in what was essentially a conference championship game. The loss stopped the WolfPack’s six game winning streak, the last three of which had been clean sweeps. Coach Toby Parker paced the sidelines pensively during the...

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