UW-Eau Claire’s season came to an end Thursday afternoon in Saint Paul, losing to Saint Benedict in four sets in the opening round of the NCAA tournament.
UW-Stout trailed by double digits in the second half, and even with a late rally they fell to Concordia College 92-20 at home in non-conference Wednesday night.
Entering the day Monday, UW-Eau Claire found themselves squarely on the bubble for a spot in the NCAA tournament . But after securing one of the 21 at-large bids, the Blugolds are back for the second straight season.
UW-Eau Claire start the season right with a 35-3 win over Loras College at home, while UW-Stout fall to 3rd ranked St. John’s in their opener.
The wait is finally over, both the UW-Eau Claire and UW-Stout football teams open their seasons on Saturday. The Blugolds will host Loras in non-conference at Carson Park, while the Blue Devils will welcome in third-ranked Saint John’s.
The UW-Eau Claire volleyball team fell in their home opener to Saint Benedict 3-1, while UW-Stout swept Saint Mary’s on the road 3-0.
The UW-Eau Claire women’s soccer team fell at home in their regular season opener to Augsburg 2-0, while the Blugolds’ volleyball team won their first two matches of the season.
The UW-Eau Claire women’s soccer team fell just short of a postseason WIAC championship, and berth to the NCAA tournament last season. But the Blugolds have a lot of experience back for 2019, and have some unfinished business on the field.
The UW-Stout football team saw their second most wins last season since the 2011 season. And this year, the Blue Devils bring 16 starters on both sides of the ball and will rely on their experience.
Coming off one of their best seasons in program history, the UW-Eau Claire volleyball team will be tested early on in their schedule for 2019.
Coming off one of the best seasons in program history, the UW-Eau Claire volleyball team is focused on this year and ready for a fresh start.
It’s the start of a new era for the UW-Eau Claire football team, as Wesley Beschorner takes over as head coach ready to leave his mark on the program.
The Express dropped a tough one to Traverse City in the Northwoods League championship game Friday night, losing 3-2 on a walk-off error.