The UW-Eau Claire softball team is already nationally ranked and off to an undefeated 4-0 start. The Blugolds return nearly everyone from last year's 21-win team, and have the bar
The UW-Eau Claire softball team is already nationally ranked and off to an undefeated 4-0 start. The Blugolds return nearly everyone from last year’s 21-win team, and have the bar set high for 2019.
The UW-Eau Claire football team released their schedule for the 2019 season, including opening at Carson Park against Loras College (IA) on September 7th.
Highlights and scores from football, volleyball, men’s and women’s hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, and cross country around the WIAC Saturday afternoon.
Local scores, results, plus highlights from high school football (West De Pere vs. Rice Lake, Little Chute vs. St. Croix Central, Spencer/Columbus vs. Stratford, and Grantsburg vs. Iola-Scandinavia), college volleyball (St. Thomas vs. UW-Eau Claire), and men’s college hockey (St. Thomas vs. UW-Eau Claire).
UW-Eau Claire men’s basketball opened their 2018 season with an 80-75 win at home over 23rd ranked St. Olaf Thursday night.
For the UW-Eau Claire volleyball team, their run at a national championship tips off Friday afternoon at 3 P.M. Their very familiar with their opponent in round one, as they’ll match-up with St. Thomas (MN) for the third time this season.
The UW-Eau Claire women’s basketball team opens their regular season Saturday afternoon at Northwestern-St. Paul, and are motivated to build off of a 18-win 2017.
UW-Eau Claire men’s basketball will rely heavily on their guard depth for the 2018 season, and are hoping Rice Lake grad Ben Widdes will lead the way for a big senior year.
After two big wins over UW-Platteville and Oshkosh in the span of three weeks, UW-Eau Claire football has put themselves in a position to finish the season at .500.
Coming off of a 12-13 season overall, UW-Eau Claire men’s basketball will lean on their youth and depth at guard for 2018.
The UW-Eau Claire women’s basketball team returns their top four scorers from last season, but even with their offensive firepower they are focusing on their defense to win them games.
For the 17th time in program history, UW-Eau Claire volleyball will play in the NCAA tournament. And for the third time this season, their opponent will be Saint Thomas (MN) in the first round on Friday.