It was a difficult night for the Yellowjackets, as they struggled from the opening face-off until the final buzzer and saw their win streak go by the boards.
CeeJay Schaffner takes over the Yellowjacket program after the October resignation of Kolin Dean.
Mason Ackley Photo by Holden Law Four Yellowjackets scored in double figures as the UW-Superior (UWS) (4-4, 2-0) men's basketball team earned a 68-53 victory over North Central University (NCU) (2-8, 0-2) at Clark-Danielson Gym in Minneapolis on Saturday, Dec. 7. With...
To join the HHP Club, students should contact Robin Lisdahl, a member of the departments administrative staff. The club meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 12:15 p.m. in MWC 2440.
The UW-Superior women’s track and field team began the season at The Opener at the Burns Wellness Commons at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn. on Saturday, Dec. 7, posting 23 personal bests.
Reinertsen completed her third career double-double with a career-high 13 rebounds. She also had career highs of six assists and four blocks to go with two steals.
The Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) announced on Tuesday, Nov. 12 that the UW-Superior women’s soccer team placed four players on the All-UMAC teams.
The UW-Superior men’s and women’s cross-country teams competed at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III Central Region Championships on the Wartburg Cross Country Course in Waverly, Iowa on Saturday, Nov. 16.
After dropping the first two sets, the fourth-seeded Yellowjackets came storming back to win the next two and fourth a deciding fifth set to advance to the conference-championship match.
The win moves Superior to 14-3-2 overall as the ‘Jackets get set for the UMAC tournament semifinals on Wednesday, Nov. 6 against the winner of the match between Martin Luther and Northland. Bethel’s season comes to an end at 6-11-1.
The Yellowjackets, who finished the season 24-3 overall, earned 57 points and two first-place votes in the poll.
In the opener, the Yellowjackets appeared to be in control, taking the first two sets by identical 25-22 scores, before Wisconsin Lutheran rallied to win the final three sets and take the match.