AASA Performance Practice

Truax-Main Building - Rm D1630 - Cafe Annex Sunday, November 10, 2019, 9am – 5pm Event Name: AASA Performance Practice Event State: Confirmed Organizer: MXiong27@madisoncollege.edu Expected Headcount: 30 Organization: Career and Employment Center Categories: Featured Event, Do Not Display on Web Calendars, Truax, Event - Public Performances and Special Events

Yahara Journal Student Art Show

Truax-Main Building - Rm A1005 Gallery Monday, November 11, 2019, 8:30am – 4:30pm Yahara Journal Student Art Show Event Name: Yahara Journal Student Art Show Event State: Confirmed Organization: School of Business and Applied Arts Organizer: crryan@madisoncollege.edu Expected Headcount: 100 Categories: Featured Event, For the Community, Truax, Event - Public Performances and Special Events Will ANY Food be Served?: FALSE Do you need an Alcohol permit?: FALSE Is an Events1 Network Login Required?: FALSE

Yahara Journal Student Art Show

Truax-Main Building - Rm A1005 Gallery Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 9am – 5pm Yahara Journal Student Art Show Event Name: Yahara Journal Student Art Show Event State: Confirmed Organization: School of Business and Applied Arts Organizer: crryan@madisoncollege.edu Expected Headcount: 100 Categories: Featured Event, For the Community, Truax, Event - Public Performances and Special Events Will ANY Food be Served?: FALSE Do you need an Alcohol permit?: FALSE Is an Events1 Network Login Required?: FALSE

Hmong New Year

Truax-Main Building - Rm D1630 - Cafe Annex Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 4 – 8pm Event Name: Hmong New Year Event State: Confirmed Organizer: MXiong27@madisoncollege.edu Expected Headcount: 50 Organization: Career and Employment Center Categories: Featured Event, For the Community, Truax, Event - Public Performances and Special Events Will ANY Food be Served?: TRUE *Is Event Co-Sponsored? Details/Explain: Asian American Student Association

Yahara Journal Student Art Show

Truax-Main Building - Rm A1005 Gallery Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 8:30am – 4:30pm Yahara Journal Student Art Show Event Name: Yahara Journal Student Art Show Event State: Confirmed Organization: School of Business and Applied Arts Organizer: crryan@madisoncollege.edu Expected Headcount: 100 Categories: Featured Event, For the Community, Truax, Event - Public Performances and Special Events Will ANY Food be Served?: FALSE Do you need an Alcohol permit?: FALSE Is an Events1 Network Login Required?: FALSE

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WolfPack held in check as triple-digit scoring streak ends in loss

DIXON, ILL. - For the first time this season, the Madison College men's basketball team was held to under 100 points and it resulted in a 79-71 loss at NJCAA Division I Sauk Valley Community College on Tuesday night. The WolfPack, who had averaged 101.3 points per game through their first four contests of 2019-20, nearly rallied back from a 12-point halftime deficit and was led by freshman Allen Robinson's 21 points. The two programs have split their last six meetings, though the Skyhawks still own a 26-6 lead in the all-time series.

WolfPack overcome slow start to earn second straight win

DIXON, ILL. - The first ten minutes did not go as planned Tuesday night, however, the Madison College women's basketball team made sure the next 30 minutes did as they rallied from an early deficit to notch a 78-62 win at NJCAA Division I Sauk Valley Community College. The WolfPack's second win in a row saw four players score in double-figures, with three of the four setting new season or career high's for points. The win is the fourth straight for the 'Pack against the Skyhawks, who still lead the all-time series by a 19-15 count.

WolfPack continue high-scoring trend in 1-1 weekend at ARCC Tournament

COON RAPIDS, MINN. - The Madison College men's basketball team is continues to show they can put the ball in the basket as they pushed their streak of consecutive games with 100 or more points to four to open the season and now sit as the fourth-highest scoring team in NJCAA Division III at 101.7 points per game after a 1-1 weekend at the Anoka-Ramsey Community College Tournament this past weekend. The WolfPack downed the host Golden Rams by a 103-88 score in the opener on Friday, but suffered their first loss of the season in a 114-11 overtime game against St. Cloud Technical & Community College on Saturday. Davion Washington and Allen Robinson each enjoyed career-high scoring efforts, with 31 and 38 points, respectively.

Weekend tournament nets season's first win for WolfPack

COON RAPIDS, MINN. - The finale of the two-day Anoka-Ramsey Community College Tournament brought the first win of the season for the Madison College women's basketball team, who went 1-1 on the weekend trip. The WolfPack faltered late on Friday and dropped a 78-59 contest to the host Golden Rams, but recovered on Saturday to upend St. Cloud Technical & Community College by a 70-57 count. The trio of Aniah Williams, Julia Bruns, and Lilly Dorman all scored in double-figures in both games.

Flannery proves worthy of N4C Most Valuable Player honor

The coaches of the North Central Community College Conference once again voted to name a Madison College women's volleyball player as the league's Most Valuable Player, giving the distinction to sophomore Cathleen Flannery. The outside hitter also received first team all-conference and first team all-region honors. Joining Flannery on the list of postseason accolades are freshmen middle blockers Calla Borchert and Sidni Walgurski. Borchert was a first team selection by both the conference and region, while Walgurski took home first team all-region and second team all-conference recognition. The trio guided the 'Pack to a 16-16 record overall and a second place finish in the N4C with an 8-4 mark.

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