Third straight win keyed by WolfPack's fast start

MADISON, WISC. - For the second time this season, the Madison College men's basketball team has a three-game win streak after defeating visiting NJCAA Division II Kishwaukee College by an 80-72 final on Saturday at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. The WolfPack raced out to a 17-3 lead before holding off the Kougars in the second half as all 13 players that saw game action were able to score, which included another double-double performance by freshman Jason Williams. Kishwaukee College still owns a 16-7 led in the all-time series, while the 'Pack now claims a five-game win streak over the Kougars.

WolfPack, Williams bounce back with lopsided win over Kishwaukee

MADISON, WISC. - The Madison College women's basketball team bounced back from their worst loss of the season by taking care of NJCAA Division II Kishwaukee College in a lopsided 83-56 win Saturday inside H. Dougas Redsten Gymnasium. Four players scored in double-figures, led by a season-high point total from sophomore Aniah Williams. The WolfPack has won four straight over the Kougars and is 16-8 all-time.

NJCAA recognizes Flannery, Kohrt with All-American accolades

For the second year in a row, the Madison College women's soccer and volleyball teams were both led by National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Americans as Jenna Kohrt and Cathleen Flannery, respectively, were given such honors this week. The two sophomores each received second team accolades. Kohrt becomes the second All-American in the history of WolfPack women's soccer, while Flannery joins a group of 16 women's volleyball players to garner the distinction while playing for the WolfPack.

WolfPack hold off Cavaliers for second straight win

LA CROSSE, WISC. - A fast start to Wednesday night's rivalry matchup with Western Technical College led to a big halftime lead that keyed an 87-80 road win for the Madison College men's basketball team. The team's second straight victory also marks the sixth consecutive in the head-to-head series with the Cavaliers, and gives the WolfPack an all-time lead of 68-33.

WolfPack suffers worst loss of season at Western Tech

LA CROSSE, WISC. - Wednesday's matchup against one of it's oldest rivals yielded the season's worst defeat for the Madison College women's basketball team, who fell 86-51 to Western Technical College in the 97th all-time meeting between the two programs. The loss, which is just the second in the past seven games for the WolfPack, snaps a five-game win streak in the head-to-head series that now stands at 75-22 in favor of Madison College.

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