START TO FINISH: WolfPack lead wire-to-wire in defeat of Waukesha

MADISON, WISC. - The Madison College men's basketball team earned back-to-back wins for the first time this season after leading wire-to-wire in a 91-70 victory Monday night against UW-Waukesha at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. The WolfPack saw five players score in double-figures for the second time this season, both resulting in wins after accomplishing the same feat against Rochester CTC on November 20. The win improves the 'Pack to 28-12 all-time against Waukesha, and to 2-1 against Wisconsin-based opponents this year.

Monster first quarter guides WolfPack past Cougars to eighth straight win

MADISON, WISC. - The combination of full-court pressure and some red-hot shooting in the first quarter propelled the Madison College women's basketball team to its biggest single quarter of the season, and ultimately a resounding 78-33 win over in-state foe UW-Waukesha on Monday inside H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. The WolfPack connected on a season-high ten 3-pointers, seven of which came in the opening ten minutes as the home team raced out to a 35-7 advantage. The fifth straight win over the Cougars gives the 'Pack a 32-13 lead in the all-time series with their in-state foe, and moves Madison College to 3-0 against Wisconsin-based teams so far this season.

WolfPack's Hostetler, Trapino named NJCAA First Team All-Americans

The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) put the finishing touches on the 2018 fall sports season with the announcement of several All-American teams, and it featured a pair of Madison College student-athletes. Sophomore Paige Hostetler was selected NJCAA Division III Women's Volleyball First Team All-American, and fellow sophomore Peyton Trapino earned NJCAA Division III Women's Soccer First Team All-American. The tandem was also part of a rare feat, joining sophomore Dejesus Herrera of the WolfPack men's soccer team, as Madison College became the first school in the history of the North Central Community College Conference to sweep the league's three fall Most Valuable Player awards.

WolfPack men end skid with historic 100th game win against Western Tech

MADISON, WISC. - Long-time rivals Madison College and Western Technical College played in their historic 100th all-time meeting on Wednesday night at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium, and the WolfPack continued their dominance of the head-to-head series with a 90-77 win. The 'Pack is now 67-33 against the Cavaliers in a rivalry that dates back to 1970. The win is the fifth consecutive against WTC and also snapped a current two game losing skid.

WolfPack survive challenge from Western Tech, keep win streak alive

MADISON, WISC. - It may not have been pretty, but the Madison College women's basketball team managed to keep their win streak alive with a 64-61 over Western Technical College on Wednesday night at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. Playing the 96th all-time meeting against the Cavaliers, the WolfPack saw a double-digit lead evaporate before rallying late to close out the win with the game's final six points improve to 75-21 in their most played rivalry. The 'Pack has won seven straight on the year and five consecutive over WTC.

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