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Madison College Athletic Hall of Fame accepting 2020 nominations
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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Madison College to host Wisconsin High School Esports Fall State Championship
Madison College is preparing to host some of the top video game players when the Wisconsin High School Esports Association brings its 2019 Fall State Championship to the Truax Campus on Saturday, December 14 at 9:00 a.m. The one-day event in room D1630 will feature prep teams from around the state competing in four games: Overwatch, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, League of Legends, and Rocket League.
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Register for the 2020 Madison College Spring Training Baseball Camp
Madison College is hosting the 2020 Spring Training Baseball Camp on four Sundays. This four-session camp will provide an excellent environment for individuals to learn new baseball skills and techniques, while preparing for upcoming baseball tryouts and the 2020 season.
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Register Now for the 2019 Madison College Holiday Softball Camp
Madison College is hosting their third annual Holiday Softball Camp for grades 5-12. This camp will provide an excellent environment for individuals to learn hitting and pitching techniques from a talented staff of coaches.
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Heavy free throw total pushes WolfPack over Malcolm X over holiday weekend
CHICAGO, ILL. - The free throw line became an all-too-comfortable spot for the Madison College men's basketball team on Saturday, as they used a school record for makes and attempts to defeat NJCAA Division I Malcolm X College by an 85-80 final. Taking advantage of 34 personal fouls on the Hawks, the WolfPack went 40 for 53, and was led by freshmen Allen Robinson and Jason Williams, the latter of which posted his third double-double of the season. The win snaps a two-game losing streak for the 'Pack, and improves them to 2-0 all-time against Malcolm X College after the teams met for the first time since the 1997-98 season.