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Fourth quarter rally nets narrow WolfPack win over rival Stormers
MADISON, WISC. - The finish to the 87th all-time meeting between Milwaukee Area Technical College and Madison College on Wednesday provided as unique a finish as has likely ever been seen in the long-standing rivalry between the two in-state programs. In the end, the WolfPack survived with an 82-79 victory in a North Central Community College Conference women's basketball game at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium to extend their winning streak in the series to four straight. Sophomore Aniah Williams tallied a season-high 31 points to help the 'Pack overcome a 16-point fourth quarter deficit and take a 74-13 lead in the head-to-head series.
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WolfPack fall short in upset bid of #2 Milwaukee Tech
MADISON, WISC. - The biggest statistical difference in Wednesday night's in-state and North Central Community College Conference rivalry matchup between Milwaukee Area Technical College and the Madison College men's basketball team came on the glass. The NJCAA Division II #2-ranked Stormers secured 28 more rebounds in a 108-89 decision over the WolfPack, who saw six players reach double-figure scoring before the final horn inside H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. The 'Pack has lost three straight games to their oldest rival, yet still lead the all-time series by a 64-51.
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WolfPack gives #23 Trojans toughest test so far in N4C play
MADISON, WISC. - The Madison College men's basketball showed no quit Saturday inside H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium, winning the second half of their North Central Community College Conference contest and eventually taking a 94-79 loss to six-time defending league champion Triton College. Four-players scored in double-digits to help the WolfPack outscore the Trojans, who are currently ranked #23 in the NJCAA Division I Poll, by nine points in the second half.
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Home loss snaps win streak as WolfPack fall to Triton
MADISON, WISC. - Saturday afternoon was just one of those days when the ball doesn't go in the hole for the Madison College women's basketball team, who dropped a 68-49 North Central Community College Conference contest to NJCAA Division II Triton College at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. The WolfPack, whose three-game win streak came to an end, shot 28% from the floor for their second-lowest shooting percentage of the season, and saw only sophomore Aniah Williams score in double-figures with 24 points. The setback is the second in the last three meetings with the Trojans, and narrows the all-time series to 18-4 in favor of the 'Pack.
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Third straight win comes as WolfPack more than double up Chaparrals
MADISON, WISC. - The Madison College women's basketball team has rebounded from an 0-2 start in the North Central Community College Conference to win three straight games after a dismantling the College of DuPage by an 84-41 final Wednesday night at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. The WolfPack jumped out to a big first quarter lead, and then used a balanced offensive attack that resulted in five players scoring in double-figures to push their win streak over the Chaparrals to 14 consecutive. The all-time series now stands at 26-13 in favor of the 'Pack.
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WolfPack surrender double-digit lead in dramatic loss to DuPage
MADISON, WISC. - The results of a positive first half of play Wednesday quickly evaporated when the Madison College men's basketball team lost a double-digit lead and took an 80-79 loss to begin a four-game homestand at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. The WolfPack built a 13-point halftime lead, thanks in part to the precision long-range shooting of freshman Marcus Kartes on his way to a career-high 20 points, however, the Chaparrals rallied in the second half and hung on to snap an eight-game 'Pack win streak in head-to-head matchups. Madison College, which had won back-to-back North Central Community College Conference games entering the contest, still owns a 15-11 edge in the all-time series
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Come-from-behind win puts WolfPack at .500 in N4C
CHICAGO, ILL. - An impressive finishing kick propelled the Madison College men's basketball team to the finish line Saturday as they earned an 86-79 come-from-behind victory over NJCAA Division II Wilbur Wright College in a North Central Community College contest. A season-best six players scored in double-figures as part of a balanced attack that generated a 13-5 run to close out the game. The WolfPack has won four consecutive in the head-to-head series, which they lead by a 17-4 tally.
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WolfPack earns second straight win after rallying to force OT
CHICAGO, ILL. - In a game that featured six ties and six lead changes, the Madison College women's basketball team outlasted NJCAA Division II Wilbur Wright College 80-74 in overtime to claim a second straight North Central Community College Conference victory. Four players scored in double-figures, including a career-high 20 points from Olivia Marron and a pair of huge long-range bombs from freshman Amber Sue Udelhoven, en route to earning the team's tenth win of the season. The victory is the WolfPack's 13th straight over the Rams, and pushes the all-time series to 16-1.
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Largest win of season nets first N4C victory for WolfPack
PALATINE, ILL. - The Madison College men's basketball team picked up their first win in North Central Community College Conference play with a resounding 98-59 victory over Harper College on Wednesday, ending a two-game losing streak. Five players reached double-figures in scoring, with Jason Williams and Davion Washington picking up double-doubles in the program's largest margin of victory since a 40-point home win over Kishwaukee College in December 2017. The WolfPack's fourth straight win - and ninth in the past 11 meetings - over the Hawks improves their all-time record against the N4C foe to 15-10.
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WolfPack's first N4C win comes in historic fashion
PALATINE, ILL. - The first North Central Community College Conference win this season for the Madison College women's basketball team also marked the largest victory in program history, as they dismantled Harper College by a 100-15 final Wednesday night. Behind a season-high five double-digit scorers, the 85-point margin of victory is the largest since a 106-20 decision over Waukesha County Technical College in February 2004. The win is also the 15th consecutive over the Hawks, and puts the 'Pack ahead in the all-time series by a 17-2 tally.