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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.
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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.
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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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First half deficit too much to overcome as WolfPack drop second straight
ELGIN, ILL. - The Madison College men's basketball team was unable to find balance in their inside-and-outside game and eventually lost 90-81 at Elgin Community College on Saturday. The WolfPack were just 2 for 19 (10.5%) beyond the arc, while forwards Adam Anhold, Alex Berg, and Alex Easterday combined for 50 points. The loss is the second straight for the 'Pack and the fifth in seven all-time meetings with the Spartans.
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FINISHING KICK: WolfPack dominate fourth quarter, push win streak to six straight
ELGIN, ILL. - An impressive fourth quarter at both ends of the floor allowed the Madison College women's basketball team to reach six consecutive games on their current win streak as they defeated Region IV foe Elgin Community College 66-59 on the road Saturday. The WolfPack owned the final period by a 17-4 margin and used an 11-0 run that started in the third to erase a nine-point deficit and propel them to their fourth straight victory over the Spartans. Head coach Lois Heeren was unable to travel with the team, so longtime Madison College assistant Mike Mayfield earned his first collegiate win as a head coach.
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WolfPack hit century mark in high-scoring win over Bryant & Stratton
MADISON, WISC. - A frenetic game was decided by a 26-13 closing run by the Madison College women's basketball team as they ran past in-state foe Bryant & Stratton College by a 100-94 final Wednesday night at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. The WolfPack reached the century mark for the first time in two years, thanks in large part to Evonne Strahm's 33 points, which ties the freshman for the eighth highest scoring game in program history. The high-scoring win extends the team's current win streak to five straight after starting the season 0-3, while also giving the 'Pack a 2-1 lead in the short all-time series with the Bobcats.
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BUZZER BEATEN: WolfPack fall in dramatic fashion to Bryant & Stratton
MADISON, WISC. - A matchup of two in-state foes Wednesday night at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium came down to the final possession, however, a costly turnover by the Madison College men's basketball team allowed Bryant & Stratton College to steal an 84-82 win at the buzzer. The contest featured ten ties and 13 lead changes before the Bobcats defeated the WolfPack for the first time in their brief three-game history, which have been decided by eight total points. The 'Pack concludes a four-game homestand with a 2-2 record and will hit the road this weekend.
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Madison College Volleyball All Skills Summer Camp
Description The 2019 Madison College Summer All Skills Volleybal Camp will focus on the skill development of each player. Our Freshman/JV camp will focus primarily on the fundamentals with each skill, covering technique and getting a lot of reps to encourage consistency. The Varsity camp will build off of the fundamental skills from the Freshman/JV camp but will also implement more advanced level skills & IQ for the faster pace game. Each session is led by our current Women's Volleyball Head Coach, Jeff Thomas and assisted by staff and current Madison College players. WHEN GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CAMP - 1 - July 15-16 from 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM - Frosh & JV (8th-10th grade, not mandatory if they play varsity & want advanced level skills) 2 - July 17-18 from 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM - Varsity (11th-12th grade, also includes any graduating senior headed for college) WHO Youth in Grades 8-12 | (including incoming college freshman) SCHEDULE DAY ONE 5:00pm - Check-in, Drop-in Registrations(on-site additions) 5:30pm - Staff Introductions & Camp Overview 5:40pm - Dynamic Warm Up 5:45pm - Skill 1 - Serving Skill 2 - Passing/Serve Receive Skill 3 - Setting 7:45pm - Team Play 8:15pm - Strength/Conditioning & Wrap Up DAY TWO 5:30pm - Dynamic Warm Up 5:40pm - Review of Day One Skills 5:50pm - Skill 4 - Blocking Skill 5 - Hitting Skill 6 - Defense 7:45pm - Team Play 8:15pm - Strength/Conditioning & Thank You LOCATION Madison College Truax Campus, H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium, 1701 Wright Street, Madison, WI 53704. Please refer to the following map for directions... Truax Campus Parking Map WHAT TO BRING Each camper should bring volleyball attire & necessary equipment, towel and a water bottle for hydration. INSURANCE All campers must have their own health and accident insurance. The parent/guardian must sign a waiver for the child to participate. COST (Includes) $75 / player / camp (2 days of position training, organized team play, camp T-Shirt & souvenir) REGISTRATION Registration is now available... REGISTER REFUND POLICY Full refunds are made only if Madison College cancels programs. Refunds (minus a $25 administrative fee per participant) will only be given up to two weeks prior to the start of camp. Any misconduct can be cause for removal from the camp without a refund. For more information visit madisoncollegecamps.com or call (608) 245-2112.   Our Freshman/JV camp will focus primarily on the fundamentals with each skill, covering technique and getting a lot of reps to encourage consistency. The Varsity camp will build off of the fundamental skills from the Freshman/JV camp but will also implement more advanced level skills & IQ for the faster pace game. Each session is led by our current Women's Volleyball Head Coach, Jeff Thomas and assisted by staff and current Madison College players.
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Dozen three-pointers send WolfPack to most lopsided win of season
MADISON, WISC. - A close game turned one-sided Tuesday night at H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium as the Madison College men's basketball team used a 19-2 run at the end of the first half to trigger a 94-62 blowout of Rochester Community & Technical College. The WolfPack received scoring from ten of the 11 players that saw game action, including double-digit efforts from all five starters, and knocked down a season-high dozen three-pointers. The win is the second straight against the Yellowjackets and narrows the head-to-head record to 16-13 in favor of RCTC.
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WolfPack use late Connor layup to keep win streak alive
MADISON, WISC. - Freshman Jayla Connor came through in the clutch on Tuesday night with a layup in the final minute to give the Madison College women's basketball team a 71-69 victory over visiting Rochester Community & Technical College (MN) in H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium. Connor was one of three first year players to score in double-figures as the trio combined to net 49 of the team's points. After starting the season 0-3, the WolfPack has now won four straight games to sit above .500 for the first time.