UW-Whitewater, behind a complete game from Lake Bachar, earned a 3-0 win over Washington (Mo.).
UW-Whitewater's baseball team dug itself a big hole Wednesday.
The defending Division III national champion Warhawks lost their NCAA tournament opener for the first time since 2001 and will have to advance out...
Both John Vodenlich and Mikole Pierce completed personal three-peats in All-WIAC baseball honors.
Vodenlich, the Warhawks coach, earned the conference's Coach of the Year honor for the third straight year....
UW-Whitewater opens tournament play Wednesday against Ripon College in La Crosse.
UW-Stevens Point scored in every inning from the fifth after going scoreless through the first four and beat UW-Whitewater 15-7 to earn the WIAC's automatic bid to the NCAA Division III baseball tournament.
UW-Whitewater plays UW-Stevens Point at noon Sunday at home for the WIAC tournament title and an automatic berth into the NCAA tournament.
Steve Chamberlain had a two-RBI double in the first inning and Mikole Pierce had three hits and a solo home run in the eighth to give the UW-Whitewater Warhawks a 5-2 win Friday in their first game in the WIAC baseball tournament.
Championship baseball teams have to be able to win games in a variety of ways. The UW-Whitewater Warhawks showed their versatility Sunday in sweeping a WIAC doubleheader against UW-Stout and winning the conference's regular-season championship.
Bekka Houda and Kelynn Sporer each tossed a shutout Sunday to carry the UW-Whitewater Warhawks softball team to the WIAC tournament championship. Houda beat UW-Oshkosh 8-0 in five innings, and Sporer beat River Falls 4-0. The two pitchers combined to allow just six hits in the two games.
The UW-Whitewater baseball team moved closer to a WIAC title Saturday.
The Warhawks got complete games from Lake Bachar and Mike Nompleggi in sweeping a doubleheader at UW-Stout, winning 10-4 and 6-1.