College Highlights (Nov. 18)

NEW Media Staff

UW-River Falls

Shawano Community High School graduates Gage and Crede Timm both played in the UW-River Falls football team’s win over UW-Stout on Nov. 12.

Gage Timm was credited with one solo tackle. Crede Timm punted four times for a combined 138 yards, also pinning Stout inside its 20-yard line twice.

Saginaw Valley State University

Shawano grad Tori DePerry got her senior season with the Saginaw Valley State women’s basketball team off to a strong start with a pair of strong games last week.

In a season-opening loss to Northwood on Nov. 11, DePerry started and played 20 minutes. She finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds, while also recording a steal. Six of the rebounds came on the offensive glass.

DePerry then powered the team to a win over Findlay on Nov. 12. She scored 27 points after making 7 of her 11 shots and 13 of her 15 free throw attempts. She also tallied 10 rebounds, three assists and one steal.

UW-Eau Claire

Bonduel graduate Isaac Garside totaled 75 total yards of offense during the UW-Eau Claire football team’s loss to UW-Oshkosh on Nov. 12.

Garside carried the ball three times for 17 yards and hauled in four receptions for 58 more yards.

Concordia-St. Paul

Pulaski grad Andrew Egnarski racked up 10 total tackles for the Concordia-St. Paul football team in its win over Minot State on Nov. 12.

Seven of the 10 tackles were solo ones. He also had 1½ tackles for losses.

UW-Green Bay

Wittenberg-Birnamwood graduate McKenna Metropulos competed in four events while representing the UW-Green Bay women’s swim team during a dual win over St. Norbert on Nov. 12.

Metropulos won the 200-yard IM with a time of 2 minutes, 18.83 seconds and was also first in the 100 freestyle in 53.45 seconds. She was also on the first-place finishing 200 freestyle relay (1:40.64) and 200 medley relay (1:51.28) teams.

Shawano graduate Grace Beyer placed 169th while running for the UW-Green Bay women’s cross-country team NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championships on Nov. 11.

Beyer completed the course in 23:23.3.

University of Minnesota Duluth

Pulaski grad Logan Kobus punted five times and also served as the holder for the University of Minnesota Duluth football team in its win over Northern State on Nov. 12.

His five punts traveled a combined 163 yards, with a long of 44. He pinned the opponent inside its own 20-yard line once.

Carroll University

Pulaski grad Jake Binkowski and Shawano grad Kaleb Lowney each registered tackles for the Carroll football team in its loss to Washington University in St. Louis on Nov. 12.

Binkowski was credited with three total tackles, including a ½ tackle for loss. Lowney posted two solo tackles.

UW-La Crosse

Pulaski graduate Maggie Hernandez helped the UW-La Crosse women’s soccer team to a pair of tournament wins last week..

In a 3-0 win over Greenville on Nov. 11, Hernandez had two shots and also was credited with an assist. She took one shot in the team’s 1-0 win over Illinois Wesleyan on Nov. 12.

UWL will continue its season with a third round game against Virginia Wesleyan on Nov. 19.

Ripon College

Gillett graduate Angela Mosconi placed 121st while running for the Ripon women’s cross-country team at the NCAA Division III North Region Championships on Nov. 12.

Mosconi turned in a time of 25:02.7.

Witt-Birn graduate Lauren Bahr swam in four events for the Ripon women’s swim team during the Gene Davis Invitational on Nov. 12.

She placed third in the 100 backstroke (1:06.63) and was eighth in the 50 freestyle (27.85) and 100 freestyle (1:01.08). Bahr also was on the second-place finishing 200 freestyle relay team (1:51.73).

Bemidji State University

Shawano grad Brooke Theis started in her first career game for the Bemidji State women’s basketball team. The team won 60-43 over Valley City State on Nov. 11.

In 24 minutes, Theis grabbed nine rebounds and scored four points.

University of Missouri

Oconto Falls graduate Clayton Whiting opened his collegiate career by going 3-1 while wrestling for Missouri at the Tiger Style Invite on Nov. 12.

His wins were by decision (5-4, 11-6 and 2-1). Whiting’s lone loss came to a Missouri teammate by 3-1 decision.

Northern Michigan University

Witt-Birn grad Abi Fraaza played in her first two games for the Northern Michigan women’s basketball team last week.

Fraaza grabbed three rebounds across nine minutes in the team’s win over Lewis on Nov. 11. She then had six points, three rebounds, one assist, one block and one steal across 17 minutes in a win over William Jewell on Nov. 12.

St. Cloud State University

Pulaski graduate Jasmine Litt helped the St. Cloud State women’s basketball team to a pair of wins last week.

Litt scored 11 points and tallied five rebounds across 14 minutes in a win over Valley City State on Nov. 12. She posted four rebounds and two points across 21 minutes in a win over Presentation College on Nov. 13.

Wisconsin Lutheran College

Bonduel grad Kara Troxel combined to play 25 minutes across two Wisconsin Lutheran women’s basketball team games last week.

In a loss to Calvin on Nov. 11, Troxel tallied three points, two rebounds and a steal across 13 minutes. Troxel had one rebound across 12 minutes in a win over DePauw on Nov. 12.

Pulaski grad Trevor Stiede and Bonduel grad Carson Robaidek each played for the WLC men’s basketball team during the first two games of the season.

Stiede started and tallied 11 points, five assists, one rebound and two steals in a win over Martin Luther on Nov. 11. He then had seven points, six rebounds, two steals and an assist in a loss to Bethany Lutheran on Nov. 12.

Robaidek played against Martin Lutheran, grabbing a defensive rebound in three minutes of action.

Augsburg University

Bonduel graduate Max Sokolski finished 1-2 while wrestling for Augsburg at the Luther College Open on Nov. 12.

Sokolski lost by sudden victory (3-1) in his first match, but earned a win by medical forfeit in his next matchup. He was topped 7-1 in his final match of the day.