College Highlights (Sept. 16)

NEW Media Staff

Carroll University

Pulaski High School graduate Jake Binkowski led the Carroll football team with six solo tackles in a win over Wisconsin Lutheran College on Sept. 10.

Binkowski started at free safety for Carroll.

UW-La Crosse

Pulaski graduate Maggie Hernandez attempted two shots on goal across two matches for the UW-La Crosse women’s soccer team last week.

In a loss to Illinois Wesleyan on Sept. 11, she had three total shots, with one on goal. Hernandez tallied two shots, with one on goal, in a win over Dominican on Sept. 10

UW-Eau Claire

Bonduel graduate Isaac Garside got five touches in the UW-Eau Claire football team’s loss to Central (Iowa) on Sept. 10.

He rushed twice for 26 yards and caught three passes for an additional 11 yards.

Parker Bohm, another Bonduel grad, served as the team’s long snapper in the contest. He was on the field for two snaps.

UW-Stevens Point

Oconto Falls graduate Dakota Carriveau was credited with three total tackles in the UW-Stevens Point football team’s loss to St. Norbert on Sept. 10.

Carriveau is up to five solo tackles on the season.

UW-Green Bay

Shawano grad Grace Beyer placed 28th while running for the UW-Green Bay women’s cross-country team at the Green Bay Phoenix Open on Sept. 9.

Beyer completed the race in 25 minutes, 19.4 seconds.

University of Minnesota Duluth

Pulaski graduate Logan Kobus punted seven times in the Minnesota Duluth football team’s loss to Minnesota State University on Sept. 10.

Kobus averaged 42.4 yards a punt, including a long punt of 51 yards. Two of his punts pinned Minnesota State inside its 20-yard line.

Minnesota State University-Moorhead

Pulaski graduate Jocelin Feutz has played in four matches for the Minnesota State University-Moorhead volleyball team this season.

Feutz recorded an attack kill, dig and solo block in a loss to Augustana on Sept. 2.

She tallied two block assists, one dig and one attack kill in a win over Minnesota-Crookston on Sept. 9 and then posted three attack kills, one assist, one dig and five block assists in a victory against Bemidji State on Sept. 10.

UW-River Falls

Shawano grad Crede Timm punted five times for the UW-River Falls football team in its loss to St. John’s University on Sept. 10.

His five punts traveled 151 yards for a 30.2-yard average, with a long punt of 38 yards.