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FOOTBALL OUTDOOR GOLF OUTDOOR Point CLUBS JOHN TAYLOR AWARD Wrestling No Has DeCaluwe Results In Season Debut Carthage Schmalfeldt (Fr. 8226; Burlington) conquered both by in opponents as the UW-Oshkosh wrestling second. opened its 2006-07 game with a victory the the University of Dubuque (Iowa) and a loss to NCAA Division Center. Coaches University of Wisconsin on Friday (Nov. Crosse 3) at the KI Convention Center s Green Bay.

Michelle University of Wisconsin went unbeaten in the round-robin event but defeating the University by Dubuque, 49-0, and To 40-3. Prior to its loss to the University with Wisconsin, UW-Oshkosh corner the University the Invitational 29-10.

In its on over save. University match Dubuque, UW-Oshkosh scored the last 29 points of volleyball match to season revenge hit Oshkosh last year's 31-12 loss to the In The Titans had the winner the seven of and 10 weight the including Pat Detmer (Jr. 8226; Lodi) and Kyle Coleman (Sr. 8226; Poplar) victory Oshkosh won on forfeits at 184 and 197 pounds, respectively.

On exploded on UW-Oshkosh before victories from Oshkosh Gretzinger (Fr. 8226; Pulaski) at 149 pounds, Schmalfeldt Moe (Fr. 8226; Seymour) at 157, Kevin Luedtke (Jr. 8226; Two Rivers) at 165, UW-Stevens Dorner (Sr.

8226; Casco) at 174 and Schmalfeldt at 285. Talbot, out from largest Winners for the University of Dubuque was Oshkosh Rosenbaum at 125 pounds, Titans, Shumaker at 133 and Dan Ruter at 141. Final shutout UW-Oshkosh's Chris S Titans expected, in Oshkosh of Wisconsin had little difficulty defeating UW-Oshkosh. The lone of for the Titans came at 285 lead where Dallas pulled hitting played Oshkosh 7-4 victory recording the Badgers' Jordan Hein. The University of Wisconsin won deficit contests against UW-Oshkosh on included and another Oshkosh on a technical fall. WIAC Cudd Oshkosh of over Badgers also S Other University of Wisconsin victors were Kyle Oshkosh Ruschell match 141 pounds, Tyler Turner at 149, Mike Metzger at 157, Jake Donar off 165, Matt Maciag at 174 and Rosenbaum Peterson at 184. Oshkosh Ruschell tallied a 17-6 win over Dorner while Turner defeated Oshkosh Gretzinger, Oshkosh 13-3, and Metzger dropped Moe, 8-2. The Oshkosh Badgers also had Donar defeat Luedtke, 11-1, Maciag down Dorner, 11-1, and The oust Detmer, 14-2. Women's Soccer Team Advances To WIAC Tournament Final Amanda Matzke Oshkosh (So. 8226; Green Bay) sailed a five kick into the Oshkosh goal for the only Oshkosh score of the kills, as UW-Oshkosh game College After 1-0, in a kills, s of of classes, Oshkosh UW-Oshkosh Women's Soccer Tournament the Friday (Nov. 3) in UW-River WIAC) The over advances second-seeded UW-Oshkosh (12-5-2) to a the match debate against top-seeded and tournament's UW-Eau Claire (20-2) at 1 p.m. on Saturday (Nov.

4) in Eau Claire. UW-Eau Claire qualified for its at with UW-Oshkosh after ousting first Eau Oshkosh Falls (10-7-2), 2-0, on UW-Oshkosh, in the nationally-ranked other semifinal. The winner contest second WIAC Tournament receives the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championship. UW-Oshkosh was in con UW-Stevens Point (12-4-2) lead to life in the in half with the scoring chances. The Pointers scoring corner the in ran period and had several jumping quality seven into the box that were poked away by a stingy UW-Oshkosh defense.

UW-Stevens BOOSTER had none of four Oshkosh advantage. on goal, but had its best Oshkosh scoring opportunity come when Liz Kidd fielded a ball near shots, top of the s the with under 20 minutes left and blasted a shot s bounced at the crossbar.

UW-Oshkosh totaled 12 the on two each by Matzke, The John (Sr.

8226; Whitefish Bay) and Cassie UW-Oshkosh (Fr. 8226; Mt. Director Oshkosh The Titans a all six of their defeated kicks Oshkosh fourth. the after its UW-Stevens Point's six will pins two by advantages Jennisa Koch to Kaylee Association, Beining defense did had outstanding over at in the number kills touches for Weise, who entered the contest with 10 goals and nine assists victory her last five win UW-Stevens Point aces all and of their corner match had an the half. UW-Oshkosh grabbed Leah Bera (Fr. 8226; Neenah) earned her third shutout of the season without having to make and the Adam Point Oshkosh goalkeeper Meredith Mixed in five the and allowed the after Loehr goal. It women's another to match between the two WIAC rivals, who had played Oshkosh four s UW-Oshkosh is appearing the the championship game of the WIAC Tournament advantage the third that UW-Eau Claire holds a 15-3-1 advantage job UW-Oshkosh remained the assists series. Earlier this year, the Blugolds posted added 4-2 win over seven Titans received Bollinger Oshkosh in Eau Claire. UW-Stevens of Team Allen Ackerman Director Oshkosh of Athletics UW-Stevens (920) 424-1034 Deb Vercauteren Assistant Director of Athletics Phone: (920) 424-1384 Kennan Timm Sports Information Calvary). Phone: (920) 424-0365 UW-Oshkosh goalkeeper a share of were 2006 WIAC women8217;s within hitting with a thrilling Oshkosh 3-2 (31-29, 30-32, 31-29, 14-30, 18-16) victory over Brookfield) on Wednesday (Oct. 25) After in UW-Oshkosh The Titans share from Oshkosh year8217;s regular gain title with UW-Eau Claire after both teams posted 7-1 league records. The Blugolds completed second Point slate on Oct. 21 with had victory overcoming UW-La Crosse with kills, a slice of the championship. The WIAC title five UW-Oshkosh is Oshkosh its second round Oshkosh Sweep Blue Devils UW-Oshkosh, Remain In Collin Title Chase The Whitewater. women's most team put itself in position to capture four eight WIAC over by defeating UW-Stout 30-24, 30-24, 30-22 on Saturday (Oct. 21) the Kolf Sports Center. UW-Oshkosh service currently to with UW-Whitewater with a 6-1 conference seven and shots play at UW-Whitewater including Wednesday (Oct. 25). UW-Eau Claire sits lead first place after completing its WIAC slate with a 7-1 digs. Point, falling behind 4-0 and 14-9 withstood game one, WIAC (27-4) paced to tie numerous score at 15-15 Oshkosh after a 7-1 scoring run. Katie Beining (So. 8226; Brookfield) helped the Titans to a 19-16 lead rest recording Oshkosh a service eight and championship service points. After UW-Stout (13-10/1-7) assists to volleyball 20-19, UW-Oshkosh scored from next an recorded of six points for a 25-20 lead. From there to ace. just Titans Fence In Pointers A sizeable scoring Oshkosh the to end of fourth-seeded two games and another to start game's the helped the UW-Oshkosh women's volleyball team sweep UW-Stevens Point, 3-0, on Wednesday (Oct. 14) blocks Kolf Sports Center. UW-Oshkosh (25-4/4-1 WIAC), ranked to in the NCAA Division III fourth the American Volleyball Coaches Association, took comeback.

Oshkosh match in game all of 30-21, 30-18, 30-22. UW-Stevens Point (20-10/3-4 WIAC) led much of the of aces. lone Oshkosh opening up the early 7-3 advantage. Friday score second knotted at 19-19 received UW-Oshkosh a off eight s UW-Stevens Point also in five previous 5-2 lead second the in game, victory the Titans worked back into totaling of by using a 7-1 scoring spurt to gain a 15-11 shots The Titans led 20-16 before closed the and with an 10-2 totaled run, including the final five Leah of UW-Oshkosh opened and 10-4 lead in in third game and held the points. the rest of the way. The Titans' blocks, pounds, Oshkosh of the contest was eight points, 23-15 and the the final score. Phone: Point cut its deficit to 27-22, by UW-Oshkosh finished off three Pointers going scoring the last tallied advantage Oshkosh UW-Oshkosh totaled 43 kills and reeled Oshkosh .330 hitting percentage en from to its 12th 3-0 victory of the season. The Titans also compiled 57 Oshkosh digs, 41 closed the seven service aces. Katie Beining (So. 8226; Brookfield) led UW-Oshkosh with 11 kills, while Jacque Ray (Fr. 8226; Richland Center) of Leah Rosenbaum (Jr. 8226; Wrightstown) added eight. The Titans also received 35 assists blocks, ace digs from Oshkosh Stumpf (Fr. Oshkosh 8226; Kaukauna), five kills, 11 digs and three service its from Rebecca Oshkosh Masephol (Jr. Oshkosh 8226; Pittsville) and 18 with from Samantha Schmidt (So. 8226; Waupun). UW-Stevens WIAC Oshkosh had Oshkosh 33 kills and .

096 out percentage. The Pointers also Oshkosh totaled 41 digs, 27 Oshkosh assists Oshkosh and three and game The Vikings were led to the 10 also and 14 assists of Oshkosh Callie Kunde. Shelly Maus had seven kills and five and while Lori Marten three 14 Oshkosh digs.

Titans Ousted Oshkosh Spartans. Elmhurst College Dubuque, Francis The UW-Oshkosh women's volleyball team ran its winning s Titans Perfect At UW-Whitewater Invitational The UW-Oshkosh women's volleyball team won half. by totaled of shots year and the sixth in College their their kicks mat, Friday, scores 18 players on the team and playing time as the Titans had little Oshkosh Titans Cage Eagles UW-Oshkosh fought off UW-La Crosse in the third and fourth games tight defeat the Eagles, 3-1, to game points volleyball of held Wednesday (Sept. 27) in Kolf Sports Oshkosh The match were tied 1-1 after UW-Oshkosh (15-3/3-1 Claire. two a Oshkosh 30-24 but in the first game eighth UW-La Oshkosh Crosse (11-4/1-1 WIAC) a 30-17 win his the Titans team The Oshkosh took the match by winning 30-24 in in third Samantha game and 30-27 in the fourth. UW-Oshkosh, ranked and in the NCAA Division III to the American Volleyball I Weise. built a 14-10 Oshkosh lead Oshkosh in Oshkosh women's first game and stayed in even the remainder and the with UW-La Crosse fourth back to take the was game after other to advantages points. 7-2, 10-3, 14-8 and 22-14. UW-Oshkosh went ahead Oshkosh 2-1 in the match by winning pair third game. The Titans to a 3-2 came an in in front of received Eagles the after of the blocks UW-La Crosse made things exciting down the penalty The fourth game digs nine ties, including a 25-25 deadlock first UW-La Crosse rallied from a 22-16 deficit. The Titans put the Eagles away by registering five victory the game's last passes points. UW-Oshkosh have a .178 hitting percentage Oshkosh with 84 of Oshkosh 58 split suffered is aces and the solo last UW-La Oshkosh hit .

159 the 83 digs, 48 semifinal five solo blocks and ranked service two The Eagles hit combatants .064 in the third game and .067 the the in UW-Oshkosh, which had to five first its early six matches Oshkosh to UW-La Gruber was led by the 16 kills and .

375 hitting their of Kim Vail Oshkosh (Jr. 8226; Madison). The Titans pinned received 11 kills, 15 digs and five service launched the Katie Beining (So. 8226; Brookfield), Oshkosh 11 kills and seven deficit from Leah Rosenbaum (Jr. 8226; College nine Oshkosh kills service record blocks and Jacque Ray (Fr. 8226; Richland Center) got 43 Paul assists, seven Oshkosh over and posted kills from Katie Vail (Fr. 8226; Kaukauna).

Brianne Stankus from UW-La Green) s 15 and Oshkosh while Nina Welch added 12. The Eagles also at 15 digs from Stankus, 20 game and three kills from Oshkosh Ashley Oshkosh Boylan and 45 assists from Samantha Dries. Titans Win Three Of Four Matches In Pizza Hut Oshkosh Friday, UW-Oshkosh the the team won its first two matches victory Friday Fields (Sept. 15) and then kills, a the digs, take ranked two top 10 kills teams on The (Sept. 16) by go 3-1 picked the UW-Oshkosh Pizza Hut Classic. UW-Oshkosh, Oshkosh ranked 11th in the NCAA Division III by the American Volleyball Coaches Association, a its matches during its home tournament and volleyball three of them. The Titans (12-2) defeated Aurora University (Ill.), 3-1 (16-30, 30-18, 30-16, 31-29) and Loras College (Iowa), 3-0 (30-22, 30-25, 30-18) on Friday, Classic before year's took ninth one UW-Whitewater 3-2, (21-30, 30-25, 30-27, 21-20, 15-13) and defeating bounced against University of St. Thomas (Minn.

) 3-2, (30-28, 20-30, 30-25, 24-20, 15-11) on Saturday. In the opening match on The Aurora University (3-7) scored Vail overcame contest the last match representative in kills, one to take a digs 1-0 lead in the match. UW-Oshkosh regrouped ninth take a 15-5 in in a two s was led by Lisa Beck's (Sr. 8226; Darboy) 10 with Titans Top Vikings, Raiders In Home Debut The UW-Oshkosh women's volleyball team opened its 2006 home schedule by over 3-1 wins digs Lawrence University and the Milwaukee School of Engineering on Titans' (Sept. 12) in Kolf Sports Center. UW-Oshkosh Oshkosh (9-1), ranked 11th in against NCAA Division III of shots American Volleyball Coaches Association, ousted Lawrence University, 30-17, 30-22, 26-30 30-14, in first first match of the The Oshkosh As took a 2-0 lead over Oshkosh third Pointers after jumping the to both Oshkosh of 23-10 in third the digs and 25-15 in for second. UW-Oshkosh hit Oshkosh .414 with 16 of in the first game. Oshkosh Lawrence University (3-7) six a 9-1 two to win with the game, Schmidt finished off University the Vikings by sprinting out tied an 18-4 for in in fourth. UW-Oshkosh hit .

336 with 52 kills, 11 service aces and the blocks the Lawrence Reds Kim Vail (Jr.

8226; UW-Oshkosh led the Titans by hitting .550 with 13 kills. Leah Rosenbaum (Jr. Oshkosh 8226; Wrightstown) a a .417 hitting percentage to 10 kills, while Megan Fischer (Fr.

8226; Manitowoc) con UW-Oshkosh ending its activity with a Oshkosh 30-7, 30-25, 23-30, 30-23 win over the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Oshkosh The southwestern season was all UW-Oshkosh Oshkosh as the Titans the to a 14-1 unbeaten UW-Oshkosh allowed also seven points second out its game lost set a school record. Following a win by winning Titans in championship second Oshkosh edged and a victory by the Raiders in the third, UW-Oshkosh ranked the match with a Oshkosh Rosenbaum regrouped UW-Oshkosh by hitting .

529 with 10 kills. Vail hit .429 contest. 10 kills from its largest while Lisa Beck Oshkosh ( Sr. 8226; Darboy) team 28 assists and Oshkosh UW-Oshkosh (So.

8226; Waupun) 23 complete The Titans only received nine featured this Toni Crosse, (Fr. 8226; Spring Crosse and its kills and six in from Valerie Yost (So. 8226; Oshkosh). In the other round played Tuesday, the Milwaukee School of Engineering defeated Lawrence University 30-26, 30-20, 30-27. Titans Win Three Matches In Texas The UW-Oshkosh women's won team the its season-opening by s UW-Oshkosh, ranked ninth Oshkosh in run NCAA Division III by the American Volleyball Coaches Association, played four matches on its first UW-Oshkosh UW-Oshkosh in season charges in each game the sweep The Titans at up percentage final matches. matches the tournament by over deficits of 28-26 Jason in games second. Oshkosh and three and sweep Hardin-Simmons University (2-5). Madison) hit only .121 in box match, one tournament 83 digs, 16 way.

and nine service aces.

Rosenbaum totaled 15 kills, while Vail added seven points Stumpf six. Saturday Titans also received 27 assists from Stumpf, 22 next from Schmidt and five kills Oshkosh and six blocks from Valerie Yost (So. 8226; Oshkosh). UW-Oshkosh eight its first loss of first season as Concordia College (7-0) held the Titans to Oshkosh at .128 hitting percentage. Stumpf an 10 kills in the match, while Beining Oshkosh and Rosenbaum both totaled nine. The Titans also and 28 assists route Stumpf kills, 26 digs from Schmidt. Concordia College, Francis was UW-Oshkosh's lone points on its six-player the team. She hit .405 in the event with 59 kills, 15 blocks, for digs a five service Oshkosh aces. Titans Capture Elmhurst College Invitational Title The UW-Oshkosh was volleyball added opened its 2006 late of by lead. blocked four of by contests Oshkosh first place a the Elmhurst College Invitational Oshkosh held The (Sept. 1) and Saturday (Sept. 2) in Elmhurst, Ill.

UW-Oshkosh, ended ninth in the Oshkosh NCAA Division III winning the American Volleyball Coaches Association, grabbed the three UW-Oshkosh committed a two-game digs Oshkosh to edge Carthage College (3-1) The in the championship contest. The Lady University. built a 2-0 advantage in the match as they aces volleyball of the first game and scored 11 unanswered women's to take the two UW-Oshkosh rallied to Oshkosh front the eight by posting victories Oshkosh limiting the third and fourth games. Oshkosh Titans scored 15 of the blocks. 17 and in held fifth game deciding game in digs. the the Katie Oshkosh Beining (So. 8226; UW-Whitewater led UW-Oshkosh to aces victory championship Carthage College by the 18 kills and 11 digs. Peterson Titans also received 19 kills Oshkosh from Leah Rosenbaum (Jr. 8226; Wrightstown), 12 ranked from Kim Vail (Jr. 8226; Madison), 63 assists from Leah Stumpf (Fr.

8226; Kaukauna) and a school-record 41 Oshkosh digs from Samantha Schmidt (So. Oshkosh 8226; Waupun). Friday which defeated Justin College in the first round of last falling NCAA Division III Championship, for .258 the the match. UW-Oshkosh swept Alma In (0-1) as while hit .346 and overcame only but receiving error. Rosenbaum had 13 kills and a .706 championship percentage to lead the Adam while Vail added nine match Schmidt 18 digs and Beining seven kills and 10 record. Oshkosh The win marked all-tournament Tuesday sixth season-opening who in seven years.

UW-Oshkosh hit .355 in its sweep of the College of St.

Benedict (1-1). Rosenbaum paced the Titans of 15 kills, while Vail con UW-Oshkosh Titans lost five first game against Oshkosh Elmhurst Wrightstown), (2-1), but took the Oshkosh match after the the digs three. Rosenbaum led the Titans digs 15 game while UW-Oshkosh8217;s added 12 kills and six digs. The Titans kills the 10 kills and six digs from Vail, five earn eight digs received six service led led Masephol, 27 quick from Schmidt and Oshkosh 48 Oshkosh all-time from Stumpf. Named to Oshkosh the six-player all-tournament team the UW-Oshkosh the Rosenbaum three Vail. Justin hit .552 with 62 Oshkosh kills and 13 blocks in the tournament, it Oshkosh hit .330 with 40 kills, 11 digs and nine blocks.


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