STAT OF THE WEEK: Concordia University Wisconsin freshman Tyler White (Milwaukee, Wis.) set two personal records and won two individual awards this past Saturday at the Northern Athletics Conference Indoor Championships. White earned Co-Freshman of the Year and Field Athlete of the Year for his winning performance in the long jump and second-place finish in the triple jump. He set personal best marks in both events, jumping 13.86 meters in the triple jump and 7.01 meters in the long jump.
4 – Women's Basketball reached the Northern Athletics Conference Tournament Championship game for the fourth time under the direction of head coach Stacey Brunner-Jones. It was the third-consecutive time they have played Wisconsin Lutheran College with a trip to the NCAA Tournament on the line, having previously defeating the Warriors once.
5 – Wrestling had five individuals win titles at the Northern Wrestling Association Tournament this past weekend. Sophomore Greg Sanders (San Antonio, Texas) was named Outstanding Wrestler after winning the 149 lb. weight class with two wins by fall (1:07, 0:19). Head coach Corey VanGroll was named NWA Co-Coach of the Year for his leadership of the program. Individual title winners were 125-pounder Sean Ambrocio (sophomore, San Antonio, Texas), Sanders, 165-pounder Shawn Flom (senior, Random Lake, Wis.), 174-pounder Casey Kenealy (Hartland, Wis.) and 197-pounder Jake Reuteler.
9 – Softball outfielder Alyssa Robison (junior, Roselle, Ill.) drove in nine runs in just nine at bats during the team's season-opening trip to the Finlandia University Dome Tournament. Robison hit a grand slam in a one-run loss to Simpson College, a team receiving votes in the NFCA Coaches Poll, and also belted a bases-clearing triple against No. 16 Carthage College.
18 – Men's Lacrosse scored 18 goals during its season-opening victory at Calvin College last Friday. The 18 scores tied a program record for most road goals and it was also tied for the third most goals scored in a single game.
26.25 – Women's Track & Field performer Emily Mauermann (sophomore, Janesville, Wis.) earned 26.25 of the team's 50 points at the NAC Indoor Championships. She competed in four events, earning second-place finishes in the 200- and 400-meter dashes and the triple jump. Mauermann also anchored the fourth-place 4x400-meter relay team. She set school records in both the 200- and 400-meters, running times of 26.80 and 1:01.20, respectively. Mauermann also posted a personal best height of 1.51 meters in the high jump.