Badger Conference schools will not play any league competitions and conference champions will not be crowned this fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A consistent performer in the classroom throughout his time at Division III Carroll University, Charlie Soule waited for his time to shine on the basketball court.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association pushed forward with starting fall sports, but with the stipulation that “higher risk” and “lower risk” sports will be delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hundreds of student-athletes who compete for members of the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference are waiting on pins and needles to see what decision the league makes regarding 2020 fall sports.
On Tuesday, July 14, the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference announced its Scholar Athletes for the 2019-20 academic year and Edgewood College was well-represented.
With less than two weeks until high school football practice begins in Wisconsin, there is no set plan by the WIAA to alter fall sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Women's rowing: OHS grad Lebakken having success athletically, academically at UW
- Junior hockey: Tradesmen set dates for lone open tryout
- Women's basketball: McCorkle prepping for bigger role at Lindenwood
- Baseball: OHS grad creates mental skills training site, podcast
- Basketball: WBCA All-Star Games canceled
- Home Talent baseball: League calls off shortened season
- Prep sports: Board of Control approves measures impacting multiple sports
- Prep sports: WIAA outlines resumption of summer athletic activities
- Women's golf: Mental-led approach leads McCorkle to new heights at NDSU
- Prep sports: Oregon hands out senior awards
- Football: OHS grad Prahl resigns as Stoughton coach
- Women's track and field: LeBrun caps St. Norbert career in style
- Girls soccer: Oregon seniors honored with parade
- Wrestling: Half dozen Panthers named Academic All-State
- Prep sports: Badger Conference issues racism statement