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2015-07-23

Letroy Guion suspended

Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion has recieved a three game suspended by the NFL. ESPN reports that he was notified of the suspension this week and he will appeal the decision. NFLspokesman Greg Aiello says that the league does not…

posted 2015-07-23 10:26:50 by WSCO

2015-07-22

Bucks close to deal with Copeland

Multiple media reports say that Milwaukee Bucks officials met with free agent forward Chris Copeland on Tuesday and they are close to finalizing a deal. The 31-year-old was a member of the Pacers last season. He averaged just over six…

posted 2015-07-22 08:15:54 by WSCO

Lawrence University announces next hall of fame class

Lawrence University announced Tuesday that they will induct a championship winning coach and five former student athletes into their next hall of fame class. Long-time swimming and diving coach Kurt Kirner will be enshrined with runners Courtney Miller Cameron and…

posted 2015-07-22 08:14:25 by WSCO

Cedar Rapids downs Timber Rattlers

The Kernels beat the Timber Rattlers 6-2 on Tuesday in Cedar Rapids. Game two of the series will be today at 12:05. 

posted 2015-07-22 04:15:18 by WSCO

2015-07-21

Brewers remain unbeaten since all-star break

Milwaukee won their fourth straight game since the all-star break as they beat the Cleveland Indians 8-1 Tuesday night at Miller Park.  The Brewers are 17-6 over their last 23 games and pushed their record to 42-52. Matt Garza made…

posted 2015-07-21 22:14:37 by WSCO

Timber Rattlers edge Kane County in series finale

The Timber Rattlers edged Kane County 3-2 on Monday in Geneva. The T-Rats will begin a three game series at Cedar Rapids tonight at 6:35. 

posted 2015-07-21 09:40:06 by WSCO

2015-07-20

Favre returns to Green Bay

On Saturday, former Packers quarterback Brett Favre was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame and has his number retired. He was greeted by 67,000 Green Bay fans in Lambeau Field before the banquet. He thought that was the biggest honor…

posted 2015-07-20 05:21:02 by WSCO

2015-07-19

Brewers sweep the Pirates

Milwaukee defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-1 at Miller Park on Sunday afternoon to complete the series sweep.  The Brewers took the lead when Khris Davis knocked in two runs with a double in the 7th inning.  Taylor Jungmann (5-1) pitched…

posted 2015-07-19 16:21:12 by WSCO

2015-07-18

Brewers survive 1st inning and cruise past Pirates 8-5

The Pittsburgh Pirates were up 3-0 in the first and had bases loaded and no outs but Ryan Braun threw out a runner at home plate after a catch for a double play and Jimmy Nelson stuck out the next…

posted 2015-07-18 22:20:19 by WSCO

2015-07-17

Brewers defeat the Pirates

The Brewers knocked off the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-1 at Miller Park on Friday night.  Gerardo Parra batted two-for-five with two doubles, one RBI and a run scored.  Mike Fiers (5-7) pitched seven innings, allowed one earned-run, struck out seven and…

posted 2015-07-17 22:14:40 by WSCO

2015-07-14

Miller appointed to NCAA Committee on Infractions

The chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has been appointed a member of the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions. Gary L. Miller will begin his three-year term on August 1st. He is the first sitting Division I president…

posted 2015-07-14 10:37:51 by WSCO

Lawrence University names Boone defensive coordinator

Yon Boone has been named the defensive coordinator for the Lawrence University football team. Head coach Rob McCarthy made the announcement yesterday. Boone was the linebackers coach, special teams coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Saint Anselm for the past three…

posted 2015-07-14 06:38:32 by WSCO

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