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The Rafters fall to the Kingfish 1-0.
The Brewers win their 4th straight game for the first time this season.
Dwyer and Zeigler Blank Chinooks for 3-0 Win.
Jeremy Jirschele replaces Pat Bloom, 14th coach in program history.
Shooting guard Khris Middleton will sign a 5-year, $70 million contract.
Bo Ryan says it wasn't just a "boom" decision.
The US Posts their 5th straight shutout in World Cup play.
Learn more about Woodchucks outfielder and Michigan standout Ramsey Romano.
Current and former Packers spent Monday golfing in Rapids. At the second annual "Swing Against Cancer" event.
Jonathan Lucroy had four of the Brewers' season high-tying 16 hits and drove in two runs, leading Milwaukee to a 7-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night in a matchup of the two worst teams in baseball.
In a game shortened due to rain, the Rafters fell in Madison by a score of 4-0 Sunday afternoon.
Ryan Braun and Adam Lind hit two-run homers in the eighth inning and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Minnesota Twins 5-3 on Sunday.
Simon Mathews and Kaylor Chafin held the La Crosse Loggers scoreless through eight innings at Copeland Park Saturday, and the Wisconsin Woodchucks went on to win 4-1.
Russell Wilson returned to Camp Randall to host his passing academy. The former Badger quarterback briefly spoke about contract negotiations with the Seattle Seahawks.
West grad Adam Parsells was on-hand for the 2015 NHL Draft.
The Wisconsin Woodchucks lost a 3-1 lead in the seventh inning Friday and fell to the Kalamazoo Growlers 4-3 at Homer Stryker Field.
The Americans blanked China 1-0 in quarterfinal play at the Women's World Cup tonight. Carli Lloyd scored a header in the 51st minute and Hope Solo needed to make just two saves for her fourth straight shutout.
Kyle Lohse pitched six effective innings and benefited from Milwaukee's six-run first inning to get his first win since May 16 as the Brewers beat the Minnesota Twins 10-4 on Friday night.
The Woodchucks are now 2-1 on their 6-game road trip.
The Houston Rockets have selected Wisconsin forward Sam Dekker with the 18th overall pick in the NBA draft.