Senior pitcher Rose Tusa broke UW-River Falls’ career strikeout record and accounted for all three UWRF victories as the Falcon softball team won three of four games at the Augustana Tournament over the weekend in Moline, Ill.
UW-River Falls’ senior forward Jason Yuel of Winnipeg, Manitoba has been named the 2012 Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Co-Scholar-Athlete, and five Falcons have been named to the NCHA All-Academic team.
Both the UW-River Falls men’s and women’s basketball teams can earn at least shares of their respective Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) championships when they take on UW-Whitewater in a college basketball doubleheader Saturday at Karges Center.
The Falcon women host the Warhawks at 3 p.m. while the men’s game is scheduled for 5 p.m.
UW-River Falls women’s basketball senior Tiffany Gregorich scored her 1,000th career point last week at Karges Center, and the men defeated UW-Platteville. Meanwhile, the Falcon men's hockey team swept Superior but the women's team had to settle for a split.
The UW-River Falls men’s basketball team knocked off defending NCAA Division III champions St. Thomas, 79-64, in the Falcons’ home opener last Tuesday at Karges Center, while the women's team defeated Concordia University of Wisconsin by a point to remain unbeaten at 4-0.
For the second consecutive week, the UW-River Falls football team was in a position to win but came up short in the final minutes. Things won’t get any easier for the winless Falcons this weekend when they travel to UW-La Crosse, a team they haven’t beaten since 1992.
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