Fresh off their first Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victories Saturday, the UW-Parkside men’s and women’s basketball teams begin a two-game stretch in Michigan tonight.
The Carthage football squad was a well-represented bunch on the recently released All-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin first and second teams.
The Carthage football team entered the offseason on a positive note Saturday — and the Red Men did it in resounding fashion.
Two College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin football teams that have traveled similar paths in 2018 will meet today in the season finale.
In a game where very little went right Saturday, the Carthage football team still had its chances to keep things close in the first half.
If anyone expects the Carthage football team to just go through the motions in its home finale today, they’re sadly mistaken.
Carthage (3-5, 3-4 CCIW) vs. Wheaton (6-2, 5-2 CCIW)
If you have to be stuck in downtown Chicago traffic on a late Saturday afternoon, there’s worse ways to deal with it than how the Carthage football team did.
The last three weeks have not been kind to the Carthage football team.
For three straight weeks, the Carthage football team has gone toe-to-toe with the top teams in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin.
There isn’t any getting around the fact that the Carthage football team faces a tough challenge today.
The Carthage football team has given two of the top teams in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin all they can handle the last two weeks.
The Carthage football team gave itself a day to stew a bit over what could have been last week at Illinois Wesleyan.
Flag on the field.
It’s only Week 5, but the Carthage football team suddenly faces a critical early-season showdown this afternoon.
The Elmhurst football team never stood a chance Saturday.
There was one positive that came out of last week’s disappointing road trip to Washington (Mo.) for the Carthage football team.
Elmhurst (1-2, 0-2 CCIW)
Based on final statistics and yards gained alone, it would be easy to surmise that the Carthage football team enjoyed a successful road trip to St. Louis on Saturday.
First-year Carthage football coach Dustin Hass is excited to see Washington (Mo.) as a new member of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin this season.
Carthage (1-1, 1-0 CCIW) vs. Washington (Mo.) (1-1, 0-1 CCIW)
It took the Carthage football team a little bit to get going Saturday afternoon.
Carthage (0-1, 0-0 CCIW) at Carroll (1-0, 0-0 CCIW)
An unusually early bye week proved to be a bit of a blessing for the Carthage football team.
There’s no denying the Carthage football team gave one of the best teams in Division III all it could handle Saturday at Art Keller Field.
An interception return by UW-Oshkosh on the game’s final play didn’t come close to showing how the Carthage football team nearly pulled off a monumental upset Saturday at Art Keller Field.
For first-year Carthage head football coach Dustin Hass, the transition to his new gig was a fairless seamless one.
The Carthage football team tied for fourth place in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin last season.
Dustin Hass says he was ecstatic when he was hired Tuesday morning as Carthage’s new football coach to replace Mike Yeager, who spent the last five-plus years at the helm.
When the All-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin football team was announced Tuesday, Carthage was well represented.
It was Senior Day on Saturday at Art Keller Field, and several contributed to Carthage’s 35-12 victory over North Park.
North Park (3-6, 2-5 CCIW) vs. Carthage (6-3, 4-3 CCIW)
One of the reasons Carthage football coach Mike Yeager has a chance to finish with seven wins for the second straight season after getting a total of just nine his first three years is the 18 seniors that will be honored today when the Red Men wrap up their season with a 1 p.m. game against …
NAPERVILLE, Ill. — The Carthage football team usually hangs tough against ranked opponents.
When: 1 p.m. today.
Manny Jones picked the perfect time to have one of the best receiving days in the history of the Carthage football team.
Something about Millikin brings out the best in Kyle Friberg.
Carthage (5-2, 3-2 CCIW) vs. Millikin (6-1, 4-1 CCIW)
The upset was there for the taking.
Carthage wide receiver James Cobbs isn’t biased. He knows how good his football team’s defense is since he has to battle it all the time in practice.
An 85-yard touchdown run, a blocked punt that led to a 42-yard field goal and another stellar performance on defense led to Carthage’s 31-8 victory over Elmhurst on Saturday afternoon.