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Thanks in part to the softball team’s first-ever berth in an NCAA Division III super regional, the Carthage athletic department moved to 71st in the final Learfield Directors’ Cup Division III Standings for 2018-19.
Carthage College Athletics Director Michelle Manning has announced the revival of men’s wrestling in 2020-21, along with the addition of women’s wrestling and women’s bowling to bring Carthage’s total varsity programs to 27.
Ask any young baseball player what their ultimate dream is, and you would be hard pressed to find one that didn’t aspire to play professionally.
The 15-year tenure of Carthage men’s volleyball coach LJ Marx ended Tuesday.
Two former Kenosha County products will take their baseball talents to a much bigger stage later this week.
Tremper graduate Justin Lavey and Central’s Marshall Gilbert are one step closer to playing in the NCAA Division I College Baseball World Series.
UW-Parkside athletic director Andrew Gavin on Wednesday announced the promotions of Wendy Wilson and Chris Barker to new senior associate athletic director positions.
Two former Kenosha County baseball players are chasing a National Junior College Athletic Association championship this week.
The UW-Parkside men’s basketball team has added four players to a roster that won the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference North Division title in its first season in the conference and finished a win shy of the NCAA Division II Tournament during the 2018-19 season.
The Carthage softball team came so close.
Three athletes from the Carthage men’s and women’s track and field team qualified for the NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championships, the school announced Saturday.
The Carthage softball team is one win away from securing a berth in the NCAA Division III Tournament.
Carthage softball coach Amy Gillmore believed her team could win this weekend’s NCAA Division III Tournament regional at UW-Whitewater’s Van Steenderen Softball Diamond if it just played the way it’s capable of.
The Carthage softball team hadn’t defeated UW-Whitewater since March 16, 1998.
When Stefanie Guercio pitches for the Carthage softball team, just a little bit of run support usually suffices.
The Carthage softball team finished second in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin regular-season standings and earned its first NCAA Division III Tournament bid since 2013.
For the fifth time in program history and the first since 2013, the Carthage softball team will compete in the NCAA Division III Tournament today.
The Carthage softball team isn’t finished with its season yet.
The UW-Parkside baseball team had plenty of offense at its disposal Sunday afternoon at Simmons Field.
The Carthage men’s and women’s track teams combined for four individual titles Saturday at the second and final day of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Outdoor Championships at Art Keller Field.
The Carthage softball team faced an uphill climb Saturday in its bid for a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Tournament title.
The Carthage softball team is facing an uphill battle to win the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Tournament after splitting a pair of games Friday in Bloomington, Ill.
Athletes from UW-Parkside competed Thursday in the second day of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships at Grand Valley State in Allendale, Mich.
The Carthage softball team picked the perfect time for a huge upset Wednesday morning.
Carthage’s Stefanie Guercio and Millikin’s Kalli Farmer were selected as the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Softball Players of the Week on Tuesday.
Stop us if you’ve seen the ending to this movie before.
Two former Kenosha County softball standouts were right in the middle of the action for an historic Concordia victory Sunday afternoon.
Former Carthage athletic director Dr. Bob Bonn already has a lengthy list of accomplishments on his resume through more than 40 years in collegiate athletics.
The Carthage softball team split its second-to-last College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin doubleheader of the regular season Sunday against Millikin in Decatur, Ill.
When the NFL Draft wrapped up Saturday, hundreds of undrafted players were hoping for a team to call them and give them a shot at making a roster.
The Carthage baseball team split a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin doubleheader against Carroll on Friday at Augie Schmidt Field.
A non-conference home doubleheader Thursday afternoon proved to be tough sledding for the Carthage softball team.
Carthage lacrosse standout Andy Szun added another record to his impressive resume Tuesday night.
Matt Reinsel didn’t hide from it.
Single runs in both the fourth and sixth innings was just enough to salvage a Good Friday split with visiting Wayne State for the UW-Parkside baseball team.
Former Wilmot softball standout Taylor Danielson has been in the middle of the action since her first day with NCAA Division II Indianapolis.
After falling to Fontbonne University in the Midwest Collegiate Volleyball League Tournament title match Saturday, Carthage won’t have to wait long for a shot at postseason redemption.
UW-Parkside sophomore pitcher Alyssa McClelland fell just short of a no-hitter at Lewis on Wednesday.
As it continues to chase the sixth and final spot in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Tournament, every game is an important one for the Carthage baseball team.
It turns out the Carthage men’s volleyball team will get another chance to play at Tarble Arena.