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Trio earns postseason honors for WolfPack men

Three sophomore members of the Madison College men's soccer team received postseason accolades for their impressive work during the 2017 season.

First team All-North Central Community College Conference and All-Region IV honors went to midfielder/forward Toby Andrews and midfielder Casey Risch, while Jake Andrews was named second team for both.

 

Published November 17, 2017.

Athletics update: Friday sports roundup

Madison College Women's Basketball
11-15-2017
Madison College vs. Sauk Valley Community College
Dixon, IL

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Madison College 14 11 10 21 56
Sauk Valley Community College 9 7 14 17 47


Halftime Score (25-16)

*Attached to this email is the full HTML box score from the game.


Madison College
Megan Corcoran: 16 pts. (3 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 1 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Peyton Trapino: 14 pts. (10 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Caitlyn Gilbertson: 11 pts. (14 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 1 Steals, 1 Blocks)

Sauk Valley Community College
Jaida Carson: 18 pts. (3 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 1 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Isabelle Shiaras: 10 pts. (12 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 0 Steals, 3 Blocks)

Overall Record: 2-3
Conference Record: 0-0



 

 

Madison College Men's Basketball
11-15-2017
Madison College vs. Sauk Valley Community College
Dixon, Illinois

  1st 2nd Final
Madison College 38 27 65
Sauk Valley Community College 39 35 74


*Attached to this email is the full HTML box score from the game.


Madison College
Anthony Johnson: 33 pts. (7 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 1 Steals, 2 Blocks)
Jezzriah Burton: 11 pts. (3 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Tyree Young: 10 pts. (2 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 2 Steals, 0 Blocks)

Sauk Valley Community College
Trevon Adams: 16 pts. (4 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Riley Mehrens: 15 pts. (2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Anthony Martinez: 12 pts. (1 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Ryan Jackson: 10 pts. (5 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 1 Steals, 0 Blocks)

Overall Record: 3-2
Conference Record: 0-0



Published November 17, 2017.

WolfPack women fall 2-0 in opening game of national tournament

The number five seed, Madison College Women's Soccer team fell, 2-0, to number 4 seed, Delta College, from University Center, Michigan, in their first national tournament game in program history.

The loss means the WolfPack will play number eight seed, Nassau Community College, from Garden City, New York, in the 10 a.m. game Nov. 10.

Published November 10, 2017.

Athletics update: Friday sports roundup

Madison College Men's Basketball
11-4-2017
Madison College vs. Highland Community College
Madison, WI

  1st 2nd Final
Madison College 30 32 62
Highland Community College 44 39 83


*Attached to this email is the full HTML box score from the game.


Madison College
Tyree Young: 13 pts. (4 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 2 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Deshawn Black: 10 pts. (2 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Alex Easterday: 10 pts. (4 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)

Highland Community College
Josh Carter: 23 pts. (6 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 1 Steals, 1 Blocks)
Jay'Quan McCloud: 20 pts. (2 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 1 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Shareef Smith: 13 pts. (8 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Chris Blocker: 10 pts. (0 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 1 Steals, 2 Blocks)

Overall Record: 1-1
Conference Record: 0-0




Madison College Women's Basketball
11-4-2017
Madison College vs. Highland Community College
Madison, WI

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT 1 OT 2 OT 3 Final
Madison College 5 17 14 24 5     65
Highland Community College 15 14 12 19 14     74


Halftime Score (22-29)

*Attached to this email is the full HTML box score from the game.


Madison College
Megan Corcoran: 21 pts. (3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Caitlyn Gilbertson: 12 pts. (9 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Jaylin Stueber: 10 pts. (11 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)

Highland Community College
Wynter Townsend: 36 pts. (7 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 7 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Sharee Herrod: 11 pts. (2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 4 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Acacia McCullough: 10 pts. (8 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)

Overall Record: 0-2
Conference Record: 0-0



 

Published November 10, 2017. Updated November 13, 2017.

In memoriam: Alan Larson

Alan F. Larson, age 74, entered into eternal life on Oct. 31. He retired from Madison College in 2002 as the Director of Information Technologies with 18 years of service.

Memorial donations may be made to the Alan Larson Scholarship Memorial established in his honor through the Madison College Foundation. 

According to his obituary, "Al’s career revolved around computer technology and he was instrumental in formulating Dane County’s computer system under Dane County’s first County Executive George Reinke, working for Dane County for 20 years. He then spent the next 18 years as the Director of Information Technology for Madison College. He was on the board of directors for the Dane County Credit Union for over 30 years, serving as chairman for 10 years.”

Read the full obituary here.

Published November 6, 2017. Updated November 8, 2017.

Athletics update: Friday sports roundup

Madison College Women's Volleyball
10-28-2017
Region IV Tournament
Madison College vs College of DuPage
Elgin, IL

  1 2 3 4 5
College of DuPage 25 20 26 21 9
Madison College 23 25 24 25 15

 

Madison College (leaders)
Kills: Corcoran 20 | Blocks: Capra 3.5 | Digs: Corcoran 22 | Aces: Alsum 2 | Assists: Brown 48

Overall Record: 21-7
Conference Record: 9-3

Game Notes:
Madison College advances to the Region IV Championship against #1 Harper College.



10-28-2017
Region IV DIII Tournament
Madison College vs Harper
Elgin

  1 2 3 4 5
Madison College 25 20 11 25 14
Harper 20 25 25 22 16

 

Madison College (leaders)
Kills: Sanders 15 | Blocks: Sanders 4 | Digs: Scalissi 25 | Aces: Darkow 2 | Assists: Brown 47

Overall Record: 21-8
Conference Record: 9-3




Madison College Women's Soccer
10-28-2017
Madison College vs Anika Ramsey Community College
St. Paul, MN

  1st 2nd OT 1 Final
Madison College 0 1 1 2
Anika Ramsey Community College 1 0 0 1

 

First Half
Madison College - None
Anika Ramsey Community College - Streit (McGregor), 35:18

Second Half
Madison College - Kreklow (no assist), 57:09
Anika Ramsey Community College - None

Overtime:
Madison College - Noriega (no assist), 91:18;
Anika Ramsey Community College - None

Goalie Summary (Saves/Goals Allowed)
Madison College - Gospodarek (4/1)
Anika Ramsey Community College - Kisch (13/2)

Scoring Summary
Madison College - Shots: 27, SOG: 16, CK: 3, Offsides: 2
Anika Ramsey Community College - Shots: 8, SOG: 5, CK: 3, Offsides: 1

Card Summary
None

Overall Record: 15-1-2
Conference Record: 9-1-2

Game Notes:
Congratulations And Good Luck To The Womens Soccer Team As They Advance To The NJCAA Division III National Championship In Dryden, NY




Madison College Women's Basketball
11-1-2017
Madison College vs. McHenry County College
Madison, WI

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Madison College 13 20 12 13 58
McHenry County College 31 14 17 16 78


Halftime Score (33-45)

*Attached to this email is the full HTML box score from the game.


Madison College
Corcoran: 22 pts. (4 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 3 Steals, 1 Blocks)
Collier: 13 pts. (11 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 3 Steals, 1 Blocks)
Klebesadel: 13 pts. (8 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 4 Steals, 0 Blocks)

McHenry County College
Gajewski: 18 pts. (3 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Gardner: 16 pts. (13 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 3 Steals, 1 Blocks)
Johnson: 15 pts. (4 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Krey: 15 pts. (1 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Blocks)

Overall Record: 0-1
Conference Record: 0-0




Madison College Men's Basketball
11-1-2017
Madison College vs. McHenry County College
Madison, WI

  1st 2nd Final
Madison College 43 53 96
McHenry County College 36 49 85


*Attached to this email is the full HTML box score from the game.


Madison College
Burton: 22 pts. (3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Young: 20 pts. (5 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 2 Steals, 2 Blocks)
Robinson: 19 pts. (6 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 2 Steals, 3 Blocks)
Easterday: 12 pts. (8 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Johnson: 11 pts. (7 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 2 Steals, 2 Blocks)

McHenry County College
Brooks: 21 pts. (3 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 2 Steals, 1 Blocks)
Johnson: 15 pts. (4 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Smith: 12 pts. (8 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 1 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Riley: 11 pts. (1 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Blocks)
Minneyfield: 10 pts. (4 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 1 Steals, 0 Blocks)

Overall Record: 1-0
Conference Record: 0-0




Published November 3, 2017. Updated November 10, 2017.

Women's Soccer makes NJCAA Championship

The Madison College women's soccer team have advanced to the program's first National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III Women's Soccer Championship. This year's championship is held at Panther Stadium in Dryden, New York, from Nov. 9-12.

View more information about the championship:

Published November 3, 2017.

In memoriam: Susan Peterson

Reedsburg instructor Susan Peterson passed away at age 56 Thursday, Oct. 19, at the UW Hospital in Madison. After 6 years of a passionately victorious battle with cancer, she died of extreme internal organ failure.

Peterson was a 1979 graduate of Lombard High School in Carol Stream, Illinois. She then received her Bachelor of Science in Pre-Med and French from Augustana University, and later an associate degree in Psychology from DeKalb University. Peterson went on to earn her license to teach K-12 (French) at UW-Steven’s Point.

She received her Bible Certificate from Northcentral University and her master’s degree in Christian Leadership from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.

Together with her husband, Pastor Clark, she served the New Life Assembly of God in Reedsburg where she was the youth pastor. Peterson continued her education as she was employed an instructor at Madison College in Reedsburg. She was 2 months short of receiving her second master’s degree in Counseling from UW-Platteville, where she received Phi Kappa Phi Honors, an honor society that recognizes superior scholarship without restriction as to an area of study. 

Read the full obituary here.

Published October 30, 2017.

Athletics update: Friday sports round-up

Madison College Women's Soccer
10-24-2017
Madison College vs Joliet College
Joliet, Ill

  1st 2nd Final
Madison College 1 0 1
Joliet College 0 0 0

 

First Half
Madison College - True (Meehan), 3:07
Joliet College - None

Second Half
Madison College - None
Joliet College - None

Goalie Summary (Saves/Goals Allowed)
Madison College - Gospodarek (6/0)
Joliet College - Samp (4/1)

Scoring Summary
Madison College - Shots: 10, SOG: 6, CK: 5, Offsides: 0
Joliet College - Shots: 11, SOG: 6, CK: 2, Offsides: 1

Card Summary
None

Overall Record: 14-1-2
Conference Record: 10-1-2




10-21-2017
Madison College vs Harper College
Madison, WI

  1st 2nd Final
Madison College 1 2 3
Harper College 0 1 1

 

First Half
Madison College - Schumann (Tierra Sackett), 39:47
Harper College - None

Second Half
Madison College - Tianna Sackett (Tierra Sackett), 58:58; Tianna Sackett (Trapino ), 87:37
Harper College - Herrera (no assist), 61:59

Goalie Summary (Saves/Goals Allowed)
Madison College - Gospodarek (5/1)
Madison College - Krohn (0/0)
Harper College - Kim (3/2)
Harper College - Carrillo (0/1)

Scoring Summary
Madison College - Shots: 11, SOG: 6, CK: 0, Offsides: 2
Harper College - Shots: 10, SOG: 6, CK: 3, Offsides: 1

Card Summary
None

Overall Record: 13-1-2
Conference Record: 10-1-2




Madison College Men's Soccer
10-21-2017
Madison College vs Triton College
River Grove, IL

  1st 2nd OT 1 OT 2 Final
Madison College 0 3 0 0 3
Triton College 2 1 0 0 3

 

First Half
Madison College - None
Triton College - Monteon (no assist), 11:52; Szatko (Antal), 17:39

Second Half
Madison College - Triton (OG) (no assist), 64:48; J. Andrews (Peruzzo ), 71:51; T. Andrews (Peruzzo ), 84:36
Triton College - Szatko (no assist), 56:46

Goalie Summary (Saves/Goals Allowed)
Madison College - Dehn (1/3)
Triton College - Castro (1/0)
Triton College - Castanon (0/3)

Scoring Summary
Madison College - Shots: 8, SOG: 4, CK: 0, Offsides: 4
Triton College - Shots: 12, SOG: 4, CK: 3, Offsides: 2

Card Summary
Madison College - Tazifua (Yellow - 21:27);
Triton College - Bielecki (Yellow - 34:50);
Madison College - J. Andrews (Yellow - 59:13);
Madison College - T. Andrews (Yellow - 59:51);
Madison College - Nizigiymana (Yellow - 59:51);
Triton College - Monteon (Yellow - 59:51);
Madison College - Nizigiymana (Red - 79:35);
Triton College - Delgado (Red - 79:35);
Madison College - Tazifua (Yellow - 94:21);
Madison College - Tazifua (Red - 94:21);

Overall Record: 11-5-1
Conference Record: 7-4-0

Game Notes:
Penalty Kicks: Triton-5, Madison-4



 

Published October 27, 2017.

WolfPack claim first Region IV title with 1-0 win over Joliet

A record-setting season of firsts continued Tuesday, Oct. 24, when the Madison College women's soccer team defeated Joliet Junior College by a 1-0 final to win the 2017 NJCAA Region IV Division III Championship at Joliet Memorial Stadium.

Making their title game debut in just their fourth year as a program, the second-seeded WolfPack took advantage of an early goal to grab momentum and hold off the top-seeded Wolves after the two teams split their regular season series and the North Central Community College Conference crown. Madison College advances to the NJCAA District D Tournament Championship, where they will square off with Anoka-Ramsey.

Published October 25, 2017.

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