Viking women end season with home win, road lossThe Lawrence University women’s basketball team finished their season this past week with a big home win against Carroll, and then a road loss at Beloit. The Vikings finished the season at 11-11. Saturday, against Carroll, it was the Clare Getzoff show. The Vikings kept the game close in the first half taking a 29-24 lead at the half. The second half was started by Getzoff, who give LU an insurmountable lead. For that game Getzoff was 7-9 from three point range, and 6-7 in the second half. The Vikings went on an 11-2 run early in the second half, and eased to a 80-69 win. Getzoff led all scorers with 29 points, and Felice Porrata added 22 of her own for the Vikings. Christine Brice had 11 to round out the Vikings in double figures. The Vikings ended the year on a sour note with a 70-58 loss to Beloit. The Vikings again kept the game close in the first half, actually taking a 24-21 lead at the half, but Beloit stormed back in the second half. The Vikings did not shoot well, and Beloit took advantage of LU’s missed opportunities. Getzoff again led LU with 20, and Porrata and Maggie Miskowicz had 11. It was the final game for two seniors, Ashley Stanton, and Heather Brendemuehl. Ashley Cargile, who didn’t play due to injury, and student assistant coach Ryan Brunswick also had their last games for LU. Vikings drop WIAC duel to UW-Oshkosh
The Vikings dropped a close duel match to UW-Oshkosh last weekend by a score of 22-19. The Vikings had matches won by Ben Dictus, David Quinlan, Nick Morphew, Ryan Dummann, and John Budi. The Vikings are next in action this weekend in the WIAC Championships in Whitewater. Vikings track competes at pointer Invitational
The LU indoor track team competed at the Pointer Invitational in Stevens Point last weekend. The men finished 9th out of 12 teams, and the women finished tied for 11th out of 11 teams. The Vikings got high finishes in the long jump from Adrell Bullock who finished fourth, and Kolade Agajbe-Williams who finished sixth. The Vikings are next in action this weekend in the UW-Oshkosh Invitational.