Tag Archives: Wesley Hetcher

Leadup to March Madness

To start off, congratulations are in order. The Connecticut Women’s Basketball team has recently won the 101st consecutive game, one of the longest streaks in sports history. Since losing in double overtime to Stanford back in 2014, they’ve been on an absolute tear. Earlier this past week, they snuck past Tulane 63-60, in one of

Vikings of the Week: Wes Hetcher (Indoor Track)

Photo by Emei Thompson   This week I had the pleasure to talk with senior Wesley Hetcher. Hetcher is a senior pole vaulter on the indoor and outdoor track teams and played football for the Vikings this fall. At the Platteville Invitational, he vaulted 3.41m and over this weekend at the Stevens Point Invitational he

NBA 2016 Projections

I’m not going to pretend I’m a basketball expert. However, I can repeatedly yell a single factoid and claim it to be an argument, so step aside Stephen A. Smith. Here’s just a few storylines from first week-odd of the season, and my predictions. Big addition Kevin Durant has not yet skyrocketed the Golden State

Big Ten Football Is the Best

One of the hardest questions to answer about college athletics is who has the toughest schedule. This often then comes down to what conference a team plays in, since they will face the same eight or nine teams every year. Although Alabama (SEC) remains the number one ranked team (rightfully so) in the nation by

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