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Trying to decrease the odds of sustaining an injury through stretching, nutrition, water intake, etc., is just as important as properly treating an injury. UW-Parkside Director of Sports Medicine Kenny Wilka and his assistants help keep Ranger athletes in good shape in a variety of sports.

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After producing three individual champions at the Dec. 3 Wisconsin Open, Parkside wrestling will participate in the Husky Open at St. Cloud State on Dec. 10, then travel to the Dan Gable Open, hosted by UW-Oshkosh, Dec. 11. The men’s and women’s basketball teams are off until late December.

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The women’s and men’s basketball teams, as well as the wrestling team, were led by some stalwart performances in recent competitions. Brittany Beyer scored 23 points versus Kentucky Wesleyan, Jordan Mach tallied 17 points against Southern Indiana, and Luke Rynish, Collin Crume and Nick Fishback all won their weight class titles at the Wisconsin Open.


Education, technological adva nose the true nature of an injury and with those sports in order to do my we know better ways for athletes to job well.” rehabilitate following an injury.” Wilka, who is helping to organize Wilka, who is assisted in his the April 2012 Wisconsin Athletic As in many fields these days, work by full-timer April Lenssen and Trainers Association Business Meeteducation and technology are the part-timer Leah Jankowski, said that ing and Symposium in Oconomodriving forces behind athletic trainan athletic trainer needs to know the woc, said that keeping up to speed ing. Continuing education provides finer points of a variety of sports in with sports medicine journals is an athletic trainers with new ways of the collegiate setting. important part of his job. He also getting athletes in the best shape said that some of the most basic, “Injuries are injuries. They will possible, while technological adcommon sense approaches are usuvancements aid in the diagnosis and happen and you have to know how ally the best. to treat them,” Wilka said. “But to treatment of injuries. help athletes try to avoid injuries “Stretching and overall mainteAmong those benefiting from this and for rehab, you have to learn the nance, icing, good sleeping habits, education and technology as they mechanics of each sport. You have rest, water intake and nutrition are serve as athletic trainers for high to become a student of each sport. I all very important to an athlete’s well school, college and professional didn’t grow up playing volleyball and being,” he said. “Nutrition is espesports programs is Kenny Wilka. I was never a basketball player, but I cially huge. It’s not usually about The director of sports medicine at had to learn the mechanics involved keeping weight off. It’s about taking UW-Parkside for the past 2½ years, care of your body and providing Wilka is glad that the days of it with the proper vitamins and responding to injuries by sayminerals it needs. ing “walk it off” are gone. “Diagnostic equipment is “There are still some also huge. We can learn so coaches out there who will tell much more quickly now what injured athletes to rub dirt on it the extent of an injury is due to or play through it, but that oldadvancements with MRIs and school philosophy is dying out x-rays. More and more physias more and more information cians are specialized now as becomes available,” said Wilka, well, and orthopedic surgeons who played football, soccer are experienced in treating and baseball in high school sports injuries. Technology will before competing in football continue to be the driver in our and baseball in college. profession.” “Now we have a much Wilka, who estimates that he better grasp on what athletes travels hundreds of thousands can do to reduce the odds of of miles per year to Parkside sustaining an injury. We also road games for a variety of have sophisticated equipment sports, said that one of the bigthat allows us to better diagKenny Wilka 4 UWP@Play Digital Magazine I Issued December 7, 2011


ancements driving athletic training profession Old-school “shake it off” philosophy going the way of the dinosaur ignoring an injury won’t get them there.”

ball; athletic trainer at Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital in Mequon; strength and conditioning specialist at Wilka began his term as 24-Hour Fitness in Foothill Ranch, UW-Parkside director of Calif.; and athletic training intern in sports medicine in July 2009. the Atlanta Braves organization. He was an adjunt professor at Concordia University in Wilka holds a bachelor of arts Mequon, Wis., for two years degree in Exercise Sports Scienceprior to the Parkside post. He Athletic Training and a Masters of has also been an accredited Education-Curriculum Development clinical instructor since 2004. from Concordia.

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gest challenges in treating athletes is their communication to him and his staff.

Wilka instructed and supervised athletic training students for Concordia as they transitioned into the high school and clinic settings. He multi-tasked as the director of sports medicine at Cedarburg Physical Therapy in Cedarburg, Wis., from 2004 until being hired by UW-Parkside.

“Sometimes athletes don’t want to admit to injuries and other times they think, ‘Oh, I’m sure this will get better on its own,’ but in many of those cases the athletes would be better sooner if they’d bring the Past experience for Wilka insituation to us immediately and cludes serving as the head trainer let us help them. Athletes will do a better job if they’re 100 percent, and at Cedarburg High School; head athletic trainer for Team USA Fist-

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Upcoming Events GOLF Winter golf clinic UW-Parkside golf coach Mark Olsen has released information for his 2012 Winter Golf Clinic. The program will hold four, 45-minute group lessons Feb. 7-10. Olsen will lead the staff along with members of the UW-Parkside golf team and guest PGA professionals. There are three separate sessions on those days at 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. in the DeSimone Gymnasium. The cost for one session (four, 45-minute lessons) is $60. For more information, contact Olsen at 262-595-3357.

SOFTBALL 2011 Holiday Fastpitch Clinic The 2011 Holiday Fastpitch Clinic for softball players in grades 3-12

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will take place Dec. 28-29 from 1-5 p.m. Advanced registration is $160, and registration at the door is $180. Each day will be broken up into two sessions. One session will feature defensive instruction and position work. The other session will include all aspects of offense (hitting, bunting, base running, etc). Contact the UWP softball office for additional information at 262-595-2412 or email coach Fillipp at fillipp@uwp. edu

be prizes for the winners as well as raffles. Cost for a team entry is $60 and you’re guaranteed at least two games. Registration forms are available at www.parksiderangers.com or contact Laura Fillipp at fillipp@uwp.edu for more information.

Wiffle Wars 2011 The UW-Parkside softball team is hosting Wiffle Wars 2011, a wiffle ball tournament open to the Kenosha/Racine communities, on Dec. 8, beginning at 5 p.m. Teams consist of seven to eight players for the tournament. There is also a home run derby for individuals. There will

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She is nine behind Laurie Pope (1979-83) and 16 short of current assistant coach Amanda Gibson’s 1,322. Sophomore Danielle Slivka also had a milestone The basketball teams are off from competition for the night against Kentucky Wesleyan. The Johnsburg, Ill., rest of the semester, while wrestling will compete this native pulled down 15 rebounds against the Panthers, weekend before taking a few weeks off. the second-most of any player in the Great Lakes Valley Conference this season. Take a look at what’s happening this week in UWParkside Athletics: The Rangers will take a long hiatus from the schedule for finals and the holiday break. They’ll be back in action at the DeSimone Gymnasium on Thursday, Dec. #15 Women’s Basketball (6-2, 1-1 GLVC) 29, at 5:30 p.m., against Indiana University Northwest. Conference play resumes on Thursday, Jan. 5, at Last week: Defeated by Kentucky Wesleyan, 68-67; Missouri-St. Louis. defeated Southern Indiana, 76-50. Of note: The Rangers saw their 23-game home winning streak snapped on a last-second shot Dec. 1 before recovering quickly with a big win over Southern Indiana Dec. 3. The win over Southern Indiana marked the largest margin in school history against the Screaming Eagles. Statistically speaking, the Rangers had a significant week. Brittany Beyer (17.5 ppg last week) and Jadee Rooney (16.5 ppg) moved up on the school’s all-time scoring list and appear destined to finish second and third when it’s all said and done. Beyer is now at 1,343 points, third in Ranger history. She is 20 shy of Carrie Weir (2001-05), who sits in second place at 1,322. Sammie Kromm (200105) is the school’s alltime leader with 1,897 points. Rooney moved into sixth place this week as she now has 1,306 points in her career.

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Men’s Basketball (4-3, 0-2 GLVC) Last week: Defeated by #9 Kentucky Wesleyan, 8178 (OT); defeated by #5 Southern Indiana, 71-69. Of note: The UW-Parkside men’s basketball team proved it could play with the nation’s best this past week after its two games against top 10 programs went down to the wire. Unfortunately for the Rangers, each opponent hit a late three-pointer in regulation which eventually led to heartbreaking defeat. The Rangers hope to get continued production out of their post players who put together a good weekend against Kentucky Wesleyan and Southern Indiana. Freshman Ziggy Riauka averaged 12 points and four rebounds in the two games, while Steve Jaskulske added 8.5 points and 3.5 boards to help solidify that center spot. Conrad Krutwig and Kevin Senechalle also manned the power forward position nicely. Krutwig averaged 8.5 points and six rebounds for the weekend, while Senechalle gave the Rangers 5.5 boards a contest.


This week in Ranger sports perfect on the season after four events. Davien Willis and Arik Yde each reached the championship round before falling in the finals. Willis lost a hard-fought title match, 6-5. Yde dropped a decision to Kyle Windquist from Luther College. Heavyweight James Malechek finished third thanks to a 7-2 victory over Anthony Edgren, who wrestled unattached. Malechek was 4-1 on the day including three pins. Montrail Johnson earned a fourth-place spot by going 3-2 at 165. He dropped a pair of close decisions in the semifinal (6-5) and third-place match (4-2). His three wins included two by pin and one by major decision.

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The Rangers will take an extended break from game action. They will be off until Thursday, Dec. 29, when they host Wayne State University in a big regional tilt at the DeSimone Gymnasium. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.

#9 Wrestling Last week: Three champions produced from the Wisconsin Open.

Brandt Welcher (unattached) took fifth while Aaron Heidersheid and Joseph Her (unattached) each placed sixth. The team is now preparing for a pair of meets. On Saturday, Dec. 10, they will head to St. Cloud State for the Husky Open beginning at 9 a.m. On Dec. 11, the squad will be off to UW-Oshkosh for the Dan Gable Open, also at 9 a.m.

This week: Saturday, Dec. 10, at the Husky Open hosted by St. Cloud State, 9 a.m.; Sunday, Dec. 11, at the Dan Gable Open hosted by UW-Oshkosh, 9 a.m. Of note: The UW-Parkside wrestling team had three of its grapplers take home titles from Saturday’s 40th Annual Wisconsin Open. Luke Rynish, who was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the event, won his fourth title of the year at 174 pounds. Collin Crume, who has gotten off to an impressive start in his Ranger career, won the 133-pound championship. Nick Fishback wrestled unattached, but took home the crown at 157. He also won the event’s Pinner’s Award. It was the first-ever Wisconsin Open title for Rynish, who missed last year’s event due to injury. He is still

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Jadee Rooney

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Jordan Mach

scored 16 points in a 76-50 victory over Southern Indiana, Dec. 3.

had 13 points and 5 rebounds in a 72-69 overtime loss to Kentucky Wesleyan College, Dec. 1.

scored 17 points in a 71-69 loss to Southern Indiana, Dec. 3.

More top performers... BASKETBALL Jenna Endisch, scored 12 points in a 76-50 win over Southern Indiana, Dec. 3. Danielle Slivka, pulled down 15 rebounds including 6 offensive boards in a 68-67 setback to Kentucky Wesleyan, Dec. 1. Ziggy Riauka, scored 15 points and added 6 rebounds in a 72-69 overtime loss to Kentucky Wesleyan College, Dec. 1.

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Luke Rynish

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Collin Crume, won the 133-pound division at the Wisconsin Open Wrestling Championships, Dec. 3. Nick Fishback, won the 157-pound division at the Wisconsin Open Wrestling Championships, Dec. 3.


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Standings Great Lakes Valley Conference 2011-12 Women’s Basketball East School

West Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak

School

Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak

Indianapolis 2-0 1.000 5-2 0.714 W5

Missouri S&T 2-0 1.000 5-0 1.000 W5

Ken. Wesleyan 2-0 1.000 5-2 0.714 W2

Drury

2-0 1.000 5-1 0.833 W5

UW-Parkside 1-1 0.500 7-2 0.777 W2

Quincy

2-0 1.000 5-2 0.714 W2

No. Kentucky 1-1 0.500 4-2 0.667 L1

William Jewell 1-1 0.500

Saint Joseph’s 1-1 0.500 4-3 0.571 W1

Ill.-Springfield 1-1 0.500 3-4 0.429 L1

Lewis

1-1 0.500 3-4 0.429 L1

Rockhurst

So. Indiana

0-2 0.000 5-3 0.625 L2

Mo.-St. Louis 0-2 0.000 3-3 0.500 L2

Bellarmine

0-2 0.000 4-3 0.571 L3

Maryville

5-1

0.833 W1

0-1 0.000 1-7 0.125 L2

0-2 0.000 2-4 0.333 L4

Great Lakes Valley Conference 2011-12 Men’s Basketball East School

West Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak

School

Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak

Ken. Wesleyan 2-0 1.000 6-0 1.000 W6

Mo.-St. Louis 2-0 1.000 4-3 0.571 W3

No. Kentucky 2-0 1.000 6-0 1.000 W6

Rockhurst

2-0 1.000 4-3 0.571 W4

So. Indiana

2-0 1.000 6-0 1.000 W6

Maryville

1-1 0.500 4-1 0.800 L1

Bellarmine

1-1 0.500 6-1 0.857 W1

Drury

1-1 0.500 4-3 0.571 W1

Indianapolis 1-1 0.500 5-2 0.714 L1

William Jewell 1-1 0.500 3-3 0.500 L1

Lewis

Ill.-Springfield 1-1 0.500 2-5 0.286 W1

0-2 0.000 4-2 0.667 L2

UW-Parkside 0-2 0.000 5-3 0.625 W1

Quincy

Saint Joseph’s 0-2 0.000 3-3 0.500 L2

Missouri S&T 0-2 0.000 1-7 0.125 L3

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Women’s Basketball

#32 Kiah Simon

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Class: Junior Hometown: Tinley Park, Ill. High School: St. Rita A junior academically, who is redshirting this season. Enjoyed a breakout season as a sophomore with 25-16 record. Placed in five tournaments and was an alternate for the NCAA II Nationals. Placed in two tournaments as a freshman while compiling a 18-25 record. Was a three-time Illinois AA state qualifier for St. Rita High School in Chicago with an overall record of 10633. Led his high school team to three state team tournaments, finishing with second and third place finishes.

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2009-10: Redshirted. High School: Placed second and fourth in the Wisconsin Division II State Meet in high school. Compiled an overall record of 165-23 and holds the school record for most career wins. Won four conference championships. Hails from the same high school as UW-Parkside AllAmericans Ted Price and Tim Whiting.

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Class: Sophomore Hometown: East Troy, Wis. High School: East Troy 2010-11: Finished season with a 5-12 record. Honorable Mention Academic All-American.

Center Class: Junior Hometown: Algoma, Wis. High School: Algoma Notables/Honors: 2010-11: Named to the GLVC AllAcademic Team. 2009-10: Named to the GLVC All-Academic Team. 2010-11: Appeared in 11 games, averaging three minutes per game. Scored a career-high eight points along with a season-high 13 minutes played in a victory against Indiana-University Northwestern (11-19-10). Played some big minutes in the NCAA Tournament win against Missouri S&T (3-11-11).

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Guard Class: Junior Hometown: Muskego, Wis. High School: Muskego Notables/Honors: 2010-11: Named to the GLVC All-Academic Team. 2010-11: Played in 20 games for the Rangers. Scored a season-high 15 points in a victory against Olivet Nazarene (1215-10), which included going perfect from the free throw line (11-for-11), and also recorded a season-high for minutes played (22). Had a solid game in a win against Indiana-University Northwestern (11-19-20) with 10 points, going 3-for-6 from the floor and 4-for-5 from the free throw line. Hit two big three-pointers in late game rally at Drury (1-17-11).

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Women’s Basketball

#31 Jenna Endisch

Player Profiles


Class: Junior Hometown: Hazel Crest, Ill. High School: Homewood Flossmoor Notable/Honors 2009-2010: AllGLVC Third Team Selection (First UWParkside men’s basketball player to be named all-conference as a freshman). 2009-2010: UW-Parkside Athletic Department Newcomer of the Year. 2010-11: Finished 18th in the conference in rebounds per game (5.1). Had a career-high 11 boards at Lewis (2-12-11). Grabbed 10 boards against Michigan Tech (11-28-10). Registered a season-high 23 points in a win over Cardinal Stritch (12-14-10).

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Men’s Basketball

#34 Jeremy Saffold

Class: Junior Hometown: Homer Glen, Ill. High School: Lockport 2010-11: Played in 25 games. Logged a career-high 18 points against Northwood (11-20-10). Went 4-for-5 from the field, 3-for-4 from the threepoint line, and 7-for-8 from the line in that game. Notched a season-high 28 minutes played in which he scored nine points against Maryville (1-22-11). Had 11 points and four steals in victory over Northland International (12-7-10). High school: Named to the first team all-Southwest Suburban Conference Blue squad.

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#30 Ryan Callozzo

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Schedules Women’s Basketball 10/28/2011

N

Loyola University Chicago (Exhibition)

W 60-53

11/6/2011

A

University of Wisconsin (Exhibition)

L 33-66

11/11/2011

A

University of Tampa

W 72-57

11/12/2011

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Rollins College

L 58-66

11/19/2011

H

Saginaw Valley State University

W 67-50

11/22/2011

H

Trinity International

W 75-58

11/26/2011

H

Grand Valley State University

W 73-60

11/27/2011

H

Upper Iowa University

W 62-36

12/1/2011

H

12/3/2011

H

University of Southern Indiana*

W 76-50

12/6/2011

H

Cardinal Stritch University

5:30 p.m.

12/29/2011

H

Indiana University Northwest

5:30 p.m.

1/5/2012

A

University of Missouri - St. Louis*

5:30 p.m.

1/7/2012

A

Maryville University*

1:00 p.m.

1/12/2012

H

University of Illinois Springfield*

5:30 p.m.

1/14/2012

H

Quincy University*

1:00 p.m.

1/16/2012

A

Lewis University*

5:30 p.m.

1/19/2012

A

Northern Kentucky University*

4:30 p.m.

1/21/2012

A

Bellarmine University*

12:00 p.m.

1/26/2012

H

Saint Joseph’s College*

5:30 p.m.

1/28/2012

A

University of Indianapolis*

12:00 p.m.

2/2/2012

H

Bellarmine University*

5:30 p.m.

2/4/2012

H

Northern Kentucky University* (Alumni Day)

1:00 p.m.

2/9/2012

A

University of Southern Indiana*

5:15 p.m.

2/11/2012

A

Kentucky Wesleyan College*

1:00 p.m.

2/16/2012

A

Saint Joseph’s College*

5:30 p.m.

2/18/2012

H

University of Indianapolis*

1:00 p.m.

2/23/2012

H

Lewis University*

5:30 p.m.

Home game in bold

Kentucky Wesleyan College* L 67-68

*Designates Great Lakes Valley Conference game

Issued December 7, 2011 I UWP@Play Digital Magazine 23


Schedules men’s Basketball 11/1/2011

A

Bradley University (Exhibition)

L 77-87

11/5/2011

A

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Exhibition)

L 59-67

11/12/2011

H

Indiana University Northwest

W 105-70

11/18/2011

H

Saginaw Valley State University

W 83-68

11/19/2011

H

Northwood University

W 71-70

11/22/2011

A

Michigan Technical University

W 73-72

11/26/2011

A

Ferris State University

L 65-70

12/1/2011

H

Kentucky Wesleyan College* L 78-81

12/3/2011

H

University of Southern Indiana* L 69-71

12/6/2011

H

Northland International University

7:30 p.m.

12/29/2011

H

Wayne State University

7:30 p.m.

12/30/2011

H

Trinity Christian

7:00 p.m.

1/5/2012

A

University of Missouri - St. Louis*

7:30 p.m.

1/7/2012

A

Maryville University*

3:15 p.m.

1/12/2012

H

University of Illinois Springfield*

7:30 p.m.

1/14/2012

H

Quincy University*

3:00 p.m.

1/16/2012

A

Lewis University*

7:45 p.m.

1/19/2012

A

Northern Kentucky University*

6:30 p.m.

1/21/2012

A

Bellarmine University*

2:15 p.m.

1/26/2012

H

Saint Joseph’s College*

7:30 p.m.

1/28/2012

A

University of Indianapolis*

2:15 p.m.

2/2/2012

H

Bellarmine University*

7:30 p.m.

2/4/2012

H

Northern Kentucky University* (Alumni Day)

3:00 p.m.

2/9/2012

A

University of Southern Indiana*

7:30 p.m.

2/11/2012

A

Kentucky Wesleyan College*

3:00 p.m.

2/16/2012

A

Saint Joseph’s College*

7:30 p.m.

2/18/2012

H

University of Indianapolis*

3:00 p.m.

2/23/2012

H

Lewis University*

7:30 p.m.

Home game in bold

*Designates Great Lakes Valley Conference game

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Schedules Wrestling 11/5/2011

A

Pointer Open-UW-Stevens Point

No scores kept

11/13/2011

A

Harold Nichols Cyclone Open

No scores kept

11/19/2011

A

Concordia Open

No scores kept

12/3/2011

H

Wisconsin Open

No scores kept

12/10/2011

A

Husky Open-St. Cloud State

9:00 a.m.

12/11/2011

A

Dan Gable Open

9:00 a.m.

12/29/2011

A

Midlands Open

10:00 a.m.

12/30/2011

A

Midlands Open

10:00 a.m.

1/7/2012

A

NWCA National Duals

9:00 a.m.

1/8/2012

A

NWCA National Duals

9:00 a.m.

1/21/2012

H

Ranger Duals

9:00 a.m.

1/25/2012

H

UW-Stevens Point Dual

7:00 p.m.

1/27/2012

A

Wheaton College Invitational

11:00 a.m.

1/28/2012

A

Wheaton College Invitational

9:00 a.m.

2/4/2012

A

Blugold Invitational-UWEC

9:00 a.m.

2/9/2012

A

UW-Whitewater Dual

7:00 p.m.

2/26/2012

A

NCAA II Super 2 Regionals

10:00 a.m.

Home game in bold

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Rosters Women’s Basketball ##

Full Name

Pos.

Yr.

Ht.

Hometown / HS

3

Jessica Brito

G

Rf.

5-8

Danville, IL / Bismarck-Henning

10

Kaitlyn Bettiga

G

Sr.

5-6

Green Bay, WI / Ashwaubenon

14

Jaleesa Trussell

G

Jr.

5-8

Racine, WI / Case

20

Sierra West

G

Jr.

5-6

Hartford, WI / Slinger

21

Danielle Slivka

F

So.

5-10

Johnsburg, IL / Johnsburg

22

Amy Selk

F

Sr.

5-11

Sheboygan, WI / South

24

Jadee Rooney

G

Sr.

5-9

Markesan, WI / Markesan

25

Karisa Laskowski

F

Jr.

5-10

Pulaski, WI / Pulaski

30

Brittany Beyer

F

Sr.

5-10

New London, WI / New London

31

Jenna Endisch

G

Jr.

5-8

Muskego, WI / Muskego

32

Kiah Simon

C

Jr.

6-0

Algoma, WI / Algoma

34

Gaby Bronson

G/F

Fr.

6-0

Whitefish Bay, WI / Nicolet

42

Maddie Johnston

F

Fr.

5-11

Lansing, MI / Grand Ledge

50

Cheryl Leyns

F

Jr.

5-10

Greendale, WI / Martin Luther

52

Jennifer Blunt

C

Fr.

6-1

Milwaukee, WI / Riverside

RS

Stephanie Furr

F

Fr.

5-10

Shorewood, IL / Minooka

Coaching Staff Name Jenny Knight-Kenesie

Title Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Lindsay Bronson

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Amanda Gibson

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

26 UWP@Play Digital Magazine I Issued December 7, 2011


Rosters Men’s Basketball ##

Full Name

Pos.

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / HS

3

Russ Finco

G

Fr.

5-11

165

Hartland, WI / Arrowhead

4

Jordan Mach

G

So.

6-2

185

Antigo, WI / Antigo

12

Sam Katula

G

Sr.

6-3

190

Brookfield, WI / East

13

Nick Neari

G

Jr.

6-2

190

St. Charles, IL / North

15

Ziggy Riauka

F

Fr.

6-8

215

Downers Grove, IL / South

21

Kevin Senechalle

F

Jr.

6-7

215

St. Charles, IL / East

22 Colt Grandstaff G So. 6-2 185 Apache Junction, AZ / Apache Junction 23

Steve Jaskulske

F

Jr.

6-7

220

Racine, WI / Case

24

Conrad Krutwig

F

Jr.

6-6

230

Algonquin, IL / Jacobs

30

Ryan Callozzo

G

Jr.

5-11

185

Homer Glen, IL / Lockport

31

Jarvis Lawson

F

So.

6-4

200

Racine, WI / St. Catherine’s

32

Javar Lawson

F

So.

6-4

195

Racine, WI / St. Catherine’s

34 Jeremy Saffold F Jr. 6-6 195 Hazel Crest, IL / Homewood Flossmoor 44

Leneal Harris

G

Sr.

6-1

205

Milwaukee, WI / Rufus King

Coaching Staff Name

Title

Luke Reigel

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Josh Wolfe

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Tom Reigel

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Ben Chamness

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Andy Atkins

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Issued December 7, 2011 I UWP@Play Digital Magazine 27


Rosters - Wrestling Full Name

Yr.

Wt.

Hometown / HS

Full Name

Yr.

Wt.

Hometown / HS

Josh Anthony Fr. 165 Machesney Park, IL / Harlem H.S

Andrew Krueger Fr. 149

Greenfield, WI / Greenfield H.S

Daniel Argueta Fr. 149 Orland Park, IL / Carl Sandburg H.S

LaQuan Lundford Fr. 149

Dillon Bera Jr. 157

Kaukauna, WI / Kaukauna

James Malechek Jr. 285 Kewaunee, WI / Kewaunee

Collin Crume Fr. 133

Elkhart, IN / Jimtown H.S

Mike Migawa So. 149

Derek Davidson Fr. 149

LaSalle, MI / Monroe H.S

Zach Noel Fr. 141 Greenfield, WI / Whitnall

Dave Edwards So. 149

East Troy, WI / East Troy

Derek Olson Fr. 165 Franklin, WI / Muskego

South Bend, IL / Clay H.S

Tinley Park, IL / St. Rita

Nick Fishback Fr. 157 Orland Park, IL / Carl Sandburg H.S

Jake Papke Fr. 125 McChesney Park, IL / Harlem H.S

Seth Gantz Fr. 141 Waukesha, WI / Waukesha West H.S

Tucker Pittz Fr. 149

Carlos Garcia Fr. 133

Luke Rynish Sr. 174 Hortonville, WI / Hortonville

Joliet, IL / Joliet H.S

Mineral Point, WI / Mineral Point H.S

Matthew Gille Jr. 184 Little Saumico, WI / Roncalli

Taylor Servant So. 141 Crystal Lake, IL / Central

Aaron Heidersheid Fr. 149

Abrams, WI / Oconto Falls

Brian Strenk Fr. 149

Oak Forest, IL / Mount Carmel H.S

Joseph Her Fr. 133

Two Rivers, WI / Two Rivers H.S

Chris Theile Fr. 133

Saginaw, MI / Swan Valley H.S

Kory Jauch Fr. 141 Rolling Meadows, IL / Rolling Meadows H.S

Brandt Welcher Fr. 141

Hamilton, MI / Hamilton H.S

Monterail Johnson Fr. 165

Sharpsville, IN / Tri Central H.S

Davien Willis Fr. 197 Milwaukee, WI / Custer

Jake Keefer Fr. 141

Marengo, IL / Marengo H.S

Arik Yde Jr. 141 Hartland, WI / Arrowhead

Coaching Staff Name Title

Name Title

Gregg Lewis

Interim Head Wrestling Coach

Ryan Woods

Student Assistant Coach

Assistant Wrestling Coach

Curtis Hines

Student Assistant Coach

Eric Robinson

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UWP women rebound in big win over USI After suffering a 68-67 loss at the buzzer to Kentucky Wesleyan College, snapping a near two-year-long home winning streak Dec. 1, the UW-Parkside women’s basketball team took out its frustration on Southern Indiana, beating the Screaming Eagles, 76-50, Dec. 3. The 15th-ranked Rangers led 33-11 early and were never threatened. Parkside forced 14 first-half turnovers, converting them into 21 points. There was no letdown in the second half, as the Rangers scored the first 13 points and pushed their lead to 57-19. The Rangers shot 50 percent from the field in the game, including 5-of-10 from behind the arc.

Brittany Beyer takes aim at the free throw line. TOP PERFORMERS

Jadee Rooney drives to the basket. 30 UWP@Play Digital Magazine I Issued December 7, 2011

Jadee Rooney scored 17 points against Kentucky Wesleyan Dec. 1 and 10 against Southern Indiana Dec. 3 to move into sixth place on the all-time UW-Parkside career scoring list. Brittany Beyer led the Rangers with 23 points against Kentucky Wesleyan and tallied a dozen against Southern Indiana, moving into third place on the school’s career scoring list. Jenna Endish provided a spark off the bench against Southern Indiana, scoring 12 points. Danielle Slivka logged a career-high 15 rebounds against Kentucky Wesleyan.

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TOP PHOTOS

TOP STORY

UWP edged by nationally-ranked teams The UW-Parkside men’s basketball team could argue that it was two possessions away from being nationally ranked. The Rangers dropped a heartbreaking 81-78 game, in overtime, to the ninth-ranked team in the country, Kentucky Wesleyan, Dec. 1. Then, on Dec. 3, UW-Parkside came up just short again, this time to Southern Indiana, ranked No. 5 in the nation, 71-69. Kentucky Wesleyan forced overtime on a tightly defended, desperation three-point shot on the Panthers’ last possession. Against the Screaming Eagles, the Rangers had a chance to tie or win the game on their final possession, but USI came up with a steal as time expired.

Jeremy Saffold looks inside. TOP PERFORMERS

Jordan Mach eyes the hoop.

Freshman Ziggy Riauka led the Rangers in scoring with 15 points against Kentucky Wesleyan Dec. 1. He also pulled down six rebounds, blocked a shot and dished out an assist. Jordan Mach paced Parkside in scoring with 17 points against Southern Indiana Dec. 3.

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Wrestling

TOP PHOTOS

Rangers earn three titles at Wisconsin Open The UW-Parkside wrestling team had three grapplers take home titles to go with a pair of seconds in front of the home fans at the 40th Annual Wisconsin Open Wrestling Championships Dec. 3 in the Petretti Fieldhouse. Luke Rynish, who was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the event, won his fourth title of the year at 174 pounds. Freshmen Collin Crume (133) and Nick Fishback (who wrestled unattached at 157) also claimed their first ever Wisconsin Open titles. Team scores are not kept at open meet events.

Collin Crume

The Rangers will be back in action at the Husky Open, hosted by St. Cloud State, Saturday, Dec. 10, starting at 9 a.m.

Luke Rynish takes his opponent to the mat.

Luke Rynish

TOP PERFORMERS

Luke Rynish won the 174-pound crown at the Wisconsin Open Dec. 3. He won his matches by a technical fall and a major decision to advance to the title round, where he took a 17-4 technical fall. Collin Crume championed the 133-pound weight class at the Wisconsin Open. Crume was a perfect 4-0 on the day, earning a hard-fought 3-2 decision in the semifinals before taking a 7-2 verdict in the finals. Nick Fishback claimed the 157-pound grouping at the Wisconsin Open with an unblemished 4-0 record. Fishback won the tournament’s “Pinners Award” with three pins in a total time of 5:34. 32 UWP@Play Digital Magazine I Issued December 7, 2011

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