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This Week’s Highlights… Men’s basketball team eyes improvement . . . . . . 4-5 With considerably more depth than it has possessed in recent years, the men’s basketball team is looking to show improvement in the recently launched 2011-12 season. Ninth-year head coach Luke Reigel, whose team began its regular season Nov. 12 with an impressive 125-70 victory over Indiana University-Northwest, said the Rangers will be fun to watch.

A look at the week ahead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-16 A number of UW-Parkside teams will be in action this week, including the men’s and women’s basketball teams, and the men’s wrestling squad, along with Evan Lewandowski and Hope Christie at the NCAA Cross Country Nationals.

Peak performances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Several individuals stood tall in recent performances for the Rangers. Included in the Top Performers section of this week’s edition of UW-Parkside @Play are Brittany Beyer’s career-high 37 points against the University of Tampa, Ziggy Riauka’s 18 points versus Indiana University-Northwest and Luke Rynish’s title in the 174-pound division at Iowa State.


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Depth – or the lack of it – can make a significant difference in the fortunes of a basketball team. With solid depth, players can go all out on every play, knowing that when they need to sit on the bench to catch their wind, a replacement will capably fill the void. Coaches enjoy having depth on their teams because when a starter goes down to injury, he can usually be replaced without too much of a letdown.

point field goals made per game (3.0), ninth in steals (1.52), ninth in minutes played (31.8) and 13th in scoring (14.0). “We expect big things out of Jeremy this year,” Reigel said. “Both Leneal and Jordan had some growing pains in their first year in the program last season, but Leneal will be a more complete player this year and Jordan will build on things he did last year and he’ll add things to his game.”

The Parkside frontcourt will consist of 6-7 junior forwards Kevin Senechalle, “We have so much more depth who missed this season,” said ninth-year head the exhibition coach Luke Reigel. “The bottom line opener due to is we have more good players than illness, and we’ve had recently. We haven’t been Steve Jaskulske, very deep the last few years, but this whose 2010-11 depth will make us better on both season ended ends of the court.” with an injury Among those good players is after just seven Jeremy Saffold. The 6-foot-6 junior games, as well forward enjoyed an outstanding as 6-6 junior freshman season in 2010-11, start- forward Conrad ing all 29 games, placing fifth in the Krutwig, who league in blocked shots (0.97 per played in 37 game) and ranking 14th in scorgames the past ing (14.8). He also became the first two seasons for freshman player in Parkside history the University of to be named all-conference. South Dakota. Senior guard Leneal Harris started 24 games last season, finishing ninth in the conference in scoring (15.4 points). As the 2010-11 GLVC Freshman of the Year, Jordan Mach was second in the league in three-

“Kevin’s a rock for us,” Reigel said. “He does the little things that win games. Steve

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has had two ACL tears in the past three years, but he looks like a different player. He’s feeling more and more comfortable out there. Conrad plays hard with a good skill level. He’s been through it.” Other key contributors will be 6-3 senior guard Sam Katula, 6-2 junior guard Nick Neari and 6-8 freshman forward Ziggy Riauka. Last season, Katula scored in double figures eight times, Neari played in all 27 games and was runner-up on the team in steals (25) and assists (55), and Riauka averaged 11.7 points and


am eyeing improvement in 2011-12 Rangers’ depth, experience should pay dividends 6.8 rebounds as a high school senior.

“One thing we can take out of both exhibition games is that we know we have a lot to build on,” Reigel said. “This is a group that wants to get better. With our depth this season, we don’t have to rely on the same players every night offensively, and on defense we don’t have to play players when they’re tired. We haven’t had that kind of luxury in recent years.

The Rangers began the 2011-12 regular season with a 125-70 rout of Indiana University-Northwest Nov. 12. Riauka led the way with 18 points, followed by Colt Grandstaff with 16, Jarvis Lawson with 15, Jaskulske with 14 and Krutwig with 12. The Rangers opened their brief exhibition season with an 87-77 loss at Division I Bradley Nov. 1, then dropped a 67-59 decision at Division I UWMilwaukee. Saffold scored 19 points against Bradley, while Mach added a dozen. Versus Milwaukee, Harris tossed in 14 points, while Krutwig and Saffold had 12 each. Steve Jaskulske

“There’s a different feel to this group. Offensively we’re going to go. We’ll get out in transition and run. We’ll be fun to watch. We have a bunch of guys who love to compete. Teams will have their hands full if they’re not prepared to play. We’re going to grow and get better as the season goes along.”

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#16 Women’s Basketball Last week: Defeated the University of Tampa, 72-57; defeated by Rollins College at Tampa, 66-58. With fall sports wrapping up, the full transition into the winter season is coming. Last up for the fall is cross-country with Hope Christie and Evan Lewandowski heading to the NCAA Championships Nov. 19. Both basketball teams are at home, including the men hosting the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic presented by Comfort Suites. Wrestling is back on the mats Nov. 20 in Mequon. Take a look at what’s happening this week in UWParkside athletics:

Men’s Basketball Last week: Defeated Indiana University Northwest, 125-70. This week: Nov. 18 vs. Saginaw Valley, 7 p.m.; Nov. 19 vs. Northwood, 7 p.m.

This week: Nov. 19 vs. Saginaw Valley, 1 p.m. Of note: The women’s basketball team started its season off with two nationally mentioned opponents in the Spartan Classic at the University of Tampa. The Rangers knocked off the hosts, 72-57 Nov. 11 before falling to a tough Rollins College squad on Nov. 12, 66-58. Against Tampa, senior Brittany Beyer had a night to remember, scoring 37 points, the second-most in school history. She was 15-of-19 from the floor along with grabbing eight rebounds and dishing out four assists. She helped the Rangers build on a one-point halftime lead and win going away. Against Rollins, the Rangers were faced with early foul trouble and had to play catch-up throughout the game before finally running out of time. Amy Selk led

Of note: The Ranger men’s basketball team got off to an impressive start by scoring the second-most points in school history in a 125-70 pasting of Indiana University Northwest. Parkside knocked down 15 threepointers and shot an eye-catching 60 percent from the field. Freshman Ziggy Riauka led a group of five players in double figures with 18 points, eight rebounds and four assists. The Rangers had 32 assists on their 49 field goals and committed just four turnovers. Parkside is back at the DeSimone Gymnasium hosting the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Nov. 18-19. The Rangers will welcome regional foes MinnesotaDuluth, Saginaw Valley State and Northwood University for what promises to be two great days of basketball. Duluth and Northwood will kick things off Nov. 18 at 5 p.m. with the Rangers and Saginaw Valley to follow at 7 p.m. The Nov. 19 times remain the same with Duluth and Saginaw Valley playing the first game and the Rangers and Northwood immediately after. A portion of the proceeds this weekend will go to the American Cancer Society. 8 UWP@Play Digital Magazine I Issued November 16, 2011

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This week in Ranger sports Parkside with 20 points and nine rebounds. Beyer and fellow senior Jadee Rooney tried to lead a late comeback, scoring the team’s final 24 points. The team will be back at the DeSimone Gymnasium on Nov. 19, for their home opener against Saginaw Valley State. The Rangers have won 19 straight games at home and 34 of their last 35. Tip-off is set for 1 p.m.

Wrestling This week: Had one champion and three other place finishers at the Harold Nichols Cyclone Open hosted by Iowa State. This week: Nov. 19 at the Concordia Open hosted by Concordia University, Mequon, Wis., 9 a.m. Of note: Luke Rynish showed again why he’s one of the nation’s top wrestlers at 174 pounds as he dominated the field at the Harold Nichols Cyclone Open hosted by Iowa State University. Rynish was one of four Rangers to place at the tournament. Collin Crume took third at 133 while Davien Willis (197) and James Malechek (285) each finished fourth. Rynish cruised to the 174 title with his only points against coming on escapes he allowed. He is now 8-0 on the young season. Crume was impressive at 133 with a pair of victories over Iowa State grapplers. He reached the semifinals before taking a loss, but rebounded with two more wins to claim third. Willis and Malechek combined for seven pins on the day, going 5-2 and 6-2, respectively, to place fourth in the two highest weight classes. The team will hit the mats again when they head to the Concordia Open on Nov. 19, in Mequon, Wis. The first matches will start at 9 a.m.

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look to earn All-American honors as coach Micah VanDenend believes they will both be in position to push for a spot in the top 40 on Nov. 19. Christie was eighth at the regional meet on Nov. 5 at Ferris State and will be running at the national meet for the first time. She has dealt with an injured foot during the past month but appears to be getting stronger in time for this weekend.

This week: NCAA Championships in Spokane, Wash., Nov. 19.

Lewandowski, who finished sixth at regionals, is also making his first appearance at nationals. He is only the second male runner from UW-Parkside to run for All-American status, joining Ben Orvold, who qualified last year.

Of note: The Rangers will be represented in both races at the NCAA Championships at the Plantes Ferry Athletic Complex in Spokane, Wash. Hope Christie for the women and Evan Lewandowski for the men will

The women’s race is scheduled to go off at 1 p.m. Central time. The men will follow at 2 p.m. The NCAA will stream the event for free on the Internet at www.NCAA.com

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Jadee Rooney

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Amy Selk

scored 20 points and grabbed 9 rebounds in a 66-58 loss to Rollins College, Nov. 12.


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Brittany Beyer

had a career-high 37 points in a 72-57 victory over the University of Tampa, Nov. 11.

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won the 174-pound division at the Harold Nichols Cyclone Open hosted by Iowa State University, Nov. 13.

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Steve Jaskulske scored 14 points and added 7 rebounds in a 125-70 triumph over Indiana UniversityNorthwest, Nov. 12. Ziggy Riauka scored 18 points and added 8 rebounds in a 125-70 decision over Indiana University-Northwest, Nov. 12.

Addie Kramer had 16 kills and 5 blocks in a loss to Drury University, Nov. 11. Courtney Stack had 20 assists and 7 digs in a loss to Drury University, Nov. 11.

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

Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak

East Bellarmine

School

Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak

West 0-0 0.000 2-0 1.000 W2

Maryville

0-0 0.000 2-0 1.000 W2

Ken. Wesleyan 0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Quincy

0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Saint Joseph’s 0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Wm. Jewell

0-0 0.000

So. Indiana

0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Ill.-Springfield 0-0 0.000 1-1 0.500 W1

UW-Parkside 0-0 0.000 1-1 0.500 L1

Mo.-St. Louis 0-0 0.000 1-1 0.500 W1

No. Kentucky 0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

Missouri S&T 0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

Lewis

Rockhurst

0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

Drury

0-0 0.000 0-1 0.000 L1

School

Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak

0-0 0.000 0-1 0.000 L1

Indianapolis 0-0 0.000 0-2 0.000 L2

1-0

1.000 W1

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

Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak

East Bellarmine

West 0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Drury

0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Indianapolis 0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Wm. Jewell 0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

No. Kentucky 0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Maryville

0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

So. Indiana

Quincy

0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

UW-Parkside 0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

Rockhurst

0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

Ken. Wesleyan 0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

Ill.-Springfield 0-0 0.000 0-2 0.000 L2

Lewis

0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

Missouri S&T 0-0 0.000 0-2 0.000 L2

Saint Joseph’s 0-0 0.000 0-0 0.000 ---

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

0-0 0.000 1-0 1.000 W1

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#34 Jeremy Saffold

Forward Class: Junior Hometown: Hazel Crest, Ill. High School: Homewood Flossmoor Notable/Honors - 2010 All-GLVC Third Team Selection (First UW-Parkside men’s basketball player to be named all-conference as a freshman) - 2010 UW-Parkside Athletic Department Newcomer of the Year 2010-11: Started in 22 of his 23 games played. Finished 18th in the conference in rebounds per game (5.1). Had a career-high 11 boards at Lewis. Grabbed 10 rebounds early in the year against Michigan Tech.

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#22 Amy Selk

Guard Class: Senior Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis. High School: Rufus King Career Highs Points: 30, at Southern Indiana- 1-29-11 Rebounds: 7, at Drury- 1-17-11 Assists: 6, Ferris State- 12-29-10 Steals: 4, St. Joseph’s College- 1-6-11 2010-11: Played in 26 games with 24 starts. Finished 9th in the GLVC in scoring at 15.4 points per game. Scored in double digits 21 times including a streak of 11 straight games. Had a career-high 30 points in just 26 minutes at Southern Indiana.

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Forward Class: Senior Hometown: Sheboygan, Wis. High School: South Notable/Honors: -2010-2011 GLVC All-Academic Team -Ranked 79th in the nation in rebounding (2011-12) -Lead GLVC in rebounding (8.5) (201112) 2010-11: Started all 31 games for the Rangers averaging 29.3 minutes per game. Ranked 79th in the nation in rebounding and was first in the GLVC in rebounds per game (8.5). Ranked 8th in the conference in field-goal percentage (.522).

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#24 Jadee Rooney

Guard Class: Senior Hometown: Markesan, Wis. High School: Markesan Notable/Honors: -9th in school history in scoring (1,186) -2011 All-NCAA Tournament Midwest Team -2010-11 Daktronics All-Midwest Region 2nd Team 2010-11: Started all 31 games averaging 34 minutes per game. First on the team in scoring (15.5). Ranked 26th in the nation in three-point field-goal percentage (41.4) and sixth in the nation in three-point field-goals per game (2.3). throw line at Qunicy.

#44 Leneal Harris

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Class: Junior Hometown: Little Saumico, Wis. High School: Roncalli 2010-11: Finished season with a 33-13 record. Place-winner in six tournaments (Wheaton College Invitational Champion and UW-Eau Claire Invitational Champion). NCAA II National Tournament Qualifier. NCAA II All-American. Eighth place at the NCAA II National Tournament. Led team in pins, bonus point wins, major decisions and technical falls. Dan Hall Memorial Pinners Award Winner. Tied for second most career wins by a UWParkside sophomore with 76.

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Matthew Gille

Class: Senior Hometown: Hortonville, Wis. High School: Hortonville 2010-11: Finished season with a 24-4 record. Placewinner in four tournaments. NCAA II National Tournament Qualifier. NCAA II All-American. Runner-up at the NCAA II National Tournament. Led team in takedowns, points received and major decisions. Tied for 7th in NCAA II in major decisions. Fourth most career wins by a UW-Parkside junior with 104. NCAA II first team Academic All-American. A second team selection at 167/174 on the UW-Parkside All-Time Team. Named captain by teammates.

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Schedules UW-Parkside winter 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

N

Rollins College

L 58-66

11/19/2011 H

Saginaw Valley State University

1:00 p.m.

11/22/2011 H

Trinity International

5:30 p.m.

11/26/2011 H

Grand Valley State University

1:00 p.m.

11/27/2011 H

Upper Iowa University

1:00 p.m.

12/1/2011 H

Kentucky Wesleyan College*

5:30 p.m.

12/3/2011 H

University of Southern Indiana*

1:00 p.m.

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.

Saint Joseph’s College*

5:30 p.m.

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.

1/26/2012 H 1/28/2012

A

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

*Designates Great Lakes Valley Conference game

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Schedules UW-Parkside winter 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

7:00 p.m.

11/19/2011

H

Northwood University

7:00 p.m.

11/22/2011

A

Michigan Technical University

6:00 p.m.

11/26/2011

A

Ferris State University

2:00 p.m.

12/1/2011

H

Kentucky Wesleyan College*

7:30 p.m.

12/3/2011

H

University of Southern Indiana*

3:00 p.m.

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 UW-Parkside winter 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

9:00 a.m.

Wisconsin Open

9:00 a.m.

12/3/2011 H 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.

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Rosters UW-Parkside winter sports 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

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Rosters UW-Parkside winter sports 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

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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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TOP PHOTOS

TOP STORY

Rangers split on Florida trip Playing against two teams which picked up votes in the pre-season national poll, the UW-Parkside women’s basketball team, ranked No. 16 in the country, split their season-opening contests. The Rangers beat the University of Tampa on its home floor Nov. 11, 72-57, but then fell to Rollins College, 66-58, the following day, also at the University of Tampa. Brittany Beyer scored 37 points against Tampa, which was the second highest output by any Ranger women’s basketball player in history. Debbie Hanson’s 39 points against Chicago State in 1985 was nearly eclipsed. The Rangers will bring their 1-1 record into their home opener Saturday, Nov. 19, against Saginaw Valley State, at 1 p.m. The Cardinals are 0-1 after losing at Southern Indiana, 76-62.

Amy Selk had a big game against Rollins.

Brittany Beyer scored 37 points against the University of Tampa.

TOP PERFORMERS

Brittany Beyer scored the second-most points for a single game in UWP women’s basketball history with a 37-point outburst against the University of Tampa Nov. 11. Amy Selk scored 20 points and brought down nine rebounds against Rollins College Nov. 12.

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Jadee Rooney had a double-double to help knock off Tampa.

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TOP PHOTOS

TOP STORY

UWP wins first-round match, then bows to two-time national champ The UW-Parkside women’s soccer squad won a thrilling 2-1 overtime game over Quincy in the first round of the NCAA Division II tournament Nov. 11. The team then advanced to play the two-time defending national champion Grand Valley State Lakers Nov. 13 and dropped a 3-1 decision, ending their season with a 13-4-2 overall record. Both matches were played on Grand Valley State’s campus in Allendale, Mich. The loss ends the collegiate careers of four highly decorated seniors. Shannon Becker, Kristen Benson, Natalie Brown and Cassie Glodowski finish their tenure with two GLVC championships, three trips to the NCAA Tournament (including at least one win each year) and a superb record of 58-12-9.

Goalkeeper Cassie Glodowski backstopped the Rangers into the NCAA tournament.

Stephanie Barsuli scored the game-winner against Quincy.

TOP PERFORMERS

Kristen Benson scored the lone Ranger goal against the Lakers.

Stephanie Barsuli scored the game-winner in overtime to lift the Rangers to a 2-1 win over Quincy in the first round of the NCAA tournament in Allendale, Mich., Nov. 11. Crystal Chalery found the back of the net against Quincy, which helped force overtime. Kristen Benson scored the only Ranger goal in a 3-1 loss at Grand Valley State. Issued November 16, 2011 I UWP@Play Digital Magazine 33

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Women’s Volleyball TOP PHOTOS

TOP STORY

Volleyball season ends at conference tournament The Ranger volleyball team made its first appearance at the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament since 2003. The team was eliminated by Drury, 21-25, 25-14, 25-27, 23-25 in Indianapolis. The match, played on the campus of the University of Indianapolis, began at 7 a.m. CST Nov. 11. The injury-riddled Rangers ended their season with a 15-16 overall record. The team was 11-7 in league play, marking the first time the Rangers have won 11 league games since 1997. “I’m very proud of what we achieved this season,” said head coach Christine Paciero. “We had great performances by our seniors. They should all be very proud of what we accomplished this year. We fought hard for each and every point. It just didn’t go our way.”

Senior Addie Kramer closed her career out at the GLVC tournament.

Brooke Schowalter serves one up.

The 2011 Rangers had the most GLVC wins for a UWP team since 1997.

TOP PERFORMERS

Seniors Addie Kramer and Cassy Marx totaled 16 and 14 kills, respectively, versus Drury at the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament Nov. 11. Senior Stacie Bower logged a dozen digs against Drury and Courtney Stack, also a senior, dished out 20 assists in her final collegiate match. 34 UWP@Play Digital Magazine I Issued November 16, 2011


TOP PHOTOS

TOP STORY

Rangers drop 125 on RedHawks in season opener The UW-Parkside men’s basketball team exploded for 125 points in their season opener against visiting Indiana Northwest in the DeSimone Gymnasium Nov. 12. The Rangers coasted to a 125-70 victory with 13 players getting into the scoring column. Five players finished in double figures. This is the most points Parkside has scored since it defeated Ferris State, 127-122, in double overtime in 1987. “After we settled in a little bit on the defensive end we kind of took off,” said head coach Luke Reigel. “We have a lot of guys that can put the ball in the basket. I was really happy we had a lot of guys contribute today.” The Rangers knocked down 15 three-point shots in the game. The victors got 76 points off their bench.

Jordan Mach picks up his man in the backcourt.

Nick Neari gets in the grill of Justin Latimore.

TOP PERFORMERS

Sam Katula drives to the basket.

Freshman Ziggy Riauka scored 18 points off the bench for the Rangers in their 125-70 whipping of Indiana Northwest Nov. 12. Colt Grandstaff tallied 16 points in the blowout win, while Jarvis Lawson knocked down five three-pointers for 15 points. Issued November 16, 2011 I UWP@Play Digital Magazine 35

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TOP STORY

TOP PHOTOS

Rynish dominates at Iowa State Luke Rynish showed again why he’s one of the nation’s top wrestlers at 174 pounds as he dominated the field at the Harold Nichols Cyclone Open hosted by Iowa State University Nov. 13. Rynish was one of four Rangers to place at the tournament. Collin Crume took third at 133, while Davien Willis (197) and James Malechek (285) each finished fourth. “We’re very happy with the results,” said head coach Gregg Lewis. “It was a real strong performance from the guys. These guys are scrappers. The whole team performed really well.”

James Malechek (right) finished fourth at Iowa State.

Rynish picked up right where he left off after winning the Pointer Open the previous weekend in Stevens Point. He moved to 8-0 on the year with no one coming within eight points of him.

Luke Rynish is one of the best in the land at 174.

TOP PERFORMERS

Luke Rynish (right) was the top wrestler in the 174-pound class at Iowa State. 36 UWP@Play Digital Magazine I Issued November 16, 2011

Luke Rynish dominated the 174-pound weight class at Iowa State, taking first place at the Harold Nichols Cyclone Open Nov. 13. Colin Crume grabbed third-place honors at 133 pounds at Iowa State, while teammates Davien Willis and James Malecheck took fourth at 197 and 285 pounds, respectively.

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We are proud to present you with the November 16th edition of the new UW-Parkside @Play Digital Magazine.

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