Marquette Blocking, Second Set Struggles Doom UWM Panthers

By Paul Willems All athletes can understand the nerves that come with a big game, much less a game against your crosstown rivals in front of an electric crowd. If Milwaukee had any of those nerves, the Panthers handled them poorly as Marquette retained Milwaukee women’s volleyball control with an emphatic 3-0 sweep victory Tuesday […]

Milwaukee Bucks Drop Preseason Game

MILWAUKEE—Larry Sanders scored a team high 14 points for Milwaukee, but it was not enough as the Bucks lost their preseason home opener to the Chicago Bulls 91-85 on Oct. 9. Before the game, Milwaukee’s first -year head coach, Jason Kidd, talked about how the team can compete even with one of the league’s youngest […]

UWM Names Pitcher of the Week

The UWM Men’s baseball team almost saw its first no-hitter in program history recently. A shutout victory versus Valparaiso on April 18 earned one player some recognition. Cody Peterson’s display of solid pitching earned him title of Pitcher of the Week, an honor that does not often go to a UW-Milwaukee player. Peterson, a junior […]

Allan is Wisconsin Original

Lance Allan is a rarity in television journalism. He was born, raised and has spent his entire career in Wisconsin. The TMJ4 sportscaster Allan recently shared insights about television journalism to a classroom of students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. From his childhood on, he sustained an interest in sportscasting. Allan started his career at […]

The Reinvention of Brian Manthey

While growing up in Big Bend in Waukesha County during the 1960s, Brian Manthey had hoped that one day he would have a career in sports, whether it would be as an announcer or a writer. “The Milwaukee Braves were my baseball team until they moved out on me,” Manthey said with a faded hint […]

Soccer Player Reflects on Season

UWM is no stranger to the NCAA tournament; the university’s soccer and basketball sports both have teams that have been able to enter the tournament and play in the first round. Just when you would think that is enough, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and men’s track and field have become Horizon League champions as well. […]

Opening Day Becomes Skip Day

It has become a tradition for many University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) students to skip out on class for Opening Day at Miller Park. It no longer comes as a surprise to walk into a classroom as the Brewers kick off their season and only be surrounded by a handful of classmates. While many students are […]

Basketball Run Ends

After a historic run in the Horizon League Tournament, becoming the lowest seeded team to win the tourney, the UW-Milwaukee Panthers were unable to keep the momentum going in the NCAA Tournament’s Second Round. Villanova beat Milwaukee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night in Buffalo. Villanova went on a 14-point […]

Tale of Two Athletes

Jordan Aaron had no problem sleeping that Friday night in February. “Usually when you have a good night’s sleep before a game it benefits you,” said the UW-Milwaukee’s star senior guard. Less than a month earlier, more than 4,200 people came out to watch the UWM men’s basketball team play the Phoenix of Green Bay […]