Boys Hockey vs. Northland Pines
The Pines Classic Tournament trophy has returned home. On Saturday, January 26th, the Northland Pines boys’ hockey team upset the number one team in the state, University School, 4-0 in the championship game of the annual tournament in Eagle River to bring the trophy home.
USM has won the tournament for three straight years, but not this year, thanks to junior goalie Brett Wilkins. He led the Eagles to victory by turning aside all 28 shots the USM players fired at him. His teammates helped him gain the shutout by putting 4 of their 23 shots past USM’s senior goaltender Frank Fee. Senior Lachlan Seigmeier scored twice for the Eagles, and seniors Andrew Rothmeier and Jack Rhodes each scored a goal to help please the hometown crowd...More Information
Girls Hockey vs. Hudson
It was a statement game for the University School co-op girls hockey team. The Wildcats affirmed their abilities by defeating Hudson 2-0 in a non-conference game on Saturday, January 26th.
The teams played each other back on January 5th in Milwaukee where the Raiders defeated the Wildcats, 5-2. Things were different this time. Both teams were playing for the first time on the well-maintained ice in the beautiful Hunt Ice Arena on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Furthermore, the Wildcats were seeking redemption for their earlier loss to Hudson, and for a string of recent losses in games they could have won...More Information
Girls basketball vs. Abundant Life Christian
In a close action-filled, non-conference game on Saturday, January 26th, the University School girls’ basketball team rallied for a come-from behind victory over Abundant Life Christian at USM. The final score was 47-42.
Jason Strains, USM’s head coach, commented on the stirring victory, “That was truly an impressive team win. We struggled early, but then we fought harder defensively, dug deep, and pulled out a great win. We had to come back three separate times to take the lead, and we did it. I'm so proud of everyone.”..More Information
Boys Swimming at the Small School State Meet Invitational
The Brown Deer/University School boys swimming and diving team took 14th place in the Small School State Meet, an invitational hosted by Shorewood High School at Shorewood High School on Saturday, January 26th.
The Small School State meet is an annual harbinger of the WIAA Division 2 State Championship meet in mid-February. Many of the top contenders for the state title take part in the Small School meet at Shorewood...More Information
Wrestling at the Stark Memorial Invitational
The Whitefish Bay/Dominican/University School Wrestling took 16th place at Stark Memorial Invite at Whitefish Bay High School on Saturday, January 26th.
The host team had only four members of its team wrestle in the Memorial. In the 126 pound weight class, Nate Burroughs placed 10th and scored 2.0 team points. Dave Pellenz placed 5th in the 132 pound weight class and scored 16.5 team points. Wrestling in the 138 pound class, Liam Grady placed 12th and scored 2.0 team points. Wali Amin placed 8th in the 170 pound class and scored 3.0 team points. WFB/Dom/USM received a total of23.5 points...More Information
Girls Hockey vs. St. Croix Fusion
In a close game that displayed some fine girls’ hockey action the St. Croix Valley Fusion shutout the University School co-op team 2-0 in a non-conference game on a frigid Friday, January 25th at the Baldwin United Civic Center in Baldwin.
The Wildcats’ shooting was chilled as Sydney Seeley earned the shutout for the Fusion, stopping all 20 shots the visitors could muster. At the other end of the ice, USM’s Sami Stommel also had a good game, making 22 saves. The difference was that the Fusion were able to fire two past Stommel on shots by Anna Albrightson and Bella Rasmuson to give the home team the win...More Information
Boys Hockey vs. Hayward
The University School boys’ hockey team continues to stay hot. The Wildcats fired 57 shots at Gavin Abric, the Hayward goalie, put five of those shots past him and won the first round of the Pines Classic Tournament, 5-0 on Friday, January 25th at the Eagle River Ice Arena in Eagle River.
Jason Woods, USM’s head coach, commented on USM’s 17th win, “it was a really good game against Hayward tonight. We have been on a stretch of playing really high level goalies, and Gavin Abric is certainly one of the top goalies in the state. He made big save after big save tonight. Fortunately, we were able to get a few past him. I thought we were in a good mind frame, had great energy, and put on constant pressure. Defensively, we were dominant, and our goalie, when tested, was focused and locked in. Short turn around to our game against Pines. We will need to bring our top game.”..More Information
Boys Basketball vs. St. John's Northwestern Military Academy
It was a special event for the University School and St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy boys’ basketball teams on Friday, January 25th. The teams played their Midwest Classic Conference game at the Fiserv Forum, the new Milwaukee Bucks stadium. The play in the game was not so special for the Wildcats, however. They lost to St. John’s 73-61...More Information
Wrestling vs. Hartford Union
The Whitefish Bay/Dominican/University School wrestling team lost to Hartford Union 64-6 in a North Shore Conference dual meet on Thursday, January 24th at Whitefish Bay High School.
Because WFB/Dom/USM had only three wrestlers competing in the Varsity meet, the team did not gain may points.
Da’jun Johnson had the only victory for WFB/Dom/USM. He pinned Hartford Union’s Matt Sidor at 2:59...More Information
Skiing at Slalom Meet at Holy Hill
The University School ski team competed in a Midwest High School Ski Conference slalom meet on Thursday, January 24th at Holy Hill in Richfield. Both the USM girls team and the USM boys team took 3rd place in the meet.
Despite the night’s extreme cold and windy weather, the Wildcats were in good cheer. They were celebrating Senior Night and the skiing careers of Elsa Hinke, Jenny Kornreich, Will Kornreich, Samantha Larson, Sam Mackey, Kelly Schroeder, Jacob Skor, Kara Skowlund, and Sam Slater...More Information