KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/20/19

Local College Sports – Saturday’s Results: 

Men’s Soccer: 

Rockford 2, Marian 0

Grinnell College (IA) 6, Ripon College 1

Women’s Soccer: 

Marian 6, Alverno 0

Grinnell College (IA) 3, Ripon College 2

UW-Oshkosh 2, UW-Eau Claire 1 (2OT)

Women’s Volleyball: 

Grinnell College (IA) 3, Ripon College 0 (25-9, 25-23, 25-16)

College Football: 

Big Ten 

Illinois 24, Wisconsin 23

–James McCourt kicked the game-winning 39 yard field goal as time expired as the Illini stunned the Badgers in Champaign Saturday afternoon. Wisconsin led 23-14 with 9:46 to play in the game, but saw Illinois score the final 10 points in the game to score the upset. The Badgers outgained the Illini 420-315, but lost the turnover battle – with two fumbles and an interception on the day. Wisconsin is forced to regroup quickly with a tough road contest at Ohio State next Saturday – kickoff is 11 AM. 

Iowa 26, Purdue 20

Minnesota 42, Rutgers 7

–The Gophers improve to 7-0 overall and 4-0 in Big Ten play. 

Indiana 34, Maryland 28

Penn State 28, Michigan 21


UW-Oshkosh 31, UW-Eau Claire 3

–Titans’ quarterback Kobe Berghammer ran for three touchdowns in the win as Oshkosh improved to 3-0 in the WIAC. UWO travels to La Crosse next Saturday. 

UW-Whitewater 38, UW-Stevens Point 0

UW-Platteville 33, UW-Stout 27

UW-La Crosse 63, UW-River Falls 49

–The Eagles and Falcons combined for 56 points in the second quarter alone in the high-scoring affair in River Falls. La Crosse quarterback Evan Lewandowski tied an NCAA Division 3 record by throwing nine touchdown passes in the win. 

Midwest Conference:

Lake Forest College (IL) 34, Ripon College 27

St. Norbert College 66, Beloit College 0

Macalester College 16, Lawrence University 6


Lakeland University 76, Rockford University 21

College Hockey: 

Women’s: Wisconsin 12, Long Island University 0

Men’s: Wisconsin 3, Minnesota-Duluth 1

Major League Baseball: 

American League Championship Series: 

Houston 6, NY Yankees 4

–Jose Altuve clubbed a walk-off two-run home run with two outs in the ninth to send the Astros to the World Series. Game one between Houston and the Washington Nationals is Tuesday in Houston.