KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/30/19

College Sports: 

The Marian University Men’s Soccer team will close out the season against a Division One opponent. The Sabres will play Northwestern University Friday (November 1st) at 7 pm in Evanston, Illinois. It will be the second time in four seasons Marian will travel to Northwestern to close the season, after doing the same in 2016 – a game in which Marian held their own, but fell 1-0. The game is also the final regular season contest for the Wildcats, who close Big Ten play against Wisconsin tonight. 

Men’s College Basketball: 


DePaul 110, Marian 22

–DeAndre Ross and Hunter Schultz each had five points for the Sabres in the loss

Marquette 88, St. Norbert 51

–Brendan Bailey scored 15 to lead the Golden Eagles in the win. Marquette opens the regular season Tuesday against Loyola of Maryland


The Marian Men’s Basketball team was picked to finish ninth in the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference – as voted on by conference coaches and sports information directors. The Sabres got 77 total votes in the poll – with MSOE picked to win the league after receiving 261 points and 16 of 23 first place votes. Aurora University is picked second and, Benedictine third. The Sabre men open the regular season at the UW-Superior Tournament on November 8th & 9th. 

The Marian Women’s Basketball team was picked to finish 10th in the NACC preseason poll after receiving 87 total votes. Wisconsin Lutheran was picked to win the league, with Benedictine second and Concordia-Wisconsin third. The Sabre women open the season at UW-River Falls on November 8th. 


It will be a rematch of the 2019 Eastern Conference semifinals tonight in Boston as the Bucks and Celtics play at T-D Garden. Milwaukee and Boston Celtics are both two-and-one coming into matchup – the Bucks topped the Cavaliers 129-112 Monday night at home while Boston is coming off a 118-95 victory over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Coverage starts at 6 pm, tipoff is 6:30 – listen on KFIZ and the Bucks Radio Network. 


The Green Bay Packers let the N-F-L trade deadline pass without any external moves, but they did make some roster adjustments aimed at improving a bad kick return game. Through the first eight weeks, the Packers are 30th in kickoff return average and 32nd in punt returns. That led to the release of receiver and returner Darrius Shepherd and tight end Evan Baylis. Cornerback and returner Tremon Smith was promoted from the practice squad Tuesday. The 53rd roster spot is still open – possibly to be filled by tight end Jace Sternberger or safety Ibraheim Campbell. So far this season the Packers have a minus-eight total yards on punt returns.

Major League Baseball: 

World Series – Game Six: 

Washington 7, Houston 2

–Anthony Rendon went 3 for 4 with a single, double and a home run – driving in five runs – as the Nationals force a Game Seven in the World Series tonight. Max Scherzer goes for Washington against Zack Greinke for Houston. First pitch is just after 7 pm from Houston. 


Nashville 3, Chicago 0

Dallas 6, Minnesota 3

Detroit 3, Edmonton 1