KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/3/17

Boys High School Hockey:

Homestead 6, Fond du Lac 3

St. Mary’s Springs 5, Aquinas/Holmen Co-op 0

Waupun 8, Cedarburg 2

Boys Swimming:

Fond du Lac finishes in fourth place at the Hartford Relays. The 4 X 100 meter Individual Medley relay team of Ben Stoffel-Murray, Abe Stoffel-Murray, Andrew Park and Logan Schwartz take first place. The 3 X 100 backstroke relay team of Ben Stoffel-Murray, Abe Stoffel-Murray and Andrew Park took second place.

College Football:

Big Ten:

Ohio State 27, Wisconsin 21

–The Badgers suffer their first loss of the season in Indianapolis.

NCAA Division 3 Playoffs:

UW-Oshkosh 41, Wartburg (IA) 27

–Dylan Hecker had five total touchdowns as the Titans won to advance to the Division Three Semifinals for the second straight year. Oshkosh will take on Mount Union (OH) next Saturday.

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Ohio State 83, Wisconsin 58

–The Buckeyes shot 78 percent from the floor in the first half as they won for the first time at the Kohl Center since 2014. Brad Davison scored 16 points to lead Wisconsin, who drops to 3-5 on the year. The Badgers travel to Penn State on Monday night.

Penn State 77, Iowa 73

Michigan 69, Indiana 55


Finlandia 65, Marian 57

Georgia 73, Marquette 66

–Markus Howard scored 29 points in the loss for the Golden Eagles

Montana State 68, Milwaukee 64

Belmont 86, Green Bay 75

Women’s College Basketball:

Alverno 69, Marian 54

Wisconsin 71, La Salle 60

Green Bay 63, Marquette 55


Milwaukee 109, Sacramento 104

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 33 points and tallied 13 rebounds as the Bucks held off the Kings at the Bradley Center. Khris Middleton scored 25, Eric Bledsoe had 19 in the win. Milwaukee is at Boston on Monday.

Men’s College Hockey:

St. Norbert 4, Marian 1

Wisconsin 3, Minnesota 2

Women’s College Hockey:

Finlandia 4, Marian 1

Wisconsin 3, Minnesota-Duluth 1

Women’s College Volleyball:

Wisconsin 3, Iowa State 0 (25-22, 25-20, 25-23)

–The Badgers advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the fifth straight year.