KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 3/7/2021

Men’s College Basketball: 


Ripon College 80, Lake Forest College 57

–Jack Brady scored a career-high 21 points on seven three-pointers to lead the Red Hawks past the Foresters on the road. 

Big East: 

Marquette 66, Xavier 59

–DJ Carton scored 16 points to lead the Golden Eagles in the win

Big Ten: 

#4 Illinois 73, #7 Ohio State 68

#23 Purdue 67, Indiana 58

Rutgers 77, Minnesota 70 (OT)

Women’s College Basketball: 


Ripon College 72, Lake Forest College 53

–Bonnie Jensen scored 13 points to lead the Red Hawks in the win. Former Fond du Lac High School athlete Megan Dille scored nine points as part of her “Senior Night” at Ripon. 

Big Ten: 

Michigan State 67, Wisconsin 54

–Imani Lewis scored 18 points to lead the Badgers in the loss

Big East Tournament – Quarterfinals: 

Marquette 68, Providence 43

–The Golden Eagles will play Creighton in the semifinals today

College Softball: 


Marian 5, Ripon College 1 (Game 1)

Marian 5, Ripon College 4 (Game 2)

MLB Spring Training: 

Chicago Cubs 3, Milwaukee 1

–Avisail Garcia went 2-for-2 with a double and scored the only run of the game for the Brewers in their loss to the Cubs. Brewer batters struck out 13 times against Cubs pitching in the loss. Milwaukee is off today and is back in action Monday against the Los Angeles Angels. 

Chicago White Sox 7, Cleveland 0

Men’s College Hockey: 


Marian 3, Concordia-Wisconsin 0

–The Sabres clinch the #2 seed in the North Division for the upcoming Harris Cup playoffs, and will host Lawrence University Wednesday in the opening round

Big Ten:

#5 Wisconsin 2, Michigan State 1

–Cole Caufield scored twice as the Badgers downed the Spartans to win their first ever Big Ten Regular Season title. It’s the program’s first regular season conference crown since the year 2000. 

Women’s College Hockey: 


St. Scholastica 6, Marian 0

–The Sabres will play at Concordia-Wisconsin Tuesday in the opening round of the NCHA Slaats Cup playoffs. 


#1 Wisconsin 5, Minnesota 3

–The Badgers advance to their seventh straight WCHA title game. The Badgers will play Ohio State today at 2 PM. 


Arizona 5, Minnesota 2