Sports : Sunday, 9/3/17

Men’s College Golf:

The Marian University Men’s Golf Team finished in eighth place at the Edgewood Invite. The Sabres shot a 319, with Jake Sherwood leading the way with a second round score of a 77. Sherwood finished in 14th individually.

Women’s College Tennis:

Edgewood 8, Marian 1    

College Football:

Big Ten:

Iowa 24, Wyoming 3

Illinois 24, Ball State 21

Northwestern 31, Nevada 20

Penn State 52, Akron 0

–Fond du Lac’s Robert Windsor recorded four tackles for Penn State in the win.

#11 Michigan 33, #17 Florida 17

Michigan State 35, Bowling Green 10

Maryland 51, #23 Texas 41

#16 Louisville 35, Purdue 28

Nebraska 43, Arkansas State 36


UW-Oshkosh 23, John Carroll (OH) 17

Illinois Wesleyan 17, UW-Whitewater 10

UW-Platteville 30, George Fox (OR) 28

UW-Stevens Point 34, St. Norbert 33 (2OT)

UW-La Crosse 27, Luther (IA) 7

St. Thomas (MN) 47, UW-Eau Claire 13

UW-Stout 17, Simpson (IA) 0

Coe (IA) 13, UW-River Falls 9

Midwest Conference:

Concordia-Chicago 28, Ripon College 20

Lake Forest 37, Beloit 27

Presentation 40, Lawrence 10


The Packers completed their roster cutdown to the 53-man limit on Saturday from their camp roster of 90 players. Among the notables released were backup quarterbacks Joe Callahan and Taysom Hill, along with receivers Malachi Dupre and DeAngelo Yancey who were draft picks this spring. See the current 53-man roster here

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Washington 3, Milwaukee 2

–The Nationals pushed two runs across in the top of the eighth inning to pull out a win over the Brewers on Saturday night at Miller Park. Eric Thames and Stephen Vogt both doubled in runs in the loss for the Brewers. The final game of the series is this afternoon, Brent Suter starts for the Brewers against Edwin Jackson for the Nationals. Coverage starts at 12:35, first pitch at 1:10 on KFIZ.

Chicago Cubs 14, Atlanta 12

San Francisco 2, St. Louis 1 (10 Innings)

Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 0

American League:

Chicago White Sox 5, Tampa Bay 4

Minnesota 17, Kansas City 0

Cleveland 5, Detroit 2

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 4, Quad Cities 2