Sports – Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
Tramon Williams won’t be back
contract with the Cleveland Browns on Monday.
GM Ted Thompson wasn’t willing to offer more than five million dollars
per season. Casey Hayward will have the
inside track on filling his starting spot on the other side of Sam Shields next
Former Wisconsin Badger
linebacker Chris Borland announced he was retiring from football after just one
season with the
49ers. Borland told ESPN he was quitting
because of concerns over concussion issues.
Borland says he only had two diagnosed concussions in his career but
looking at research being done, he didn’t want to expose his body to that
trauma. The 3rd round pick
was tabbed to start at linebacker for the 49ers this year after Patrick Willis
retired a few earlier this month at the age of 30 because of a toe injury.
The NCAA Tournament gets
going tonight with a pair of games in
seed Xavier on Thursday.
The #1 seed Badgers open up
NCAA Tournament play on Friday night when they take on Coastal Carolina in
seed and will face unbeaten Princeton a #8 seed in the first round of the NCAA
Women’s Basketball Tournament in
Saturday at 10am. #1 seed
in the other half of the pod.
The Bucks get back into
action tonight as they head to
The Brewers get back on the
field today after Monday’s off day with a matchup with the San Diego
Padres. There is no radio. The first pitch is set for 3:05pm.
The Marian baseball team
dropped to 0-5 on their trip to
with a 4-3 loss to Illinois Tech in 10 innings on Monday. The Sabres play Central Iowa and
Conference Boys Basketball Team
FIRST TEAM ALL
Ryan Biffert, SR.
Will Aird, SR. WLA
Cory Nies, SR.
PLAYER OF THE
YEAR: BRETT WITTCHOW, SR.
Conference Girls Basketball Team
Brooke Scott, SR.
Schneider, SR, Springs**
PLAYER OF THE
YEAR: MIKAYLA VOIGT, SR. KML