Monday, July 27, 2009

Eagle golfers busy on the summer circuit

Three Edgewood College men's golfers competed recently in the WSGA Wisconsin State Amateur Championships, but all three narrowly missed the cut after two rounds of play at Merrill Hills Country Club.

Brent Quade, representing the Monroe C.C., came the closest, missing the cut by just one shot with scores of 74 and 81 (155). Mike Battista shot 82 and 75 for Odana Hills G.C., while Aaron Gavin had an 81 and a 77, playing for Oakwood Park G.C.

Andrew Gutzman has qualified for the Wisconsin State Open which will be played on August 17-19 at Blackwolf Run.

Scheele throws out first pitch for Mallards

Former Edgewood College women's basketball standout Megan Scheele, threw out the first pitch for the Madison Mallards on Friday, July 24th at the Duck Pond. Reports from insider sources tell us it was sinking fastball on the outer half of the plate for a called strike.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Gugel tops in the Home Talent League

Former Edgewood College baseball athlete Dan Gugel is leading the Eastern Section of the Home Talent League in hitting. Gugel is 27-for-55 on the season for a .491 batting average, which is tied for the best average in the entire Home Talent League.

Gugel, Peetz atop batting leaders (courtesy The Capital Times)

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

New tennis coach profiled in his hometown paper

New Edgewood College women's tennis coach Ben Oestreich was the subject of a featured interview in the Portage Daily Register. Oestreich, a native of Portage and a graduate of Portage High School, talks about the new challenges in front of him as he takes over the Eagle tennis program.