College Round-up: Highlights on local athletes
By Hub City Times staff
MARSHFIELD – A number of area students are participating in college athletics.
At the UW-La Crosse Twilight track and field meet April 24, Ashley Holubets of Marshfield finished in first place in the 400 hurdles for La Crosse, while Spencer’s Rachel Zastrow took second place in the pole vault for the Eagles. On the men’s side, Eli Temanson of Stratford took first in the pole vault for La Crosse, which took first place in both the men’s and women’s competition.
In college softball April 25, UW-River Falls split a doubleheader with UW-Oshkosh, winning game one, 8-4. Marshfield’s Lexi Dupee went 3-for-4, with three singles and an RBI for River Falls. Oshkosh won game two, 10-2. Dupee did not play in that contest.
In college baseball, also played April 25, UW-Stout won both games of a doubleheader with UW-Stevens Point, winning game one, 5-2, at the Woodside complex in Mauston. Jack Donahue of Marshfield was the winning pitcher for Stout. He went eight and one-third innings, gave up one earned run and eight hits, while walking three and striking out three.
Viterbo lost to Clarke of Iowa 12-10. Billy Young of Marshfield pitched one and a third inning for Viterbo, giving up two earned runs and three hits, while walking one and striking out two.
Iowa beat UW-Milwaukee, 12-4. Marshfield’s Trevor Schwecke had a two-run home run for the Panthers. The following day, April 26, the Panthers beat the Milwaukee School of Engineering 5-2. Trevor had a single and a run scored. Schwecke is batting .307 for Milwaukee this season.
Also on April 25, UW-Platteville lost both games of a doubleheader with UW-La Crosse. The Eagles won game one 16-2. Spencer’s Mitch Susa had a single and an RBI for the Pioneers. La Crosse won the second game, 12-11. Susa went 2-for-3 with two singles, two walks, a sacrifice fly, an RBI, and three runs scored. Susa is batting .269 for UW-Platteville this season.
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