College Highlights (March 31)

NEW Media Staff

UW-La Crosse

Oconto Falls High School graduate Tucker Bouche pitched two innings in two UW-La Crosse baseball games last week.

Bouche worked two scoreless frames in a 4-3 win over Hope on March 20. He struck out one batter and surrendered two hits.

Bouche tossed the final two innings in a 9-1 win over UW-Stout on March 26. He finished with three strikeouts and retired all six batters he faced.

Wisconsin Lutheran College

Pulaski graduate Connor Heezen was part of a No.3 doubles win in the Wisconsin Lutheran men’s tennis team’s dual win over Marian on March 26.

Heezen and playing partner Josh Hennen won 8-1 in their No. 3 doubles match.

UW-Eau Claire

Shawano graduate Jacob Lacy appeared in three games for the UW-Eau Claire baseball team last week.

Lacy singled in a 7-0 win over Bard on March 21. He tripled, walked, drove in two runs and scored twice in a 23-11 victory over Hobart on March 22.

Lacy doubled, stole a base and drove in a run in a loss to Kalamazoo on March 22.

Concordia University

Oconto Falls grad Katelyn Albrecht drew a walk in her lone plate appearance for the Concordia softball team in its 11-0 win over Ripon on March 24.

Albrecht played third base after her plate appearance.

UW-Stevens Point

Pulaski graduate Gabrielle DeCleene got at-bats in four UW-Stevens Point softball games last week.

DeCleene has now appeared in nine games this spring, with two doubles in 10 at-bats overall.

Colorado Mesa University

Pulaski grad Sadie Kelley tied for 10th place as an individual while golfing for the Colorado Mesa women’s team at the Pack Classic on March 19-20.

She fired a round of 75 on the first day of action before a 76 on day two. He score of plus-seven was just five shots back of the top finisher.

Bryant and Stratton College

Menominee Indian graduate Wendell Waukau Jr. had three at-bats in the Bryant and Stratton baseball team’s loss to McHenry County on March 24.

For the season, Waukau had delivered two hits in nine at-bats, and also walked twice.

College of Lake County

Menominee Indian grad Jamison Besaw pitched in the College of Lake County baseball team’s loss to DuPage on March 21.

Besaw was not able to record an out, surrendering four runs on three hits and a walk before DuPage reached the 10-run rule to end the contest.

UW-River Falls

Shawano graduate Jewel Waupekenay had another strong week at the plate for the UW-River Falls softball team.

Waupekenay drew two walks, drove in a run and scored twice in a win over North Park on March 25. She doubled, singled twice, scored once and drove in three runs in a second win over North Park that day.

The Shawano grad doubled twice and scored once in a loss to Loras on March 26.