Romund registered three goals and a pair of assists in leading the Hockey team to a key weekend sweep of Concordia Wisconsin on the ice. He scored a goal and assisted on two others in a 4-3 Friday before netting two goals in a 5-3 win on the road. Romund has now lit the lamp in four-straight games and has pulled into a tie for the team lead with eight goals and 15 points this season.
Kirmse averaged 25.0 points per game on 68 percent shooting to lead the Men's Basketball team to a pair of wins. He also surpassed 1,000 career points on Saturday in his 73rd career game. He's the 16th player in school history to reach the mark and the seventh to do it as a junior. He scored 24 points against Rockford with six rebounds and three assists midweek. Then, at Edgewood Saturday, he finished with 26 points and four boards.
Krisik led the Men's Volleyball team to a 3-1 record at the season-opening Jim Coleman Invitational, including wins over No. 9 UC Santa Cruz and No. 12 Marymount. He flirted with triple-doubles in each of the first two matches before registering his second career triple-double, and third in program history, against Marymount. Against the Saints, he finished with 11 kills (.444 hit%), 37 assists, 13 digs, and four aces. He had eight kills, 41 assists, and 10 digs against UCSC, then finished with six kills, 52 assists, and 14 digs vs. Mount St. Joseph. For the weekend, Krisik averaged 9.13 assists, 2.75 digs, and 1.69 kills per set while hitting .298 and notching 11 service aces.
Herzog sparked Men's Basketball to two more wins last week, extending the team's winning streak to eight-straight games. He scored 17 points on shot 7-of-8 and 3-for-4 on three's at Wisconsin Lutheran Wednesday in just 15 minutes. MSOE was able to avenge its only loss of the season. He had another 12 points against Lakeland Saturday, hitting 5-of-8 from the field including several key baskets down the stretch.
Boynton made 31 saves to post his first collegiate shutout for the Hockey team last Thursday at #13/15 Marian. It was his third win of the season with at least 30 saves this season and the second time he anchored a victory over a nationally-ranked team after the Raiders defeated No. 1 St. Norbert Nov. 3.
Kearns scored two goals for the Hockey team in their return to the ice this past Saturday against Babson. After the Beavers took an early lead, he quickly struck for the equalizer. Then, he put the Raiders ahead with his second goal of the afternoon, 2-1.
Palesse led the Men's Basketball team to a thrilling 96-84 win at Lakeland last Saturday in a showdown of two of the three teams tied for first place in the NACC standings. He scored 24 points to go with seven assists and three steals as the Raiders overcame a 13-point first-half deficit. MSOE outscored the Muskies 54-34 in the second half. Palesse shot 7-of-9 from the field and tied a school record with a 10-for-10 clip at the free throw line.
Kirmse led the Men's Basketball team to a pair of decisive victories last week to run its record to 9-1 this season. He scored 25.0 points per game on 63.3 percent shooting from the field and 56.3 percent from three-point range. He also grabbed 4.5 rebounds per game. In a 91-67 win over Maranatha, he tallied 22 points with four 3-pointers and six rebounds in just 21 minutes of action. Then, the Raiders dismantled Aurora 116-85 on the road behind a 28-point effort from Kirmse. He knocked down five more three-pointers in the game.
Matticks took first place at 174 pounds at the North Central Invitational last weekend. He racked up three falls in his wake on the way to the first-place match before grinding out a one-point win. His matches got progressively shorter as he opened with a win in 5:25 before pinning his next opponent in 5:00. He then punched his ticket for the title bout with a fall in 3:30. Once there, he scored a 3-2 win.
Spanbauer led the Women's Basketball team to its fourth-straight win to start the season, a 62-50 victory at Marian last Saturday. She went 4-for-6 from three-point range on her way to a game-high 18 points. She also blocked a pair of shots on defense.
Kirmse led the Men's Basketball team to a pair of road wins last weekend, culminating with a win over defending Midwest Conference Champion Monmouth Sunday. He averaged 19.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 3.0 steals over the two games, shooting 53.3 percent (8-for-15) from three-point range. Against the Fighting Scots Sunday, he knocked down five 3-pointers on the way to a game-high 24 points, adding six rebounds and four steals in the win. Kirmse also had 15 points at Knox on Saturday.
Kirmse went off for 27 points at Lawrence Saturday, leading the Men's Basketball team to a 19-point win over the Vikings. He shot 11-of-16 from the field, including four 3-pointers. He also pulled down six rebounds in the game.
Spanbauer propelled the Women's Basketball team to a 58-56 win in its season-opener Saturday. She had 15 points and six steals in the game but, more importantly, hit the go-ahead free throws with 4.7 seconds remaining in regulation. Then, she blocked the Pioneer's attempt at a go-ahead basket just ahead of the final buzzer.
Ostrowski scored the game-winning goal Saturday in the Hockey team's in a 3-2 upset of #1 St. Norbert. He pounced on a weak clearance, spun, and beat the goalie top shelf for the Raiders first win of the season.
The trio earned All-NACC status on their way to leading the Men's Cross Country team to second place at the NACC Championships last weekend. The group finished consecutively in sixth, seventh, and eighth places in a historic race for the Raiders. Kozinski led the way with a time of 25:49.7, just ahead of Lambrecht in 25:54.0 and Bostwick with a time of 25:56.7. Prior to the race, there had been just six runners to crack the 26-minute mark for an 8000m race. Saturday marked the first time three players had eclipsed the time in one race while Kozinski and Lambrecht are the first freshmen to achieve the feat.
Marchionna picked the right time for his first collegiate shutout, leading men's soccer to a 1-0 victory over Aurora Saturday to clinch a NACC regular season title. Facing the second-place Spartans, he made eight saves in the match in a 2-0 Raider victory. He also stopped five shots Wednesday at Concordia Wisconsin, allowing just one goal. For the week, he stopped 13-of-14 shots on goal for a .929 save percentage and posted a 0.50 GAA.
Ruark was golden for the Women’s Soccer team this week, netting game-winners in overtime in a pair of road games. She struck for the game’s lone goal in the second minute of overtime at Concordia Chicago Wednesday. Then, Saturday, she was the deciding factor in the second overtime of a 1-0 win at Benedictine.
Schauer helped Men's Soccer extend its winning streak to 10 games with a pair of games last week. He scored four goals in two games, including a pair of game-winners. On Wednesday, the Milwaukee native tallied a hat trick in a 5-1 win over Marian. Then, he notched the game-winner at Wisconsin Lutheran Saturday.