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Lakeland football changes home field

Lakeland football changes home field

Emma Schad, Copy Editor

October 15, 2016

Due to field conditions, Lakeland University’s football team will play their final two home games of the season at Sheboygan North High School. Lakeland’s football field has become progressively worse with the heavy amounts of rain the area has received lately. During the homecoming game on Oct....

Alumni inducted into athletic hall of fame

Bob Zaininger, who graduated 1969, had his wife speak on his behalf due to a cancerous brain tumor. Zaininger was a four year starter on the offensive line for the Muskies, being named all district NAIA his senior year. He also wrestled for a year, going undefeated, and played baseball for two years.

Sam Martin, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2016

A few of Lakeland's most decorated Muskie athletes have been inducted into the university's hall of fame. Check out the gallery for details on each Muskie's legacy.

Women’s tennis finishes season

Mikayla Hilton, senior sports management major, uses an aggressive forehand to win the point.

Emma Schad, Copy Editor

October 10, 2016

On Saturday, Oct. 8, the Lakeland University women’s tennis team fell short during their last two matches of the season against Wisconsin Lutheran College and Milwaukee School of Engineering. Lakeland faced WLC for their first match of the day, losing 7-2. Carly Brault received a win at No....

Women’s volleyball digs up win

Women’s volleyball digs up win

Dezmen Morse, Sports Editor

October 7, 2016

The women’s volleyball team was back in action on Thursday as they traveled to Dominican University to face the number one team in the conference. The match started off slow for the Muskies, causing them to lose the first set, but they rallied together to grasp the second. However, the third set...

Jam-packed weekend for women’s tennis

Carly Brault, junior business administration major, gets ready to hit the ball back to her opponent.

Emma Schad, Copy Editor

October 5, 2016

On Saturday, Oct. 1, the Lakeland University women’s tennis team dropped their home dual against Dominican and Aurora University. Lakeland faced Dominican for their first match of the day, losing 7-2. Ann Schroeder earned herself a win at No. 2 singles 6-1, 6-3, while Emma Schad and Mikayla...

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