Jonathan Lucroy Becoming the New Face of the Milwaukee Brewers

Thanks to his breakout 2014 season, Jonathan Lucroy is quickly supplanting Ryan Braun as the face of the Milwaukee Brewers franchise.

Packers Trade DL Jerel Worthy To Patriots

After a disappointing two seasons in Green Bay, the Packers have traded defensive lineman Jerel Worthy to the New England Patriots.

Robin Williams: A Sports Tribute

Legendary comedian and actor Robin Williams died Monday as a result of an apparent suicide at the age of 63. While his publicist didn’t confirm the reports of his death being a suicide, she did state that he had recently been “battling severe depression.”

Mid-Major Spotlight: Jon Coffman and the IPFW Mastodons

Ever since making the move from Division II to Division I back in 2001, the IPFW Mastodons have been making steady progress as a program. Now, with Jon Coffman at the helm, the Mastodons are hoping they can break through and get to the first NCAA Tournament in program history.

2014 Milwaukee Brewers: Top 10 Wins of the First Half

The first half of the 2014 season has been quite eventful for the Milwaukee Brewers, as they’ve done everything from scoring three runs on a wild pitch to literally hitting the cover off of a baseball. Through it all, they’ve been one of the biggest surprises in the MLB, boasting a 53-43 record and a one-game lead in the NL Central entering the All-Star break.

Ángel Cabrera Wins First Non-Major PGA Tour Event

Ángel Cabrera’s PGA Tour career has been something of a statistical anomaly.

Tim Howard Saves His Best For (Possibly) Last

In what was potentially his final game with the U.S. men’s national team, Tim Howard had the best performance of his illustrious career.

Tim Corbin Brings National Title, Relevance to Vanderbilt

If you had said that Vanderbilt could become one of the country’s elite college baseball programs when Tim Corbin was hired as its new head coach in 2003, you would’ve been considered overly optimistic at best and delusional at worst.

Sun Prairie Baseball Completes Historic Three-Peat

Rob Hamilton and the Sun Prairie Cardinals made history by defeating Kimberly to win their third consecutive state championship on Thursday night.

The San Antonio Spurs: An Ode to a Dynasty

Throughout the history of sports, there have been a select number of franchises that have sustained success over a long enough period of time to be considered a dynasty. And Sunday night in San Antonio, we witnessed a truly unique dynasty add another championship to its historic legacy when it dethroned the two-time defending champion Miami Heat.

Los Angeles Kings Complete Historic Playoff Run

When Patrick Marleau netted an overtime winner in the first round of the NHL playoffs to put the San Jose Sharks up 3-0 in their series with Los Angeles, very few still envisioned the Kings hoisting their second Stanley Cup in three years.

Kings-Blackhawks Series Was One to Remember

Too often in sports, people, myself included, will get caught up in the moment of a great game, series, or performance and declare it as “epic” or “legendary,” even if it really didn’t quite live up to such a billing.

However, the Western Conference Finals between the Los Angeles Kings and Chicago Blackhawks was one of the best series in recent memory, not just in the NHL, but in all of sports.

Minnesota Wild head coach Mike Yeo has earned his contract extension

Mike Yeo is the right man to lead the Minnesota Wild in their quest for a Stanley Cup, at least in the minds of the franchise’s front office. On Saturday afternoon Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher announced that Yeo has agreed to a three-year contract extension that’s believed to be worth around $3 million.

UW-Whitewater Completes Historic Triple Crown Sweep

The UW-Whitewater Warhawks accomplished something Monday never before seen in the history of collegiate sports.

With their 7-0 win over the Emory Eagles in the championship game of the NCAA Division III College World Series, the Warhawks completed a historic triple crown sweep in men’s sports, becoming the first school in NCAA history at any level to win the national championships in football, basketball, and baseball in the same academic year.

Legendary Wisconsin Prep Coach Bob Letsch Reinstated

After controversially being fired by school administrators last week, the St. Catherine’s school board reinstated Bob Letsch as head basketball coach Tuesday.