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2013-14 athletics highlights

UW-Eau Claire athletic director Dan Schumacher

The 2013-14 season saw many accomplishments from the Blugolds but also marked a time of change. The Blugolds finished the year in 22nd place out of more than 430 NCAA Division III schools in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup, which measures success based on NCAA finishes. Men’s indoor track & field captured the highest national  > Full story.

2013-14 fall and winter sports wrap-up

UW-Eau Claire men's track & field NCAA Division III second place

The 2013-14 fall and winter seasons of UW-Eau Claire athletics were highlighted by a number of accomplishments and impressive finishes. The men’s indoor track & field team took second place at the NCAA Division III championship, tying its best finish in program history. In addition, the Blugolds earned 19 All-American awards, two teams captured Wisconsin  > Full story.

2012-13 sports wrap-up

UWEC men's outdoor track and field team

In the classroom, in the community and on the playing field, UW-Eau Claire’s athletics program had an exceptional 2012-13 season. Athletically, the Blugolds finished 14th out of more than 430 NCAA Division III schools in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup, which measures success based on NCAA finishes. The men’s hockey team highlighted the year with  > Full story.

2012-13 winter sports wrap-up

UW-Eau Claire wrestler Nathanial Behnke

The 2012-13 winter sports season at UW-Eau Claire was one for the books. Coming into the season, the men’s hockey team had never even won a conference title but ended the 2012-13 season in Lake Placid, N.Y., capturing the 2013 NCAA Division III championship, the team’s first NCAA title and second national title in history.  > Full story.

Another successful season

Tyler Genovese indoor track event

The Blugold athletics program had another successful season last year. In the 2011-12 NCAA Division III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings, which measures the success of programs from around the country based on performance at national championships, the Blugolds finished in 15th place out of more than 430 institutions. It was the sixth year in  > Full story.

Strong 2010-11 season

Thomas Breitbach

The Blugolds had a strong 2010-11 season, finishing in 14th place out of more than 430 schools in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, an award based on finishes at NCAA national championships. Throughout the year, 13 of the Blugolds’ 22 teams were represented at national championships. Women’s cross country had the best finish of  > Full story.

2010-11 fall and winter sports

Blugold Open

The Blugold athletics program has done well this season. In the initial NCAA Division III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, which measure the success of programs from around the country, the Blugolds are in 28th place out of more than 430 institutions. So far this year, the women’s cross country team leads the athletics program  > Full story.

Strong 2009-10 season

ncaatf day two

The Blugold athletics program had an exceptional season during 2009-10. Out of more than 430 schools in NCAA Division III, the Blugolds finished 16th in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings. In addition to its success in sports, the program won a national community service award, and the group of more than 500 student-athletes combined  > Full story.

2009-10 fall and winter sports

NCAACC

The Blugold athletics program has had an exceptional year so far. After the fall season, the Blugolds were in 13th place out of more than 450 NCAA Division III schools in the country, according to the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings. The Blugolds also won a Jostens/National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators Community Service  > Full story.

Strong 2008-09 season

Sam Johnson

The 2008-09 athletics season was one of the most successful in UW-Eau Claire’s history as the Blugolds finished 12th out of more than 420 NCAA Division III schools in the country. The 581 Blugold athletes also garnered a program-best cumulative grade-point average of 3.11. Two athletes earned NCAA Division III national titles in track and  > Full story.