Stormer’s Score Card July 11, 2019 Issues 61-1

Baseball wrap-up:

The baseball team wrapped up its season with the most wins it has had in almost 10 years. They finished with an overall record of 19-21-1.

Women’s volleyball tryouts:

Aug. 1 and 2, 4-6:30 p.m., Aug. 3, 10 a.m. -noon, Downtown Milwaukee Campus, main building gym.

Men’s Soccer Tryouts:

August 5 and 6, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the Oak Creek Campus.


Signed Campbellsport High School softball standout Adriana Dechant. She played second base for the team who placed second in WIAA Division 3 Wisconsin State Championships.


Men’s Basketball Coach Randy Casey named Junior College Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association.

Stormers Bryan Javier named 2019 Gold Glove winner by the American Baseball Coaches Association.

Sports quotes:

“Once you’ve had success, I think you can go one of two ways. You can either have that success and go downhill, or you can use it to build off of it and continue going upward.”
–Christian Yelich Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder


Athletes of the Week


Keyara Joy
Women’s basketball
Area of study: Sports Medicine





Keyara’s Experience at MATC:

“I’ve had a good experience at MATC. I’ve met new people. Before MATC I wasn’t much of a talkative person. I feel like college has made me more of an open person.”

Why basketball?

“I have been playing basketball since elementary school. I started when my big brothers were playing outside and they would not let me play with them. They kept telling me I could not play because I was a girl.” That only encouraged her more to play basketball.” So I stuck with it and played all throughout high school. I was MVP in high school at Golda Meir.”


Jacob “Jake” Miller
Men’s tennis
Area of Study: Environmental science



Jacob’s Experience at MATC:

“I took my water quality classes at the Mequon Campus and I can’t say enough good things about instructor Kathy Bates. She is super passionate about the program and a lot of people don’t know that the program just had their 50th anniversary. It’s such an important issue because everyone needs clean water.”

Why Tennis?

“I’m a lifelong tennis player. I’ve been playing since I was 3 years old. In high school at Shorewood, I got second place in Division II State doubles. I just love the sport. I play once a week, my family plays as well. So the first day of the semester I’m walking to my car and I see my old principal Rick Monroe and he has a tennis racket with him. We started talking and he said, ‘hey would you want to play tennis for us?’ It was such a coincidence that I had to do it and it has been an awesome experience.”

Sports trivia:

1. Which is the only team to play in every World Cup Soccer tournament?
2. In which year was the first Wimbledon tennis tournament held?
3. Who has won Wimbledon the most times?
4. Who was the first post-World War II European golfer to win three different majors?
5. When did the Brewers first start to play in Milwaukee?
6. Who was the Brewers’ first-season MVP winner?


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