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Forecast calls for a high chance of ‘Stormers’

by Joshua Sarnowski
September 26, 2012
Filed under Sports

Summer is ending, the fall weather is creeping in, and school has officially kicked off. All these signs also let one know something even more exciting has arrived: the start of the MATC Stormers men's soccer season. Stormers' soccer started their season off with a conference win against Madison Colleg...

Women’s volleyball still looking for first win

by Sara Willette
September 26, 2012
Filed under Sports

When it comes to sports, people do it for a reason. Some people do it to get noticed, others do it for colleges, and some do it because it's part of their life.  Playing a sport isn't as easy as it looks to people, but to some, it doesn't look too hard.  On September 13, the women's volleyba...

Women’s volleyball set for season

by Wendi Coon
September 10, 2012
Filed under Sports

  August 28 was the women's volleyball team's season opener. Our Stormers are a small group of freshmen with varying levels of experience, but they are all dedicated and ambitious. The women showed great teamwork as they battled against Joliet Junior College Wolves.  Unfortunately, the women s...

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July 19, 2012
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MATC Stormer baseball wrap up

by Maurice J. Lee, Times Sports Editor
July 1, 2012
Filed under Sports

  The Stormers ended their season with an overall 26-26 record and a 6-6 conference record. Coach Frank Cimorelli, of the MATC Stormers Baseball team, said, "The 26 wins were most in the team's history. The 6 conference wins were tied for third place in conference Championship." MATC Stormers', Outfielder, Bobby Wi...

Stormers lose big and small

by Mike Mixdorf, Oak Creek Editor and Eric Sprecher, Times Staff Reporter
May 21, 2012
Filed under Baseball, Sports

The Stormers played host to a doubleheader against the Prairie State Pioneers on Thursday, April 26 but lost in two games that could not have been more different. Game one was about as ugly as they get. The Pioneers scored six runs each in the second and fifth innings, whereas the Stormers were onl...

Stormers’ baseball squeak out a victory

by by Mike Mixdorf, Oak Creek Editor and Eric Sprecher, Times Staff Reporter
April 30, 2012
Filed under Sports

  Playing host to the Waubonsee Chiefs, the Stormers split a doubleheader against them on Thursday, April 12. Game one of the doubleheader got off to an exciting start as Waubonsee's shortstop Harry Vickers hit a lead off home run.  The Stormers responded in the bottom of the first when shortstop Brando...

Casey awarded Region IV Coach of the Year

by Maurice J. Lee, Times Managing Editor
April 3, 2012
Filed under Sports

Randy Casey is Coordinator of Athletics, and the Head Coach of the MATC Stormers Men's Basketball Team. He is the first coach in MATC history to win a Regional Championship and to go to a National Tournament Championship. Casey is Region IV Coach of the Year. Before Casey was a coach, he played on ...

Men’s Stormers go National

Men’s Stormers go National

by Maurice J. Lee, Times Managing Editor
March 22, 2012
Filed under Sports

Coach Randy Casey of the MATC Stormers said, "This is the first time MATC's, Men's Basketball, team has been to a National Tournament. I told the guys, 'Records can be broken, and a trip to the National Tournament can never be taken away,' the guys came together to make this victory." The Region IV Pla...

Tough season finally ends

by Kenneth Utsey
March 22, 2012
Filed under Sports

The Women's Stormers Team wrapped up their season with a record of (1-22), conference record  (0-8). Coach Murrell said, "We had a trying season, the girls played to the best of their ...

‘Thunder Pants’ helps her team score a big win

by Nicholas Patrinos, Downtown Campus Editor
February 25, 2012
Filed under Sports

Anna Wilson doesn't let much get past her, especially in roller derby. Wilson, 25, an MATC Television Production student, is also known as ‘Thunder Pants' by her all female teammates the Maiden Milwaukee. Originally from Neenah, WI, Wilson, is a tall, lean and serious roller derby player in the rink. Outside of t...

Stormers continue their fight for top seed position

Stormers continue their fight for top seed position

by Maurice J. Lee, Times Managing Editor
February 25, 2012
Filed under Sports

"Everyone makes the N4C Tournament, we are playing for seeding. We are the two seed," said Coach Randy Casey of the Stormers. The team lost three straight. February 4 against Madison College (64-71), February 8 against Harper College (52-76) and against Triton College (75-81), which then turned their...

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