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NFL blames low ratings on elections

NFL blames low ratings on elections

by Keith Schubert, Times Sports Editor

October 18, 2016

In 2015, the National Football League (NFL) put up some of the best ratings they have ever seen and reportedly profited $12 billion and expected revenue to increase this year, but so far that’s not how things are playing out.  NFL profits depend on advertising and viewership, and this year NFL viewersh...

Tough season for soccer and volleyball teams

Jannette Gonzalez knows best when it’s time to defend, and she does it well, clearing the ball as it comes to the defensive line.

by Keith Schubert, Times Sports Editor

October 7, 2016

The week of Sept. 19 was  tough across the board for MATC sports. The men’s and women’s soccer teams and the women’s volleyball team were unable to notch their first win of the season. The men’s soccer team matched up against Joliet Junior College on Sept. 21 and suffered a crippling 0-6 los...

Bucks sign Beasley to fill Middleton absence

Bucks sign Beasley to fill Middleton absence

by Keith Schubert, Times Sports Editor

October 7, 2016

Several weeks ago Bucks fans everywhere got the devastating news that starting guard Khris Middleton will be missing six months of the regular season, due to a torn hamstring suffered in preseason workouts. Middleton, who was labeled the most “underrated player in the NBA” a year ago, is a key par...

Stormers Mens soccer woes continue

On Friday Sept. 9, MATC Stormers Men’s Soccer went up against Madison College at the Oak Creek Campus. Dispite a valent effort, the Stormers lost with a score of 0-9 to Madison College. Defender, Shengyin Vang went his way to block a pass being made from the opposing team to prevent another goal being scored against MATC in the second half of the game.

by Keith Schubert, Times Sports Editor

September 21, 2016

The MATC Men’s Soccer team faced up against Madison College on Friday Sept. 9 in what turned out to be a losing effort for the Stormers as they were defeated easily losing 9-0. Going into halftime the Stormers were down 3-0 but were still hopeful that they could make a comeback in the second half....

Austin Dunbar a success on and off the court

September 21, 2016

Austin Dunbar a recent Liberal Arts graduate, showed the ability to maintain a 3.0 GPA and has be a proven threat on the basketball court, shooting nearly 60% from the field and over 45% from beyond the three point line, something not even Steph Curry has shown he can do. Because of his outstanding e...

Any Given Column- An Introduction

by Keith Schubert, Times Sports Editor

September 21, 2016

Hello readers, my name is Keith Schubert, Sports Editor, and this is the first edition of my new column ‘Any Given Column’. To get started, I just want to tell you a little about my past, my thoughts, and what to expect out of this column. I grew up just a few short miles from MATC Downtown Milwau...

Basketball star Thomas Hood dribbles on

Thomas Hood, MATC men’s basketball standout, received a scholarship to keep playing basketball at Davenport University in Michigan.

by Keith Schubert, Times Sports Editor

July 8, 2016

Thomas Hood, MATC men’s basketball standout, received a scholarship to keep playing basketball at Davenport University in Michigan. Hood has been a star on and off the court. On the court, Hood played 24 games for the Stormers in which he averaged 12 points per game, five rebounds and nearly 1.5 as...

Bucks make waves with draft pick

by Keith Schubert, Times Sports Editor

July 8, 2016

In the 2016 NBA draft, with the 10th overall pick the Milwaukee Bucks shocked the NBA community by selecting Thon Maker, a 7-ft. forward/center from the South Sudan.  In a press conference, Bucks general manager John Hammond emphasized Maker’s character, stating: “You’re always concerned if you can p...

MATC offers variety of student athlete options

by Keith Schubert, Times Sports Editor

July 8, 2016

MATC’s ever growing and improving sports department is offering a variety of sports for students to get involved in. MATC will offer multiple sports for both men and women as always; all students are encouraged to try out for any sports they may be interested in.  The minimum requirements to partic...

Wrapped up in sports

John Larson, right, examines Thomas Hood Jr. after he sustained an injury.

by Kirsten Schmitt, Times Editor-in-Chief

May 11, 2016

Athletic trainers are people who help prevent injuries. They are certified health care professionals who practice sports medicine. John Larson is the athletic trainer at MATC and has been for four years. He’s been an athletic trainer for 32 years. Before coming to MATC, Larson trained at Nicolet High School ...

Stormers fall in doubleheader

by Keith Schubert, Times Staff Reporter

May 11, 2016

On April 30, MATC men’s baseball team played a doubleheader against Waubonsee.  The Stormers came into the doubleheader with a 7-27 record. Waubonsee, who is at the top of their division, came in with a record of 30-16. The first game Waubonsee won 10-2. Waubonsee scored 10 runs on 17 hits and the...

Stormers split doubleheader with Joliet Wolves

by Keith Schubert, Times Staff Reporter

April 29, 2016

The MATC men’s baseball team played a doubleheader on Saturday, April 16 against the Joliet Wolves they were able to win the first game 8-7 , but lost the second game 1-18. Their overall record so far is four wins and 18 losses, with only two conference wins under their belt. The silver lining of...

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