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Women struggle with less players, but still play hard

Women struggle with less players, but still play hard

by Kirsten Schmitt, Times Editor-in-Chief

February 11, 2016

The women’s basketball team currently has three players benched due to ineligibility. This leaves the team shorthanded with only nine players. To participate in athletics at MATC, students must maintain a minimum of 12 credits and pass with at least a 2.0 GPA each semester, according to the National J...

Men hold onto victory against Wolves

Men hold onto victory against Wolves

by Keith Schubert, Times Staff Reporter

February 11, 2016

On Wednesday, Jan. 27, the MATC Stormers (17-4) took on the Joliet Junior College Wolves (16-5). The Stormers got off to a strong start in the first half with much contribution from Austin Dunbar, as he managed to get to the basket with very little resistance. At halftime he had scored 12 points and...

Stormers dominate the court

Stormers dominate the court

by Keith Schubert, Times Staff Reporter

December 8, 2015

The MATC Stormers came out strong in their game against the UW-Waukesha Cougars on Monday, Nov. 16, much attributed to Nathan Melchior’s hot shooting from downtown. Melchior knocked down two 3-pointers in the first five minutes of the game and led the team in scoring at the end of the first half wit...

Game, set, match

by Wendi Coon, Times Managing Editor

November 18, 2015

Women’s volleyball team makes it to Region IV quarterfinals The lady Stormers of volleyball finished their season with a loss to the Harper College Hawks in three sets (8-25, 10-25, 12-25) in the Region IV quarterfinals in Palatine, Ill. on Oct. 26. Their regular season was challenging, with an ending stat of f...

It’s a wrap

It’s a wrap

by Wendi Coon, Times Managing Editor

November 4, 2015

As the days get shorter and cooler, it is time to say goodbye to another season of soccer. The men have struggled all season to win a game; their best chance was Sept. 25, against UW-Waukesha, but UW-Waukesha held on to win 4-2. Stormers end their regular season with a crushing 0-13 record; coaching staf...

Ready for the Regionals

Ready for the Regionals

by Wendi Coon, Times Managing Edtior

November 4, 2015

The first time Stormers met up with the Malcolm X College Hawks was on Sept. 15 in Chicago. The Hawks lead after two games but the Stormers rallied in the third game, winning 27-25. Stormers continued their winning streak by scoring 25-19 in the fourth game and made short order of the fifth game with a s...

Looking for a win

Looking for a win

by Wendi Coon, Times Managing Editor

September 30, 2015

The men’s soccer team played the Harper College Hawks on Wednesday, Sept. 16.  The first half of the game was evenly matched with Harper College scoring only one goal, but the second half was dominated by the Hawks, who had 16 shots on goal compared to the Stormers two shots on goal. One highlig...

Bockhop, Pauls set to lead Stormers into 2015 women’s volleyball season

by Wendi Coon, Managing Editor

September 16, 2015

Milwaukee Area Technical College is very excited to add Brooke Pauls and Kayla Bockhop to the volleyball program for the 2015 season. Pauls comes to Milwaukee from Indian Trail High School, located in Kenosha, Wis. During her time at Indian Trail, she played varsity volleyball for two seasons. She also...

Two Stormers make All-Conference, All-Region Teams

by Wendi Coon, Times Editor

July 2, 2015

Congratulations to Alex Wurm and David Stevens for being named Second Team All-Region (NJCAA Region IV), and receiving North Central Community College Conference (N4C) honors. Sophomore shortstop Alex Wurm started in all 45 games this season and led the team in batting average (.371), hits (56), runs...

Baseball player profile

Baseball player profile

July 2, 2015

Lucas Keller 1. How did you hear about the team and how did you get on the team? I was contacted by the head coach of the team, Frank Cimorelli, and the assistant coach came to see one of my games in high school.  I then visited the school and decided to come here. 2. When did you start playing the...

Jeremy Williams Profile

Jeremy Williams Profile

by Wendi Coon, Times Sports Editor

May 11, 2015

1. How did you hear about the team and how did you get on the team? I heard about it from an assistant coach on my high school team. I came to practice. 2. What position do you play? Shortstop. 3. Program/graduation plans? Liberal arts. Transferring to a four-year to complete a sports management...

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