For the first time in the Don Mulhern coaching era at UW-Superior, the Yellowjacket women’s basketball team in nationally ranked. Yep, #25.

This is Mulherns’ 7th year at UWS and 25th year as a basketball coach.

The Yellowjackets are 15-3 overall this year and 7-2 in league play and find themselves in the 25th spot in the D3hoops poll.

Sophomore guard, Sally Linzmeier says more wins are coming this year.  She said, “Most definitely and we look forward to keep going looking for home playoff games and that conference championship.”  She is a native of Valders, Wisconsin and is the teams leading scorer with 17 points per game.  She also averages 6 rebounds per contest for UWS.

Linzmeier played high school football into the 9th grade and doesn’t shy away from contact on the basketball floor as well.  She said, “We have a different chemistry this year compared to last year more of a pushing and a run and gun flow I would say, because we like to use the four guards and the post and like to run.”

They are also in 1st place in the WIAC heading into their road game Wednesday in Eau Claire.  The Yellowjackets beat the Bluegolds earlier this year at Mertz Mortorelli Gym 73-65.  The UWS men will host Eau Claire Wednesday night at 7pm in Superior.

Last week the team made history by earning their 14th win the most in a single season in school history by beating River Falls.

The UWS women have won five in a row and five of the last seven games are on the road.  The Jackets are a perfect 8-0 at home this year.

In other college hoops:

A low scoring defensive men’s college basketball game in Madison on Tuesday night.

The 13th ranked Michigan State Spartans had a tough road game at the Kohl Center, the Badgers led 28-27 at halftime.

Michigan State won 49-47.  Spartans Keith Appling had 19 points and 6 rebounds.  The Badgers only had one player in double-figures and that was Mike Brusewitz with 10 points and 7 rebounds.

In the NBA last night, the Milwaukee Bucks topped Philadelphia 110-102. Ersan Ilyasova had 27 points and 16 rebounds and Brandon Jennings added 25 points and 7 assists and 3 assists in the winning effort.

Duluth Clydesdales looking for a league.

In Junior Hockey Tuesday night, the Superior International Board of Governors has voted to revoke the membership of the Duluth Clydesdales hockey team.

The league cited several factors including Duluth consistent inability to field enough skaters to play games.

General Manager Butch Williams on Tuesday night promised an appeal of the decision.

Wild fall for first time.

The Minnesota Wild started the year 2-0 and played their third straight home game on Tuesday night and jumped out to a 1-0, but Nashville answered with three straight goals to beat the Wild 3-1.

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