• HS Volleyball 10/27: Marquette 3, Escanaba 1
  • HS Volleyball 10/27: Gwinn 3, Bark River-Harris 2
  • HS Volleyball 10/27: Carney-Nadeau 3, North Central 0
  • HS Volleyball 10/27: Calumet 3, Hancock 0
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Friday October 30, 2020


NMU Unveils Hockey Schedule; Fan Decision TBA

The Northern Michigan University hockey program and Western Collegiate Hockey Association have announced their league schedule for the 2020-21 season. The Wildcats season will consist of 18 conference matchups as well as nine non-conference games against WCHA opponents. Click the above headline to see the detailed schedule.
NMU Swimmers Celebrate GLIAC Title; Hold Meet

The Northern Michigan University Swim & Dive teams hosted their annual Green and Gold Meet, and also celebrated the 2020 Women's Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship with a ring ceremony, Saturday. Click the above headline for details.
SPORTS BROADCASTS ON RRN STATIONS
Thursday October 29, 2020
6:30 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Eight-Man Playoffs. Carney-Nadeau Wolves vs Cedarville Trojans. From the Cedarville High School Field. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

6:45 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Eight Man Playoffs. Rapid River Rockets vs Rudyard Bulldogs. From the Rapid River High School. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3), WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600), and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com and www.rrnsports.com.

Friday October 30, 2020
5:30 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Division Seven District Playoffs. Manistique Emeralds vs Mancelona Ironmen. From Mancelona, Michigan. On WTIQ-AM (Maverick 1490) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

6:30 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Division Eight District Playoffs. Bark River-Harris Broncos vs Saint Ignace Saints. From the Bark River-Harris High School Field. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

6:45 PM - High School Football. Gladstone Braves vs Negaunee Miners. MHSAA Division 6 District Playoffs. From the Marble Athletic Field in Gladstone. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3), WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600), and on-line at www.rrnsports.com and www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

7:30 PM - NASCAR Racing. NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series 200-lap race. From the Martinsville Speedway in Rudgeway, Virginia. On WGKL-FM (Kool 105.5), WTIQ-AM (Maverick 1490), and WUPG-FM (Maverick 96.7).

Saturday October 31, 2020
11:00 AM - College Football. Michigan State University Spartans vs University of Michigan Wolverines. From Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. Kick-off is 12:00 Noon. Coverage begins at 11 a.m. on WZNL-FM (94.3 The Breeze in Iron Mountain).

12:30 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Eight Man Playoffs. North Central Jets vs Engadine Eagles. From the North Central High School in Powers. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

3:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. NASCAR XFinity Series. 250-lap race from Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia. On WGKL-FM (Kool 105.5), WTIQ-AM (Maverick 1490), and WUPG-FM (Maverick 96.7).

Sunday November 1, 2020
11:00 AM - NFL Football. Detroit Lions vs Indianapolis Colts. From Ford Field in Detroit. Kickoff is 1:00 ET. Coverage begins at 11 a.m. ET on WCMM-FM (102.5 Escanaba), WJPD-FM (92.3 Marquette), and WIMK-FM (93.1 Iron Mountain).

11:00 AM - NFL Football. Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings. From Lambeau Field in Green Bay. Kickoff is 1:00 ET. Coverage begins at 11 a.m. ET on WGLQ-FM (97.1 Escanaba) and WUPZ-FM (94.9 The Bay Marquette).

2:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. NASCAR Cup Series 500-lap race. Round of Eight Playoffs. From the Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia. On WGKL-FM (Kool 105.5), WUPG-FM (Maverick 96.7), and WTIQ-AM (Maverick 1490).

Monday November 2, 2020
7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "Fast Talk" from the Performance Racing Network. On WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600).

Tuesday November 3, 2020
7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "NASCAR Live". From the Motor Racing Network. On WGKL-FM (Kool 105.5).


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Wildcat Football Team Reacts To GLIAC Decision
The Northern Michigan University football team reacted Wednesday to the announcement that their season was being cancelled, with hopes that they might be able to salvage a season next spring. Click the above headline to read more, listen to interviews.
GLIAC Cancels Fall Sports; Hopes To Play In Spring
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference decided on Wednesday to cancel all fall sports, including football and volleyball, for the rest of 2020, with the hopes of playing those sports in the spring. This effects Northern Michigan, Michigan Tech, and Lake Superior State Universities. Click the above headline for details.
NCAA Division Two Fall Championships Cancelled
There will be no postseason championships for fall sports in NCAA Division Two, which Northern Michigan and Michigan Tech Universities compete in. Wednesday's announcement does not cancel regular season games. Click the above headline for more.
CCHA To Add St. Thomas University To Conference
The Central Collegiate Hockey Association Board of Directors has voted unanimously to welcome the University of St. Thomas as the league's eighth program beginning with the 2021-22 season. Click the above headline to read detals.
GLIAC Switches To Conference-Only Fall Schedule
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Council of Presidents voted to play a conference-only schedule during the Fall 2020 sports season and will evaluate the feasibility of league competition on a sport-by-sport basis. Click the above headline for details.

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  • Marquette Cruises To 3-1 Volleyball Win Over Escanaba

    Seiler Hruska had 22 kills, six aces, and six digs, and Maria Millado added 13 kills, seven blocks, four digs, three assists and two aces for Marquette. "Although we won in four sets, tonight somehow felt like a tighter match than last Thursday. Esky had made some adjustments and came at us pretty hard," Marquette Coach Ann Crandell-Williams said. "Our team’s mental game was a bit more of a struggle tonight. Volleyball is a game of mistakes and tolerating the ups and downs, and they managed to pull through in the end. I think the hard work they’ve put in really helped with that."