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Sunday April 5, 2020


Former NMU Coach Rick Comley Gets Big Honor

Former Wildcat hockey head coach Rick Comley was named the 2020 recipient of the Hobey Baker Legend of College Hockey award as announced by the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Foundation. Click the above headline for details.
THE LONGEST NIGHT: Wildcats Lose In Triple OT

The Northern Michigan University hockey team battled the Michigan Tech Huskies for more than 104 minute of playing time Saturday night, but fell to the Huskies, 4-3, in triple overtime, at the Berry Events Center. The loss eliminated the Wildcats from the WCHA tournament, and ended the team's 2019-2020 season. Click the above headline for details.
SPORTS BROADCASTS ON RRN STATIONS
Monday April 6, 2020
7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "Fast Talk" from the Performance Racing Network. On WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600).

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


LATEST ARTICLES
NMU Women Fall To Parkside In GLIAC Quarters
he 2019-20 season came to a close for the Northern Michigan University women's basketball team as the fifth-seeded Wildcats fell to fourth-seeded Parkside in the GLIAC Quarterfinals, 80-67, Tuesday night, in Kenosha. Click the above headline for details.
Michigan Tech Women Eliminated By Grand Valley
The Michigan Tech women's basketball team saw the 2019-20 season come to a close Tuesday night, falling at Grand Valley State 65-34 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Quarterfinals. Click the above headline to read details.
DOING THE SPLITS: 'Cats Get Revenge On Huskies
The Northern Michigan University hockey team scored a late goal Saturday night and beat the Michigan Tech Huskies, 3-2, in Houghton. Tech won Friday's game in Marquette, 8-4. The split gives NMU the third seed in the WCHA Playoffs, and Tech will be coming to Marquette next weekend. Click the above headline for details on both games.
RAINING TRIPLES: Michigan Tech Rolls Past 'Cats
The Michigan Tech University men's basketball team made 18 of 20 three-point attempts and rolled past the Northern Michigan University Wildcats, 91-61, Thursday night in Marquette. Both teams qualified for the GLIAC Tournament after all of the games were completed in the league. Click the above headline for details from both teams.
Michigan Tech Hangs On To Beat Wildcat Women
The Michigan Tech University women's basketball team eeked out a 51-48 win over the Northern Michigan University Wildcats Thursday night in Marquette. Both teams qualified for the GLIAC Tournament. Click the above headline to read details.

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U.P. SPORTS BRIEFS
  • Michigan Tech Gives Out Nordic Ski Team Awards
    Michigan Tech Nordic ski coach Tom Monahan Smith recognized eight Huskies with annual team awards. Sarah Goble and Reid Goble received the Most Outstanding Skier Award. Monahan Smith and his staff were also named the Central Region Coaching Staff of the Year on the women's side. The Huskies sent a full team to the NCAA Championships for the first time in school history in 2019-20. The women's team also captured the US Cross Country Ski Championships College Cup on its home course in January.
  • California Softball Player Commits To Finlandia U.

    Melanie Torres of Chino Hills, Calif. has committed to play for the Finlandia University softball team. Torres had driven in 11 runs and was hitting .460 this season for East Los Angeles Junior College before the season was cancelled.  She drove in 21 runs and batted .421 and made the All-South Coast Conference North Division second team in 2019 for the Huskies.  Torres hit .472 and won the Silver Slugger Award as a senior at Chino Hills High School.