UW Fox Valley Women's Basketball
The women's Basketball team plays scheduled games in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference from November to February of each year. State tournament is played during the month of February in the Dells. The team competes against other University of Wisconsin Colleges including Fond du Lac, Fox Valley, Manitowoc, Marathon, Marinette, Marshfield, Richland, Rock, and Waukesha.
Practice is held Monday through Friday with times varied.. The season officially begins in October.
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The UWFOX women’s basketball team earned the #3 seed in the 2015 Wisconsin Collegiate Conference (WCC) tournament. They will host #6 seed UW-Rock on Saturday February 14th at 2pm. The winner will advance to the WCC semi-finals hosted by JustAGame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells on Saturday February 21st.
The UWFOX women have completed their regular season with a 10-9 overall record, 10-5 in conference play. After losing tough non-conference contests to very good programs from Gogebic Community College and Joliet Junior College, the Cyclone women ran off 5 straight conference wins.
In that stretch they defeated UW-Marshfield (52-41), league leading UW-Marinette (66-57) on the road, UW-Waukesha (78-48), UW-Rock (68-50), and UW-Marathon (73-59). Despite a setback on the road at UW-Fond du Lac (57-61) last Monday, the Cyclone women have played with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. They will look to carry that momentum into WCC Tournament play.
The UWFOX women will host a quarterfinal game next Saturday afternoon. The opponent and time are yet to be determined.
11/10/2014 - Cyclones Defeat UW-Washington
The UW-Fox Valley women’s basketball team improved their record to 2-0 by defeating UW-Washington 71-50 on Monday night. Sophomore Jess Runge had a career night for the Cyclones scoring 32 points, recording 5 assists, and tallying a game high 4 steals. Sophomore Caroline Birnhak also finished in double figures with 12 points, while freshman Alexis Gullickson finished with 10 points and 4 assists to pace UW-Fox.
The Cyclones jumped out to a 41-21 halftime lead and never looked back. UW-Fox shot 41% from the field for the game, and had a season low 7 turnovers. On defense the Cyclones forced UW-Washington into 26 turnovers for the game.
The Cyclones will travel to UW-Waukesha on Wednesday night for a 5:30pm tip-off against the Cougars.