Hall played an important role on defense this weekend as the Blugolds beat UW-La Crosse 31-21. He finished the game with four tackles, including two and a half sacks for a loss of 21 yards. One of his sacks came late in the fourth quarter on a 4th-and-10 play, giving the Blugolds the ball back. Another sack, late in the third quarter, pushed the Eagles back eight yards and the following play La Crosse attempted a field goal from 49 yards out but it came up short.
Goodman blocked a punt and also caught a pass on a fake punt to help the Blugolds convert in a 31-21 win at UW-La Crosse on Saturday. In the first quarter with the Eagles on their own 34, Goodman blocked a punt that Eau Claire’s Mitch Olson recovered and the Blugolds scored a touchdown on the very next drive. In the fourth quarter with the score 24-21, Goodman caught a nine-yard pass on a fake punt to give the Blugolds a first down. A few plays later, the Blugolds scored their final touchdown of the game.
Easker led the Blugolds to a fourth place finish out of 25 teams at UW-La Crosse’s Jim Drews Invitational on Saturday. Despite having his shoe partially dislodged from the heel of his foot at the one and a half mile mark and finally loosing it completely at the four-mile mark, Easker was able to move up throughout the race and finished the 8,000-meter course with a time of 25:42.6. He was the fourth collegiate finisher, second from Division III and the top WIAC finisher in the field.
Mauer led the Blugolds to a first place finish out of 23 teams at the UW-La Crosse Tori Neubauer Invitational on Saturday. She finished in fourth place overall with a time of 22:33.6 on the 6,000-meter course and was the top finisher from the WIAC.
Moore and the rest of the Blugold defense gave up just one goal in one game this weekend, helping the Blugolds to tie Carleton College (Minn.) 1-1 in double overtime Sunday. Carleton finished with just seven shots, four of which were on-goal.
In one game this week, the Blugolds tied opponent Carleton College (Minn.) 1-1 in double overtime. With the Blugolds down 1-0 in the final minutes, LeGate scored her seventh goal of the season with just over three minutes left in regulation to tie the game.
Eggebrecht was part of two first place finishes Friday as the Blugolds opened the season again Minnesota State University-Mankato. She led off the winning 400-yard medley relay team and also took the top spot in the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 2:17.06. Eggebrecht also took fifth in the 200-yard freestyle.
Heltne and Gillman swept conference opponents this weekend at No. 1 doubles, beating their UW-La Crosse opponents 8-3 Saturday while coming away with an 8-4 win Sunday against their UW-Whitewater opponents. The pair finished the regular season winning nine straight matches and had an overall record of 15-2 and a conference record of 6-0.
Gillman went 1-1 this weekend at No. 3 singles, beating her UW-La Crosse opponent 7-6, 6-3 Saturday while falling to her UW-Whitewater opponent 6-3, 6-3 Sunday. She finished the regular season with an overall record of 11-4 and a conference record of 5-1.
Amici helped the Blugolds to a 3-0 victory Wednesday against conference opponent UW-Superior. In the match, she had 13 kills in 20 attempts, a .600 hitting percentage. She also came away with one solo block and a block assist.