Singer recorded two goals this weekend as the Blugolds split at home. Friday in a 5-1 win over Saint John’s University (Minn.), Singer scored at 12:07 in the second period to give the Blugolds a 3-0 advantage and recorded another goal at 11:44 in the third period to give the Blugolds a 4-1 lead. Saturday the Blugolds narrowly fell, losing just their third game of the season, as Concordia-Moorhead College (Minn.) won 2-1 in overtime. For the year he now has nine goals and 12 assists.
In five games over the Holiday break, Bingea averaged 13.2 points and 8.6 rebounds per game. She led the Blugolds in scoring twice, finishing four out of five games in double figures, and led the team in rebounding four times. Against UW-Stout on Thursday, Bingea recorded a double-double, scoring 12 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. For the two week period, she went 47.3 percent (26-for-55) from the field and 77.8 percent (14-for-18) from the free throw line, averaging 34.8 minutes per contest. Bingea had a total of 43 rebounds, six steals and four assists.
Stubbs competed in two events this weekend as the Blugolds opened the season against NCAA Division I opponent Central Michigan University. She led the Blugolds by tying for fifth place in the floor exercise with a score of 9.675 and was the Blugolds’ second highest finisher on the balance beam as she tied for eighth with a score of 9.025.
With the Blugolds splitting against Saint Mary’s University (Minn.) this weekend, Knutson finished with two goals. Friday, Knutson scored a goal with just over four minutes to play in regulation that tied the game at 2-2. The game went into overtime but the Cardinals scored the game-winner, handing the Blugolds a 3-2 overtime loss. Saturday at home against Saint Mary’s, Knutson scored the game’s second goal to give Eau Claire a 2-0 lead and Blugolds went on to win 5-2. For the season, Knutson now has five goals and four assists.
Competing at the Milwaukee School of Engineering Duals on Saturday, Sirny went 2-1 as he recorded two pins. He defeated Wheaton's Tom Foy at 125 pounds in 2:38 and beat Maranatha's Zach Zimmerman in 1:15 at 133 pounds.