Mike Kafka is back in the NFL. The former Wildcat signal-caller singed with the Minnesota Vikings Wednesday, according to his agent.

Mike Kafka signs with the Minnesota Vikings

Former Northwestern quarterback Mike Kafka signed with the Minnesota Vikings Wednesday, according to his agent Mike McCartney. Feels good to be back in purple!! @NUFBFamily @Vikings pic.twitter.com/OvfeDazqNz — Mike Kafka (@mikekafka3) April 1, 2015 Kafka threw for over 4000 yards and accounted for 31 touchdowns in his Northwestern career. He finished his Wildcat career by […]

Kyle Ruchim smacked three homers this week for Northwestern baseball, and the team heads to Champaign on a three-game win streak. Photo credit: Meghan White, Daily Northwestern.

Covering the Bases: April 1

It’s time to check in on Northwestern baseball and softball. Both teams won a Big Ten series this weekend and scored 19 runs in a game (softball dropped 19 on Wisconsin Saturday, while baseball did the same to Minnesota Sunday). Let’s cover the bases: First Base: Ruchim Raking Kyle Ruchim was widely regarded as the […]

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Who will complete Northwestern’s 2015 recruiting class?

Chris Collins’ overhaul of Northwestern men’s basketball couldn’t move along much faster. After the transfer of Johnnie Vassar, Collins will assuredly bring in 11 scholarship players in just two years. Vassar’s departure opens up a fifth scholarship for Collins to use in his 2015 recruiting class. It wasn’t too surprising to see Vassar go since […]

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Northwestern and Oversigning

There’s a scene in House of Cards where, when a political challenger tries to blackmail Frank Underwood, Frank says “You’re one of us now…one of the men in our smoke filled rooms.” Northwestern is now, most definitely, one of “the men.” Johnnie Vassar’s transfer opens up a scholarship for Northwestern to use, and, make no […]

Northwestern announced today that freshman guard Johnnie Vassar intends to transfer from Northwestern. Photo Credit: Caylor Arnold-USA TODAY Sports

Johnnie Vassar to Transfer from Northwestern

Freshman guard Johnnie Vassar will transfer from Northwestern, according to a release from the university. Johnnie Vassar has decided to transfer from Northwestern University. http://t.co/9qv3qbAY4Y — NU Men’s Basketball (@NUMensBball) March 30, 2015 In the statement released by the team, Chris Collins said, “Johnnie let us know that he has chosen to pursue another university […]

Stop me if you've heard this before: Tom Izzo is headed to the Final Four. Photo Credit: Rich Barnes- USA TODAY Sports

Amid “Down” Year, Big Ten Delivered When It Counted Most

By: Ryan Fish Two weeks ago, Michigan State and Wisconsin battled for a Big Ten Tournament championship at the United Center in Chicago. Now, the Spartans and Badgers are headed to Indianapolis to play on a much bigger stage. For the first time in a decade, two Big Ten teams are in the Final Four. […]

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Month in the Mirror: March

March is always a fun month to be a sports fan. You’ve got the best sporting event in the whole goshdarn world with March Madness, plus, round these parts, it’s actually warm enough for spring sports to start up in earnest. March of 2015 was an especially happening March for Northwestern fans. Pretty much every […]

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Listen Now: Sunday Sports-Talk Block

It’s the first Sunday Sports-Talk Block of the quarter on WNUR! Here’s the Schedule 7:00-7:30: Stats are For Losers 7:30-8:00: Wildtalk with Ben Goren, Jason Dorow, and Ryan Fish 8:00-9:00: The SportsVoice with Ari Ross and Jason Dorow (the first show for new producers Max Gelman and Will Greer) You can listen on 89.3 FM […]

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Northwestern Lacrosse rebounds with 12-10 win over Louisville

Going into Sunday, Northwestern women’s lacrosse had not lost back-to-back games since last April, and the Wildcats were determined to keep it that way. Following a 16-5 beating from No. 1 Maryland, the Wildcats trumped No. 10 Louisville 12-10 at Lakeside Field Sunday afternoon. Northwestern got off to a slow start, trailing 3-1 early, but […]

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Northwestern Softball just beat a team really, really badly, guys.

Northwestern softball stomped Wisconsin in game one of a double-header yesterday.  It wasn’t one of those “Oh, they stuck around for a while and then kind of fell off” game.  No.  It was a lot meaner than that.  It was one of those “Can I give those Badgers a hug?” kind of games.  By the […]

Northwestern's Olivia Duehr, shown here against Illinois, hit four homers this weekend in a softball sweep at Penn State to open Big Ten play, and added another today in NU's historic win over Wisonsin. Photo credit, Josh Walfish, Daily Northwestern.

NU Softball Wallops Wisconsin

Take that, Frank Kaminsky. Northwestern softball stayed hot (that’s an understatement), scoring eight runs in the first and eight more in the fourth en route to a 19-0, five-inning mercy rule victory over Wisconsin. Those 19 runs are the most Northwestern has scored in a softball game since 1983, and the ‘Cats scored all 19 […]

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Northwestern Lax looks to rebound against Louisville

Northwestern did not play like Northwestern last time out. At the hands of Maryland, Northwestern got tuned up, losing 16-5, suffering their biggest loss since April of 2013, when the ‘Cats lost 22-4 to Florida in Gainesville. Northwestern got stomped, there’s no denying it. But NU has no time to dwell on it. On Sunday, Northwestern […]

Justin Jackson took the football to the house frequently this season, and he took home two WNUR football awards as a result. Photo credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP.

WNUR 4-on-4: Northwestern Spring Football Preview

              The WNUR 4-on-4 is back, and this time four WNUR staffers are answering the major questions for Northwestern football going into the spring. Josh Burton (@Josh_Burton1), Ari Ross (@aross50), Ryan Fish (@RyanMFish) and Ben Goren (@BenG412) break down the Wildcats’ quarterback situation, decide which player has the most […]

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NU Lax dispatched by Maryland 16-5

WNUR’s Alex Lederman looks at what was a disappointing Big Ten opener for the Wildcats The April cover of Inside Lacrosse magazine had a picture of Maryland’s women’s lacrosse team with the words “Best Team Ever?” written underneath. I can’t speak to the word “ever,” but I can say the Terrapins proved they are by […]

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NU Lax’s uniforms are cooler than yours

Ever since Northwestern switched from Adidas to Under Armour, the athletic department’s swag factor has taken off.  There may be the occasional misstep (Wounded Warrior jerseys anyone?), but just about every uniform Under Armour has put out has been on-point.  Today’s lacrosse jersey is no different. With two Under Armour-sponsored teams both in the top […]

Northwestern Kara Mupo and Maryland's Taylor Cummings battled at last year's Final Four, and they'll go at it again tonight. Cummings ranks among the NCAA leaders in draw controls, while Mupo is coming off a five-goal game against Syracuse. Photo credit: Greg Wall.

#1 Maryland at #4 Northwestern: Game Preview

WNUR’s Michael Stern (@michaeljstern23) previews the first-ever Big Ten women’s lacrosse game: a Final Four rematch between number-one Maryland and number-four Northwestern. Northwestern got a tough draw for their first Big Ten game of the season, and the first Big Ten lacrosse game ever. The number four Wildcats host defending champion and top-ranked Maryland tonight […]

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Taking a Look at Northwestern Football’s Graduating Seniors’ Draft Prospects

By Ari Ross (@aross50) Northwestern’s football team may not have experienced a ton of success last season, but it still graduated a bunch of seniors with possible NFL futures: Ibraheim Campbell, SS Campbell is rated as the No. 4 strong safety and No. 123 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft Class by CBS Sports. He’s […]

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Ex-Wildcat commit Jaren Sina considering Michigan

Seton Hall transfer Jaren Sina is considering Michigan, Stanford, and BC, source told @CBSSports. Two years of eligibility remaining. — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) March 24, 2015 Jaren Sina, along with Nate Taphorn, made up Bill Carmody’s final recruiting class at Northwestern.  Once Carmody was fired from Northwestern, Sina reopened his recruitment and ended up at […]

With Lauren Douglas injured and Nia Coffey and Alex Cohen in foul trouble, Maggie Lyon shouldered the scoring load late against Penn State, but it wasn't enough. Photo credit: Ralph Wilson, AP

Northwestern Women’s Basketball Season GIF Review

Our Jason Dorow (@jasondorow) recaps Northwestern women’s basketball’s spectacular 2014-15 season through gifs. The season ended on a sour note for Northwestern women’s basketball, falling to Arkansas 57-55 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. But that didn’t take away from what was the best season for the Wildcats in a very long time. […]

Northwestern's Olivia Duehr, shown here against Illinois, hit four homers this weekend in a softball sweep at Penn State to open Big Ten play, and added another today in NU's historic win over Wisonsin. Photo credit, Josh Walfish, Daily Northwestern.

Covering the Bases: March 24

WNUR’s Michael Stern (@michaeljstern23) takes a look at how Northwestern baseball and softball are doing, with softball fresh off a three-game sweep of Penn State to open their Big Ten season and baseball starting conference play Friday at Minnesota. First Base: Duehr Going Deep Senior outfielder Olivia Duehr had struggled early in her 2015 campaign […]

Nate Taphorn and Bryant McIntosh were all smiles following the Wildcats' fourth straight win. We're all smiles thanks to another edition of the Goren and Dorow podcast! Photo credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP.

Looking back and looking forward at NU men’s basketball

As March Madness heads into its second weekend, Wildcat fans are in a position that they’ve grown quite accustomed to: left out. Northwestern rallied to finish the season with a record of 15-17 and a 6-12 conference record, highlighted by home wins against Iowa and Indiana. It wasn’t good enough to qualify for NIT contention, […]

The Wildcats went crazy when they found out their first-round opponent in the NCAA tournament: Arkansas. Northwestern takes on the Razorbacks at 11 AM today from Waco, Texas.

Women’s Basketball Season Recap

WNUR’s Ari Ross (@aross50) looks back at a historic season for Northwestern women’s basketball. It was a season full of accomplishments for the ‘Cats. Coach Joe McKeown reached 600 career victories with a win over his alma mater, Kent State. The Wildcats were ranked in the AP Poll for the first time since 1995. Northwestern […]

Northwestern's Kaleigh Craig carries the ball against North Carolina. Craig scored twice in the 'Cats' 12-11 loss to the second-ranked Tar Heels. Photo credit: Jeffrey A. Camarati

NU Lax knocks off No. 5 Syracuse 11-10

WNUR’s Ben Goren (@BenG412) reviews what was a big win for Kelly Amonte Hiller’s squad. It’s not often that you can say that Northwestern women’s lacrosse is an underdog, but make no mistake that’s what they were today. Hosting #5 Syracuse, the #7 Wildcats had to play a very good game to knock off the […]

Northwestern's Lauren Murray tallied four draw controls last year at Syracuse, and the Wildcats will need even more from her in this year's matchup following Alyssa Leonard's graduation. Photo credit: Syracuse athletics.

#5 Syracuse vs. #7 Northwestern: Lacrosse Game Preview

  WNUR’s Alex Lederman (@ledermanmedill) checks in on Northwestern’s lacrosse team. The seventh-ranked Wildcats sit at 4-2 heading into tomorrow’s big game against No. 5 Syracuse. Alex looks back at NU’s first six games, before providing ten keys to Sunday’s matchup. Over the past three years, Syracuse has made two national championship games. Northwestern has […]

Ben and Jason think Northwestern's women's basketball team could be headed towards the NCAA tournament, thanks in part to Ashley Deary's improved offense and stellar defense. S.J. Carrera/Northwestern Athletics

Northwestern’s tourney is over, loses 57-55 to Arkansas

By Ben Goren Northwestern hadn’t been here since what feels like forever, and it showed a little bit. Northwestern’s lead stretched into double digits with under 10 minutes to play, and it felt like the Wildcats were about to run away with it. Then, they didn’t. Northwestern had some bad turnovers, Arkansas started getting good […]

Maggie Lyon attacks the bucket against Rutgers. What do Ari and Ryan have to say about Lyon and the Cats' chances in the NCAA tourney? Photo credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP.

LISTEN NOW: Northwestern vs Arkansas (NCAA Tournament 1st Round)

The Northwestern Women’s Basketball team is back in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1997.  Click on the link below to listen to our coverage of today’s game against the Arkansas Razorbacks.  Eric Klaus and Greg Mroz have the call LIVE from Waco, Texas.  For those in the Chicagoland area, you can also […]

The Wildcats went crazy when they found out their first-round opponent in the NCAA tournament: Arkansas. Northwestern takes on the Razorbacks at 11 AM today from Waco, Texas.

NCAA Tournament Round 1 Preview: #7 Northwestern vs #10 Arkansas

WNUR’s Greg Mroz (@wizard_of_mroz) checks in from Waco with his keys to Northwestern’s first-round women’s basketball NCAA tournament game against Arkansas. The game starts TODAY at 11AM central time, with television coverage on ESPN2 and radio coverage on WNUR 89.3 FM and right here on wnursports.com. Waco, TX – As Northwestern gets set to play […]

Tre Demps was all smiles after he hit three clutch triples to force overtime and double overtime in a stunning Northwestern victory over Michigan. Do Ari and Ryan have an award for him? Photo credit: David Banks, USA Today Sports.

WNUR’s Big Ten Basketball Awards

We asked, and 17 WNUR broadcasters voted for Big Ten (and Northwestern) basketball awards. While some awards were nearly unanimous, others were hotly contested. Here’s how the voting broke down: Big Ten Player of the Year: Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin Final Tally: Frank Kaminsky 16, D’Angelo Russell 1 What They’re Saying:  “Kaminsky inches out Russell. Kaminsky […]

Tre Demps was all smiles after he hit three clutch triples to force overtime and double overtime in a stunning Northwestern victory over Michigan. Do Ari and Ryan have an award for him? Photo credit: David Banks, USA Today Sports.

NUmbers Guy Podcast: Episode 9, Awards Season

Ari Ross (@aross50) and Ryan Fish (@ryanmfish) break down the NUmbers behind the past week in Northwestern Men’s and Women’s Basketball and hand out the Inaugural Winter Quarter NUmbers Guy Awards.

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Critiquing the NCAA Tournament Bracket

By Will Greer Every middle of March, the ten members of the NCAA men’s basketball selection committee are tasked with one of the most subjective, thankless jobs in sports. The committee, which is responsible for selecting, seeding and bracketing the field for the NCAA tournament, meets in Indianapolis for five days leading up to Selection […]

Alex Cohen got the block here, but she fouled out in early in the Wildcats' close loss at Penn State. Photo credit: Vanessa Zican Feng/The Daily Collegian

WNUR 4-On-4: Women’s Basketball Tournament

It’s another 4-on-4, where four WNUR broadcasters answer four questions about a newsworthy topic in Wildcat athletics. This afternoon, Michael Stern (@michaeljstern23). Ben Goren (@BenG412), Jason Dorow (@jasondorow), and Ari Ross (@aross50) break down the women’s basketball tournament? Will UConn complete the three-peat? Can Maryland reach the final four in their first Big Ten season? […]

Maggie Lyon attacks the bucket against Rutgers. What do Ari and Ryan have to say about Lyon and the Cats' chances in the NCAA tourney? Photo credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP.

Women’s basketball a 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament

Northwestern’s post-season fate has been resolved. Yes for the first time in nearly 20 years, Northwestern women’s basketball is joining March Madness, snagging a 7 seed in the Oklahoma City regional of the NCAA Tournament, where they will play Arkansas in their first game.  If they win, the Wildcats will battle either Baylor or Northwestern State to enter the Sweet […]

Nigel Hayes and Wisconsin are a number one seed heading into this year's men's basketball tournament? Do any of our broadcasters think the Badgers can reach the final four? Photo credit: Scott Strazzante, Chicago Tribune.

WNUR 4-on-4: Men’s Basketball Tournament

It’s the first installment of 4-on-4 here at WNUR, where four of our broadcasters answer four questions about happenings in the world of college (and often Northwestern) sports. As yesterday was selection Sunday, Michael Stern (@michaeljstern23), Ari Ross (@aross50), Ryan Fish (@ryanmfish), and Josh Burton (@josh_burton1) reveal their final four teams, sleeper picks, and national champions. The quartet also predicts the fate of all seven Big Ten teams in the tournament.

The road to the Final Four begins tonight when the 68-team bracket is revealed. Michael Stern tries to predict the field.

Bracketology: Predicting the Field of 68?

Bracketology: Can I predict the field of 68? I always wonder this time of year if I could do Joe Lunardi’s job. You know, Lunardi only boasts about how many teams he gets correct in the field…he hardly ever correctly predicts matchups and often jumbles the seeds of bubble teams. Each year, I try to […]

Greg Mroz says Alex Olah needs to assert his will down low in tonight's Big Ten tourney matchup with Indiana. Listen to WNUR's live broadcast now. Photo credit: Chris Howell, Herald-Times.

Big Ten Tournament Game Preview: #7 Indiana vs #10 Northwestern

  By Greg Mroz (@wizard_of_mroz)   In preparation for Northwestern’s Big Ten Tournament second-round matchup between against the Indiana Hoosiers, here are 3 things to keep an eye on going into the game. The game tips at 5:30 from United Center, you can watch on ESPN2 and listen right here at wnursports.com. Northwestern’s 2-3 Zone […]

The Wildcat statue at Ryan Field looks mighty fierce, but how does it match up against other Big Ten mascots? WNUR's Erik Bremer is on the case.

Big Ten Tournament Predictions Based on Team Mascot

By Erik Bremer (@erik_bremer) The Big Ten Tournament begins on Wednesday, and everyone has given their predictions based on their perceived knowledge of the conference and teams.  But that’s boring, so let’s try something else.  Who would be the Big Ten champion in a battle of real-life mascots? Game 1: Penn State Nittany Lions vs. […]

The Big Ten Men's Basketball tourney is at the United Center for the second time in three years. Who do Zach, Ian, and Sam think will earn the conference's automatic bid?

WNUR’s Big Ten Tournament Predictions

We had our broadcasters send in their picks ahead of the first Big Ten tournament games. Read on to find out who they think will earn the conference’s automatic bid, and how far Northwestern will advance Wednesday: 12) Nebraska vs. 13) Penn State: Majority says: Nebraska, 8-3 Who picked Nebraska: Michael Stern, Ari Ross, Alex […]

The Big Ten Men's Basketball tourney is at the United Center for the second time in three years. Who do Zach, Ian, and Sam think will earn the conference's automatic bid?

Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament Preview Podcast

Zach Pereles (@zach_pereles), Ian McCafferty (@Itmccaf52), and Sam Rudnick (@luhtammer) have you covered ahead of the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament, which hits United Center starting Wednesday afternoon. They’ll break down the matchups and offer predictions, taking an especially close look at Thursday’s showdown between Northwestern and Indiana.

Maggie Lyon attacks the bucket against Rutgers. What do Ari and Ryan have to say about Lyon and the Cats' chances in the NCAA tourney? Photo credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP.

NUmbers Guy Podcast: Episode 7

Ari Ross (@aross50) and Ryan Fish (@ryanmfish) break down the numbers behind the past week in Northwestern Men’s and Women’s Basketball.

D'Angelo Russell showed Northwestern why he is a Big Ten player of the year and freshman of the year candidate in January.  Photo credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP.

Goren and Dorow Take Rosemont

Did you think Goren and Dorow could get any better than it already was? If not, you were mistaken. In their newest episode, Ben (@BenG412) and Jason (@jasondorow) dole out Big Ten awards. ​

Ashley Deary hit the go-ahead three, and the Wildcats swept in-state rival Illinois. Photo credit: Annabel Edwards/Daily Northwestern

Highlights: Northwestern women’s basketball vs. Rutgers

Click on the player below to hear the highlight’s from Northwestern’s come-from-behind win over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in the Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament on Friday, March 6.

Northwestern's Kaleigh Craig carries the ball against North Carolina. Craig scored twice in the 'Cats' 12-11 loss to the second-ranked Tar Heels. Photo credit: Jeffrey A. Camarati

Lacrosse Coach’s Report: Week 3

WNUR’s Tara Wendell (@tarawendell) sat down with Northwestern Lacrosse head coach Kelly Amonte Hiller to talk about the team’s win over Marquette and strong performance in a close loss at second-ranked UNC. Coach Hiller talks about replacing Alyssa Leonard and the state of women’s lacrosse nationwide.  

Tre Demps was all smiles after he hit three clutch triples to force overtime and double overtime in a stunning Northwestern victory over Michigan. Do Ari and Ryan have an award for him? Photo credit: David Banks, USA Today Sports.

HIGHLIGHTS: Northwestern Basketball vs Michigan

Click on the player below to listen to highlights from Northwestern’s thrilling double-overtime victory over Michigan. Eric Klaus had the play-by-play for WNUR.

Tre Demps was all smiles after he hit three clutch triples to force overtime and double overtime in a stunning Northwestern victory over Michigan. Do Ari and Ryan have an award for him? Photo credit: David Banks, USA Today Sports.

NUmbers Guy Podcast: Episode 6

Ari Ross (@aross50) and Ryan Fish (@ryanmfish) break down the NUmbers behind the past week in Northwestern Men’s and Women’s Basketball.

Nate Taphorn and Bryant McIntosh were all smiles following the Wildcats' fourth straight win. We're all smiles thanks to another edition of the Goren and Dorow podcast! Photo credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP.

Goren and Dorow (and Special Guest Greg Mroz) Take the Balkans

Ben (@BenG412) and Jason (@jasondorow) return, accompanied by special guest Greg Mroz (@wizard_of_mroz), to recap men’s basketball’s rocky week (big win over Indiana, big loss to Illinois)and look around the Big Ten men’s basketball scene. Does the trio think the Wildcats can get back in the win column this week against Michigan?

Last year at Lakeside Field, the Wildcats upset top-ranked North Carolina. Can the number-six Wildcats take down the number-two Tar Heels Saturday in Chapel Hill? Photo credit: Northwestern Athletics.

Lacrosse Podcast: Episode 3

Tara Wendell and Tralon Williams (@itsyaboytray) break down the Wildcats’ 13-6 victory over Marquette and look ahead to tomorrow’s big game against Second-ranked North Carolina.

Last year at Lakeside Field, the Wildcats upset top-ranked North Carolina. Can the number-six Wildcats take down the number-two Tar Heels Saturday in Chapel Hill? Photo credit: Northwestern Athletics.

Women’s Lacrosse Coach’s Report: Week 2

WNUR’s Tara Wendell sat down with NU assistant coach Danielle Spencer to find out about recruiting Selena Lasota, as well as what went wrong against Duke, what went right against Marquette, and where the Wildcats can improve going forward.

Northwestern Wildcats guard Bryant McIntosh (30) dives for a loose ball in the second half. Our staff named McIntosh NU's freshman of the year by a wide margin.(John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune)

Highlights: Northwestern basketball vs. Indiana

Click on the player below to hear the highlight’s from Northwestern’s upset win over the Indiana Hoosiers on Wednesday, February 25.

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The Week That Was in Northwestern Baseball

The Week That Was in Northwestern Baseball

WNUR’s Nick Scoliard (@NickScols) breaks down the Wildcats impressive week, and looks ahead to what they face this weekend. It’s hard to call this team anything but hot. After earning a 2-9 record in their past 11 games, the Wildcats bounced back with a 6-1 week, sweeping Chicago State, winning the Nebraska series, and earned […]

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Feed the Post: Big Ten Mascot Power Rankings

Feed the Post: Big Ten Mascot Power Rankings

WNUR Sports Online Content Director Cameron Songer (@CameronSonger) tackles one of the big questions of life: which of the mascots of the Big Ten is the best? With Northwestern men’s basketball in the middle of a three-game losing streak and the women’s team on a four-game slide, I decided to take a break this week […]

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Softball: Seattle Regional Preview

Softball: Seattle Regional Preview

WNUR’s Ben Goren (@BenG412) and Michael Stern (@michaeljstern23) have the Seattle Regional covered from all angles. First, Ben takes a look at the current state of Northwestern’s softball team:  The Week That Was Northwestern learned clearly that six innings of softball isn’t enough to win games.  In the Wildcats’ 1-1 showing in the Big Ten […]

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LISTEN NOW: Northwestern softball vs. IUPUI

LISTEN NOW: Northwestern softball vs. IUPUI

The Wildcats are playing a double header against the Jaguars of IUPUI at 12 PM and 2 PM today in Rosemont, Ill. Ben Goren and Max Gelman will be calling both games for WNUR. CLICK HERE to listen now.

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Goren and Dorow podcast volume 5

Goren and Dorow podcast volume 5

WNUR’s Ben Goren (@BenG412) and Jason Dorow (@jasondorow) are back, and better than ever, with the fifth edition of their podcast. This time, they’re looking back at NU’s performances against Georgia Tech and Butler and previewing the Wildcats’ upcoming action. Listen on our soundcloud page: https://soundcloud.com/wnur-sports/goren-and-dorow-volume-5

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