WNUR’s Greg Mroz sat down with Northwestern head baseball coach Paul Stevens earlier this week to discuss the team as they set up for a run to make the Big Ten Tourney.
WNUR Sports Director Joe Misulonas (@jmisulonas) takes a look at the new Big Ten Divisional alignments and argues why they will benefit Northwestern in the long-run. In a column I wrote last fall for the Daily Northwestern, I argued Big Ten expansion is a net gain for Northwestern. Even if Maryland and Rutgers don’t have […]
Check out our highlights from today’s Northwestern Women’s Lacrosse game. It was the final game of the regular season, and the last time Erin Fitzgerald, Beatrice Conley, Taylor Thornton, Ali Cassera, Alexa deLyra, Gabriella Flibotte, and Amanda Macaluso. The Wildcats would go on to defeat the Penn Quakers 15-8. Enjoy!
WNUR Sports Online Content Director Cameron Songer (@CameronSonger) turns back time to see what would happen if Northwestern hadn’t torn down the old Patten Gym to build the Technological Institute. In this version of What If, we’re turning back the clock. Way back. 1909. In that year, the old Patten Gym opened on Sheridan Road, […]
Welcome to the second edition of Friday Night Fights! Each week, two of our staffers will square off on Northwestern, National, and Historic sports issues. This week, it’s Greg Mroz and Chance Carter debating Northwestern baseball’s chances at making the Big Ten Tourney, the NHL MVP, and what is the coolest venue to play in […]
Former WNUR Sports Director Jim Sannes (@JimSannes) takes a look at the Northwestern Wildcats softball team and the youth that could catapult them to the top of the Big Ten. This weekend, the Northwestern softball team honored its seniors at Sharon J. Drysdale Field by sweeping the Purdue Boilermakers and bringing themselves into a virtual […]
WNUR’s Lynden Ostrander recaps the regular season for the Northwestern Women’s Lacrosse team and previews this weekend’s ALC tournament in Baltimore, Maryland. The Wildcats finished off the regular season on a strong note in two regards. First, they trounced rival Penn at home 15-8 in their final regular season game. Second, five Wildcat players made […]
James Sannes and Brandon Liebhaber host the Sportsvoice on March 3rd, 2013. The show begins with a wrap-up of the Northwestern women’s basketball season. Later, the boys play some “Toss-Up,” with topics including the upcoming men’s and women’s Big Ten Tournaments, and the outlook for Northwestern’s spring sports teams. Also, Northwestern Women’s lacrosse player Alyssa […]
WNUR Sports’s Lynden Ostrander (@Lynden_O) previews today’s match-up in the second round of the NCAA women’s lacrosse tournament between the Northwestern University Wildcats and the Stanford University Cardinal. Is it any surprise that the Cats’ are a number 2 seed in the NCAA tourney? I mean they’ve only won seven of the last eight championships… […]
After Northwestern’s open football practice, WNUR Sports Director Joe Misulonas sat down with Wildcats running back Venric Mark. Click below to hear Mark’s thoughts about spring practice and the upcoming football season.
After today’s Open Spring Practice, Northwestern Wildcats head football coach Pat Fitzgerald met with the media to discuss the state of the team. Below is the full audio from the press conference following the practice.
WNUR SportsVoice Producer Nick Scoliard sat down with Northwestern Wildcats women’s lacrosse head coach Kelly Amonte Hiller to preview tonight’s match-up with the No. 8 Penn State Nittany Lions at Lakeside Field. You can hear that broadcast right here on WNUR at 6:40 with the pre-game and 7:00 with the opening draw as Jim Sannes […]
James Sannes and Brandon Liebhaber interview Northwestern Lacrosse player Alyssa Leonard on the March 3rd edition of the Sportsvoice. Leonard is currently 11th all-time in NCAA career draw controls and tied a record earlier this year by gaining 15 draw controls against USC.
WNUR Sports Director Jim Sannes (@JimSannes) takes a look back at the 2012-13 Northwestern University Wildcats men’s basketball season, handing out his award for team MVP and recapping the highlights and lowlights. So, the 2012-13 Northwestern men’s basketball season was a bit painful. You know what else is painful? Being a Cubs fan, seeing offensive […]
In this week’s edition of Joe’s Corner, Joe Misulonas explains why Northwestern will have a much harder time matching the successes of other small basketball programs like Butler and VCU. As the men’s basketball season comes to a close, the speculation about Bill Carmody’s future with the team will begin. Will Northwestern give him another […]
WNUR Sports Director Jim Sannes (@JimSannes) explains why the Northwestern Wildcats should not fire head basketball coach Bill Carmody after a disappointing season. Dr. Jim Phillips, if you are reading this, a) why? b) I love you c) don’t fire Bill Carmody. This comes after a recent Sippin’ on Purple poll in which 56% of […]
In lieu of Northwestern’s close loss to the 16th ranked Ohio State Buckeyes, Joe Misulonas ponders the existence of moral victories in this week’s edition of Joe’s Corner. Last night was a pretty tough loss for Northwestern. Coming off a five-game losing streak in which they hadn’t played very well, the Wildcats needed to win […]
With the Big Ten conference season coming to a close, Greg Mroz makes some key judgements about all of the Big Ten’s top teams in this week’s edition of Big Ten Ballin’: The Hardwood Hustlers. Volume 5: Burning Down The House The Big Ten has become the foundation of upsets the past few weeks in […]
In this week’s edition of Kis This, Zack Kisfalusi tries to find the reasons behind Northwestern’s continued offensive struggles. Rock Bottom This Northwestern team has reached a new low after getting beat down on Sunday by the Purdue Boilermakers. With no one scoring in double digits, the offensive struggles continued for the entire team as […]