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Boys Soccer vs. Kenosha Christian Life

The University School boys’ soccer team cruised to a Midwest Classic conference victory over Kenosha Christian Life on Wednesday, September 20th at USM.  The undefeated Wildcats defeated the Eagles 8-0.

USM out shot KCL 42-3 in the lopsided match.  The only serious threat that the Eagles made was on a breakaway in the game’s 12th minute.  USM’s goalkeeper Payton Van Den Heuvel came out to make a sliding save, maintaining the shutout.  Van Den Heuvel recorded his third conference shutout and his fourth overall shutout in the game.  USM has outscored conference opponents 17-0 so far this season.

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Girls Swimming at the Woodland Conference Relays

The Brown Deer/University School girls swimming and diving team competed in the Woodland Conference Relays at Greenfield High School on Wednesday, September 20th.

BD/USM did not have a winning squad in the 13-team meet.  The team did swim to two fourth place finishes.

Mira Giles-Pufahi, Abby Frenkel, Manasi Simhan, and Katie Hayes took 4th place in the 400 yard Medley Relay.  The quartet finished with a time of 4:53.83.

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Girls Tennis at the Warhawk Invitational

The University School girls’ tennis team had a spectacular day of tennis on Saturday, September 16th. The Wildcats took first place in the Warhawk Invitational sponsored by Germantown High School at Germantown High School and Menomonee Falls High School.

USM’s head coach, Matt Flack, was pleased.  He said, “Overall, the girls are playing very good tennis at the right time. We closed the gift shop today because we made very few errors.  That was the key.”

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Girls Swimming at the Nicolet Sprint Invitational

The Brown Deer/University School girls swimming and diving team took 8th place in the Nicolet Sprint Invitational hosted by Nicolet High School at Nicolet High School on Saturday, September 16th.

USM’s Katie Hayes was the only winner for BD/USM.  Hayes won the 50 yard Butterfly event.  Her winning time in the race was 26.78 seconds.

BD/USM competes in the Woodland Conference Relays at Greenfield High School at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 20th.

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Boys Soccer vs. Waupun

The Wildcats of the University School boys’ soccer team spotted a goal to their visitor, the Waupun Warriors, then roared back with three unanswered goals to win 3-1 in a non-conference game played Friday, September 15th at USM.

The Division 4 Wildcats overwhelmed the Division 3 Waupun team, which entered the game with a solid 8-4-1 record.

“I don't use the term ‘great’ loosely,” said USM’s head coach, Jock Mutschler. “In fact, I can't recall describing a team performance with that word in quite some time. Having established that, I will categorize the boys' performance as ‘great.’”

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Field Hockey vs. Arrowhead

The University School field hockey team lost to Arrowhead 3-0 in a Wisconsin High School Field Hockey Association game played Thursday, September 14th at USM.

“It certainly wasn't our best showing,” said Andrea Burlew, USM’s head coach, after the game. “We were so much more prepared than what happened. We’ll need to rejuvenate.”

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Volleyball vs. Kenosha Christian Life

Traveling to Kenosha with an undefeated Midwest Classic Conference record, the University School girls’ volleyball team returned with a blemished conference record.  The Wildcats lost to Kenosha Christian Life 3-1 in a Midwest Classic Conference match on Thursday, September 14th at Kenosha Christian Life School.

“Not a pretty match for us tonight,” stated Sue Baker, USM’s head coach. “I don't know if it was a let down from the other night, the long trip or what it was, but we didn't focus our play and just handed them the match.”

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Cross Country at the R. Vanden Avond Invitational

The University School cross country team competed in the R. Vanden Avond Invitational hosted by Whitefish Bay High School at Kletsch Park in Glendale on Thursday, September 14th.  The USM girls team took 7th place in the meet. USM had only four boys competing, so the team did not have the necessary five runners to place in the team results.

While at the meet, the Wildcats celebrated Senior Night.  They honored the four seniors on the team, Gabriella Avila, Clayton Cheney, Yousaf Malik, and Madeline McNichols.  Eric Pilling, USM’s head coach, said, “We would like to recognize our four seniors: Madeline McNichols (her first year), Yousaf Malik (his third year), Clayton Cheney (his third year) and Gabriella Avila (her fourth year). It is a bonus when we have a first-year runner as a senior like Maddie. Yousaf has committed himself to running and continues to improve each week. Clayton is our leader as a captain, and Gabriella has been a contributor for our team for four years, including our 2014 Conference Championship team. I’m so proud of them.”

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Boys Soccer vs. St. John's Northwestern Military Academy

The University School boys’ soccer team defeated St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy 6-0 in a Midwest Classic Conference game at St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy in Delafield on Wednesday, September 13th.

The Wildcats overwhelmed their Lake Country hosts, outshooting them 40-9 in the contest.

In previous games, USM players had waited until later in the game to put shots into the opponents’ net.  Not so Wednesday.  The Wildcats tallied four of their six goals in the first half.

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Girls Tennis vs. Brookfield Academy

It was a day to celebrate. The University School girls’ tennis team defeated Brookfield Academy 5-2 in a dual match on Tuesday, September 12th at USM.

It was also Senior Night at USM, and the Wildcats and their fans celebrated the contributions to the girls’ tennis team by Celia Buchband, Carolyn Ells, Leah Schneck and Riley Strauss.

The USM team also celebrated the victory over the Blue Knights because BA is a significant sectional rival in the Division 2 state tournament competition.

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