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Reports emerged Sunday that Fickell, Cincinnati's head coach, was Wisconsin's choice and that the two sides were working to finalize a contract.
This time it was Myles Hektor with the shutout, stopping all 13 shots he faced.
Dylan Meilun had a 16-save shutout for the Yellowjackets.
Senior forward will go down as one of the greatest players, and people, to come through the Bulldogs’ program, thanks to lessons learned from her father, and his battle with brain cancer.

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'Calls From Home' is an occasional feature highlighting alumni from local high school athletic programs competing in college athletics or junior hockey outside the Northland.
"A University of Wisconsin spokesperson told reporters Tuesday, Nov. 22 that the program's appeal of junior outside linebacker Nick Herbig's targeting penalty last week at Nebraska was denied," writes Colten Bartholomew.
Myles Hektor made 39 saves for the Yellowjackets.
Defending NSIC champion Bulldogs have high expectations despite graduating three seniors.
Elsewhere, UWS women's basketball lost 77-70 at Simpson College.
The 22-save performance helped the Yellowjackets even their conference record at 1-1.

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NSIC North Division Player of the Year looking tough after having a banner season cut short last winter.
The men's golf, cross country and soccer teams last claimed UMAC titles in the 2018-19 season. This year, the women's soccer team joined them.
UWS didn’t give up a field goal until more than eight minutes were gone in the first quarter.

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