Saturday, November 12, 2016

Taylor Koss Sits Down With Local TV Station

Taylor Koss has received quite a bit of attention since joining the Milwaukee track & field team.

The senior hurdler is both one of the best 400m hurdlers in school history, and also THE best deaf 400m hurdler in American and collegiate history.

Local WISN reporter Tim Elliot heard about Taylor and came to campus last week to meet the speedster with a unique story. Check out the complete video - which aired last night - at

Friday, November 11, 2016

Journal Sentinel Previews Milwaukee Women's Basketball

The Milwaukee Panthers held their annual basketball media day earlier this month, with local media descending upon the Klotsche Center to talk to coaches and players as well as take in part of practice.

During that day, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Todd Rosiak caught up with last season's Horizon League Women's Basketball Coach of the Year Kyle Rechlicz, with his season preview hitting news stands today.

Check out Rosiak's complete report at

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Running Over The Hill

Panther cross country and track and field alum Dot McMahan (formerly Dot Bunnell) has done a lot
of running in her time - both for the Black & Gold and since graduating from Milwaukee in 1999.

McMahan is now set to run the well publicized New York Marathon this Sunday after recently celebrating her 40th birthday - a significant number in the distance running world these days, writes Milwaukee Journal Sentinel sports reporter Lori Nickel.

Check out Nickel's complete feature on how McMahan has been doing since her days on the Milwaukee campus at

Panther Freshman Sits Down With espnW

Freshman women's basketball player Jaye Two Bears is a long way from home (Cannon Ball, N.D.), but she is still making her presence felt all the way from Milwaukee.

The 5-foot-10 guard is a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe - the same tribe that has been in the news of late with their opposition with the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.

Two Bears has used her platform right from the start to help gain attention and understanding of the situation, joining Wisconsin men's basketball player Bronson Koenig and Nevada women's basketball player Morning Rose Tobey in putting on a basketball camp for area youth back in North Dakota earlier this year.

Now, espnW writer Walter Villa sat down with Two Bears to help further her story and stance on what is going on in her hometown.

Read the entire story at