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Sports Notes: May 18

May 18, 2010

Cardinal Stritch offering four-day hoops camp

The Cardinal Stritch Resident Basketball Camp will be June 13-16.

The camp, for boys entering fifth through eighth grade, features instruction from top high school coaches in the state, drill work and skill-development sessions, daily competitions, league games and much more.

The cost is $300 and includes room and meals for the entire camp. Campers will stay in Clare Hall on the Cardinal Stritch campus. Check-in is at 4 p.m. June 13. The camp concludes with an awards ceremony at 5 p.m. June 16.

For information or registration form, contact Stritch coach Drew Diener at dpdiener@stritch.edu or (414) 410-4121.

Training camp sponsors summer events

Gold Medal Speed Camps, run by Homestead assistant track coach Todd Brawner, is sponsoring two fitness and training events this summer.

One will be at Homestead on Mondays, starting June 14 and running through Aug. 2 for youth in grades four through 12 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. It will be held on the Homestead High School track with a cost of $75. Children will be given age-appropriate activities.

The other all sports event will be run at Ozaukee High School, June 23 and 30 and July 7, 14, 21, and 28 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Registration before the sessions start is $65; walk-up is $70.

All aspects of speed, strength and agility will be worked on. Brawner is a respected trainer and coach who has run many successful camps for well over a decade.

For information, contact Brawner at (414) 467-1181 or at goldmedalcamps.com.

Tennis player Winston earns academic honors

Nicolet graduate and junior Danielle Winston of the Muhlenberg College women's tennis team was named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for excellence in the classroom and on the court.

To be named to the Academic Honor Roll, a student must be a sophomore or higher in class standing; a starter or key reserve on her team; and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average.

A double major in psychology and Spanish, Winston was a team captain. She was 8-6 overall and 7-3 in the Centennial Conference at third singles. She won her final four matches of the season, all in straight sets, and has a career singles mark of 26-16.

Winston paired with classmate Lindsay Schmidt at second doubles. They were 9-6 overall and 5-4 in the CC. The duo closed out the season by winning four straight matches, two of which it won, 8-0, to remain in a tie with another active pair of Mules for the most career wins (28) by a doubles team in spring dual matches in program history.

Golfer Schultz named Big Ten Freshman of the Year

The Big Ten Conference recently announced that University of Michigan freshman golfer Jack Schultz of Whitefish Bay was the unanimous selection as the league Freshman of the Year.

Schultz becomes only the second Michigan player to be named Big Ten Freshman of the Year, following Andy Matthews' (1999-2002) selection in 1999.

In his first season in Ann Arbor, Schultz started all 11 events and is currently on pace to set the freshman scoring average record with a 73.47 per round average. He has shot 10 of his 30 rounds at-or-below par this season, including a career-best and Michigan season-best, six-under 66 shot in the first round of the 2009 Bridgestone Intercollegiate (Oct. 24-25).

Schultz was named to the all-tournament team at the Big Ten Match Play Championships after posting a 2-0-1 record. During the season he posted three top-10 individual finishes with one among the top five, following his fifth-place finish at the 2010 Big Ten Championships (April 30-May 2), which earned him all-tournament honors.

In addition, Schultz's fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships marked the highest-ever finish by a Michigan freshman and his total of 287 (69-73-71-74) set the Michigan freshman 72-hole scoring record.

BOSS Baseball Academy wins Illinois tournament

The U14 Boss Baseball Academy won the Vernon Hills Illinois Kick-Off Classic on April 24-25.

The team was 5-0 and beat PBI (Professional Baseball Instruction) Eagles in the Championship, 9-4. On May 1-2 the team also finished in third place in the USSSA Major Rockford May Classic.

Boss Baseball is based at a new facility in Mequon and features North Shore and Milwaukee area players.

The U14 team is coached by Dave Wade from Mequon. Team members include Hayden Krimmer, Logan Rupard, Alex Garland, C.J. Putterman, Zack Henderson, Nate Heili, Mike Bonner, Chris Mueller, Bryce Juedes, Michael Schulz, Eric Wade and Jake Frey.

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