Author: Colton Mosley

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Colton Mosley is a former high school sports reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal and designed newspapers including the Tulsa World, the Waco Tribune-Herald, and more. He also covered University of Wisconsin volleyball, football, and basketball.

Wisconsin Volleyball pictures

As the University of Wisconsin Volleyball Team opened the 2023 season Friday, there are some new faces you’ll want to get to know. A year after reaching the Elite 8 in the NCAA Tournament for the fifth consecutive year, the Badgers loaded up on talented transfers and a lone freshman. Here’s a breakdown of each newcomer and their potential impact on the 2023 season. Temi Thomas-Ailara | Graduate Senior | Outside Hitter Thomas-Ailara is not new to the Big Ten. Spending four years at Northwestern, she amassed quite the resume. Last season, she was second in the Big Ten with…

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brewers home opener

Ahead of their Saturday contest with the Texas Rangers, the Milwaukee Brewers have added some potential thump back to their lineup. The team announced Saturday that 1B Rowdy Tellez was reinstated from the 10-day injured list after a bout with forearm inflammation and finger surgery after getting his finger stuck in an outfield wall when shagging fly balls. With the move, the Brewers have sent INF Abraham Toro back down to AAA Nashville after just one plate appearance since his recall on August 11. 1B Rowdy Tellez reinstated from the 10-day injured list. INF Abraham Toro optioned to Triple-A Nashville.…

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Milwaukee Brewers, Brewers News, Keston Hiura

On the heels of being swept by the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Milwaukee Brewers need for offense has never been more apparent. Over the three games against the Dodgers, Milwaukee pushed across just three runs and had multiple prolonged offensive lulls. On Tuesday night, Bobby Miller retired 18 straight Brewers after giving up his lone earned run. Wednesday, the Crew had three total hits. And Thursday night, their 1-7 hitters finished the day 2-24 as shortstop Willy Adames continued his struggles at the plate, going 0-4 with four strikeouts. Meanwhile, I wonder what was Keston Hiura doing during that time…

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