TITANS TAKE DOWN CANCER WITH 'SHOOTING IT FOR LUKE'
Eighth-grader Luke Peters is an honorary member of the UW-Oshkosh men's basketball team. You can see him on the bench at home games. He has a locker in the team locker room. Luke is also a brain tumor survivor. This past Wednesday (Feb. 1), the Titans honored Luke in their annual Titans Take Down Cancer game, this year named "Shooting it for Luke". The fundraising event - with all proceeds going to the Fox Valley Brain Tumor Coalition - included "Shooting it for Luke" t-shirts, sold for $10, a raffle for a signed 2016-17 men's basketball and matching the split of the 50/50 drawing.
WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS SHATTERS FOUR TEAM RECORDS
The UW-Oshkosh Gymnastics team established four school records against Centenary College (La.), January, 27. The Titans list of record-breaking performances were all in the team category, including the overall score (191.250), balance beam (48.725), uneven bars (48.025), and vault (47.75).
KATELYN FLADTEN TRAVELS TO HONDURAS WITH UWO ALTERNATIVE BREAK.
Women's soccer and track and field student-athlete Katelyn Fladten traveled to Honduras with the UWO Alternative Break during January. Fladten and the rest of the group brought 18 suitcases of donated items to Honduras. This year, they partnered with OYE (Organization for Youth Empowerment) to work with an organization called Proniño. Proniño is a home for street children (mostly boys).