Wisconsin–Whitewater Warhawks

Wisconsin–Whitewater Warhawks

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The Wisconsin–Whitewater Warhawks (casually known as the UWW Warhawks' or Whitewater Warhawks) are the athletic teams of the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater. A total of 20 Warhawk athletic teams compete in NCAA Division III. The Warhawks currently rank 32nd out of all NCAA Division III schools in this years NACDA Director's Cup standings.


The Warhawks compete in the WIAC conference of NCAA Division III football. In the 2005 and 2006 seasons, they finished the year undefeated in regular season play, losing only in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowls of 2005 and 2006 to Mount Union College, under former coach and UWW alum Bob Berezowitz (UWW 1967), who had quarterbacked the UWW team as the runner-up in 1966. Following the 2006 season, Berezowitz retired, and alum and former assistant Lance Leipold (UWW 1987) was named Warhawk head coach. The Warhawks opened with a victory, then suffered their first regular-season defeat since 2004, to NCAA Division II's St. Cloud State. The Warhawks followed this up, by going undefeated through the remainder of the season, including a come-from behind victory over then-number 6 UW–LaCrosse, and dominating then-number 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor. After finishing the regular season with a 9-1 record, and having a third consecutive 7-0 WIAC record, the UW–Whitewater Warhawks entered the NCAA Division III playoffs for the third consecutive time, ranked as the number two seed. The Warhawks won four home playoff games, including a...
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