Wisconsin–Parkside Rangers

intercollegiate sports teams of University of Wisconsin–Parkside

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Parkside Rangers
Logo
UniversityUniversity of Wisconsin–Parkside
ConferenceGreat Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Independent (wrestling)
NCAADivision II
Athletic directorAndrew Gavin
LocationSomers, Wisconsin
Varsity teams13
Basketball arenaDeSimone Gymnasium
Baseball stadiumOberbrunner Field
Softball stadiumCase Softball Complex
Soccer stadiumWood Road Field
Other arenasPetretti Fieldhouse
MascotRanger Bear
NicknameRangers
ColorsGreen and White
   
Websitewww.parksiderangers.com

The Parkside Rangers (previously Wisconsin–Parkside Rangers or UW–Parkside Rangers) are the athletic teams that represent the University of Wisconsin–Parkside, located in Kenosha, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Rangers compete as members of Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for 12 of 13 sports; the wrestling team competes as an independent.

UW–Parkside has been a member of the GLIAC since 2018, at which time it adopted its current athletic branding as "Parkside". The Rangers were previously members of the Great Lakes Valley Conference.

Nickname

UW–Parkside's nickname is the Rangers. The university's mascot, depicted by a brown bear in a Parkside jersey, is Ranger Bear. In January 2011 Ranger Bear qualified for the first time for the Universal Cheer Association Mascot Nationals, where he took third place.

Varsity teams

List of teams

Conference championships

UW–Parkside teams have won GLVC championships in women's cross country (2007) and women's soccer (2008).

UWP teams have yet to win a national championship at the Division II level. However, Ranger athletes have won a total of 5 individual NCAA championships: one in women's indoor track and field and four in wrestling.[1]

References

  1. ^ "CHAMPIONSHIP SUMMARY" (PDF). NCAA Statistics website. Retrieved January 31, 2016.

External links

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