Stories by Jacob Munoz
Northwestern’s first-ever Big Ten Championship Game was injury-heavy, turnover-filled, and filled with both exciting highs and disappointing lows.
The Wildcats broke multiple school and personal records to beat six other schools in the TYR Invitational.
There’s a new identity for the Wildcats this season. The 2016-17 men’s basketball team, immortalized among the Northwestern faithful for ...
The Wildcats were outmatched in both games, with both the Illini and the Nittany Lions defeating them 3-0.
The Wildcats (3-0) dominated the Bearcats (1-3) early and cruised to a 82-54 win thanks to a strong team performance.
The Wildcats are the Big Ten West Champs.
On a two-game road trip out east, the Northwestern women’s volleyball team took on Maryland and Ohio State on Friday and Sunday, respectively.
The Wildcats traveled to Iowa on Wednesday and defeated the Hawkeyes in a close 3-2 match before taking down the Buckeyes on Sunday.
After season-opening losses against Michigan, the Northwestern men's and women's swimming and diving teams had a resounding rebound this weekend.
The Wildcats rallied from a 10-point deficit with under six minutes remaining to force overtime and beat the Huskers 34-31.
The Fighting Illini (15-2, 4-2) defeated the Wildcats (10-8, 0-6) in three straight sets on Saturday.
The fifth-ranked Golden Gophers (11-2, 5-0) got the job done, defeating the ’Cats (10-7, 0-5) in three sets: 25-19, 25-17, and 25-15.
With a week to recover from the befuddling loss against Akron, the Wildcats will need to play a near perfect game to keep up with the Wolverines.
The Wildcats fell at home to Akron 39-34 in a game that should rightfully upset fans of a program that has promised a competitive future.
NBN Sports breaks down what to watch for on offense and defense under the lights on Saturday night.
NBN Sports looks at key matchups and players to prepare you for kickoff.
This is a unique opener for Northwestern on Thursday night in West Lafayette. It’s the first opener against a Big ...
The Wildcats went 2-2 in a rollercoaster finish to their season at the Athens Regional in Georgia.
In the highest-scoring championship game in Big Ten Tournament history, No. 4 seed Northwestern (36-17) fell to No. 2 seed Minnesota (39-15) 9-6 on Sunday in Madison, Wisconsin.
The team will face off against the #2 seed Golden Gophers in the tournament’s finale, a team they went 2-1 against in a three-game March series.
NU softball's success this season has come in no small part thanks to Weinberg first-year phenom Rachel Lewis, who was recently named a unanimous selection to the All-Big Ten First Team.
From Friday to Sunday, Northwestern (34-16, 14-8 Big Ten) lost two of three games (by scores of 1-7, 4-2, 3-4) to the Badgers (27-20, 11-9 Big Ten) in the final regular season series before the conference tournament.
They took 3 of 4 W’s, in fact, in their final home games of the season versus Loyola-Chicago and Iowa. The Wildcats (32-14, 13-6 Big Ten) defeated the Ramblers (22-25) 4-1 while winning two of three (4-1, 0-3, 6-2) against the Hawkeyes (20-28, 6-13 Big Ten).
Northwestern’s softball program doesn’t have an official team number, but after their weekend series at Rutgers, they should consider it.
Northwestern softball (25-13, 8-5 B1G) wasn’t excused from the elements. What was supposed to be a three-game series against a No. 22 Ohio State team turned into a weather-delayed, partially-canceled mess.
Northwestern womens lacrosse will continue to have their eyes fixed on a goal that has eluded them since 2012: a national championship.
The team finished ninth out of 10 teams in overall points, their second straight ninth-place result.
“'If we’re gonna go out, we’re gonna go out swinging.'”
Junior Olivia Rosendahl became just the second Wildcat diver to ever win an event in the Big Ten Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
The women's basketball team couldn't match the men's Michigan upset in their face-off on Thursday.
The hope for two straight tournament trips isn’t dead just yet, folks.
This weekend's triple-dual meet was not kind to NU swimming and diving. But if there’s reason to stay optimistic after tough losses, it can be found in their time to prepare for the future.