Sports in Wisconsin

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Wisconsin sports includes numerous professional and amateur sporting teams, events, and venues located in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.

Professional teams[edit]

Wisconsin is represented by major league teams in the three most popular spectator sports in the United States: American football, baseball, and basketball. The Green Bay Packers have been part of the National Football League since the league's second season in 1921 and currently hold the record for the most NFL titles, earning the city of Green Bay the nickname "Titletown".

Club City Sport League Championships
Beloit Snappers Beloit Baseball Midwest League 1
Green Bay Blizzard Green Bay Indoor football Indoor Football League 0
Green Bay Packers Green Bay Football National Football League 13
Milwaukee Admirals Milwaukee Ice hockey American Hockey League 2
Milwaukee Bombers Milwaukee Australian rules football United States Australian Football League/Mid American Australian Football League 2
Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Baseball Major League Baseball 0
Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Basketball National Basketball Association 1
Milwaukee Wave Milwaukee Indoor Soccer Major Arena Soccer League 5
Wisconsin Herd Oshkosh Basketball NBA G League 0
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Appleton Baseball Midwest League 7

Former professional teams[edit]

Club City Sport League Championships History
Milwaukee Braves Milwaukee Baseball Major League Baseball 1957 Moved to Atlanta and are now the Atlanta Braves
Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Baseball Western League
(now Major League Baseball)
Moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and became the St. Louis Browns; moved to Baltimore and are now the Baltimore Orioles
Milwaukee Grays Milwaukee Baseball National League (now part of Major League Baseball) Defunct
Milwaukee Hawks Milwaukee Basketball National Basketball Association Moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and became the St. Louis Hawks; moved to Atlanta and are now the Atlanta Hawks
Madison Hatters Madison Baseball Midwest League Moved to Midland, Michigan, and are now the Great Lakes Loons
Madison Muskies Madison Baseball Midwest League Moved to Comstock Park, Michigan, and are now the West Michigan Whitecaps
Wausau Mets/Timbers Wausau Baseball Midwest League 1981 Moved to Geneva, Illinois, and are now the Kane County Cougars
Wisconsin Rapids Senators/Twins Wisconsin Rapids/
Kenosha
Baseball Midwest League 1973 1985 1987 Moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana, and are now the Fort Wayne TinCaps
Duluth–Superior Dukes Superior-Duluth Baseball Northern League 1997 Split time with Duluth, Minnesota; moved to Kansas City, Kansas, and are now the Kansas City T-Bones
Madison Black Wolf Madison Baseball Northern League Moved to Lincoln, Nebraska, and are now the Lincoln Saltdogs
Kenosha Mammoths Kenosha Baseball Frontier League Moved to Ozark, Missouri, and became the Springfield-Ozark Ducks; moved to the Ohio Valley, shared time between Lorain, Ohio, Marietta, Ohio, and Lafayette, Indiana, and become the Ohio Valley Redcoats; team suspended operations
Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Baseball American Association 1913, 1914, 1936, 1944, 1947, 1951, 1952 Moved to Toledo, Ohio, and became the Toledo Mud Hens; moved to Wichita, Kansas, and became the Wichita Braves; moved to Fort Worth, Texas, and became the Fort Worth Cats; moved to Dallas, Texas, and were the Dallas Rangers for the rest of the team's existence
Madison Kodiaks Madison Ice hockey United Hockey League Moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan, and are now the Kalamazoo Wings
Milwaukee Wave United Milwaukee Soccer USL First Division Defunct
Beloit Fairies[1] Beloit Football National Football League Defunct
Kenosha Maroons Kenosha Football National Football League Defunct
Milwaukee Badgers Milwaukee Football National Football League Defunct
Racine Legion/Tornadoes Racine Football National Football League Defunct
Milwaukee Chiefs Milwaukee Football American Football League Defunct
Sheboygan Redskins Sheboygan Basketball National Basketball Association/
National Basketball League/
National Professional Basketball League
1943, 1951 Defunct
Milwaukee Mustangs (1994–2001) Milwaukee Arena football Arena Football League Defunct
Milwaukee Mustangs (2009–12) Milwaukee Arena football Arena Football League Defunct
La Crosse Night Train/
Wisconsin Locomotives
La Crosse Indoor football National Indoor Football League/
American Professional Football League
Defunct
La Crosse Spartans La Crosse Indoor football Indoor Football League Defunct
Kenosha Comets Kenosha Baseball All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Defunct
Racine Belles Racine Baseball All-American Girls Professional Baseball League 1943, 1946 Moved to Battle Creek, Michigan, and became the Battle Creek Belles; moved to Muskegon, Michigan, and were the Muskegon Belles for the rest of the team's existence
Milwaukee Chicks Milwaukee Baseball All-American Girls Professional Baseball League 1944 Moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan, and were the Grand Rapids Chicks for the rest of the team's existence
Milwaukee Bears Milwaukee Baseball Negro National League Defunct
Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Baseball Union Association Defunct
Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Baseball American Association
Oshkosh All-Stars Oshkosh Basketball National Basketball League 1941, 1942 Defunct
Green Bay Bombers Green Bay Football Professional Indoor Football League/
Indoor Football League
1999 Defunct
Madison Mad Dogs Madison Football Professional Indoor Football League/
Indoor Football League
Defunct
La Crosse River Rats La Crosse Football Indoor Football League Defunct
La Crosse Catbirds La Crosse Basketball Continental Basketball Association 1990, 1992 Moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and were the Pittsburgh Hardhats for the rest of the team's existence
La Crosse Bobcats La Crosse Basketball Continental Basketball Association Defunct
Wisconsin Flyers Oshkosh Basketball Continental Basketball Association Moved to Rochester, Minnesota, and became the Rochester Flyers; moved to Omaha, Nebraska, and became the Omaha Racers for the rest of the team's existence
Eau Claire Cardinals/
Bears/Braves
Eau Claire Baseball Northern League 1910, 1949, 1951, 1962 Defunct
Superior Blues Superior Baseball Northern League 1911, 1933, 1938, 1952 Defunct
Wausau Lumberjacks Wausau Baseball Northern League 1941 Defunct
Duluth–Superior Dukes Superior-Duluth Baseball Northern League 1969, 1970 Split time with Duluth, Minnesota; defunct
Superior-Duluth White Sox Superior-Duluth Baseball Northern League 1956 Split time with Duluth, Minnesota; defunct
Sultans Green Bay Baseball Prairie League Defunct
Green Bay Blue Jays/
Dodgers
Green Bay Baseball Illinois–Indiana–Iowa League Defunct
Madison Blues Madison Baseball Illinois–Indiana–Iowa League Defunct
Sheboygan Indians Sheboygan Baseball Wisconsin State League 1941, 1942 Defunct
Appleton Papermakers Appleton Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Beloit Collegians Beloit Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Eau Claire/Chippewa Falls Orphans Eau Claire/Chippewa Falls Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Eau Claire Tigers Eau Claire Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Fond du Lac Panthers Fond du Lac Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Fond du Lac Webfoots Fond du Lac Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Green Bay Blue Jays/Blue Sox Green Bay Baseball Wisconsin State League 1953
Green Bay Colts Green Bay Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Green Bay Orphans Green Bay Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Janesville Bears Janesville Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct[2]
Janesville Cubs Janesville Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct[3]
La Crosse Blackhawks La Crosse Baseball Wisconsin State League 1940 Defunct
La Crosse Pinks La Crosse Baseball Wisconsin State League/Wisconsin–Illinois League Defunct
La Crosse Badgers La Crosse Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Oshkosh Giants Oshkosh Baseball Wisconsin State League 1950 Defunct
Wisconsin Rapids White Sox Wisconsin Rapids Baseball Wisconsin State League Defunct
Madison Senators Madison Baseball Wisconsin State League/
Wisconsin–Illinois League
Defunct
Oshkosh Indians Oshkosh Baseball Wisconsin State League/
Wisconsin–Illinois League
Defunct
Wausau Lumberjacks Wausau Baseball Wisconsin State League/
Wisconsin–Illinois League
Defunct
Fond du Lac Cubs/Giants/
Mudhens/Molls
Fond du Lac Baseball Wisconsin–Illinois League Defunct
Green Bay Bays Green Bay Baseball Wisconsin–Illinois League Defunct
Green Bay Tigers Green Bay Baseball Wisconsin–Illinois League
Marinette-Menominee Twins Marinette-Menominee Baseball Wisconsin–Illinois League Split time with Menominee, Michigan; defunct
Milwaukee Creams Milwaukee Baseball Wisconsin–Illinois League
Malted Milks/
Belles
Racine Baseball Wisconsin–Illinois League Defunct
Kenosha Northern Ice Kenosha Football Women's Professional Football League Defunct
Kenosha Riveters Kenosha Football Women's Professional Football League 2003 Defunct
Madison Monsters Madison Ice hockey United Hockey League/
Colonial Hockey League
Moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, and were the Knoxville Speed for the rest of the team's existence
Wisconsin Blast Appleton Basketball International Basketball League Defunct
Milwaukee Does Milwaukee Basketball Women's Professional Basketball League Defunct
Milwaukee Clarks Milwaukee Ice hockey Eastern Hockey League/
International Hockey League
Defunct
Milwaukee Chiefs Milwaukee Ice hockey International Hockey League Defunct
Milwaukee Falcons Milwaukee Ice hockey International Hockey League Defunct
Milwaukee Sea Gulls Milwaukee Ice hockey United States Hockey League Defunct
Milwaukee Wings Milwaukee Ice hockey Continental Hockey League Defunct
Madison Blues Madison Ice hockey Continental Hockey League Defunct
Kenosha Flyers/Chargers Kenosha Ice hockey Continental Hockey League Defunct
Janesville Jets Janesville Ice hockey Continental Hockey League Defunct[4]
Green Bay Ice Green Bay Ice hockey American Hockey Association Defunct
Milwaukee Rampage Milwaukee Soccer USL First Division 1997, 2002 Defunct
Milwaukee Wave United Milwaukee Soccer A-League Defunct
Wisconsin Rebels Menasha Soccer Premier Development League Defunct
Milwaukee Copper Hearth Milwaukee Softball Professional Slow Pitch Softball League Defunct
Milwaukee Schlitz Milwaukee Softball Professional Slow Pitch Softball League 1979, 1980, 1982 Defunct
Milwaukee Blue Waves Milwaukee Inline Hockey Roller Hockey International
Milwaukee Bonecrushers Milwaukee Football Continental Indoor Football League Moved to Villa Park, Illinois, as the Chicago Cardinals
Wisconsin Wolfpack Madison Football Continental Indoor Football League
Wisconsin Woflpack Waukesha Football Mid Continental Football League
Wisconsin Warriors Kenosha Football Independent Women's Football League
Wisconsin Wolves Madison Football Independent Women's Football League

College sports[edit]

National Collegiate Athletic Association[edit]

Wisconsin is also rich in college sports. Below are Wisconsin's teams participating in the NCAA:

School Nickname Division Conference Championships
University of Wisconsin–Madison Badgers I Big Ten Conference/Western Collegiate Hockey Association/Independent Men's Basketball–1941

Boxing–1939, 1942, 1943, 1947, 1948, 1952, 1954, 1956
Men's Cross Country–1982, 1983, 1985, 1988, 2005, 2011
Men's Ice Hockey–1973, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1990, 2006
Men's Indoor Track & Field–2007
Men's Rowing–1951, 1959, 1966, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1986, 1990, 2008
Men's Soccer–1995
Men's Ultimate Frisbee–2003, 2007, 2008 (This is a club team known as the Wisconsin Hodags)[5]
Women's Cross Country–1984, 1985
Women's Ice Hockey–2006, 2007, 2009, 2011
Women's Rowing–2006, 2008, 2009

Individual champions include...

Boxing—Bobby Fadner, 1936; Gene Rankin, 1939, 1941, 1942; Omar Crocker, 1939; Woody Swancutt, 1939, 1940; Truman Torgeson, 1939; Nick Lee, 1940; Warren Jollymore, 1942; Cliff Lutz, 1942, 1943, 1947; George Makris, 1942, 1943; Don Miller, 1943; Myron Miller, 1943; Verdayne John, 1943; John Lendenski, 1947; Steve Gremban, 1948; Don Dickinson, 1948; Calvin Vernon, 1948; Vito Parisi, 1948; Bob Rank, 1951, 1952; Bob Morgan, 1952; Pat Streenan, 1953; Ray Zale, 1953; Bob Meath, 1954, Dean Plemmons, 1956; Dick Bartman, 1956; Vince Ferguson, 1956; Orville Pitts, 1956; Truman Sturdevant, 1956; Charles Mohr, 1959; Brown McGhee, 1960; Jerry Turner, 1960
Men's Cross Country—Tim Hacker, 1985; Simon Bairu, 2004, 2005
Men's Indoor Track & Field individual champions—Ray Arrington, 1967, 1968, 1969; Mark Winzenried, 1970, 1971; Pat Matzdorf, 1971; Jason Casiano, 1996; Chris Solinsky, 2005, 2006, 2007
Men's Outdoor Track & Field individual champions—Lloyd Wilder, 1921; Chuck Fenske, 1937; Walter Mehl, 1939; Bobby Ray, 1944; Don Gehrmann, 1948, 1949, 1950; Walter Deike, 1952; Pat Matzdorf, 1970; Mark Winzenried, 1971; Skip Kent, 1973; Randy Jackson, 1980; Donovan Bergstrom, 1993; Pascal Dobert, 1997; James Dunkleberger, 1997; Reggie Torian, 1997; Chris Solinsky, 2006, 2007
Men's Swimming—Winston Kratz, 1927; Fred Westphal, 1959
Wrestling—Rick Lawinger, 1974; Pat Christenson, 1976; Jack Reinwand, 1976; Lee Kemp, 1976, 1977, 1978; Jim Haines, 1977; Ron Jeidy, 1978; Andy Rein, 1980; Jim Jordan, 1985, 1986; Dave Lee, 1989; Matt Demaray, 1991, 1992; Jeff Walter, 1996; Danny Pritzlaff, 2000, 2001; Andrew Howe, 2010
Women's Cross Country--Cathy Branta, 1984; Kathy Butler, 1995; Erica Palmer, 1999
Women's Indoor Track & Field individual champions—Pat Johnson, 1980, 1981; Pam Moore, 1981; Cathy Branta, 1984; Stephanie Herbst, 1986; Suzy Favor Hamilton, 1987, 1989, 1990 (two events); Clare Eichner, 1993 (two events); Amy Wickus, 1993, 1995
Women's Outdoor Track & Field individual champions—Pat Johnson, 1982; Rose Thomson, 1982; Cathy Branta, 1984, 1985, 1986; Stephanie Herbst, 1986 (two events); Suzy Favor Hamilton, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 (two events); Sue Gentes, 1982; Clare Eichner, 1993 (two events); Kim Sherman, 1993; Kathy Butler, 1995, 1996, 1997; Amy Wickus, 1995
Women's Swimming—D’Lynn Damron, 1970, 1973; Peggy Anderson, 1976; Maggie Meyer, 2011

Individual team event champions include...

Badminton—French & Allison, 1981, 1982
Men's Rowing—Freshmen 8, 1900, 1907, 1964, 1972, 1973, 1979, 1983, 1985; Varsity 8, 1951, 1959, 1966, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1990, 2008; Second Varsity 8, 1973, 1974, 1986; Varsity 4, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1990, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003; Varsity 2, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1988, 1998, 2003; Open 4+, 1986, 1999, 2000, 2001; Freshmen 4+, 1989, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000; Varsity Light 8, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 Varsity Light 4+, 2011, 2012
Men's Indoor Track & Field—Two-mile Relay, 1976; Distance Medley Relay, 1985; 4x800-meter Relay, 1992
Women's Rowing—Varsity 8, 1975, 1986; Novice 8, 1979, 1980; 1985; Junior Varsity 8, 1980, 1986; Middle 4 w/coxswain, 1980; Novice 4, 1993, 1995, 1996
Women's Indoor Track & Field–4x800-meter Relay, 1981; Two-mile Relay, 1982; 4x800-meter Relay, 1993; Distance Medley Relay, 1996
Women's Outdoor Track & Field–4x800-meter Relay, 1981[6]

Marquette University Golden Eagles I Big East Conference Men's Basketball–1970, 1977

Women's Basketball–2008
13 individual track champions (years unknown)

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Panthers I Horizon League
University of Wisconsin–Green Bay Phoenix I Horizon League/Independent
University of Wisconsin–Parkside Rangers II Great Lakes Valley Conference/Independent 75 (years and sports unknown)
Maranatha Baptist Bible College Crusaders II/III Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference/Northern Wrestling Association
Alverno College Inferno III Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference
Beloit College Buccaneers III Midwest Conference
Carroll University Pioneers III Midwest Conference
Carthage College Red Men/Lady Reds III College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin/Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association/Independent
Concordia University Wisconsin Falcons III Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference
Edgewood College Eagles III Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference
Lakeland College Muskies III Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference/Northern Wrestling Association
Lawrence University Vikings III Midwest Conference
Marian University Sabers III Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference/Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association
Milwaukee School of Engineering Raiders III Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference/Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association
Mount Mary College Blue Angels III Independent
Northland College Lumberjacks/Lumberjills III Upper Midwest Athletic Conference/Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association/Independent
Ripon College Red Hawks III Midwest Conference
St. Norbert College Green Knights III Midwest Conference/Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Men's Ice Hockey–1998, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2011
University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire Blugolds III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/Northern Collegiate Hockey Association/Independent Men's Golf–2001

Men's Ice Hockey–1984, 2013
Men's Indoor Track & Field–2015
Women's Cross Country–1984, 2009
Softball–2008
Women's Swimming & Diving–1983, 1987, 1988[7]

University of Wisconsin–La Crosse Eagles (formerly the Indians) III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men's Bowling–1967, 1968, 1969

Men's Cross Country–1996, 2001, 2005
Football–1985^ (Div. II), 1992, 1995
Men's Gymnastics–1975, 1976, 1977
Men's Indoor Track & Field–1987, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014
Men's Outdoor Track & Field–1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2013
Women's Basketball–1981
Women's Cross Country–1983
Women's Gymnastics–1986, 1988, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015
Women's Indoor Track & Field–2015
Women's Outdoor Track & Field–1982, 1983, 1984[8]
4 additional Men's Indoor Track & Field (years unknown)
Tori Neubauer won individual championships in Women's Cross Country in 1982 and 1983
Brett Altergott won an individual championship in Men's Cross Country in 1997
19 more championships (sports and years unknown)

University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh Titans III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/Independent Baseball–1985, 1994

Men's Cross Country–1988, 1989, 1990, 2002
Men's Gymnastics–1973, 1974, 1978, 1979, 1980 (and NCAA Div. II), 1981 (and NCAA Div. II), 1982 (and NCAA Div. II), 1983
Men's Indoor Track & Field–2009
Men's Outdoor Track & Field–2009
Women's Basketball–1996
Women's Cross Country–1987, 1988, 1991, 1996
Women's Gymnastics–1980, 1986, 1989, 2007
Women's Indoor Track & Field–1994, 1995, 1996, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2011, 2013, 2014
Women's Outdoor Track & Field–1990, 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2011[9]
Mary Levian won 9 individual championships in Women's Gymnastics from 1986 to 1988;
Laura Horejs won an individual championship in Women's Cross Country in 1991
Tiffany Speckman won an individual championship in Women's Cross Country in 1997

University of Wisconsin–Platteville Pioneers III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/Independent Men's Basketball–1991, 1995, 1998, 1999[10]
University of Wisconsin–River Falls Falcons III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Men's Ice Hockey–1983, 1988, 1994

Women's Outdoor Track & Field–2008[11]

University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point Pointers III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Men's Basketball–2004, 2005, 2010, 2015

Men's Ice Hockey–1989, 1990, 1991, 1993
Women's Basketball–1987, 2002
Softball–1998[12]
Arnie Schraeder won an individual championship in Men's Cross Country in 1986

University of Wisconsin–Stout Blue Devils III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Men's Gymnastics–1984[13]
University of Wisconsin–Superior Yellowjackets III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/Northern Collegiate Hockey Association/Independent Men's Ice Hockey–1976, 2002[14]
University of Wisconsin–Whitewater Warhawks III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/Independent Baseball–2005, 2014

Men's Basketball–1984, 1989, 2012, 2014
Football–2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014
Women's Golf–1985
Women's Gymnastics–2012, 2013, 2014
Women's Volleyball–2002, 2005[15]

Wisconsin Lutheran College Warriors III Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics[edit]

School Nickname Conference Championships
Cardinal Stritch University Wolves Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference
Viterbo University V-Hawks Midwest Collegiate Conference

National Christian College Athletic Association[edit]

School Nickname Division Championships
Northland International University Pioneers II Men's Soccer–1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004

United States Collegiate Athletic Association[edit]

School Nickname Championships
Silver Lake College Lakers

Wisconsin Collegiate Conference[edit]

School Nickname
University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County Fighting Spirits
University of Wisconsin-Barron County Chargers
University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac Falcons
University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley Cyclones
University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc Blue Devils
University of Wisconsin-Marathon County Huskies
University of Wisconsin-Marinette Buccaneers
University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County Marauders
University of Wisconsin-Richland Roadrunners
University of Wisconsin-Rock County Rattlers
University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan Wombats
University of Wisconsin-Washington County Wildcats
University of Wisconsin-Waukesha Cougars

Italics – also a member of the Wisconsin Junior College Athletic Association

Wisconsin Junior College Athletic Association[edit]

School Nickname Championships
Madison Area Technical College Wolfpack 1974 (Baseball), 1974 (Golf), 1975 (Golf), 1977 (Baseball), 1978 (Women's Basketball), 1978 (Golf), 1979 (Baseball), 1979 (Women's Basketball), 1980 (Women's Volleyball), 1982 (Baseball), 1982 (Golf), 1983 (Men's Basketball), 1983 (Baseball), 1984 (Men's Basketball), 1985 (Baseball), 1985 (Women's Basketball), 1986 (Men's Basketball), 1986 (Baseball), 1986 (Women's Basketball), 1987 (Women's Basketball), 1988 (Baseball), 1988 (Women's Basketball), 1988 (Golf), 1989 (Men's Basketball), 1990 (Women's Basketball), 1990 (Women's Volleyball), 1991 (Women's Basketball), 1992 (Baseball), 1992 (Golf), 1993 (Baseball), 1994 (Baseball), 1994 (Golf), 1995 (Baseball), 1995 (Golf), 1995 (Women's Volleyball), 1996 (Women's Basketball), 1996 (Baseball), 1996 (Golf), 1996 (Women's Volleyball), 1997 (Women's Basketball), 1997 (Baseball), 1997 (Golf), 1998 (Men's Basketball), 1998 (Women's Basketball), 1998 (Golf), 1998 (Soccer), 1999 (Baseball), 1999 (Women's Basketball), 1999 (Men's Basketball), 1999 (Soccer), 2000 (Baseball), 2000 (Soccer), 2001 (Baseball), 2002 (Baseball), 2002 (Golf), 2002 (Soccer), 2003 (Baseball), 2003 (Golf), 2003 (Soccer), 2004 (Women's Basketball), 2004 (Baseball), 2004 (Women's Basketball), 2004 (Golf), 2005 (Baseball), 2005 (Golf), 2006 (Men's Basketball), 2006 (Baseball), 2006 (Golf), 2006 (Soccer), 2006 (Women's Volleyball), 2007 (Baseball) 2007 (Golf)
University of Wisconsin–Rock County Rattlers 1987 (Women's Volleyball)
University of Wisconsin–Waukesha Cougars

Italics – also a member of the Wisconsin Technical College Conference

Wisconsin Technical College Conference[edit]

School Nickname Championships
Fox Valley Technical College Fighting Foxes
Madison Area Technical College Wolfpack
Milwaukee Area Technical College Stormers
Western Technical College Cavaliers

Notable semi-professional and amateur leagues[edit]

Club Sport League Championships
Eau Claire Express Baseball Northwoods League 2010
Lakeshore Chinooks Baseball Northwoods League 2014
Green Bay Bullfrogs Baseball Northwoods League
Kenosha Kingfish Baseball Northwoods League 2015
La Crosse Loggers Baseball Northwoods League
Madison Mallards Baseball Northwoods League 2004, 2013
Wisconsin Woodchucks Baseball Northwoods League 2001, 2003
Wisconsin Rapids Rafters Baseball Northwoods League 2016
Racine Raiders Football North American Football League 1954, 1956, 1964, 1965, 1981, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2006
Green Bay Gamblers Ice hockey United States Hockey League 1963, 1973, 1996, 1997, 2000
Madison Capitols Ice hockey United States Hockey League
Janesville Jets Ice hockey North American Hockey League
Central Wisconsin Saints Ice hockey Great Lakes Hockey League
Eagle River Falcons Ice hockey Great Lakes Junior Hockey League
Fond du Lac Bears Ice hockey Great Lakes Hockey League
Fox Cities Ice Dogs Ice hockey Great Lakes Hockey League
Green Bay Deacons Ice hockey Great Lakes Hockey League 2009
Madison Blues Ice hockey Great Lakes Hockey League
Mosinee Papermakers Ice hockey Great Lakes Hockey League
West Bend Bombers Ice hockey Great Lakes Hockey League
Wisconsin Rampage Ice hockey Great Lakes Junior Hockey League
Eau Claire Aris FC Soccer National Premier Soccer League
Milwaukee Bavarians Soccer National Premier Soccer League 2
Madison 56ers Soccer National Premier Soccer League
Madison Radicals Ultimate American Ultimate Disc League

Motor racing venues[edit]

Two world championships are held in Wisconsin. The World Championship Snowmobile Derby is held at Eagle River, Wisconsin. The world championship off-road racing event is held at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway.

The Milwaukee Mile, an oval track opened in 1903, is the second oldest operating motorsports venue in the world, having hosted the IndyCar Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series. Road America, a road course opened in 1955, currently hosts the IndyCar Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and SCCA Pirelli World Challenge.

Track Location
Milwaukee Mile West Allis
Madison International Speedway Oregon
Dells Raceway Park Wisconsin Dells
Road America Elkhart Lake
Wisconsin International Raceway Kaukauna
Crandon International Off-Road Raceway Crandon
Great Lakes Dragaway Union Grove
Slinger Super Speedway Slinger
Angell Park Speedway Sun Prairie
Cedar Lake Speedway New Richmond
La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway West Salem
State Park Speedway Wausau
Golden Sands Speedway Wisconsin Rapids
Shawano Speedway Shawano
Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway Oshkosh
Gravity Park USA Chilton
Central Wisconsin Raceway Unity
Langlade County Speedway Antigo
ABC Raceway Ashland
Beaver Dam Raceway Beaver Dam
Dodge County Fairgrounds Beaver Dam
Eagle River Speedway Eagle River
Rock Falls Raceway Eau Claire
Mississippi Thunder Speedway Fountain City
Jefferson Speedway Cambridge
Luxemburg Tri-Star Speedway Luxemburg
Manitowoc County Expo Speedway Manitowoc
Marshfield Motor Speedway Marshfield
Red Cedar Speedway Menomonie
Plymouth Dirt Track Plymouth
Rice Lake Speedway Rice Lake
Seymour Speedway Seymour
Thunderhill Speedway Sturgeon Bay
Superior Speedway Superior
TNT Speedway Three Lakes
Excalibur Speedway Tomah
Tomahawk Speedway Tomahawk
Wilmot Raceway Wilmot
Badger Raceway Dousman
Eau Claire Raceway Eau Claire
Flying Pines Kart Raceway Balsam Lake
GSR Kartway Clintonville
Highway 13 Raceway South Range
Hi-Go Raceway Cecil
Meadowview Kartway Hilbert
Sugar River Raceway Brodhead
Thunderhill Speedway Downsville
USA International Raceway Shawano
Coulee Go-Kart Raceway West Salem
141 Speedway Maribel
Eagle Valley Speedway Jim Falls
Grant County Speedway Lancaster
Kopellah Speedway St. Croix Falls
Lafayette County Speedway Darlington
Chilton Speedway Chilton

Former venues[edit]

Track Location
Lake Geneva Raceway Lake Geneva
Janesville Airport Janesville
Griffith Park [1] Wisconsin Rapids
Cedarburg Fireman's Park Cedarburg
Columbus 151 Speedway Columbus
Hales Corners Speedway Franklin
Ideal Race Track Pleasant Prairie
Elkhart Lake Street Course Elkhart Lake
Lynndale Farms Road Racing Course Pewaukee
Central Wisconsin Speedway Colby

Notable golf courses[edit]

Course Location
Whistling Straits Haven
Brown Deer Park Golf Course Milwaukee
Erin Hills Erin
Blue Mound Golf & Country Club Wauwatosa
Geneva National Golf Club Lake Geneva
Blackwolf Run Kohler
Janesville Country Club Janesville
Big Fish Golf Club Hayward
Eagle Springs Golf Resort Eagle
Green Bay Country Club Bellevue
Milwaukee Golf Course River Hills
University Ridge Golf Course Verona

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]