Oshkosh Michigan Sports
Ben Stelzer is a member of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletics Hall of Fame and the U-M men's basketball program, which was inducted in 2009. Jirschele was elected to the WIAC All-Centennial Team in 2012 and has earned two honors in America. He has helped the Wisconsin State College Athletic Association (WSCAA) win three national championships and three state championships in his four seasons with the team that has won 11 Midwest Conference titles. In addition to supporting the Washington State University-St. Cloud State baseball program, he has also helped the Wisconsin football team win two NCAA Division I championships.
The College Sports Information Directors of America also elected him to the Academic All-America Second Team of the College Football Writers' Association (CWSWA) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Jarocki - Hughes has been named to the All-Big Ten Conference first team three times (2004, 2005) and holds the school record for shot put (1,000) in a season and qualifies for the NCAA Division I - A championship in both the men's and women's shot put.
In addition to earning 17 All-America honors from 2003-06, Jarocki-Hughes is a two-time state selection who ranks 37th in the nation in both the men's and women's 1,000-meter shot and shot put, as well as second on Michigan's All-State team in each of the past three years. Jarocksi and Hughes, who competed in shot put at the 2008 U.S. Olympics, became the first ever Michigan Athletics Hall of Fame inductees in 2017 and the first-ever All-America selection to be inducted into the school.
The Oshkosh North High School graduate scored 1,797 points, including 182 3-point baskets, for the Titans, who ranked third in the nation in scoring (1.5 points per game) and assists (2.1). He became the first player in Michigan basketball history to score more than 1,000 points in a season in both the men's and women's games. He leads OshKosh Lourdes and holds the school record for most points scored in a school history game with 2,073.
The Titans had a 24-4 record last season, the best record in program history, and won the conference title, making it to the NCAA Division II playoffs for the first time since 2009-10.
Stelzer was named an All-American by the National Basketball Coaches Association and was selected as one of the nation's top 10 players by the Women's and Men's Basketball Conference at both the 2015-16 NCAA Division II Women's Tournament. She was named WIAC Intercollegiate Field Athlete of the Year and was named to the conference's first team for the first time in her career. D3Hoop.com also selected her as an All-Star team - Central Region First Team, and she was also named first-team selection by D2Hoop.org, the Women's, D1HOP, and the USA Basketball Association, as well as second-team selection by USA Today Sports. Wisconsin Institute of Technology athletic director Kaitlyn Schmitt, Stelzer's teammate and teammate, was named the WIAC Field Athletes of the Meet.
McGrath used his four years at the University of Oshkosh to win a national championship, win eight All-America honors and win two conference titles. McGrath was a member of the Titans coaching staff and won 35 games, including the 2003 season when they set a 37-8 record and finished fifth in the World Series in Appleton.
Albion won four national championships among college teams, four conference championships and two Big Ten Conference championships during his time at Albion. Albion has won the NCAA tournament three times in the past four years and won the national championship three times. Ziebell earned the chance to be a member of the U-M men's basketball team for the first time last season after playing in all four regular-season games against the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His career-best performance came on Jan. 1, when he scored 34 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, both career-best performances, in a win over the Spartans.
Neveau, 5-11, was a standout defensive player at Oshkosh North and helped the Spartans to a 78-23 record. Stelzer, Leyma, Basquet and Coruna each played one pro season in the NBA after graduating from Michigan Tech in 2015. He worked as a guard and scouted opponents and worked with the guards last season, when UW-OshKosh set a 25-8 record and advanced to the NCAA tournament for the first time in program history. He has since returned to Michigan Tech and served as the Huskies' assistant coach during the 2016-17 basketball season and the 2017-18 U-M season.
Lund was named WIAC Pitcher of the Year in 2007 when he won the NCAA Division III He struck out 294 in the 2006 season, setting a WIAC record, and he became the school's all-time single-game record for strikeouts in a single game (22) and strikeout 22 batters to establish the league's only mark. Glysch posted a 24-8 record in his final season at UW-Oshkosh, helping the Spartans to their first-ever trip to the conference championship game.