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Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Men's Basketball
at Olivet College
Olivet, Mich.
Sunday, November 29, 2015
Women's Basketball
at University of Chicago
Chicago, Ill.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Men's Basketball
at Illinois Institute of Technology
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Saturday, November 21, 2015
Women's Swimming and Diving
at Gustavus Invite
St. Peter, MN
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Men's Basketball
at Northland College
Ashland, Wis.
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Men's Swimming and Diving
at Gustavus Invite
Friday, November 20, 2015
Women's Volleyball
vs California Lutheran University
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Women's Volleyball
vs Randolph-Macon College
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Women's Basketball
vs Loras College
Kenosha, Wis.
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Brady Lindsley's 600th Combined Tennis Win
With a win over the Wheaton College (Ill.) men's team on April 23, 2015, Carthage tennis coach Brady Lindsley won his 600th combined men’s and women’s match.
Rob Wolter
Rob Wolter, who served as a part-time assistant men's and women's volleyball coach at Carthage in both 2009-10 and 2010-11, was named the head men's volleyball coach at Vassar College prior to the 2011-12 season.
Brady Lindsley's 300th Men's Tennis Victory
With a 9-0 decision over Millikin University on April 12, 2014, Carthage men's tennis coach Brady Lindsley won his 300th career match.
Indian Trail High School and Academy
Indian Trail High School and Academy in Kenosha, Wis., began its first year of varsity athletics in 2012-13, and seven of its 17 head coaches are Carthage graduates.  Two others are former part-time Carthage coaches, and Indian Trails athletic director is former Red Men football player Eric Corbett.
Augis Schmidt IV
With a 3-0 victory over Alma College on March 15, 2014, Carthage baseball coach Augie Schmidt IV became only the 15th coach in NCAA Division III history to reach the 800-victory plateau.  
Tony Buyniski
Tony Buyniski, '04, was named the Big Ten Conference's Director of Video Services in June 2013. Buyniski worked in the University of Illinois football video office from 2007 to 2011 and with the NFL Cincinnati Bengals in 2012. He was a graduate assistant coach/video coordinator for Carthage in 2005 and 2006 after serving three years as a student assistant coach.
Gurnee Warren Township Soccer
Warren Township High School in Gurnee, Ill., defeated Naperville Central High School, 2-1 in overtime, on Nov. 3, 2012 to win that school’s first-ever Illinois High School Association Class 3A state championship.  Warren Township head coach Jason Ahonen lettered on the 1999 Carthage team.  Blue Devils assistant coach Michael Armour lettered four times for the Red Men between 2005 and 2008, and assistant coach Aaron Ahonen is the brother of another former Carthage player, Eric Ahonen.
Brady Lindsley Wins No. 250
Carthage men's tennis coach Brady Lindsley won his 250th match on April 23, 2011 with a 9-0 win at Principia College.
Augie Schmidt IV Reaches 700 Wins
With a victory over Ohio Wesleyan University on March 6, 2010, Carthage College baseball coach Augie Schmidt IV will became only the 17th coach in NCAA Division III history to reach the 700-victory plateau.
Brotherly Love
Sixteen sets of brothers have played soccer for Carthage men's coach Steve Domin since 1995.
L.J. Marx
Carthage men's volleyball coach L.J. Marx won his 200th career match with a 3-2 decision over Rivier College in the quarterfinals of the 2014 NCAA Division III Men's Volleyball Championship in Huntingdon, Pa.
Leanne Ulmer's 400th Career Win
Carthage women's volleyball coach Leanne Ulmer picked up her 400th career win with a 3-0 decision over Clarke University on Oct. 25, 2014 at the Wisconsin-Oshkosh Invitational.
First NFL Playoff Game
John “Popeye” Wager, ‘31, was a lineman for the 1932 NFL Portsmouth (Ohio) Spartans, who played the Chicago Bears in the first-ever NFL post-season game.  The Spartans finished the regular season in a first-place tie with the Bears, whose owner, George Halas, had a playoff game scheduled and moved from Wrigley Field to an indoor contest at the Chicago Stadium.
Carthage's First Hole-in-One
Carthage men's golfer Don Huff scored the Red Men's first-ever hole-in-one on Oct. 10, 1981 against Lawrence University at Rainbow Springs in Mukwonago, Wis. Huff aced the third hole with a seven-iron.
Stephanie Kuzmanic and Kristi Schmidt
Stephanie Kuzmanic (1,060) and Kristi Schmidt (1,019) became the 21st and 22nd Carthage women’s basketball players to score 1,000 career points in 2014.
Stephanie Kuzmanic CCIW Most Outstanding
Carthage women’s basketball player Stephanie Kuzmanic is one of only three players in CCIW history to win the league’s “most outstanding player” award twice.
Jim Schultz
Wayne Schultz, father of Carthage men's volleyball player Jim Schultz, was named head men's and women's volleyball coach at the Milwaukee School of Engineering for 2013-14.
Carthage's 24th Varsity Sports Began in 2009-10
Carthage launched its 24th varsity sport in 2009-10, as the women's lacrosse team began varsity play.
Brooke Mix Scores Her Second Career Hole-in-0ne
Carthage College women's golfer Brooke Mix (Sr., Westfield, Ind.) scored a hole-in-one on Sept. 23, 2011 on the first day of the Wisconsin-Whitewater "Fall Fling."  Mix' ace came on the 130-yard 15th hole at the Riverside Golf Course in Janesville, Wis. It was the second collegiate hole-in-one for Mix, with the other coming on Sept. 4, 2009 on the 11th hole of the Foss Park Golf Course at the Robert Morris “Fall Classic.”
Bri Birsa
Former Carthage women's swimmer Bri Birsa, '11, was named Hendrix College's assistant swimming and diving coach in September 2013.
Emily Goetz
Former Carthage graduate assistant women's lacrosse coach Emily Goetz is now the head women's lacrosse coach at Loras College.
George Demos
George Demos, who lettered on the 2002 and 2003 Carthage soccer teams, is the director of special events for Reggie Jackson's Mr. October Foundation for Kids.
Greg Dirkse
Greg Dirkse, who lettered on the 1995-97 Carthage soccer teams, was elected to the school board in his hometown of Oostburg, Wis., in April 2012.
Sean Farrell
Former Carthage part-time assistant coach Sean Farrell was named head men's lacrosse coach at the Milwaukee School of Engineering, effective for the 2013-14 academic year.
Ryan Baumgartner
Former Carthage men's volleyball player Ryan Baumgartner, who lettered on the 2005-07 Red Men teams and was named American Volleyball Coaches Association second-team All-America in both 2006 and 2007, was named head women's volleyball coach at Dominican University (Ill.) prior to the 2011 season.
Coach Leanne Ulmer
Head women's volleyball coach Leanne Ulmer enters the 2013 season with a .788 winning percentage over 11 seasons, which was raned eighth among active NCAA Division III coaches thru 2011. Ulmer has won seven CCIW titles in 11 years at Carthage, including a shared title in 2004 and outright titles in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011.
Carthage Women's Basketball "Sweet 16"
Carthage women’s basketball is one of only eight teams to make three NCAA Division III "sweet 16" appearances between 2010 and 2014.
Carthage Turns on the Lights
Carthage added lights to its baseball facility in April 2010.  Assistant coach Cory Everts flipped the switch in the bottom of the eighth inning of an April 24 game versus Augustana College (Ill.), marking the first-ever use of the bulbs in a game situation.
Carthage Baseball in the NCAAs
The Carthage baseball team made its 18th NCAA regional appearance in 2011.
Doubling Up
With a school-record 12 doubles in the May 5, 2011 Lakeland game, the Carthage baseball team tied an NCAA III game record first set by Bridgewater State University versus the Massachusetts Maritime Academy on March 29, 1997.
Rob Lytle
Former University of Michigan football tailback Rob Lytle, who died on Nov. 20, 2010, played for the Denver Broncos Super Bowl XII team that lost to the Dallas Cowboys in 1978. Denver’s head coach that year was Robert “Red” Miller, who assisted Carthage head coach Art Keller from 1955 to 1957.
Kent Dernbach
Former Carthage basketball player Kent Dernbach (2002-03) was named an assistant men's basketball coach at Wisconsin-Stevens Point in October 2011.  Dernbach had been the Northern Illinois University Director of Men’s Basketball Operations. He held the same post at George Mason University from 2007 to 2009.
Tyler Frings
Former Carthage men's volleyball player Tyler Frings, who played for ther 2009-12 Red Men, was named the first Marian University (Wis.) men's volleyball coach in 2015.
Matt Ulmer
Former Carthage men’s volleyball player Matt Ulmer, ’07, the son of Lady Reds women’s volleyball coach Leanne Ulmer, was named as an assistant women’s volleyball coach at Oregon in February 2014.  Ulmer was an assistant at Long Beach State from 2007 to 2013.

Ben Chamness
Ben Chamness, who lettered on the 2003 and 2004 Carthage men's basketball teams, was named the boys basketball coach at Kenosha Tremper High School in 2013-14. Chamness was the coach at Kenosha Reuther High School in 2010-11 before serving as an assistant at Wisconsin-Parkside for two years.
Carthage Women's Basketball NCAA Field-Goal Percentage
Carthage women’s basketball led NCAA Division III in field goal percentage in both 2010 (.468) and 2012 (.462).
Ryan Baumgartner and Matt Ulmer
Former Carthage men’s volleyball players Ryan Baumgartner (2005-07) and Matt Ulmer (2005-07) were named 2013 American Volleyball Coaches Association “Under 30 Award” winners.  Baumgartner is the head women’s volleyball coach at Dominican University (Ill.) and Ulmer the head sand volleyball coach at NCAA Division I Long Beach State University.
Coach Bosko Djurickovic
Carthage men's basketball coach Bosko Djurickovic’s CCIW winning percentage entering the 2012-13 season (.661, 251-129) is the sixth-best in the 67-year history of the league, and his 251 wins placed him first among active conference coaches.
Paul Smith
Paul Smith, a member of Carthage’s inaugural men’s soccer team in 1981, was inducted into the Wisconsin Soccer Association Hall of Fame in 2010. A native of Racine, Wis., Smith set a Carthage game record that season by collecting four assists against Milton College on Oct. 21. Smith is currently the outdoors editor of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
John Neff
John Neff, father of Carthage men’s lacrosse coach David Neff, played football at Carthage High School under head coach Art Keller and coached Tim Rucks’ freshmen team at Waukegan West High School in 1975.  Keller coached the Carthage College football team from 1952 to 1982.  Rucks, who played for Keller at Carthage from 1979 to 1982, coached the Red Men from 1995 to 2012.  John Neff’s freshman year with the Blue Boys was Keller’s final season as a high school coach, and Keller was followed at Carthage High School by former Redmen running back Richard “Dick” Biery.
L.J. Marx Reaches 100 Wins
Carthage men's volleyball coach L.J. Marx won his 100th career match on April 9, 2010 with a 3-0 win over Fontbonne University in the semfinals of the M-III Volleyball Conference Tournament in Kenosha, Wis.
Little All-Americans

The Associated Press has named 17 Carthage football players "Little All-Americans" since 1938, including punter Tyler Funk, a 2010 honoree.

Coach Brady Lindsley
Carthage women's tennis coach Brady Lindsley won his 200th career match in the fall of 2009. Lindsley, with a 246-109 record heading into the fall 2013 portion of the season, has been named CCIW "Women's Tennis Coach of the Year" three times.
Men's Lacrosse Doubleheader
Carthage became only the second men’s lacrosse team in NCAA history to play two games in one day when the Red Men played both Birmingham-Southern College and Rhodes College on Feb. 23, 2013 in Memphis, Tenn. The only other previous time was by Washington College on April 3, 1993.
Red Men's 1,000th Basketball Win
With an 85-60 win over Concordia University (Wis.) on Nov. 28, 2009, Carthage won its 1,000th men's basketball game.  The program began in 1907.
Adam Brett Walker
Adam Brett Walker, the son of former Carthage football tailback Adam Walker (1981-84) and former Carthage high jumper Glynis Payne (1982-84), played minor league baseball in 2013 for the Minnesota Twins' Class A franchise in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Adam Walker, a former Carthage assistant coach. is currently the defensive coordinator at Concordia University (Wis.), and Payne was a 1999 inductee into the Carthage Athletic Hall of Fame.
Michelle Wenzel
Carthage women’s basketball player Michelle Wenzel became the Lady Reds’ all-time leader in field goal percentage in 2014 (.568).
Carthage's "Mr. Touchdown"
The last living member of Carthage's first football team, the 1895 squad, was William Simmons, "02.  Simmons was honored at a 1958 Carthage game for scoring the Red Men's first-ever home touchdown in an 18-0 win over Quincy University on Nov. 28, 1895 in Carthage, Ill.  Simmons scored on a 75-yard fumble recovery.
Andrew Gamarra
Andrew Gamarra, a part-time men's soccer coach at Carthage between 2010 and 2013, was named head women's soccer coach The Sage Colleges in August 2014.
Tim Bernero 200th Win
Carthage women’s basketball coach Tim Bernero won his 200th game on Feb. 28, 2014 versus Elmhurst in the CCIW tournament semifinals.
Leanne Ulmer's 300th win

Carthage women's volleyball coach Leanne Ulmer won her 300th career match with a 3-0 decision over Southwestern (Texas) on Sept. 16, 2011.

Steve Domin's 200th Win
Carthage head men's soccer coach Steve Domin won his 200th game with a 1-0 decision over Carleton College on Sept. 3, 2014 at Art Keller Field in Kenosha, Wis.
Tim Bernero 100th CCIW Win
With a win over North Park on Feb. 19, 2014, Carthage women’s basketball coach Tim Bernero became only the fifth coach to win 100 CCIW games. Among the five CCIW coaches who have won 100 or more games,  Bernero is ranked fourth in winning percentage (thru 2014).
Amanda Croix Named Army Assistant Coach
Former Carthage swimmer Amanda Croix was named an assistant swimming and diving coach at United State Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., in July 2011. She was also invited to compete in the July 2012 Olympic swimming trials in the 50-meter freestyle.
Caitlin Schober
Carthage College diver Caitlin Schober (Sr., Beloit, Wis./Memorial) was named “Miss Kenosha” on Jan. 26, 2013.
Lauren Hein
Lauren Hein, ’14, the former Lauren Chatham and a three-year Lady Reds lacrosse player between 2012 and 2014, was hired as Carthage’s head women’s lacrosse coach on Feb. 9, 2015.  At 24 years old, Hein is believed to be the youngest-ever Carthage head coach.
Carthage Women's Basketball Among 2014 National Stats Leaders
Carthage women’s basketball led NCAA Division III in three-point field goal percentage in 2014 (.393) and was second in field goal percentage (.497).