Jeffrey Newholm
About Jeffrey Newholm
Hey there! I’m Jeff Newholm and depending on your point of view I’m blessed or cursed that my two favorite sports are outside the limelight. Being a UW-Whitewater grad (winter 2013) my first love was d3 college football, but over the last few years I have picked up a huge interest in woman’s basketball (Uconn being my favorite team as their 90 game winning streak helped show me how good a team can get in the woman’s game). I like all the sports everyone else likes (NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA basketball and football) but those two sports are where I really have a passion.
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Wisconsin Football – Always Bandwagon Room

October 22, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm Sports fans hear many insults. But some are universal: “fair weathered fan” and “bandwagon fan”. Anything but that! That’s a sure way to get made fun of at Bucks games (or anywhere, […]

Celtics Opener – New Frontier Of Dominance

October 17, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm Children’s shows and movies can be frustrating to adult viewers. No matter what pickle SpongeBob or Inspector Gadget find themselves in, it’s not hard to guess the script of their escape. Same […]

Brewers NLCS: “Opener” Closes Door

October 15, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm “Just once in his life, a man has his time. And my time is now-I’m coming alive!” This line from John Parr’s St. Almo’s Fire has always filled me with wonder. But I […]

Brewers Playoff Preview

October 4, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm “Get up get up get outta here CAUGHT!” Not Bob Eucker’s regular call? Perhaps not, but with the Brewers leading 3-1 in the division tiebreaker game, Brewer fans were begging for an […]

Lisa Borders Out At WNBA

October 3, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm WNBA president Lisa Borders unexpectedly resigned Wednesday, stunning a league still beaming from Seattle’s stirring championship and the US World Cup win. She took the position in 2016 and oversaw a very […]

USA Wins FIBA World Cup

September 30, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm Behind Brittney Griner’s smothering defense and 15 points the USA women’s team defeated Australia 73-56 to win gold in the FIBA World Cup. Aussie’s Liz Cambage seemed to be a lock for […]

In My Skin: Brittney Griner’s Story

September 25, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm Imagine it’s the morning of your first pro basketball game. After two decades of hard athletic training, the bright lights will shine on your greatest accomplishment. So what did Brittney Griner do […]

US China World Cup: USA Clinches Group

September 23, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm In an often sloppy and thoroughly competitive contest the USA women defeated China 100-88 Sunday afternoon to reach 2-0 in World Cup play and clinch group D (provided the US doesn’t forfeit […]

Women’s World Cup Preview

September 20, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm Hoops fans may be going through a bit of a withdrawal with the NBA not started yet and WNBA concluded, with Breanna Stewart’s Seattle Storm claiming the title. But not to worry […]

WNBA Finals: Twin Breakthrough

September 6, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm After the best preliminary playoffs seen yet in the new format, the Seattle Storm and Washington Mystics advance to the WNBA finals, tipping off Friday night. Behind MVP Breanna Stewart and veteran […]

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