Women's swimming and diving: Emily Carpenter, Jr., undeclared; Sarah Hernandez, Jr., undeclared; Rebecca Johnson, Jr., undeclared; Susan Johnson, So., Biology; Liz Klanderman, So., undeclared; Cassie Kubly, Jr., undeclared; Amanda Rice, So., undeclared; Kaitlin Vorwald, Jr., accounting/marketing; Andrea Wiesner, So., undeclared; Amanda Witte, Jr., elementary education.
Men's swimming and diving: Joseph Ebinger, So., undeclared; Tim Liebhold, Sr., civil engineering; Adam Mania, Sr., secondary education; Thomas Molzahn, So, undeclared; Scott Speer, So., undeclared; Eric Wiesner, Sr., medical microbiology and immunology.
Wrestling: Lee Kraemer, Sr., consumer science; Zach Menne, So., animal science; Brady Reinke, Sr., elementary education.
UW swimmers continue competition at World Championship Trials
Carly Piper placed seventh in the finals of the 800-meter freestyle at the World Championship Trials Tuesday at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, Ind. The University of Wisconsin senior covered the distance in 8 minutes, 45.58 seconds.
Another Badger senior, Tim Liebhold, finished 10th in the finals of the 200 backstroke (2:03.52) Tuesday after finishing sixth in the 200 individual medley (2:04.35) Monday.
Former Badger Bethany Pendleton finished 39th in the preliminaries of the 100 freestyle (57.86) Tuesday but did not qualify for the finals. Pendleton finished 16th in the finals of the 200 backstroke (2:17.22) Monday.
Current Badger sophomore Susan Johnson finished 22nd in the 200 backstroke in 2:18.34.
Pavelski receives national honors
After leading the Wisconsin men's hockey team with 45 points this season, Joe Pavelski has been named to both the USCHO.com and the Inside College Hockey All-Rookie teams.
The forward from Plover, Wis. became the first Badger freshman to lead the team in scoring since current head coach Mike Eaves did so in 1974-75 with 54 points.
Pavelski is tied for the national rookie scoring lead with Nebraska Omaha's Bill Thomas and Ohio State's Tom Fritsche. Thomas joined Pavelski on the All-USCHO team while Fritsche was named to the Inside College Hockey All-Rookie team.
Just two other players were named to both teams, goalie Joe Fallon from Vermont and Minnesota defenseman Alex Goligoski. Denver forward Paul Stastny was the only other WCHA rookie to be honored as he was selected by USCHO.
Stastny currently has 42 points this season going into the Frozen Four. Should Stastny finish with less than 45 points, Pavelski would become the first Badger to lead WCHA rookies in scoring since Dany Heatley notched 56 points in 1999-00. Heatley was also the last Badger to lead national rookies in scoring.