2008 UW – Oshkosh alumni Attorney Nathan Wojan and the rest of the Attorneys and Staff at Petit & Dommershausen, S.C., congratulate the 2016 UW – Oshkosh Titans on their hard earned Stagg Bowl berth. We will be cheering the Titans on from 2001 Bowen Street in Oshkosh and throughout Northeast Wisconsin.
UW-Oshkosh is headed to the NCAA Division III Football Championship for the first time in program history after holding on for a 10-3 victory over John Carroll University (Ohio) in the semifinal round on Saturday (Dec. 10) at J. J. Keller Field at Titan Stadium.
Following a scoreless first half, UW-Oshkosh quarterback Brett Kaspercapped a nine-play, 71-yard drive to open the third quarter with a 3-yard run into the end zone. The rushing score was the first in Kasper’s career.
UW-Oshkosh’s Eli Wettstein drilled a 32-yard field goal to extend the Titan lead to 10-0 with 10:12 remaining in the contest, but John Carroll University trimmed its deficit to 10-3 on the ensuing possession with a 24-yard field goal from Matt Danko with five minutes left.
The Titans then picked up one first down and took more than three minutes off the clock before punting the ball back to the Blue Streaks with 1:48 to go. Starting at its own 20-yard line with no timeouts, John Carroll University marched to the UW-Oshkosh 35-yard line in 10 plays, but Titan linebacker Branden Lloyd sacked Blue Streaks quarterback Anthony Moeglin near midfield as time expired.
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