The Week Ahead: November 4-10

APPLETON, Wis. -- Wisconsin's oldest college football rivalry is renewed on Saturday when Lawrence University takes on Ripon College on Ron Roberts Field at the Banta Bowl. The series started in 1893 and this will be the 119th meeting between the teams. Ripon currently has possession of the Doehling-Heselton Trophy, the traveling trophy that goes to the game's winner.

Lawrence swimming logo SWIMMING AND DIVING

Event: Lawrence vs. St. Norbert

When and Where: Friday, Nov. 9, 5:30 p.m., Boldt Natatorium

Webcast: Lawrence vs. St. Norbert

Fast Fact: Lawrence split its dual meet with Beloit this past Saturday as the women ran roughshod over the Bucs to the tune of a 146-39 victory. Erin Lengel, Mandy Marsh and Laurel Soderquist all won a pair of individual events for the Vikings.

Lawrence hockey logo ICE HOCKEY

Opponent: Lawrence vs. Trine

When and Where: Friday, Nov. 8, 7 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 9, 4 p.m., Appleton Family Ice Center

Series Record: Lawrence is 1-1 against Trine, which joined the NCHA in 2017. Lawrence won the first meeting 6-2, and Trine won last season 5-1.

Webcast: Lawrence vs. Trine

Fast Fact: Senior captain Jake Drinkard put together a nice opening weekend in the series with Gustavus Adolphus. Drinkard had two goals and two assists, and included in that total was his third-period short-handed goal on Saturday that forced overtime.

Lawrence swimming logo FOOTBALL (1-7, 0-4 MWC North)

Opponent: Lawrence vs. Ripon (3-5, 2-2 MWC North)

When and Where: Saturday, Nov. 9, 1 p.m., Ron Roberts Field at the Banta Bowl

Series Record: In a series that dates back to 1893, Ripon holds a 65-46-7 advantage over Lawrence.

Webcast: Lawrence vs. Ripon

Fast Fact: This is the state's oldest college football rivalry, and the teams have been playing for the Doehling-Heselton Memorial Trophy since 1988. The trophy commemorates the rivalry between Lawrence coach Bernie Heselton and Ripon coach Carl Doehling. Heselton posted a 10-6-1 record against Doehling as they coached against one another from 1938 until Doehling retired in 1955.