Welcome to the Home of the Mauston Axemen!
The Axemen name originates from the history of the City of Mauston, as it was founded on the lumber industry. This team was created to give local men the opportunity to continue their baseball careers, to keep improving Mauston's baseball programs, and to bring the community together more than it already is. If anyone is interested in playing for the Axemen, scheduling games, or sponsoring the Mauston Axemen please contact Ryan Miller at email@example.com.
This is the second year the Axemen are members of the Mississippi Valley League which is comprised of Sparta Miller, Chaseburg-Coon Valley Blues, La Crescent Cardinals, Bangor Redbirds, Norwalk Knights, Lansing Mudcats, La Crosse 35ers, Viroqua Sox, and Onalaska Twins. The Mississippi Valley League is a part of the Wisconsin Baseball Association (WBA).
2017 Axemen Season Preview
Posted May 18, 2017
In 2015 the Axemen just missed the Wisconsin Baseball Association (WBA) state playoffs by a couple votes in the tournament seeding meeting. Last season, the Axemen again just fell shy of making the WBA state playoffs. A few more league wins were the only thing that separated the team from making the...
Axemen at Wisconsin Dells
Posted August 08, 2012
The Axemen capped off their season with a seven inning game against longtime rival, Wisconsin Dells. Brady Nelson started on the mound for the Aexmen. Nelson threw a complete game, had 8 strikeouts, 3 walks, and only gave up 2 runs. The Axemen offense got off to a great start scoring 3 runs in ...
Axemen at Augusta
Posted July 21, 2012
Making the journey to Augusta the Axemen faced off against the Athletics. Brady Nelson started on the mound for the Axemen. Nelson threw all seven innings, had ten strikeouts, four walks, and gave up seven hits and five runs, earning himself the win. The Axemen's lumber came alive with a total of 24...
Axemen at Bangor
Posted July 18, 2012
The Axemen headed to Bangor to play the Redbirds on dark dreary day. Playing through the rain the Axemen put up one run in the first inning. Little did they know that would be their only run of the game. The offense put up seven hits in seven innings, but left twelve men on base throughout the game....