Over 85,000 student athletes participate in high school athletics in the state of Wisconsin every year. WSN WISCONSIN SPORTS NETWORK is an integrated publishing company with a focus on these student athletes, their communities, families, friends, fans and coaches. Founded in 2002, we have successfully integrated both print and online mediums to give their audience a unique and highly popular variety of quality content.
In the winter of 2012, TST Media, which would shortly after be re-branded as Sport Ngin, acquired WSN. Through their support, synergies and technology we hope to expand our reach and offerings in high school and youth sports in our fine state. The Sport Ngin platform powers over 6,000 sports organizations across the globe, from local youth leagues and associations, to large groups like USA Hockey and USA Wrestling, to media properties like WisSports.net and mnhockeyhub.com. Numerous high school athletic departments in Wisconsin use the Sport Ngin platform, along with the Trailways, FVA, and Greater Metro Conferences.
We currently publish WisSports.net, the most popular high school sports site in Wisconsin. In addition, our site is one of the top five independently run high school sports sites in the nation.
Our initial launch was on November 18th, 2002 and consisted of a high school basketball website Wishoops.net. It quickly became the number one resource for high school basketball information in the state of Wisconsin. Since we have added several other WIAA sports and have accumulated:
- 300+ million page views
- 1,000,000+ unique IP addresses
- Bookmarked over 2,000,000 times
We currently have two publications under the WSN umbrella. WSN Illustrated is a magazine that comes out 4 times during the school year. It is a jumbo 9x12 format and is distributed throughout the high schools in the state.
The Boys Basketball Yearbook produced by Mark Miller become quite a tradition in the state. Featuring player rankings, schedules, rosters and much more it is going on its 29th year. Content that was previously in the Gridiron Guide and Girls Basketball Yearbook print editions in the past has been moved online in recent years.