LA CROSSE, Wis. -- While attendance at the Lumberyard is down a couple hundred seats every game, the La Crosse Loggers are on pace to set a milestone.

Loggers staff tells us they are expecting to pass 100,000 fans for the seventh straight season. Last year they were one of two teams in the nation to reach that number.

Even with the upcoming 32nd Senate race involving Loggers owner Dan Kapanke, the team is still finding success filling the seats.

"We're second in the league behind Madison as we have been since we started nine years ago. We're very fortunate to the second largest drawing summer collegiate team in the country, right behind Madison too," said Loggers General Manager Chris Goodell.

The Loggers only have six home games left on their regular season schedule.

They return to Copeland Park August 4th against the Wisconsin Woodchucks.