There was no lack of excitement in Thursday night’s thriller between the Wisconsin Badgers (2-2-2 Big Ten, 5-4-5 overall) and the Nebraska Cornhuskers (3-2-1, 9-4-1), which ultimately ended in a 1-1 tie after two overtime periods.The game went back and forth from the first whistle up until Nebraska found the back of the net thanks to a corner from junior midfielder Haley Hanson, which was put away by senior midfielder Sydney Miramontez.After that first goal, the game managed to stay 1-0 in Nebraska’s favor until sophomore Dani Rhodes took matters into her own hands.
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After last week’s loss at Indiana, the Wisconsin Badgers (2-2-1 Big Ten, 5-4-4 overall) traveled 267 miles west to Minneapolis and put their frustration into action, snagging their biggest win of the season so far in a 1-0 overtime thriller against No. 8 Minnesota (3-1-1, 9-3-1) Saturday.
The Wisconsin Badgers (1-2-1 Big Ten, 4-4-4 overall) went on their first conference road trip of the season this past weekend, defeating Purdue (1-2-0, 3-6-0) and falling to Indiana (2-2-0, 5-6-1).Saturday, the Badgers traveled to West Lafayette, Ind., to take on the Boilermakers, who scored one goal in the first half of the game.
The Wisconsin Badgers (3-2-3) are riding a two-game win streak to open Big Ten play on Friday against No. 19 Ohio State (6-2-0) at the McClimon Soccer Complex.
Head coach Paula Wilkins and her young Wisconsin (1-1-2) team are headed west this weekend to take on No. 2 Stanford (3-0-0) on Thursday and No. 22 Santa Clara (2-2-0) on Sunday.
Rose Lavelle’s reliability and playmaking abilities have earned her a shot with the U.S. Women’s National Team this winter.
Wisconsin faces its toughest test thus far against Big Ten-leading Minnesota.
Rose Lavelle and the Badgers earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament despite losing to Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament.
Although Micaela Powers has just one goal on the season, it was a huge one, as it gave UW a 1-0 advantage over Maryland.
Junior Micaela Powers scored in the 81st minute to push the Badgers past Maryland and give them their second Big Ten title in school history.
Junior midfielder Rose Lavelle scored the lone goal of the game, propelling UW to sole possession of first place in the Big Ten standings.
Wisconsin outlasted Maryland to win its second consecutive Big Ten game.
Senior midfielder McKenna Meuer has been a lynchpin for UW’s offense, notching six points this season.
After a tough start to their Big Ten schedule last weekend, the Badgers (0-1-1 Big Ten, 3-4-3 overall) will look to get their first conference win of the year. They will take on both Indiana (0-0-2, 3-3-4) and Purdue (1-1-0, 6-3-0) this week- end. In order for Wisconsin to get a win against one of its conference foes, it will need to start putting the ball into the back of the net and establish more offensive consistency.
Rose lavelle already has four goals and two assists through Wisconsin’s first seven games.
The Badgers may be red hot, but there is no doubt the team is looking forward to leaving the brutal cold as they head to Florida for their second game in the NCAA tournament.
Cara Walls had both of the Badgers’ goals Saturday night.
Wisconsin will face one of its toughest tests all season in the first round of the NCAA tournament Saturday as the Badgers (18-2-2) take on DePaul (16-0-4) in Madison.
It is safe to say the Badgers were slightly snubbed with their seed for the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
Kinley McNicoll's corner kick goal is going to go down as the best play of the season for the Badgers.