It came down to the final relay and just four total points, but the No. 18 Wisconsin Badgers Women’s Swim team couldn’t escape No. 9 Southern California on Monday afternoon in sunny Los Angeles.
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“I don’t think the work ethic was where it needed to be. They obviously wanted it more. It was on us."
After a tough battle, the Wisconsin Badgers (0-6 Big Ten, 7-12 overall) are still looking to obtain their first Big Ten win after falling to Penn State (2-4, 11-8), 69-62.
Immediately after a nine-day training trip to Hawaii that was equal parts relaxation and hard work, the unranked Wisconsin swim team is heading to the University of Southern California for a dual meet with the No. 7/No.9 Trojans on Monday to start the second half of their season.Last year, the Trojans threw everything but the kitchen sink at head coach Whitney Hite and his team, and with a reloaded USC squad that includes multiple US National teamers and international Olympians, the Badgers are expecting to have their hands full.USC is a team that’s rife with star power, but Wisconsin sophomore Beata Nelson says going head-to-head with the Trojans’ big names is a challenge the Badgers are up for.“Our expectation is to go out and compete with them,” Nelson said.
Looking to snap a 6-game losing streak, the Wisconsin Badgers (0-5 Big Ten, 7-11 overall) prepare to host the Penn State Nittany Lions (1-4, 10-8) at home, Sunday Jan.
No. 18 Wisconsin (4-7-2 Big Ten, 10-11-3 overall) vs. Michigan State (3-9-1-1, 9-13-1)Saturday, 7 p.m. Kohl Center.
In their first series in over a month, the No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (21-1-0, 12-0-0 WCHA) will take on the Minnesota State Mavericks (3-18-1, 1-13-0 WCHA) at home.
The transition from high school or juniors to college hockey can be incredibly difficult, even for the most gifted players.
A struggling Wisconsin team coming off a stretch of underwhelming performances who’s status in the Big Ten and on the NCAA Tournament bubble uncertain welcomes a last-place Michigan State team to the Kohl Center and looks to re-energize itself in the first home series of the new year.Deja vu, anyone?
As the final buzzer sounded in Lincoln and the Wisconsin men’s basketball team (2-3 Big Ten, 9-9 overall) dropped to .500 nearly 20 games into the season, the situation felt unprecedented.The Badgers have dropped out of the NCAA Tournament conversation entirely and have slipped to No. 75 in Ken Pomeroy’s rankings.
Wisconsin’s 19-year NCAA Tournament appearance streak is in dire straights.Following a season-long five game winning streak, the Badgers (2-2 Big Ten, 9-8 overall) fell last Friday to once-lowly Rutgers.
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The Wisconsin women’s basketball team (0-4 Big Ten, 7-10 overall) wrapped up their tough opening stretch of conference play Sunday afternoon as the No. 13 Maryland Terrapins (4-0, 15-2) used a 20-4 run in the second and third quarters to secure a 71-44 victory at the Kohl Center.
The Wisconsin women’s basketball team (0-3 Big Ten, 7-9) will welcome the No. 13 Maryland Terrapins (3-0, 14-2) into the Kohl Center Sunday at 2 p.m., hoping to stop a four game losing skid.It’s a tale of two different starts to conference play as Maryland has started out with two dominant performances and a nail bitting win against Penn State, while the Badgers have had a less than ideal start to conference play struggling in their first three contests to have offensive consistency.The Terrapins have the second best scoring offense in the Big Ten scoring 88 points per game and also lead the Big Ten in three-point field goal percentage at 39.1 percent.
Riding a five-game winning streak into snowy Piscataway, N.J., the Wisconsin Badgers (2-1 Big Ten, 9-7 overall) are looking to continue their winning ways and overcome their recent string of injuries against Rutgers (0-3, 10-6).After already missing guards D’Mitrik Trice and Kobe King, the Badgers had to make another adjustment to their starting lineup in their most recent victory against Indiana when redshirt sophomore guard Brevin Pritzl was ruled out with a concussion that he suffered pregame.
After trailing the entire game, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team (0-3 Big Ten, 7-9 overall) fell yet again at home 80-57 to a more dangerous Michigan (2-1, 13-3) squad.
Outside No. 2 Notre Dame, which is still undefeated in Big Ten play through ten games, the rest of the conference has been unpredictable, with each team having major fluctuations in their play.
The Wisconsin men’s basketball team (2-1 Big Ten, 9-7 overall) re-arrived at its conference schedule as the Badgers downed Indiana (1-2, 8-7), 71-61, for their fifth straight win.With redshirt sophomore guard Brevin Pritzl joining the ranks of the medically sidelined for UW, the Badgers desperately needed a win.Redshirt junior forward Ethan Happ laid down his best performance of the season, torching the Hoosiers inside to the tune of 28 points on 11-of-17 shooting despite making just six of his 11 free throw attempts.Happ also grabbed 10 rebounds, handed out four assists, blocked two shots and recorded four steals — all team-highs.
The Wisconsin’s women’s basketball team (0-2 Big Ten, 7-8 overall) will take the court against No. 21 Michigan (1-1, 12-3) at home on Thursday at 7 p.m., hoping to break their recent three-game stretch of losses.
As the final horn rang in Mackey Arena, the University of Wisconsin-Madison women’s basketball team (0-2 Big Ten, 7-8 overall) walked off the floor with a dismal 57-35 loss to the Purdue Boilermakers (1-1, 10-6) — along with a whole new list chocked full of New Year’s resolutions as they head into 2018. Improvements in offensive execution, overcoming scoring lapses, taking care of the ball and transition defense are at the top of the agenda for the Badgers, as the team looks on towards the second half of their season.