Against the three ranked opponents that Wisconsin has faced this season, the Badgers (3-3) have routinely come up short when the game hung in the balance.
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Photographers Brandon Moe and Jon Yoon capture the action of Wisconsin's 31-0 shutout of Minnesota at TCF Bank Stadium. The win solidified a perfect 12-0 regular season for the Badgers.
Minneapolis — The No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers (9-0 Big Ten, 12-0 overall) don’t have a secret recipe for an undefeated season.
Freshman Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor took the first carry of the game up the middle, untouched for the first nine yards of a 13-yard run.
In Wisconsin’s season opener against South Carolina State, Andy Van Vliet scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds.
ARLINGTON, VA — Wisconsin’s trip to the nation’s capitol was supposed to serve as a chance for a pair of additional non-conference games, as well as continue Head Coach Mark Johnson’s tradition of playing neutral site games in areas without a women’s collegiate program.But instead the number-one ranked Badgers (16-1-0) were dealt their first loss of the season Friday in a monumental upset, as they fell to upstart Northeastern (8-7-1) 3-2 in suburban Washington D.C.The Huskies capitalized on a slow start from UW and a sterling, 39-save performance from freshman goalie Aerin Frankel to become the first unranked team to beat Wisconsin since Bemidji State in January of 2015.“We didn’t capitalize on our opportunities and their goaltender played really well,” Johnson said.It didn’t take Northeastern long to jump out to a surprising lead.
After an emotional 77-74 victory over Southern University at the Kohl Center, complemented by a career night by sophomore forward Abby Laszewski, the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball has a quick turnaround as they head out east to Washington D.C.
The Wisconsin men’s basketball team (2-3) headed to Kansas City, Mo., this week to compete in the Hall of Fame Classic at the Sprint Center.The Badgers opened the two-game tournament against No. 22 Baylor, and despite a valiant comeback effort ultimately fell just short to the Bears, 70-65.Seven-foot sophomore forward Jo Lual-Acuil Jr.
Coming off a disappointing performance against their in-state rivals, the Badgers (2-1) bounced back with a 77-74 win against a tough Southern University (1-2) team Monday night.
Mike Catalano didn’t want to stop dancing.The senior midfielder scored a header in overtime to give the Wisconsin Badgers (4-3-1 Big Ten, 12-4-5 overall) a 1-0 win over the No. 12 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (3-3-2 ACC, 11-7-2) and continue the Badgers’ run in their first NCAA Tournament since 2013.“"It's exciting for the guys to be moving onto the round of 16,” head coach John Trask said.
When Jonathan Tsipis was hired to become the seventh coach in Wisconsin program history, one of his primary objectives was to recruit better talent than previous UW regimes.
After one season, Olympic gold medalist Cierra Runge no longer with Wisconsin swimming and diving program
After missing the first half of the 2017-’18 season, 2016 Olympic gold medalist Cierra Runge is no longer on the Wisconsin swim team, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation.According to two sources close to the team, Runge left the team on her own volition.
After faltering late to Xavier, Badgers look to correct mistakes against Baylor in Hall of Fame Classic
As redshirt junior forward Ethan Happ reflected on Wisconsin’s 80-70 loss to Xavier last Thursday night, he interestingly couldn’t help but smile.“I feel like a coach, but I’m just really proud of the guys, very proud of how we responded,” Happ told reporters after the game.
My middle school soccer team was good. Like, really good.The Blue Hawks (yes, our mascot was a fictional variation on a real animal, a fact I didn’t fully grasp until I had graduated) ran the D.C.
Coming off of a disappointing performance against in-state rivals Green Bay, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team (1-1) will look to bounce back Monday night as they host Southern University (1-1). Southern University has had a start to their season that mimics that of Wisconsin as they blew out Mobile University in its season opener before falling to Indiana.
Going into the weekend, the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers (10-8 Big Ten, 19-8 overall) were hoping to play more consistently than they have since Big Ten competition started.
They were losing, then winning, then losing again and then they ultimately tied.Saturday night’s matchup with Michigan (2-2-1-1 Big Ten, 6-4-2 overall) followed an unusual, yet familiar story for Wisconsin’s men’s hockey team (3-2-1-0, 8-5-2), as they mounted a comeback to erase an early deficit but couldn’t seal the deal in an eventful 4-4 tie.The stage was set dramatically in the first seven minutes as the Badgers dug themselves a quick two-goal hole on goals from Michigan’s Cooper Marody and Tony Calderone.
Difficulty putting together a full weekendWisconsin has struggled to put together a full weekend all season.
With 4:41 remaining in the third quarter, and the Badgers (8-0 Big Ten, 11-0 overall) staring at yet another three-and-out, sophomore wideout A.J. made perhaps the biggest play of his young Wisconsin career, wriggling loose of his man for a 51-yard catch.
In a back-and-forth, sometimes brutal Big Ten battle against the No. 24 Michigan Wolverines (5-3 Big Ten, 8-3 overall), the No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers (8-0, 11-0) needed their quarterback to step up and be the difference-maker.Alex Hornibrook delivered, with one of the biggest games of his young career in UW's 24-10 victory.Doubt lingered through the the first half of the game.