In our first Cardinal Zone Hockey Podcast of the season, sports editor Ben Pickman is joined by sports editor Ethan Levy and men’s hockey beat writer Cameron Lane-Flehinger as the trio breaks down the start of Wisconsin’s season.
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In this week’s Cardinal Zone Football Podcast, sports editor Ben Pickman and men’s basketball beat writer Lorin Cox preview Wisconsin’s upcoming matchup against Iowa.
After extended exhibition season, Wisconsin set to open regular season with win over South Carolina State
After more than a quarter of a season’s worth of preseason exhibition games, the regular season has finally arrived for the Wisconsin men’s basketball team.A five-game tour of Australia and three more scrimmages have a young Badgers squad unusually prepared for its opening-night matchup with South Carolina State.“Since we had so many exhibitions, it doesn't really feel that different to me,” freshman guard Kobe King said.
With 3:52 left in the third quarter, after Courtney Fredrickson missed free throw, Cayla McMorris muscled her way through three defenders for an offensive rebound, flipped the ball to a diving Suzanne Gilreath, who then dumped it off to Kendall Shaw for an easy layup.
When setter Sydney Hilley and middle blocker Dana Rettke were first brought together for a campus visit in 2014, they didn’t interact much with each other.
Just inside the doorway of an over-crowded locker room in Madison Square Garden, D’Mitrik Trice watched as reporters fired questions to Wisconsin’s four seniors.
'Hey, hey! Me!:' After departure of Zak Showalter freshman guard Brad Davison appears to be Wisconsin's latest pesky guard
Brad Davison stood just behind midcourt at the Badgers’ annual Red-White scrimmage, waiting for the ball.
Ethan Happ:Ethan Happ, a redshirt junior from Milan, Ill., received little buzz coming out of high school as a three-star recruit.
Kendra Van Leeuwen, a sophomore point guard on the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team, spent the majority of her summer playing on the Team Canada’s U-19 women’s basketball team.
Most college basketball fans would agree that the Big Ten is one of the landmark conferences of the sport.
The Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team finds itself out of the AP preseason top-25 rankings for the first time since the 2010-’11 season, a team that was led by the likes of Jordan Taylor, Jon Leuer and Keaton Nankivil.
No doubt there is work to be done this season for the Wisconsin women’s basketball team as it hopes to relinquish its lost ground from its 2016-’17 season.
In a rugged and competitive Big Ten conference last season, there was a major difference between regular season co-champions, Ohio State and Maryland, and conference bottom feeders, Illinois, Wisconsin, Rutgers and Nebraska.But despite the major differences between first and last, the Big Ten was one of the deepest conferences in the country.
After knocking out the second overall seed in the quarterfinal of ITA Nationals tournament this weekend, seniors Chema Carranza and Joe Dodridge were in uncharted territory.
McCarthy, Nelson, Novinski shine in Big Ten Quad DualsIn the first in-conference test of the season, the Wisconsin swim and dive team (1-6 men, 1-6 women) came out of the Big Ten Quad Duals in third place out of four, but achieved some crucial wins in the process.With the star of the women’s team, junior Cierra Runge, still nowhere to be found after missing her fourth straight meet, it was up to other Wisconsin swimmers to pick up the pieces.
This year ESPN released a list called “Ranking the happiness of every college football fan base.” The survey took into account program power, rivalry dominance, coaching stability, recruiting trend, revenue growth and Twitter buzz.
Freshman Brad Davison couldn’t stop smiling at the post-game dais after Wisconsin’s 85-56 exhibition victory over UW-Stout.
The undefeated, No. 1 ranked Badgers (8-0-0 Big Ten, 14-0-0 overall) wrapped up another perfect weekend, defeating, and therefore sweeping, No. 4 Ohio State (5-2-1, 7-2-1) by a final score of 3-1.
After a heart-breaking five-set loss to Ohio State (6-8 Big Ten, 13-12 overall) on Friday, the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (7-7 Big Ten, 16-7 overall) were able to once again pull even in Big Ten play by beating University of Maryland (5-9 Big Ten, 16-10 overall) on Saturday 3-1.This weekend, Wisconsin was tasked with having to quickly recover from a match, having back-to-back games for the first time in a while.
Over the course of this season, Wisconsin has played seven different freshmen, and five of those first-year players have been in the lineup for all 11 games so far.