Throughout this 2016-17 campaign, the Badgers have often been plagued by defensive zone mishaps that have turned into uncontested goals for their opponents.
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Brotherton signs contract with Sunderland AFC, could become first Badger to play in English Premier League
Feb. 1, 2017 will go down as a bittersweet day in the history of Wisconsin men’s soccer, as sophomore defender and team captain Sam Brotherton signed a contract with Sunderland AFC of the English Premier League (EPL) until 2019.After a stellar college career that included 33 starts, three goals and an All-Big Ten second team selection in 2016, Brotherton will jet off to England this Saturday to join Sunderland’s under-23 squad.“I'm really excited about the opportunity at Sunderland, and think it is going to be great for my development as a football player,” Brotherton said.
Newly-minted with a No. 20 ranking to conclude the regular season, the Badgers have earned the No. 3-overall seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament.The high seeding is a culmination of Wisconsin’s uptick in performance, in sharp contrast to last year’s No. 7 seed.
Sam Brotherton's career at Wisconsin is over, but he is shipping off to one of the best soccer leagues in the world.
The Wisconsin men’s soccer team (3-2-1 Big Ten, 7-3-2 overall) lost 3-2 to the No. 1-ranked Maryland Terrapins (6-0-1, 11-0-2) Friday night, marking an unfortunate end to a stellar performance from the Badgers in College Park.The game was an exciting and fast-paced attacking affair, as both teams saw plenty of good chances and both goalkeepers were forced into at least five saves apiece.Maryland opened the game well, as senior defender Alex Crognale’s header found the back on the net inside the 12th minute of the game for the Terps.The rest of the first half was a scrappy, physical affair as the two teams combined for 18 fouls, with neither being able to score and Wisconsin defenders Alex Masbrusch and Elan Koenig receiving yellow cards.The Badgers finally leveled the score in the 64th minute, with sophomore defender Sam Brotherton scoring following the set-piece delivery of junior midfielder Christopher Mueller.
Wisconsin men’s soccer defender, Sam Brotherton, earned his seventh cap for the New Zealand national team Tuesday night, playing 32 minutes against the United States in a tightly contested 1-1 draw.The impressive result for the All Whites came just three days after they held strong against a highly touted Mexico team.
Sam Brotherton hit the post late in regulation during Wisconsin's 0-0 tie against Indiana.
Defender Sam Brotherton of the Wisconsin men’s soccer team has been called up to the New Zealand national team once again, as the sophomore looks to add to his six caps with the All Whites.“It’s an amazing feeling, obviously; I never take it for granted,” Brotherton said.
Sam Brotherton, who started 17 games for the Badgers last year, will be the only amateur on the New Zealand Men's National Team.
The Badgers (3-1-0 Big Ten, 5-2-1 overall) prevailed 1-0 over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (0-8-1, 0-4-1) in prime-time at McClimon Sports Complex on a chilly Saturday night.
Diversity is too often drowned by tides of blacks and whites. There are so many forces telling us to think one thing or its polar opposite, and as a result, we are led to believe that our values are not worthy of recognition if they are not painted black or white.
“The Mojo and The Sayso,” written by Aishah Rahman and directed by Jessica Lanius, is a captivating play about love and loss.
Prosperity and joy were felt around the world this morning after God, creator of the heavens and the earth, remembered his cell phone passcode following a multi-millennia lockout.According to sources close to God, the lockout started as a prank by God’s former angel, Satan.
Doctors in the Madison area are losing patients this month in a countywide trend supposedly correlated with a recent spike in apple sales.
UW-Madison sophomore Dean Strutterman was pleasantly surprised Friday night upon discovering three Facebook friends had “liked” that he expressed interest in attending an event. Strutterman, who described his initial interest as “tentative at best,” still found comfort in his friends’ positive endorsement through social media. “I was super stoked when I clicked my notifications and saw three people liked that I was thinking about going,” he said. The charity concert, Melting Faces for Teen Pregnancy, was held Wednesday night at a local coffee shop four blocks from Strutterman’s apartment, and featured local bands ranging in genre from “straight-up metal” to “jazzy power-slop.” Attendees were asked to donate “as much or little as they can to support education and outreach efforts addressing teen pregnancy in Wisconsin,” according to the event description. Regrettably, Strutterman was not able to attend the event, though he was pleased with himself for thinking about going.
Late Friday night, Joaquín Guzmán, aka “El Chapo” drew his third consecutive get out of jail free card in a heated game of Monopoly, to the outrage of his opponents.El Chapo, the famous drug kingpin and part-time Rolling Stone admirer, was recently recaptured and imprisoned by Mexican law enforcement.