For the first time since the 2013-’14 season, the Wisconsin Badgers had legitimate NCAA Tournament expectations heading into their season.
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It’s that time of year when NFL prospects come back to their universities from various training facilities scattered throughout the United States, to showcase their talents to prospective NFL coaches and scouts.
After three years with the Badgers, forward Andy Van Vliet will be transferring from Wisconsin to another Division I school, he said in a statement on Twitter Tuesday.“After meeting with the coaching staff last week, I have made the decision to leave the University of Wisconsin and pursue my academic and athletic goals at another Division I school,” he said in his statement.Van Vliet’s came to Madison from Antwerp, Belgium, to a buzz of excitement on campus that was promptly silenced by the NCAA.
The Wisconsin Badgers’ (13-11) trip to Tuscon, Az. for the Wildcat Invitational was a microcosm of their season so far: flashes of elite play mixed in with stretches of costly mistakes as Wisconsin took on tough competition in Tuscon, leaving the tournament with two wins and three losses.Game one came against undefeated No. 24 USC Upstate (18-0). Wisconsin handed the Spartans their first loss of the year behind stellar pitching from sophomore Kaitlyn Menz.
You know what they say, revenge is a dish best served cold. Saturday afternoon, however, it was best served on ice.
Revenge is on the minds of Badger players and coaches this week after a disappointing loss against Minnesota last week in the WCHA finals.
LONDON — Geneviève Richard has just exited the water on a beach in France, and the wind is gusting audibly over the phone.She’s slightly out of breath, but happy, even though her team, Olympique de Marseille Féminin, lost its match just a day before.Even with her club toiling in last place of France’s top female soccer division, Richard has plenty to smile about these days: A professional career seemed out of reach not long ago.“I was doing all of my prerequisites for [a] pharmacy [degree], and I didn’t think about [soccer],” she said.But while Richard, a Quebec native, expected to depart Wisconsin with a degree, she may not have expected it would lead to and prepare her for a professional soccer career.
Led by senior shortstop Brooke Wyderski’s red-hot bat, Wisconsin (11-8) took care of business over the weekend at the Under Armour Invitational in Clearwater, Fla.
While it can be difficult to find the silver lining following a loss to Minnesota in the WCHA championship, one positive is that Wisconsin (30-4-2) won’t have to wait long for a rematch.
Leading up to its first round series against Michigan, the Wisconsin’s men’s hockey team emphasized the importance of treating the Big Ten Tournament as a new season.
After a weeklong break, the Wisconsin women's tennis team ((0-1 Big Ten, 6-7 overall) traveled to rival Minnesota to open its Big Ten conference schedule.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (29-3-2) take on the Bemidji State Beavers (16-18-3) Saturday afternoon in the WCHA Tournament semifinals.
The Wisconsin women’s tennis team (6-6) will travel to Minneapolis, Minn., this weekend for a Saturday afternoon match against their rivals, the Minnesota Golden Gophers (8-4).The Badgers are hoping to snap a six-match losing streak, one that has seen them fall to a 6-6 record on the year so far.
NEW YORK — Through a thick stream of tears and a lump in his throat, Brad Davison extolled the virtues of playing college basketball following the No. 9-seed Badgers’ (8-12 Big Ten, 15-18 overall) season-ending loss to top-seeded Michigan State (17-2, 29-3). He could barely get the words out.“It's fun,” he said.
NEW YORK — As Brad Davison walked off the court for the final time in the 2017-’18 season, head coach Greg Gard was right by his side.
NEW YORK — With a Big Ten Tournament loss and his redshirt junior season now in the books, Ethan Happ is weighing his options.Though he said that nothing is set in stone, he said, moments after Wisconsin’s 63-60 loss to Michigan State, that he will declare for the NBA Draft so that he can compete at the NBA Draft Combine on May 16-20.
NEW YORK — As Brad Davison’s game-tying 3-point attempt fell inches short of the front of the rim at the buzzer, he dropped his hands to his knees.
Freshman guard Brad Davison shot just 4-of-14 from the field as his phenomenal freshman season came to an end in a 60-63 loss to No. 1-seed Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament.
NEW YORK — Five days ago, when the Wisconsin men’s basketball team fell at home to Michigan State, Brad Davison addressed the team.
“We don't want to think about what’s happened in the past. It’s a clean slate.”As sophomore forward Max Zimmer alluded to earlier this week, Friday marks the start of essentially a new season for Wisconsin.