Kodee Williams (22) nailed UW’s first of two goals Wednesday.
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No. 2 seed Wisconsin defeated Illinois 2-0 Wednesday in the first round of the Big Ten tournament in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Genevieve Richard won the Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year award, the centerpiece of a conference-best defense.
Genevieve Richard is one of several key seniors on Wisconsin.
The Badgers (9-2-1 Big Ten, 15-2-1 overall) head into their final regular season game against Illinois (5-6-1, 10-7-1) looking to extend their win streak to five games.
Kodee Williams (left) knocked in both of the Badgers’ goals of the week, delivering a pair of strong wins in the Big Ten stretch.
After an enormous road win in Minneapolis, the Badgers (7-2-1 Big Ten, 13-2-1 overall) will take on Rutgers (7-2-1, 11-2-1) Friday in what will be the Badgers’ most important game of the season thus far.
Cara Walls’ improvement after halftime was key for Wisconsin.
Forward Cara Walls (15) has been essential to UW’s success, totaling five game-winning goals.
After a brief slump where the Badgers fell to Penn State and tied Iowa, Wisconsin (6-2-1 Big Ten, 12-2-1 overall) heads to Minneapolis to take on Minnesota (5-3-1, 8-6-1) this Saturday.
Molly Laufenberg nearly broke a scoreless tie against Iowa.
Looking to rebound from its Sunday loss to No. 6 Penn State, No. 12 Wisconsin (5-2-1 Big Ten, 11-2-1 overall) played to a scoreless tie in double overtime against Iowa Wednesday.
Genevieve Richard allowed more than two goals for just the second time of the season.
Kinley McNicoll leads Wisconsin in points this season with 20.
After two Big Ten road shutouts to defeat Indiana and Purdue, No. 13 Wisconsin takes on Ohio State (2-3-0 Big Ten, 5-6-0 overall) Friday and No. 7 Penn State (5-0-0, 10-1-0) Sunday to begin a three-game homestand.
Kodee Williams was an offensive centerpiece for the Badgers in their successful weekend.
As the Badgers embark on their second major road trip of the season, they are hoping to have a little better luck than they did last time. Two weeks ago, they headed to Michigan, where they escaped with an overtime win in their first game before suffering their first loss of the season in the second.
Kinley McNicoll added to her goal total Saturday, now with six. She also has six assists.
The Badgers might be without Cara Walls (left) this Saturday.
After an up-and-down weekend that saw the Badgers’ seven-game winning streak come to an end, No. 13 Wisconsin (7-1-0) has had time to reflect as it prepares for another Big Ten opponent this weekend.