Freshman forward Rose Lavelle was the first-ever Badger to be named Big Ten Freshman of the Year Tuesday, after a season in which she scored 19 points.
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Senior midfielder Alev Kelter found the back of the net Sunday.
With eight of their first ten games being on the road, the No. 18 Wisconsin women’s soccer team (2-0-1 Big Ten, 7-1-2 overall) is coming home to host defending Big Ten champion No. 7 Penn State (3-0-0, 9-1-1) Friday and Ohio State (1-1-1, 7-2-2) Sunday.
The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (7-1-2 Big Ten, 2-0-1 overall) continued a superb start to the season, playing to a draw against Michigan and defeating Michigan State over the weekend during a two-match road trip.
The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (5-5-1 Big Ten, 12-8-1 overall) traveled to Los Angeles to meet a familiar foe Saturday night in a first-round NCAA tournament matchup. The Badgers fell to a then-No. 2 UCLA (8-2-1 Pac-12, 16-2-2 overall) August 31 but looked to avenge their early season loss with an upset over a talented Bruins team.
After an up-and-down season for the Wisconsin women’s soccer team (5-5-1 Big Ten, 12-7-1 overall), the Badgers claimed an at-large bid in the NCAA tournament Monday night. Wisconsin will take on No.3 seed UCLA (8-2-1 Pac-12, 15-2-2 overall) Saturday night in the first round. Kick off is set for 7:30 p.m. in Los Angeles.
Wednesday night in Bloomington, Ind., the Wisconsin women’s soccer team (5-6-1 Big Ten, 12-7-1 overall) lost to Michigan (8-2-2 Big Ten, 14-4-4 overall) 2-0 in a Big Ten tournament first-round matchup.
After winning five of their last six regular season games to capture the No. 6 seed in the Big Ten Tournament the Wisconsin women’s soccer team travels to Bloomington, Ind. to face off against No. 3 seeded Michigan Wednesday.
The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (5-5-1 Big Ten, 12-6-1 overall) arrived in Iowa City Saturday to face off against the Hawkeyes (3-5-3 Big Ten, 12-5-3 overall), looking to continue its five-game winning streak and end the regular season on a positive note. As expected, the match would be an important one for the Badgers, who looked to enter postseason play with momentum and confidence.
The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (5-4-1 Big Ten, 12-5-1 overall) will play its last regular-season game Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. in Iowa City, Iowa. The Badgers will square off against the Hawkeyes (2-5-3, 11-5-3), who are looking to maintain their spot in the Big Ten tournament.
Friday night, the Wisconsin woman’s soccer team (5-4-1 Big Ten, 12-5-1 overall) started the road trip off with a bang. Lead by an offensive force, the Badgers defeated Purdue (2-6-1 Big Ten, 7-8-2 overall), 4-2.
The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (3-4-1 Big Ten, 10-5-1 overall) faced off against Northwestern (0-8-0, 4-10-2) Friday night. It was a special night for the Badgers, who celebrated senior night for seven seniors.
The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (1-4-1 Big Ten, 8-5-1 overall) will play the first of its last two home games this season on Friday against Northwestern (0-6-0 Big Ten, 4-8-2 overall) at the McClimon Soccer Complex at 7 p.m.
The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (1-4-1 Big Ten, 8-5-1 overall) finished up their non-conference schedule and snapped a four-match winless streak with a 2-0 victory over the Green Bay Phoenix (4-9-1) Monday night.
The No. 23 Wisconsin women’s soccer team (7-4-0 overall, 1-3-0 Big Ten) opened up a two-game road trip Thursday evening as it faced off against Minnesota (6-6-0 overall, 2-2-0 Big Ten).
The No. 14 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (0-1-0 Big Ten, 6-2-0 overall) open up their home conference schedule at the McClimon Soccer Complex on Friday as they face off with the Michigan State Spartans. Friday’s game will be an important one for the team, as they are coming off a 2-1 loss to No. 11 Penn State last Sunday.
The No. 13 Wisconsin women’s soccer team (6-1-0 overall) got a late goal in regulation from redshirt sophomore midfielder Kodee Williams and a header from senior midfielder Joana Bielefeld in extra time as the Badgers survived another overtime match, ousting in-state rival University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1-4-1 overall), 2-1, on the road at Engelmann Field. With the victory, the Badgers improved to 6-1-0 for the first time since 2004.