Last fall, when Bronson Koenig arrived at the Standing Rock camp in North Dakota and exited the trailer that he and his brother Miles had driven 14 hours in, it was nearly midnight.
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Last month, the Cleveland Indians voted to remove their Chief Wahoo imagery from their uniforms effective next year. Cleveland’s Chief Wahoo and other Native American mascots have been the source of years of controversy due to their inaccurate depiction of indigenous peoples.
This weekend, the Wisconsin Badgers (4-4) will be competing in the the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic in Palm Springs, Calif.UW will start out the tournament by taking on the Auburn Tigers and the Oklahoma State Cowgirls on Thursday before taking on the Fresno State Bulldogs on Friday.
Despite a dominating performance from star forward Marsha Howard, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team dropped its regular season finale, 69-61 to Michigan State in East Lansing, Mi.
With the Big Ten conference tournament just around the corner, teams will be jocky for seeding, seniors will celebrate and participate in their last home games, and as for those sitting on the bubble, every game counts. After a disappointing performance against the Iowa, in which the potent Hawkeye offense shot a season-best 57.9 percent from the field, the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team takes the road one last time as it travels up to East Lansing, Mi.
On the first day of February, Brevin Pritzl missed all eleven of his shots in an eight-point loss to Northwestern.
If there was any hangover from the Wisconsin Badgers’ (6-10 Big Ten, 13-16 overall) massive upset of Purdue Thursday night, it missed Brad Davison.
The Wisconsin men’s basketball team (5-10 Big Ten, 12-16 overall) has seen more than its fair share of downs in what has turned out to be one of its most disappointing seasons in recent memory.But as the Badgers welcome an equally downtrodden Minnesota (3-12, 14-14) team to the Kohl Center Monday night, they’ll be riding higher than at any other point this season.Just 20 minutes after steadily raising the jersey of Frank Kaminsky to the rafters Thursday evening, the UW players found themselves engulfed by a sea of fans at center court as they collectively celebrated a massive upset of then-No. 6 Purdue.
The Wisconsin men’s tennis tennis team (0-1 Big Ten, 5-5 overall) continued an unsettling trend Saturday night in Minneapolis.
After being shut out of the top two in all three of her individual events at last year’s Big Ten Championships, sophomore swimmer Beata Nelson knew it was time to drop the hammer and show the conference and the country what she could do.
The Wisconsin women’s basketball team (2-12 Big Ten, 9-18 overall) will play its last two games of the regular season on the road, the first of which is this Sunday Feb.
Defense was the name of the game Saturday afternoon, as No. 1 Wisconsin faced off against No. 7 Minnesota in the final game of the WCHA regular season.
The University of Wisconsin men’s tennis team (5-4) bounced back from a tough road trip with a resounding 6-1 victory over in-state rival Marquette (5-2) on Friday at Nielsen Tennis Stadium.
It was an exciting game at LaBahn Arena tonight, with Wisconsin grinding out one of its most gritty wins of the season by a score of 4-3 over the No. 7 Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Following Wisconsin's upset victory over Purdue, Daily Cardinal sports editor Ben Pickman and men's basketball beat writer Thomas Valtin-Erwin break down what UW's victory really means for the team going forward.
In their final regular season series of 2017-’18, the No.1 Wisconsin Badgers 18-2-2-0 WCHA, 27-3-2-0 overall ) face off against the No. 7 Minnesota Golden Gophers (13-6-3-0, 20-8-3) in a home Border Battle.
Badger legend and former national player of the year Frank Kaminsky had his number 44 jersey retired Thursday night at the Kohl Center, with many former teammates on hand to participate in the ceremony.
In many ways, Frank Kaminsky was a perfect storm of basketball ability. We can only speculate what the basketball gods were thinking as they poured pinpoint passing, lights-out shooting and sensational footwork into the former Badger’s seven-foot frame.
With numerous former players in attendance for the retirement of Frank Kaminsky's number 44, Wisconsin's men's basketball team upset No. 6 Purdue 57-53 in a game that came down to the wire.
Wearing a cardinal red suit and specially designed Jordan sneakers, Frank Kaminsky walked out onto the court at halftime of Wisconsin’s (5-10 Big Ten, 12-16 overall) eventual 57-53 win over No. 6 Purdue (12-3, 23-5) and promptly hugged his family who was standing on the baseline closest to UW’s bench.More than a dozen of his former teammates including Sam Dekker, Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig, Josh Gasser and his best friend, Jordan Smith among others watched feet away on the very same baseline.After the No. 44 banner was raised to the Kohl Center rafters, Kaminsky took the microphone from UW Athletic Director Barry Alvarez and addressed the more than 17,000 members of the Kohl Center faithful in attendance.“I’m a little bit nervous so I’m gonna try to get through this,” he said.