Wisconsin started the 2016 season with high expectations after earning a No. 4 ranking in the AVCA Coaches poll.
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After capturing a championship crown at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational in Hawaii last weekend, the No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers opened their home season this weekend by notching another pair of victories en route to winning the HotelRED tournament.
The Badgers bested both Oregon and Iowa State at the UW Field House to advance to the Sweet 16 for a third consecutive year.
Despite their No. 4 ranking, the Badgers have struggled against the top competition in the Big Ten.
No. 10 Wisconsin (12-4 Big Ten, 20-6 overall) will be looking to extend its win streak to nine games Wednesday when it hits the road to face No. 18 Illinois (9-7, 18-9).
Haleigh Nelson has powered Wisconsin to a seven-game win streak.
Senior middle blocker Haleigh Nelson had seven blocks in Wisconsin's dominating win over Illinois.
FootballWisconsin (4-1 Big Ten, 7-2 overall) is coming off a convincing victory over Rutgers (1-4,3-5) last Saturday.Addressing the media Monday at a press conference, head coach Paul Chryst highlighted how impressed he was with play of his defense, the No. 1 scoring unit in the NCAA. “The magic is there is no magic.
Cross Country The Badgers are gearing up for an exciting weekend, as they host the Adidas Invitational at the Zimmer Championship Course in Verona, where the team regularly trains.
No. 19 Wisconsin (1-2 Big Ten, 9-4 overall) walked away with a victory in its Big Ten home opener against No. 7 Illinois (2-1, 11-3) Wednesday, winning 25-16, 25-21, 21-25 and 25-22.
Women’s HockeyNo. 3 Wisconsin flies to San Jose, Calif.
Wisconsin has struggled through Big Ten play so far, and things wont get any easier with No. 9 Illinois visiting Madison Wednesday.
In a Sweet 16 rematch from last year’s NCAA Tournament, the Badgers fell to Ohio State in five sets, dropping them to 0-2 in conference play.
Sophomore outside hitter Kelli Bates had nine kills against penn State, but her efforts still fell short.
Unfortunately for No. 16 Wisconsin (0-1 Big Ten, 8-3 over- all), it opened up this year’s Big Ten play in the same way they did last year by getting swept by Penn State. The No. 1 Nittany Lions (1-0, 12-0), back-to-back national champions, swept the
Errors caused the No. 2 Badgers to drop their first contest of 2016.
Head coach Kelly Sheffield praised the early season play of junior middle back Haleigh Nelson, saying she played her best game against arkansas.