Cayla McMorris and the Badgers look to continue their success and knock off Pittsburgh Wednesday.
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Head coach Jonathan Tsipis and his Badger squad lost last Tuesday night in a game in which it seemed neither team wanted to win.
Wisconsin, led by Cayla McMorris and Avyanna Young, dominated from the start as they rolled to Sunday over Illinois State.
Facing a 22-point deficit coming into the second half, the Badgers showed no signs of life, as North Carolina put on a clinic of a first half, doing damage on both sides of the floor.
Playing mostly a backup role, outside of one start in the game at UW-Milwaukee, sophomore forward Marsha Howard has been a sparkplug for this young Badgers team.Wisconsin (2-5) has been struggling to find its identity all season. After a pair of early losses, a down-to-the-wire loss against Saint Francis and a close victory over Butler University, the Badgers don’t necessarily possess the record they wish they did.
Avyanna Young played her final game in a Wisconsin uniform Thursday, as the Badgers fell to Michigan State in the second round of the Big Ten tournament.
The Badgers would have liked to leave Milwaukee and enter the upcoming UNLV tournament on a high note, but Milwaukee had other plans.Behind the strong play of junior guard Jenny Lindner and senior guard Sierra Ford-Washington, the Panthers (3-1) were able to dismantle Wisconsin (1-4) fairly easily by a score of 80-63.Lindner finished the night with 28 points on 9-of-19 shooting.
After suffering a plague of closeout mishaps and blowout losses to open the season, the Wisconsin Badgers scratched and clawed their way to a win Sunday evening.
Kendra Van Leeuwen nailed a huge three-pointer to bring the game within one possession late, but the Badgers comeback bid fell short.
What began as a promising night for Wisconsin women’s basketball ended up being a crushing loss in front of its home crowd.Wisconsin (0-3) welcomed the Dayton Flyers (1-2) to the Kohl Center in what truly was a tale of two halves and would eventually result in Dayton snagging its first victory of the season.
Head coach Jonathan Tsipis leads his Badger squad into a battle with an old foe Wednesday as the Atlantic-10’s Dayton Flyers come to town.
Sidney Cooks long-awaited decision came and passed Tuesday, as the six-foot-four-inch senior forward declared her allegiance to Sparty.
The Badgers’ season, and the Jonathan Tsipis era, did not start as they hoped it would. After two solid showings at the Kohl Center in exhibition matches, the team traveled east to take on the University of Charlotte for the season opener this past Friday.The Badgers lost to the Conference USA team 63-48.
The Badgers hosted their second and final exhibition game Tuesday night, with the in-state UW-Stout Blue Devils in town, part of an annual matchup between the Badgers and one of the UW schools.
It wasn’t pretty, nor was it easy, but Wisconsin left the Kohl Center floor with a ‘W’ after taking down Winona State 78-71 in Sunday’s exhibition match.The Badgers left the first quarter up 22-11 and extended that lead in the second to make it 41-19.
Nicole Bauman racked up 23 points Thursday against Maryland, but it wasn't enough to top the Terrapins.
Though nearly 10,000 fans packed the Kohl Center for UW's "Think Pink" initiative, the Badgers were blown out by Michigan State.
Wisconsin's collection of talented guards, highlighted by Nicole Bauman, will need to regain its shooting form against the Spartans.