Senior forward Sarah Nurse scored four goals to help top-ranked Wisconsin (5-0-1 WCHA, 7-0-1 overall) defeat No. 9 North Dakota (3-3, 4-3-1) by a score of 5-2 Sunday afternoon."You don't see somebody score four goals very often in a game," head coach Mark Johnson told uwbadgers.com.
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As with most exhibition games, it’s hard to really take anything concrete away from the score alone.
New and improved Koenig shinesAfter spending most of the offseason in Los Angeles working out with various high-profile basketball trainers, Bronson Koenig returned to Madison this fall in what he called the best shape of his life. It didn’t take long for Koenig and his new and improved body to make an impact on the court.
The Wisconsin Badgers (8-2 Big Ten, 16-3 overall) continued to struggle against the top competition in the country this weekend, falling to No. 1 Nebraska (8-1, 17-1) in straight sets.
The Wisconsin Badgers’ defense knew it had to get back on track after allowing a season-high 30 points last week, and Saturday was mission accomplished as UW (2-2 Big Ten, 5-2 overall) held the Iowa Hawkeyes (3-2, 5-3) out of the endzone in a 17-9 victory in Iowa City to reclaim the Heartland Trophy.Justin Wilcox’s defense is a group that won’t be satisfied with allowing nine points, but the way they shut down senior quarterback C.J. Beathard and the Iowa offense left little to complain about.
Behind two third-period goals, No. 1 Wisconsin (4-0-1 WCHA, 6-0-1 overall) beat No. 9 North Dakota (3-2, 4-2-1) 2-0 Saturday afternoon.After a scoreless first period, UW ramped up its pressure, outshooting UND 19-2 in the second period.
The Badgers (3-2-2 Big Ten, 8-3-3 overall) spent their Friday evening battling the No. 7 Indiana Hoosiers (2-0-5 Big Ten, 8-1-6 overall) to a 0-0 tie with both teams in a tug-of-war all night for an offensive advantage.
The Iowa Hawkeyes had extremely high hopes going into their 2016 football campaign. In 2015, Iowa went 12-2 overall and 8-0 in the Big Ten, earning a spot in the Big Ten championship game, where they eventually lost a tight, hard-fought contest to Michigan State 16-13.
College Football Week 7 did not offer much in terms of upsets, but, despite the majority of favorites winning, there was still plenty of entertainment, including two significant overtime thrillers.
Andrew Tucker, football feature writer 31-7 Wisconsin Iowa has proven this year that it isn’t very good.
Iowa running back Akrum Wadley vs UW safety Leo MussoOne key matchup to watch Saturday is Iowa’s breakout junior running back Akrum Wadley and his big-play ability going up against Leo Musso and his consistent touchdown-saving tackling.
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In this week's episode of the Cardinal Zone Podcast, host Bobby Ehrlich previews the Iowa-Wisconsin matchup with Sports Editor Thomas Valtin-Erwin and Football Columnist Zach Rastall.
As redshirt freshman quarterback Alex Hornibrook dropped back to pass on the final play of overtime, he looked to his right hoping to find an open receiver.
Stacks of old photo albums at my Wisconsin born-and-raised grandma’s house are proof of the importance my family places on Badger football.
I’ll be the first to admit that I love football. There’s something inherently primal about lining up in front of someone, knowing that your only goal in that moment is either to get past them or stop them from getting past you.It’s not necessarily always that simple, but when you get the ball in your hands, all you’re focused on is plowing through people to reach your goal.
Iowa Keys to the GameProtect the passerDuring the Kirk Ferentz era, the Iowa Hawkeyes struggled with year-to-year consistency.
For many Badgers starters, the road from high school to being a Wisconsin football star was pretty linear: standout at an in-state high school, get heavily recruited, receive playing time as an underclassman and then start as a weathered veteran.For others, like senior kicker Andrew Endicott, it was a winding road that would be deemed unrealistic if it was the plot of a movie.Endicott was born and raised in Roseville, Calif., where he played football for Jesuit High School.
Badgers to take on dominant Wolfpack in tough road meetWisconsin head swim and dive coach Whitney Hite has tried his hardest over the last few seasons to schedule a veritable gauntlet of meets for his athletes during the first half of the season, and this year has been no exception.The Badgers opened their dual meet season with narrow losses to SEC powerhouse Auburn on both the men’s and women’s sides, but came away from that meet with seven provisional NCAA qualifiers.
Fresh off of a tough non-conference sweep over No. 8 Clarkson, top-ranked Wisconsin (3-0-1 WCHA, 5-0-1 overall) is set to return to WCHA play at No. 10 North Dakota October 22 and 23.“Certainly pleased with the effort this past weekend with our games at Clarkson, I knew it was going to be challenging,” Johnson said at his press conference Monday, according to UWBadgers.com.