After a hard-fought series with Ohio State, No. 1 Wisconsin (3-0-1 WCHA, 3-0-1 overall) is set to head on the road for a tough, non-conference matchup with No. 7 Clarkson (2-1-1 overall) this weekend.Friday’s home opener was a historic one for the Badgers, as senior goalie Ann-Renée Desbiens set the program record for career shutouts (40) in UW’s 3-0 victory.The Badgers jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead just minutes into the first period on a goal by junior forward Emily Clark.
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Wisconsin:Keep Barrett containedWith the sixth-best rushing defense in college football, even after facing the potent LSU, Michigan State and Michigan ground games, Wisconsin has proven that it has the ability to match up with any running back in the country.
In addition to somehow pulling out consecutive top-10 wins, injuries have been another major Badger storyline thus far as UW tries to find a way to stay in contention for the Big Ten title.The Badgers seem to add more names to the injury report each week, but despite this, the Badgers still own an impressive record.
The Wisconsin swim and dive team heads 250 miles west on Thursday for one of its most anticipated meets of the season: the Border Battle against Minnesota.Last Saturday, the Badgers fell to national powerhouse Auburn in the overall standings, but had some nice individual swims and relays, including two new pool records by senior Cannon Clifton in the 50-yard freestyle and the 400-yard freestyle relay.
Week six of College Football was full of scoring, as a multitude of defenses were beat by 40-plus, 50-plus and even 70-plus points (78 to be exact—looking at you, Rutgers). Teams are now setting up for the meat of their schedules, as conference play is making teams show up or be shown out.Pivotal matchups will only increase in number as the outcome of conference championships—and the College Football Playoffs—will be shaped by the results of games played in the following weeks.
As of Saturday, October 8 in the year of our Lord 2016, Purdue officially has a better record than Michigan State in the sport of football.That’s pretty much all you need to know about the Big Ten right now.
By almost all measures, the College Football Playoff is a perfect way to determine a champion.Except for one tiny, little problem: Some of the best teams in the nation get left out.Look, the CFP is a serious improvement from the old Bowl Championship Series, which featured no playoff at all and often had two teams that hadn’t quite earned it playing for all the marbles.The expansion to a four-team playoff was a good stepping-stone, but that is where the problem lies.
Thursday night, the Wisconsin Badgers (3-2-2 Big Ten, 6-4-5 overall), coming off a dominant win against Iowa, will travel to Ann Arbor, Mich., to take on No. 25 Michigan (5-2-0, 9-3-1), which has yet to lose at home this season.On Sunday, the Badgers put all the pieces together defensively and shut down a Hawkeyes team that never got the chance to produce much offense.
After leaving the field during a practice run Tuesday afternoon, O is listed as questionable for the Student Section Race this Saturday against Ohio State.
Most teams would expect the schedule to get easier after facing two top-10 opponents on the road in consecutive weeks.
Wisconsin men’s soccer defender, Sam Brotherton, earned his seventh cap for the New Zealand national team Tuesday night, playing 32 minutes against the United States in a tightly contested 1-1 draw.The impressive result for the All Whites came just three days after they held strong against a highly touted Mexico team.
Trigger warning from the writer: This story contains quotes with violent and threatening language toward women.Last week I drove out to Ann Arbor to cover the Badgers’ football game against the Michigan Wolverines.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (6-1 Big Ten, 14-2 overall) faltered at home in front of a sold out crowd against No. 3 Minnesota (6-1, 14-2) for their first Big Ten loss of the season.The Badgers took an early lead in the first set 6-4 after trading points with Minnesota to start the game, but the lead was short-lived as the Gophers went on a five-point run to take a 9-6 lead.
Michigan prevailed in overtime against Indiana in unimpressive fashion last week.
Lauryn Gillis and the Badgers are looking to upset Stanford Friday evening on the road.
Sam Brotherton hit the post late in regulation during Wisconsin's 0-0 tie against Indiana.
Ann-Renée Desbiens has been lights-out for the Badgers this season, allowing just three goals through four games.
The Badgers (3-1-1 Big Ten, 7-2-2 overall) offense woke up Tuesday night against in-state rival UW-Green Bay (1-2-2 Horizon League, 2-8-2 overall), shredding the Phoenix defense for three goals to earn a 3-0 victory.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (6-0 Big Ten, 14-1 overall) have a tough slate of games ahead of them this week, taking on No. 3 Minnesota (5-1, 13-2) on Wednesday and No. 18 Michigan (4-2, 15-3) in Ann Arbor, Mich. on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Wisconsin (3-2-2 Big Ten, 6-4-5 overall) showed their defensive dominance Sunday afternoon when they beat Iowa (1-6-0, 7-8-0) by a score of 1-0 on Senior Day at the McClimon Soccer Complex.It was all Badgers from the moment the game began, with junior goaltender Caitlyn Clem often hanging around near midfield, rather than in the six-yard box, because the game was contained to the Hawkeyes’ zone.Sophomore forward Emily Borgmann praised her teammates for preventing Iowa from creating chances.“They put a lot of work in, and they were just like a brick wall out there, so props to them,” Borgmann said.Wisconsin swept Iowa in every single statistical category except for saves.