Beata Nelson will compete in a few weeks at the NCAA National Championships, along with several other UW swimmers.
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Top-ranked Wisconsin entered play Saturday with a 26-game home-winning streak—a streak that, until late in the third period, looked to be in jeopardy.
It only took six dives for freshman Kevin Pomeroy to cement his spot as a significant contributor on the Wisconsin swimming and diving team.
It was a historic night for No. 1 Wisconsin (3-0 WCHA, 3-0 overall) blanked Ohio State (2-1, 2-1) 3-0 at LaBahn Arena Friday night.
There was no lack of excitement in Thursday night’s thriller between the Wisconsin Badgers (2-2-2 Big Ten, 5-4-5 overall) and the Nebraska Cornhuskers (3-2-1, 9-4-1), which ultimately ended in a 1-1 tie after two overtime periods.The game went back and forth from the first whistle up until Nebraska found the back of the net thanks to a corner from junior midfielder Haley Hanson, which was put away by senior midfielder Sydney Miramontez.After that first goal, the game managed to stay 1-0 in Nebraska’s favor until sophomore Dani Rhodes took matters into her own hands.
The Wisconsin swimming and diving team has hired Canadian Olympian Jake Tapp as an assistant coach.
Kunin played a huge role in the Badgers win Saturday.
Defender Sam Brotherton of the Wisconsin men’s soccer team has been called up to the New Zealand national team once again, as the sophomore looks to add to his six caps with the All Whites.“It’s an amazing feeling, obviously; I never take it for granted,” Brotherton said.
Sam Brotherton, who started 17 games for the Badgers last year, will be the only amateur on the New Zealand Men's National Team.
Top-ranked Wisconsin (2-0 WCHA, 2-0 overall) is set to return to action after its bye week to host Ohio State (0-0, 2-0) in a weekend showdown at LaBahn Arena.The Badgers began their season with two victories over St.
Baylee Wellhausen scored the game-winning goal in overtime for the Badgers as they swept both games over Minnesota this past weekend.
A coach’s job can revolve around the in-game decisions they make, but months before the season started, head men’s hockey coach Tony Granato had to make a brutally tough choice about who his captain would be.
Wisconsin (5-0 Big Ten, 13-1 overall) dominated from the get-go against Rutgers (0-5, 4-14) Wednesday evening to remain undefeated in the Big Ten and extend its winning streak to eight games.The Badgers started the match on fire, jumping out to a 17-5 lead in the first set, and senior Lauren Carlini scored eight straight points to lead the team to a 25-6 set win.
The Wisconsin Badgers volleyball team continued its steady rise through the ranks of the nation’s elite this week, moving up one spot in the latest version of the AVCA coaches poll released Monday.
Coming off a finish just outside the top 20 at the NCAA Championships last season, the Wisconsin women’s swimming and diving team has reloaded its arsenal of weapons to come back even stronger this season.The Badgers lost just four seniors last year, three of whom were NCAA qualifiers, but only one, Jenny Holtzen, scored individually.
The Wisconsin Badgers have another defensive starter going under the knife as junior Derrick Tindal had surgery on his right hand Tuesday, the team confirmed.A team official described it as a minor procedure, and Tindal is not expected to miss the team’s next game against Ohio State.Tindal did not leave last Saturday’s game against the Michigan Wolverines with any injury, and he registered his third interception of the season off of a pass tipped by redshirt sophomore linebacker Jack Cichy in the third quarter.When Tindal spoke to reporters after the loss, he did not appear to have anything wrong with his right hand, so this surgery comes as a surprise entering the Badgers’ bye week.
After an extremely successful 2015-’16 season that saw multiple All-Americans, a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships and Matt Hutchins’ Big Ten Swimmer of the Year Award, head coach Whitney Hite and the Wisconsin swimming and diving team are ready to go and hungry for more.The Badgers did not lose many important swimmers to graduation and transfers, and in most cases, the new recruits are a significant upgrade from those who left.
The Wisconsin hype train finally hit a speed bump in Ann Arbor.The Badgers were not quite up to the task Saturday afternoon, as the power of Chryst was not enough to compel them to a win over Khaki Jesus and the Michigan Wolverines.It was an especially rough day for the Wisconsin offense, which looked more like the unit we saw scramble to a win against Georgia State than the one that was stellar in a 30-6 victory over Michigan State.
Whether in sports or in life, no one can understate the importance of a good first impression. As the puck dropped to open up the Badger men’s hockey team’s 2016 campaign, that fact was never clearer.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Jazz Peavy made one quick head fake to the middle of the field before planting his left foot and breaking out toward the sideline.