Through 12 games and almost two months, No. 1 Wisconsin (9-0-1 WCHA, 11-0-1 overall) has proven itself as the clear best team in women’s collegiate hockey this season, holding the top spot in every USCHO.com poll and collecting every first place vote in all but three of them.The only piece missing from the Badgers’ résumé is a win against another top team, the squads that Wisconsin will have to beat to make a deep run in the NCAA tournament.
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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.
With just over four minutes to go in the second half, senior guard Bronson Koenig dribbled toward his right, off a screen set by senior forward Ethan Happ.
Sidney Cooks long-awaited decision came and passed Tuesday, as the six-foot-four-inch senior forward declared her allegiance to Sparty.
The No. 9 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0) are undefeated.That’s something that UW couldn’t say after its opening home game last season.
Coach Jonathan Tsipis’ young Badger squad got their first taste of late-game disappointment Sunday night, as their execution down the stretch against the Saint Francis Red Flash ended up costing them the game.
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.
Cross Country: Wisconsin men capture regional title, women finish third, both qualify for NCAA Championship meet
Throughout his career as a Badger, senior Malachy Schrobilgen had amassed numerous individual accolades—three-time All-American, three-time Big Ten champion, two-time Big Ten Cross Country Men’s Athlete of the Year—but a win at the Great Lakes regional had escaped him in his first three tries.Ironically, Schrobilgen was one of the last to know that he had finally captured that elusive victory at Friday’s regional championships, as he assumed that teammate Morgan McDonald had crossed the line first until informed by a member of the media shortly before an interview.
The No. 3 Badgers (14-2 Big Ten, 22-3 overall) extended their winning streak to seven over the weekend, after defeating Illinois (7-9, 14-13) and Northwestern (1-14, 8-19).The defense of Wisconsin was crucial to the first win of the weekend against Illinois on Friday.
When the event lists were released for the USA College Challenge, it was surprising to see senior Cannon Clifton in only one event, the 100-yard freestyle.But swimming in just the one event proved to be an advantage for Clifton this weekend, as he showed his speed en route to a third-place individual finish and a game-changing split on the Big Ten’s winning 400-yard freestyle relay.Saturday in individual competition, Clifton swam a 43.62, which ranks ninth in the nation.
While most of the college football landscape descended into sheer chaos this past weekend, the Badgers held serve at home in convincing fashion.A Wisconsin football team beating an Illinois team coached by Lovie Smith isn’t exactly uncharted territory.
The Badgers’ Big Ten title hopes came crashing down Sunday afternoon, as the No. 1 ranked Maryland Terrapins prevailed in a closely contested 2-1 match.
Senior Wisconsin cornerback Sojourn Shelton plays a lot of FIFA, and no one is happier about that than senior safety Leo Musso.
Wisconsin cruised to a 45-point victory over Illinois.
After a successful career at UW, undrafted free agent Dare Ogunbowale hopes to have a similar impact on the Houston Texans next season.
For the first five and a half minutes of the game, the Illinois Fighting Illini (2-5 Big Ten, 3-7 overall) were right in it against the No. 7 Wisconsin Badgers (5-2, 8-2). Then UW scored touchdowns on four-straight drives and cruised to a 48-3 win on homecoming night.The game was more-or-less decided by halftime as Wisconsin went to the locker room with a 31-3 lead.
The No. 18 Wisconsin Badgers (11-3-4 overall, 4-2-2) defeated the No. 7 Indiana Hoosiers (11-1-7 overall, 3-0-5 Big Ten) on penalty kicks Friday to advance to the final of the Big Ten soccer tournament.This win was Wisconsin’s first of the season against a nationally ranked opponent, and it comes at a crucial time with selection for the NCAA tournament looming.
The rosters for the USA College Challenge November 12 and 13 were released last week, and it’s safe to say the Badgers will be well-represented, with three men and three women selected to represent the Big Ten in Indianapolis this weekend.The USA College Challenge is a two-day swim meet that pits the top swimmers in one of the major college conferences—this year, the Big Ten—against members of the U.S.
The No. 9 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0) might have returned 99.7 percent of their scoring from last season, but in a 79-47 victory Friday night it was youth, not experience, that helped jump start UW’s offense and overpower Central Arkansas (0-1).Leading by just two points with a little over seven minutes to go in the first half, sophomore forward Charles Thomas spun baseline off the right block and found senior guard Bronson Koenig wide open for a 3-pointer in the left corner.
Rose Lavelle proved to everyone at the McClimon Complex why she is the No.1 player in the country, as she led Wisconsin (9-8-4) to a 1-0 victory over Marquette (12-2-8) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.Lavelle scored the lone goal in the 30th minute for the Badgers with a bomb off the edge of the 18-yard box that beat Marquette goaltender Maddy Henry at the far post.