Less than an hour after Wisconsin (3-9 Big Ten, 10-15 overall) dropped its third game of the week, injured sophomore point guard D’Mitrik Trice took to Twitter with a message for UW’s fan base.
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Having lost seven of eight games — four of which were double-digit losses — the Wisconsin men’s basketball team (3-8 Big Ten, 10-14 overall) heads to College Park, Md., Sunday staring down the barrel of its worst nine-game stretch in 20 years.
For the majority of Saturday afternoon, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team (2-10 Big Ten, 9-16 overall) made it a competitive game against the No 18 Ohio State women’s basketball team (8-3, 19-5) in front of a season-high 6,623 Kohl Center crowd.
The undefeated Wisconsin Badgers (6-0) continued their hot start to the season on Saturday, sweeping Green Bay 7-0 in the second part of a doubleheader, after defeating Bradley 7-0 in the first match of the day.
Coming off a loss at home on Wednesday, the Badgers look to bounce back with a win as they host Ohio State Saturday Saturday in their annual Play4Kay, Think Pink game.
No. 1 Wisconsin (26-1-1) travels to No. 6 Ohio State (17-7-4) this weekend in a matchup featuring two of the top teams in the country.
Much has been made this season of the Wisconsin men’s basketball team’s inability to close games.
Coming out of the under-16 media timeout at the 15:46 minute mark of the first half, the Rolling Stone’s hit song “Start Me Up” blared over the loudspeaker.
For the entirety of Wisconsin’s (3-7 Big Ten, 10-13) practice Tuesday afternoon, freshman point guard Brad Davison graced the Kohl Center floor without wearing the usual brace he straps around his banged-up left shoulder.
Hockey is vastly different than any other sport. It’s remarkably fast, uniquely physical and fiercely emotional.
Wisconsin and Michigan are both in full desperation mode. No. 18 Wisconsin (7-8-2-1 Big Ten, 13-12-3-0 Overall) will likely need to go around 4-2 over its last six games and have a pretty successful Big Ten Tournament run in order to make the postseason.
The Wisconsin women’s basketball team’s (2-9 Big Ten, 9-15 overall) first half scoring draught doomed UW, as the Minnesota Golden Gophers (6-3, 17-5) battled to a 61-51 victory over the Badgers."Collectively with our team though there were so many things we left out there tonight, there were opportunities that we didn't take advantage of, you have to credit that to Minnesota,” head coach Jonathan Tsipis said.
Coming off of their second conference win on Sunday at Illinois, the Wisconsin women’s basketball (2-8 Big Ten, 9-14 overall) returns home Wednesday night, as they welcome in their rivals, the Minnesota Golden Gophers (5-3, 16-5). In doing so, the Badgers will look to makeup for their loss to the Gophers that occured just 12 days ago in Minneapolis.
Less than ten minutes after addressing the media following Wisconsin’s (3-7 Big Ten, 10-13 overall) 74-63 loss to Nebraska (8-4, 17-8), a visibly saddened Ethan Happ was back on the Kohl Center floor putting up free throws.Happ, sporting a different pair of sneakers then the pair he played in earlier in the evening, was the lone Badger on the floor at the time.
Ethan Happ knew the Badgers needed a change if they wanted to turn their season around.Monday night at the Kohl Center, he would take up that call by himself, hitting his first career 3-pointer in the first half.
After a frustrating two-game road trip, the Wisconsin men’s basketball team (3-6 Big Ten, 10-12 overall) returns home Monday evening to meet the Nebraska Cornhuskers (7-4, 16-8) for the second time this year.
The Wisconsin men’s tennis team (2-2) struggled in their first weekend series away from home, as they dropped both of their matches.
The play of freshmen Nate Reuvers, Aleem Ford and Brad Davison give Wisconsin fans reasons to be hopeful heading into next season.
It’s always a difficult task to win on the road, Big Ten or not. So it must have been a jubilant feeling in the locker room for the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team ( 2-8 Big Ten, 9-14 overall) as they took down the University of Illinois Fighting Illini (0-9, 9-14) 70-61 in Champaign, Ill. The Badgers’ victory marks their first conference road-victory since March 1, 2015, when they took down the Penn State Nittany Lions 62-56 in State College, Pa.
The Wisconsin Badgers (26-1-1) came out and notched another victory against St. Cloud State (6-16-3) by a score of 3-2 on Sunday.