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.
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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.
It wasn’t a win, but you couldn’t have told that from the reaction of Wisconsin’s bench as they streamed onto the ice.The emotional outpouring, from Jack Berry’s exuberant sliding fist pump to Peter Tischke’s elated hugs, wasn’t about the extra point in the conference standings that the Badgers had just earned as much as the expression of a team that has finally found its confidence after months of underperforming expectations.
Turnovers and defensive lapses have been a recurring theme for the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team.
No. 18 Wisconsin (7-8-2 Big Ten, 13-12-3 overall) vs. No. 14 Penn State (6-8-3-2, 13-11-3).Wisconsin beat Penn State last night, 4-2.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (25-1-1) beat the St. Cloud State Huskies (6-16-3) 4-0 Saturday afternoon in a sold-out game at LaBahn Arena.
For the majority of Wisconsin’s games this season, the story has been this: UW played well, but it still couldn’t win. With only a few series to go and No. 18 UW (7-8-2 Big Ten, 13-12-3 overall) sitting outside the top-16, close losses and moral victories are no longer enough for the Badgers. And while No. 14 Penn State (6-8-3-2, 13-11-3) led Wisconsin for the majority of the night, and the story of UW’s season looked like it was destined to repeat itself, the Badgers found a way to rewrite the script and come from behind in a thrilling 4-2 victory.
Yet again early in a conference game, the Wisconsin Badgers (3-6 Big Ten, 10-12 overall) found themselves trailing by double-digits.
The Wisconsin Badgers (3-2 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) wrestling team hosted the Indiana (0-5, 6-6) Friday night, and found themselves in a dog fight early as they trailed 12-3 after three matches, which included two pins by the Hoosiers.
Fresh off of an overtime win and a draw against the unranked Bemidji State Beavers, the No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (24-1-1-0) return to the ice this weekend for a pair of games versus the St. Cloud State Huskies.