Anya Covington and the Badgers welcome Michigan State to the Kohl Center, aiming to snap a three-game losing streak.
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Senior forward Anya Covington’s game-high 20 points was not enough as Wisconsin took the loss at Penn State.
Three days after setting the school record for the most three-pointers made in a game, the Wisconsin women's basketball team couldn't get anything to fall from behind the three-point line. The Badgers shot 1-for-12 from three-point range in a 69-54 road loss to No. 18 Penn State (9-3 Big Ten, 19-5 overall) Thursday night.
Over the past two weeks, the Wisconsin women's basketball team has shown that it can hang with any Big Ten team for 40 minutes, home or away. But against Iowa at the Kohl Center Thursday, it was the overtime period that did the Badgers in.
Sophomore Cassie Rochel’s seven points in the final four minutes helped seal the Badgers’ win over Michigan
Morgan Paige converted a layup that broke a 16-0 run for the Wolverines, and shifted the momentum in the Badgers’ favor.
Over Wisconsin’s last two games, senior forward Anya Covington has totaled 42 points, 20 rebounds and nine assists.
Senior forward Anya Covington and the rest of the Wisconsin women's basketball team look to keep their winning streak alive when they welcome Michigan to the Kohl Center on Monday. The Badgers (3-5 Big Ten, 7-13 overall) are fresh off of a 78-72 road victory over Minnesota on Thursday and have won two straight games. Meanwhile, Michigan (5-3, 16-5) hopes to bounce back from their first home loss of the season, falling to Penn State 77-56 on Thursday.
Senior forward Anya Covington once again shined on the court, leading the Badgers with 19 points and eight rebounds.
The Wisconsin women's basketball team's (3-5 Big Ten, 7-13 overall) quick start and ability to hold off a late Minnesota (3-5, 11-11) rally propelled the Badgers to come away with a 78-72 Big Ten win on the road. Tonight's game marked the highest point-total on the season for the Badgers, who shot 50 percent (30-60) from the floor.
Senior forward Anya Covington'c career-high 23 points led the Badgers to an easy victory against Northwestern.
Senior forward Anya Covington scored a career-high 23 points and matched her career high in rebounds with 12 as Wisconsin (2-5 Big Ten, 6-13 overall) handily defeated the Northwestern Wildcats (2-5, 12-8) 75-55 Sunday afternoon at the Kohl Center.
The Wisconsin women's basketball team (4-7 overall) is in the midst of a 12-day break, and based on its last few performances, it appears the time off comes at the perfect time for the Badgers.
In their first and only road game in the month of December, the Badgers women's basketball team suffered their worst loss of the season. Kansas' stifling defense carried the Jayhawks to a 73-44 victory over Wisconsin in a Big Ten/Big 12 Challenge contest on Thursday in Lawrence, Kan.
Sophomore guard Morgan Paige led the Badgers in scoring with 14 points off the bench. Despite her effort, Wisconsin lost to Kansas 44-73.
The Wisconsin Badgers women's basketball team looks to win back-to-back games for the first time this season as they host the Saint Louis Billikens in a Monday night tilt at the Kohl Center. This will be the second matchup of a two-game homestand for Wisconsin (3-5 overall), who defeated Boston College 58-50 in the Big Ten/ACC Women's Challenge on Wednesday.
Junior guard Taylor Wurtz’s aggressive play on the court has caught the attention of her coach and teammates.
The Badgers, fresh off of their second-place finish in the Colorado Omni Classic in Boulder, Colo., last weekend, face Boston College (2-2 overall) Wednesday as part of the Big Ten-ACC Challenge.
Players like junior guard Taylor Wurtz will step into leadership roles on a young and inexperienced UW roster this season.