Yet again early in a conference game, the Wisconsin Badgers (3-6 Big Ten, 10-12 overall) found themselves trailing by double-digits.
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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.
The easiest six-game stretch in the Wisconsin men’s basketball team’s (3-5 Big Ten, 10-11 overall) conference schedule is over.
Just minutes after Wisconsin’s dominating — and emotional — 5-0 win over No. 1 Notre Dame at the United Center, the team’s attention had already turned from celebrating the biggest win of the season to looking for more success.“There’s so much belief in that locker room."
With championship season on the horizon, the unranked (men) /No. 19 (women) Wisconsin swim teams will head to Notre Dame for the two-day Shamrock Invitational.
For a large portion of Wisconsin’s (1-8 Big Ten, 8-14 overall) 69-55 loss to Indiana Wednesday night, UW was able to keep the game within single digits of Indiana (3-6, 10-12). But down the stretch, especially in the fourth quarter, it was incapable of converting its efforts into a successful outcome and fell short, yet again.
After snapping a seven-game losing streak at home on Sunday, UW (1-7 Big Ten, 8-13 overall) secured its first Big Ten win against Northwestern.
Three minutes and 42 seconds into Wisconsin’s (3-5 Big Ten, 10-11 overall) matchup with Iowa (2-7, 11-11) Tuesday night, the Badgers had taken nine shots.
While the Wisconsin Badgers (3-4 Big Ten, 10-10 overall) have struggled to play consistent basketball throughout the first twenty games of their season, UW’s struggles pale in comparison to its next opponent’s.The Badgers visit the Iowa Hawkeyes (1-7, 10-11) Tuesday night looking to win their second consecutive conference game.
For decades, the Wisconsin men’s basketball program was forgettable.Over the course of 40 seasons from 1954 to 1995, the Badgers notched just eight winning seasons and won 42.8 percent of their games.
Finally. After going winless in the Big-10 throughout December and deep into January, the University of Wisconsin Women’s basketball team broke the seal, as it took down the Northwestern Wildcats 58-46 to earn its first conference victory of the 2017-’18 season in front of a season-high attendance at the Kohl Center.
Chicago, Il — Wisconsin scored early, and they scored often. They scored at even strength, on the power play and on the penalty kill.
Basketball is fickle. Sometimes, like last Tuesday against Purdue, your opponent drills 14-of-22 threes and you lose by 28.
After a drubbing in West Lafayette, Ind., at the hands of then-No. 3 Purdue, the Wisconsin men’s basketball team (3-4 Big Ten, 10-10 overall) was desperate for a win — or at least a good all-around performance.
Nothing has come easy for the Wisconsin Badgers (2-4 Big Ten, 9-10 overall) during the 2017-’18 season.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Wisconsin women’s basketball team's (0-6 Big Ten, 7-13 overall) shooting woes and foul trouble that plagued them throughout the first half of their 90-65 loss to the Minnesota Golden Gophers (4-3, 15-5) gave UW a deficit that was too much to come back from.
After splitting a home series against Michigan State last weekend, Wisconsin has found itself in a position where it needs positive results.
After a disappointing fourth quarter against Penn State on Jan. 14, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team (0-6 Big Ten, 7-12 overall) will look to put together a rare complete game.
Twenty three-year-old Olympian and Wisconsin volunteer assistant coach Matthew Hutchins announced his retirement from competitive swimming on Wednesday through a statement to Swimming New Zealand.Hutchins enjoyed a highly successful college career as a Badger, twice placing in the top five nationally in the mile and owning four school records before exhausting his eligibility in spring 2017.