Sports


Wisconsin's women's rowing team captured the first women's national title in school history in 1975.

A history of women's sports at Wisconsin

Inspired by the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, women initiated a fight to create equal playing fields in all aspects in American society. After Title VII was passed to prohibit discrimination against race, color, national origin, religion and sex in response to this movement, women started to fight for equal opportunities in higher education.  


Musical career brings DJ Shawna home to "a special place"

When Wisconsin fans and students filed into Camp Randall for the first time this season on Aug. 31, they were met with an unfamiliar sight: a rebranded student section, dubbed Area Red. Many were treated to new t-shirts and a shuttle system that ferried students from downtown to the stadium.  


Former Wisconsin defender Lauren Williams was the first overall pick in the 2018 CWHL Draft, but if her franchise relocates, it will likely mark the end of her professional career.

'Figure it out for yourself': Former Badgers face daily challenges in pursuit of pro careers

From the moment she stepped on the ice for Wisconsin in October 2013, Ann-RenĂ©e Desbiens played like one of the best goaltenders in the world. 


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