As part of Gameday IV, The Daily Cardinal’s Reagan Eckley takes a look around the conference for a couple of high-profile matchups this Saturday.
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After sweeping Notre Dame their season opener, No. 14 Wisconsin (2-1) was unable to keep the momentum alive and fell to No. 6 Michigan (3-0) 5-2 in the first game of their home opener series.
Coming into the 2019-20 season, Wisconsin men’s hockey garnered a lot of attention as a team that could potentially rise to the top of the Big Ten after six straight seasons of missing the NCAA Tournament. Tony Granato’s Badgers, however, failed to deliver on those expectations after falling to 14-20 and missing the tournament for the seventh season in a row.
The No. 9 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0) announced as of Thursday that a total of 16 players and staff members had tested positive for COVID-19, resulting in a pause of all activities and the cancellation of their scheduled game for Saturday against Nebraska (0-1).
On Friday morning, UW-Madison announced Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s appointment to a four-year term on the NCAA Board of Governors as a representative of the Big Ten athletic conference.
The announcement of the return of Big Ten football last Wednesday has players and fans all across the country excited to see their teams back in action. But with the other conferences starting play weeks before the Big Ten, the College Football Playoff outlook is now changing for the other Power Five conferences.
This past weekend, Wisconsin softball (14-10 overall) traveled to Tampa, Florida for the USF Tournament, their final pre-season tournament, and played five games over three days.
After ending the 2019 season 43-19 — the second-most wins in program history and the fastest team to reach 30 wins ever for Wisconsin — Badger softball came into the 2020 season looking to write more stats in the history book. With 13 returning players and some fresh new faces, Wisconsin (10-9 overall) began the season with a hopeful outlook.