In the final contest between border rivals No. 1 Wisconsin (13-2-1-0 WCHA, 23-2-1) and No. 2 Minnesota (12-4-2-1 WCHA, 20-4-3) for the regular season, the Badgers shut out the Golden Gophers 3-0 to dominate this weekend’s series following an overtime win by Wisconsin last night. The teams were 1-1-1 this season before today’s win by the Badgers.
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The No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (12-2-1-0 WCHA, 22-2-1 overall) started the second round of the Border Battle season series with an overtime win against the No. 1 Minnesota Golden Gophers (12-3-2 WCHA, 20-3-3 overall) by a score of 5-4.
No. 1 Wisconsin (11-2-1-0 WCHA, 21-2-1 overall) will take on the No. 2 Minnesota Golden Gophers (12-2-2-0 WCHA, 20-2-3 overall) — on the heels of a four-game away series — at LaBahn Arena this weekend.
Wisconsin (5-3 Big Ten, 12-7 overall) took care of business at home — as head coach Greg Gard earned Big Ten win number 50 — after defeating Nebraska (2-6 Big Ten, 7-12 overall) by a final of 82-68. However, Coach Gard was not the only one with a record setting night; Junior forward Nate Reuvers reached 127 career blocks, passing Rashard Griffith and vaunting himself into fourth place for career blocks in Wisconsin history. The record breaking didn’t end there, as the Badgers also set a new school record with 18 made three-pointers in the game.
Wisconsin (4-3 Big Ten, 11-7 overall) looks to advance its winning streak over Nebraska (2-5 Big Ten, 7-11 overall) when the Cornhuskers travel to the Kohl Center Tuesday night. The Badgers are currently 16-14 all-time against Nebraska, but have won 10 of the last 14 matchups.
Uncharacteristic mistakes cost Badgers a Rose Bowl win, extending Wisconsin's Rose Bowl losing streak
They really should have won.
For a class of seniors and team that has achieved so much, it’s tough to watch the 2019-20’ Badgers fall short of putting the ultimate icing on the cake and coming away with a win in the Rose Bowl. The script that was followed was familiar for Wisconsin, and one that spelled trouble for them earlier in the season as well.
So much for Big Ten road woes.
It’s New Year’s Eve, which means we’re just one day away from the 106th edition of the Rose Bowl Game between the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (10-3, 7-3 Big Ten) and the No. 6 Oregon Ducks (11-2, 8-1 Pac-12). Here’s a couple of things to know before the teams kick off in Pasadena, California tomorrow afternoon:
Wisconsin’s struggles away from Madison have been well documented to start the season.
In an Elite Eight matchup at the Fieldhouse, the No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers (18-2 Big Ten, 26-6 overall) triumphed over the No. 5 Nebraska Cornhuskers (17-3 Big Ten, 28-5 overall) in three sets to send the Badgers to Pittsburg for the Final Four.
On December 2nd, 2018, just over a year ago, Wisconsin had been announced as participants in the Pinstripe Bowl following a disappointing 7-5 regular season.
Wisconsin may have lost a heartbreaker to Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship, but there is plenty for Badger fans to cheer for
A week after the Badgers got a crack at the Golden Gophers after last years drubbing, Wisconsin had another shot for redemption, but this time against the Buckeyes with a Big Ten title on the line.
After their thrilling win last night at LaBahn Arena against the No. 10 University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs (4-5-2-1 WCHA, 8-7-2 overall), No. 1 Wisconsin (9-1-1-0 WHCA, 17-1-1 overall) came onto the ice tonight and stomped them 5-2.
For the Badgers, Kobe King reigned supreme.
We have already seen this matchup.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers’ women’s hockey team (9-1-1 WCHA, 17-1-1 overall) scraped by the No. 10 University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs (4-5-2 WCHA, 8-7-2 overall) by a score of 4-3 on Friday night for the Badgers fifth straight win.
Quintez Cephus made sure to make the most of Axe week and the matchup against rival Minnesota.
On Oct. 26, the Wisconsin Badgers posed no more of a threat to the Ohio State Buckeyes than any other team on the Buckeyes’ schedule to that point, and the Badgers got romped to a 38-7 final. So, when the Badgers take the field this Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with a Big Ten Championship on the line, their opponent, the still-undefeated Buckeyes, will have no shortage of confidence.
A year ago, around this time, Jack Coan wasn’t under center yet. He wasn’t taking snaps in front of a deflated Camp Randall crowd watching their Wisconsin Badgers fall to Minnesota for the first time in 15 seasons. Yet, from the sidelines, he and his teammates experienced the gravity of a loss that would hang on their backs for the next twelve months.