After defeating the Nittany Lions the night before, No. 12 Wisconsin (9-7, 7-5 Big Ten) fell to Penn State (8-8, 6-8 Big Ten) 5-4 on Friday evening.
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It wasn’t the overwhelming victory of the first game of the series, but the Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (8-2-0) still managed to secure the road sweep with a 4-2 win over St. Cloud State (3-9-1) on Saturday.
No. 1 Wisconsin (2-0) pulled off a second three-set win Saturday night against No. 13 Purdue in the Fieldhouse tonight, but the match wasn’t as frictionless as the night prior. The Badgers came out of the gates with high energy on and off the bench after last night's win against Purdue. Hoping for a repeat performance, the Badgers were able to beat the Boilermakers in three sets, but with more difficulty.
Well the Big Ten is a tough conference, and the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (12-4 overall, 6-3 Big Ten) found out again Saturday afternoon, losing to a tough No. 15 Ohio State Buckeyes (12-4 overall, 6-4 Big Ten) team 72-62 Saturday afternoon.
The Badgers men’s basketball team (6-2 Big Ten, 12-3 overall) returns to the court to take on the No. 15 Ohio State Buckeyes (5-4 Big Ten, 11-4 overall) for a Saturday afternoon matinee.
While the cheers in the Wisconsin Field House were fake, the energy on the court as the Badgers swept the Boilermakers in three sets last night was very real. No 1. Wisconsin (1-0) defeated No. 13 Purdue (0-1) 25-14, 25-15, 25-16 by playing big at the net and staying consistent in their passing game.
Brette Pettet and Daryl Watts each recorded a hat-trick, Sophie Shirley added a goal and assist, and the No. 1 Wisconsin women's hockey team (7-2-0) cruised to a 10-0 stomping of St. Cloud State (3-8-1) to open the series on Friday.
Don’t look now Badger fans, but the No. 12 University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (9-6) might be the hottest team in the Big Ten.
Coming off a series sweep of rival Minnesota, The No. 1 ranked Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (6-2-0) will play St. Cloud State (3-7-1) on the road this weekend.
The No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (12-3 overall, 6-2 Big Ten) played suffocating defense in the second half against the Northwestern Wildcats (6-8 overall, 3-7 Big Ten) to pull away with a big 68-52 victory at the Kohl Center.
After a COVID-19 related delay to their fall season, there is lots of excitement surrounding the Badgers’ return to the court this year. While there may not be any fans at the Wisconsin Field House this Friday to watch their first match of the season against Purdue, Badger fans are sure to be tuning in, hoping to watch their first-ranked team dominate the court.
The University of Wisconsin men's hockey team (8-6) has been on somewhat of a hot streak after coming back from the holiday break, holding a 3-1 record so far in January. Wisconsin will look to continue that success in the upcoming road series with the Penn State University Nittany Lions (7-7).
After falling short in both games earlier this season, No. 12/14 Wisconsin (8-6 overall, 6-4 Big Ten) swept Arizona State (5-11-2) at home.
First, I should probably congratulate the Packers on a decisive win yesterday. They did, in fact, beat the Rams. I mean, Aaron Donald was playing with broken ribs and starting quarterback Jared Goff had thumb surgery three weeks ago and the Packers did everything they could to work Davante Adams away from Jalen Ramsey, but they did win. So kudos to them.
I have a lot of things I could say about the game between No. 9 Wisconsin (11-3 overall, 4-2 Big Ten) and Rutgers (7-5 overall, 3-5 Big Ten), but instead I will celebrate the Badgers 60-54 win here for a graf or two.
The Badgers’ (6-2-0) front line of Brette Pettet, Daryl Watts and Sophie Shirley led the way with a combined nine points as the Wisconsin women’s hockey team finished off a sweep of the Minnesota Golden Gophers (8-3-0) on Saturday with a 6-3 win at La Bahn Arena.
It looked as though the Wisconsin women’s hockey team (5-2) wasn’t too happy about surrendering their No. 1 ranking to their westward neighbors as the Badgers made a statement with a 5-0 beatdown of the top-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers (8-2) on Friday.
The No. 9 Wisconsin Badgers (4-2 Big Ten, 10-3 overall) head to Piscataway, N.J. to take on the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (3-4 Big Ten, 7-4 overall) on Friday evening. Both teams are looking to recover from debilitating losses. For the Badgers, it’s their worst loss of the season to No. 7 Michigan last Tuesday; for the Scarlet Knights, it’s a three-game Big Ten losing streak that’s lasted all of 2021.
After splitting the series with No. 1 Minnesota this past weekend, No. 12/14 Wisconsin (6-6 overall, 6-4 Big Ten) will face Arizona State (5-9-2) at home this weekend.
The Badgers will probably want to throw away the tape from tonight as the Wolverines ran away with a 77-51 victory in Ann Arbor. The Badgers shot under 30% from the field while Michigan shot 51% in what was easily the Badgers’ sloppiest performance of the season.