In Derrick Tindal’s freshman year at Madison, 1,500 miles away from his Fort Lauderdale home, the defensive back played in 12 games and made two starts, one at safety and one at nickelback, and accumulated 10 tackles.
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After winning just 12 games over the last two years, Wisconsin rebounded from a dismal stretch with a 20-win season in Tony Granato’s first year at the helm. But the Badgers needed a 21st win to make the NCAA Tournament, a victory that they came within inches of snagging.
Wisconsin Badgers keep NCAA Tournament hopes alive with tight victory over Ohio State, advance to Big Ten Title Game
The No. 2-seed Badgers (20-14-1) battled No. 3-seed Ohio State (21-11-6) for the fifth time this season and broke a 2-2 series tie with a tight one-goal victory to advance to the Big Ten Championship.
Wisconsin Badgers look to avoid coming up just short, take on Ohio State Buckeyes in opening round of Big Ten Tournament
The Badgers had set themselves up perfectly.
After battling all season to put themselves in a position to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament, the Badgers deflated in front of the Kohl Center crowd, falling 3-1 and virtually ending their chance at an at-large berth.
The last time the No. 16 Badgers (12-6-0 Big Ten, 19-12-1 overall) met the No. 15 Buckeyes (9-8-1, 18-10-6), Ohio State erased a two-goal deficit with just two minutes left to force an overtime period in Madison Square Garden. Junior forward Cameron Hughes saved Wisconsin from a collapse, though, slamming home the game-winning goal and giving the Badgers a sweep.
With Wisconsin clinging to a 3-2 lead in hostile territory, Peter Tischke laid his body on the line to help preserve the Badger lead.
In what was probably its most highly anticipated series in years, No. 19 Wisconsin (11-5-0 Big Ten, 18-11-1 overall) came away with a key win and a heartbreaking loss in the Border Battle against No. 4 Minnesota (12-4-0, 21-9-2) for Big Ten supremacy.
Senior Aidan Cavallini, a perpetual fourth-liner, was promoted to the second line for the first time in his Wisconsin career Saturday night. He rewarded head coach Tony Granato with a pair of goals, giving the Badgers a 3-2 lead off a rebound and then eventually sealing the victory with an empty-netter.
Jack Berry spends his time on the ice between the pipes, often facing a barrage of shots from the opposing team.
After the first period, it was an all-around ugly night for the No. 17 Badgers, as they were swept right out of their own building by the Nittany Lions.
In his first three seasons as a Wisconsin Badger, Aidan Cavallini amassed a grand total of zero goals. He did, however, notch two assists in both his sophomore and junior campaigns, bringing his point total to a whopping four.
Legendary men's hockey coach Jeff Sauer, who guided the Badgers to two national championships in 1983 and 1990, passed away Thursday at the age of 73.
NEW YORK—In a span of just over seven hours, two Badger athletes turned dreams into memories in the city that never sleeps.
During the offseason, forward Luke Kunin made waves when he was selected as the first sophomore captain of the Badgers since former head coach Mike Eaves captained UW in the 1975-’76 season.
With the final seconds of regulation ticking off the clock, Corbin McGuire set up in the slot for a one-timer. He received a pass, wound up and fired a shot as the buzzer sounded.
After splitting its first conference series of the season before winter break, Wisconsin took a nearly month-long hiatus before returning to the ice with gusto last weekend.
Don’t let Marie Polzer’s southern drawl fool you. She is a Badger through and through.
This weekend, for the first time in its history, Wisconsin won its Big Ten opener.
Head coach Tony Granato stood back-to-back with Ryan Wagner after practice and asked the group of reporters who was taller.