The top-ranked Wisconsin women’s hockey team (10-0) completed a sweep of No. 2 Ohio State (6-2) this weekend at LaBahn Arena in a rematch of last year’s WCHA Conference Championship.
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The No. 1 ranked Wisconsin women's hockey team improved to 6-0 following a series sweep of conference foe St. Cloud State (2-2) this past weekend at LaBahn Arena.
The Wisconsin women’s hockey team (2-0) looked like they hadn’t lost a step this past weekend, sweeping Lindenwood (0-2) to open up their 2021 title defense.
Rutgers vs. No. 19 Michigan
An early bye week this season means we don’t have too much to go off of, but with the Badgers not playing football this upcoming Saturday, let’s revisit those first two games and evaluate the team thus far.
Well, I think it’s safe to say this wasn’t expected. After a long spring and summer of blaming COVID-19, the stealing of plays, the lack of fans and the oddity that was 2020 as a whole for last year’s abysmal season, the Badgers were given a chance to play without any of those factors and they looked the exact same.
Camp Randall Stadium, like many of the other great venues in college football, desperately missed a key element during the 2020 season: a real crowd.
"Let's talk to the hero," ESPN announcer Clay Matvick said.
The (technically) reigning champions Wisconsin women's hockey team (14-3-1) starts their quest to defend their two-year-old title on Tuesday in Erie, PA. The No. 2 seed Badgers face No. 15 Providence in the first round.
The No. 1 Wisconsin women's hockey team (12-3-1) faces off against No. 4 seed Minnesota in the first semifinal of the WCHA Final Faceoff this weekend in Minneapolis with a chance to earn a match against No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth or No. 3 Ohio State in the championship game.
The Wisconsin women's hockey team (12-3-1) became WCHA regular-season champions for the second straight season following a 4-3 overtime win over Minnesota-Duluth (11-5) Saturday afternoon at Amsoil Arena.
The Wisconsin women’s hockey team (11-2-1) wraps up their regular season this weekend, traveling to face Minnesota-Duluth (10-4) with the WCHA title on the line.
MADISON, Wis. - The Wisconsin women's hockey team (11-2-1) wrapped up their home season with a 7-0 shutout over Bemidji State (2-12-2) in a penalty-ridden affair Saturday afternoon at Labahn Arena.
Madison, WI — Wisconsin goaltender Kennedy Blair only faced 12 shots all game, but the senior did her job, saving them all.
The No. 1 Wisconsin women’s hockey team (9-2-1) plays host to Bemidji State (2-10-2) this weekend at LaBahn Arena in their last home series of the regular season.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers women's hockey team (8-2) will travel to Minneapolis and take on the No. 2 Minnesota Gophers (9-4) in this season's second iteration of the Border Battle.
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.
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.
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 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.