The Badgers’ postseason dreams of winning back-to-back Big Ten tournament titles came to an abrupt and harsh end in the tournament’s first round this Sunday, in which underdog No. 7 seed Ohio State beat the favorite No. 2 seed Wisconsin at McClimon Sports complex.
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In a stunning end to what was a dominating eight-game win streak and miracle season turnaround, the Badgers fell to Northwestern in a heartbreaking double-overtime defeat at the at the McClimon Sports Complex Wednesday night.
The Badgers will once again go on the road this Saturday, taking on Maryland, following an exciting two-game homestand in which Wisconsin continued its winning streak.
Coming off of a thrilling 3-2 comeback win against Michigan Thursday night, the Badgers squared off against Michigan State on a crisp Sunday afternoon, prevailing 1-0 in what was often a gridlocked match.
Returning home, the Badgers will face off against Michigan and Michigan State this weekend, seeking win No. 6 and No. 7 to extend their five-game winning streak.
What started as a three-game winning streak playing at home for the Badgers has progressed to dominating on the road, with Wisconsin (5-1-1 Big Ten, 8-4-3 overall) crushing Nebraska (1-4-2, 5-6-2) 3-0 Sunday afternoon.
With three Big Ten Conference home victories under their belt, the Badgers hope to continue their winning streak on the road against Iowa (0-4-1 Big Ten, 6-5-1 overall) and Nebraska (1-2-2, 5-4-2) this weekend.
In their second weekend of conference play, the Badgers have the chance to extend their two-game Big Ten winning streak at home Friday against rival No. 11 Minnesota, currently undefeated in conference.
For their first Big Ten conference game on their home turf, the Badgers dominated Indiana 3-0, cheered on by a crowd of all ages.
Following a tough loss on the road against No. 4 Penn State Thursday, the Badgers fought their way to a scoreless tie against No. 20 Ohio State Sunday in their fourth double-overtime game of the season.
Coming off a loss at home to Illinois State last week, Wisconsin battled to double-overtime draws against both Milwaukee and Kentucky while on the road this weekend.
Less than 24 hours after Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne's announced he would not indict the Madison Police Department officer who fatally shot Tony Robinson, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin held a press conference Wednesday, urging those upset with Ozanne's decision to peacefully demonstrate.
While the turnout for the annual Mifflin Street Block Party reached its highest numbers since 2012, the event overall ran smoothly for both attendees and police officers, according to Madison Police Department Lt. Carl Strasburg.
Although Forever Yogurt and Smokes on State recently joined Cosi and Diego’s Mexican Bistro on a growing list of State Street venues that have closed, the rate of closures on State Street is nothing new, according to Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4.
A small group of community members, many of them homeless, met at the top of State Street and marched to the City-County Building Thursday, asking city and county leaders to address the root causes of homelessness, sooner rather than later.
Madison Police Department Chief Mike Koval called for a broader discussion regarding MPD’s “deadly force” policy on his blog Tuesday, in the continuing aftermath following the shooting death of Tony Robinson this March.
A Friday letter promising administrative action from Mayor Paul Soglin regarding homelessness in Madison drew heated and angry criticism from community members at Monday’s Board of Estimates meeting.
With the underlying context of Tony Robinson’s death six weeks ago, more than 1,300 Madison area students filled the James Madison Memorial High School gym Sunday for a series of speakers focusing on the positive messages of youth empowerment, intermixed with student performances, workshops and live music.
Following the latest shooting incident early Saturday morning at State Street Brats, the downtown Madison area may no longer be considered immune from citywide gang violence, according to Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4.
A city committee approved a proposal to make much of the campus residential area glass-free for the weekend of the Revelry Music and Arts Festival and the Mifflin Street Block Party, according to Madison Police Department spokesperson Emily Hardiman.