Two teams extremely familiar with each other fought until the very end in a Sweet 16 match for the ages that had one team screaming for joy after a comeback.
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The Badgers were all business Thursday night, as they treated their fans to a dominating performance in the first round of the NCAA Tourney.
The Badgers (17-3 Big Ten, 25-4 overall) are headed to their fourth straight NCAA Tournament as the No. 3 seed, the highest seeding in program history, behind the coaching of Kelly Sheffield and the leadership of senior Lauren Carlini.
The No. 3 Wisconsin Badgers (13-2 Big Ten, 23-3 overall) made a statement with their dominating performance against the No. 18 Michigan Wolverines (10-7, 21-8), after almost losing to them earlier in the season.
The No. 3 Wisconsin Badgers (14-2 Big Ten, 22-3 overall) have another grueling weekend ahead of them as they will take on No. 18 Michigan (10-6, 21-7) and No. 13 Michigan State (12-4, 23-5) at the UW Field House.
The No. 3 Badgers (14-2 Big Ten, 22-3 overall) extended their winning streak to seven over the weekend, after defeating Illinois (7-9, 14-13) and Northwestern (1-14, 8-19).
The Wisconsin Badgers (11-2 Big Ten, 19-3 overall) came away from Columbus, Ohio, with another win over a ranked opponent, No. 22 Ohio State (5-8, 15-10), despite being without star freshman Molly Haggerty, who was out with a leg injury.
The No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers (8-2 Big Ten, 16-3 overall) return home for another tough weekend of Big Ten play featuring yet another powerhouse, taking on No. 10 Penn State (9-1, 17-4) and Rutgers (0-10, 4-19).
The Wisconsin Badgers (8-2 Big Ten, 16-3 overall) continued to struggle against the top competition in the country this weekend, falling to No. 1 Nebraska (8-1, 17-1) in straight sets.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (6-1 Big Ten, 14-2 overall) faltered at home in front of a sold out crowd against No. 3 Minnesota (6-1, 14-2) for their first Big Ten loss of the season.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (6-0 Big Ten, 14-1 overall) have a tough slate of games ahead of them this week, taking on No. 3 Minnesota (5-1, 13-2) on Wednesday and No. 18 Michigan (4-2, 15-3) in Ann Arbor, Mich. on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Wisconsin (5-0 Big Ten, 13-1 overall) dominated from the get-go against Rutgers (0-5, 4-14) Wednesday evening to remain undefeated in the Big Ten and extend its winning streak to eight games.
The Badgers (4-0 Big Ten, 12-1 overall) remained undefeated in the Big Ten after an exciting weekend that included a nail-biting win over No. 14 Purdue (11-4, 1-3) and a dominating victory against Indiana (12-5, 1-3).
Coming off a stunning come-from-behind win against then-No. 2 Texas, the No. 3 Badgers (8-1) will look to continue their momentum as they open up Big Ten play.
The Badgers had a tough weekend in Chapel Hill, N.C.,for the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, losing their first match of the season.
Wisconsin started the 2016 season with high expectations after earning a No. 4 ranking in the AVCA Coaches poll. It only took three games for those expectations to rise even higher.
Junior midfielder Rose Lavelle has been named to the U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team roster, according to a Monday release.
If someone were to ask a student who the best athletes are on the UW-Madison campus, most people would give names such as Nigel Hayes, Corey Clement or Lauren Carlini. One name unlikely to be mentioned is Rose Lavelle, which shouldn’t be the case. Lavelle is one of the best college soccer players in the nation and was rated as the preseason No. 2 player in the country by TopDrawerSoccer.com.
No. 25 Wisconsin (8-1-1 Big Ten, 11-4-3 overall) will look to take sole possession of the Big Ten championship against Northwestern (6-3-1, 12-4-2) in its final regular season game at home Wednesday. The Badgers have already locked up a share of the conference championship, but a victory would give it to them outright.
Wisconsin headed east looking to grab a share of its first Big Ten title since 1994, needing a win over the struggling Maryland Terrapins.