The University of Wisconsin Badger volleyball team (6-8 Big Ten, 14-12 overall) made a big statement on Sunday in front of more than 4,000 fans, shocking Penn State (11-3, 18-6), the four-time defending NCAA champions. Lead by freshman Ellen Chapman's career day (18 kills, 14 digs), the Badgers beat the Nittany Lions in five sets. Fumbling slightly in a hard fought third, and falling further in the fourth, the pressure didn't seem to get to the Badgers as a 15-12 fifth set sealed the deal. Sunday's win gave Wisconsin its biggest upset since 2006, also against Penn State. Wisconsin will take on No. 23 Michigan on Friday night and Michigan State on Saturday night at the UW Field House.
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Yellowcard will take the stage at the Majestic Thursday night with a level of energy and unity unusual for a 14-year-old band. Coming off of a three-year hiatus, Yellowcard is looking to return to doing what they love: touring and leaving an impact on their fans.
The UW Cycling club (a UW Club sport) announced Tuesday that Trek Bicycle Corporation, based in Waterloo, Wis., has chosen to extend a major sponsorship offer to the team. The team will join Team Radioshack, former home of now-retired Lance Armstrong, and a select few other mountain bike, road and triathlon racing teams as a sponsored Trek Cycling Team.
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