Wisconsin and Oregon took the court again for another high-stakes matchup Thursday night, not in basketball this time, but in volleyball. In a matchup these two fan bases have grown accustomed to seeing in winner-take-all matches the past few years, the No. 10 Badgers (16-4 Big Ten, 25-6 overall) took their turn at breaking the Duck’s (10-10 Pac-12, 16-14 overall) hearts, earning a four-set victory.
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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced Sunday that they will offer a special, one-time-only anything goes hunting event this Black Friday.
No. 10 Wisconsin (12-4 Big Ten, 20-6 overall) will be looking to extend its win streak to nine games Wednesday when it hits the road to face No. 18 Illinois (9-7, 18-9).
The Badgers open their season Saturday against the Louisiana Tech Techsters. Saturday serves as the return of sixth-year senior Michala Johnson to the Kohl Center floor. Johnson is back in Madison after bypassing the pro ranks for one final season with UW and, at age 24, is one of the oldest players in college basketball.
No. 11 Wisconsin (10-4 Big Ten, 18-6 overall) will be looking to extend its winning streak to seven games on Wednesday when it travels to Ann Arbor on Michigan (6-8, 16-9) for the second time in a week.
No. 13 Wisconsin (8-4 Big Ten, 16-6 overall) will be looking to extend its four-game Big Ten win streak when it hosts No. 25 Michigan (6-6, 16-7) and Michigan State (6-6, 14-9) this weekend.
Wisconsin (6-4 Big Ten, 14-6 overall) returns home this week to take on No. 17 Purdue (17-4, 8-2) and Indiana (13-10, 3-8). Purdue’s scouting report has already caught the attention of the Badgers’ coaching staff.
Coming off back-to-back losses to Minnesota, No. 16 Wisconsin had a huge weekend, sweeping Iowa and pulling off a huge road upset against No. 3 Nebraska. Coming into Saturday, the Badgers (6-4 Big Ten, 14-6 overall) had never beaten Nebraska — with their notoriously loud crowd — in Lincoln.
After falling to Minnesota at home last week, the Badgers had a chance to return the favor over the weekend.
After losing a close five-set match with the Minnesota Gophers Wednesday in Madison, No. 15 Wisconsin (4-3 Big Ten, 12-5 overall) will be looking to earn a victory this upcoming Saturday to earn a split with its rival, No. 11 Minnesota (6-1, 14-3).
No. 19 Wisconsin (1-2 Big Ten, 9-4 overall) walked away with a victory in its Big Ten home opener against No. 7 Illinois (2-1, 11-3) Wednesday, winning 25-16, 25-21, 21-25 and 25-22.
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Unfortunately for No. 16 Wisconsin (0-1 Big Ten, 8-3 over- all), it opened up this year’s Big Ten play in the same way they did last year by getting swept by Penn State. The No. 1 Nittany Lions (1-0, 12-0), back-to-back national champions, swept the
Though they won a pair of matches over the weekend, the Badgers will begin Big Ten play with the bitter taste of defeat still in their mouths.
Wisconsin and Alabama square off this Saturday. Here's the kind of reaction you can expect if the Badgers fall to the Crimson Tide.
Wisconsin is not a college basketball blue-blood. As hard as it may be for Badger fans to hear, UW just doesn’t have the 50 or more years of success that teams like Kansas and UNC have enjoyed. However, the lack of elite status is one of the many things that made Wisconsin’s victory over Kentucky last season that much better.
A 22-game win streak, a Big Ten Championship and a flurry of major awards. On the surface it sounds like a successful season. For the Badgers, however, the 2014 season left much to be desired.
Gov. Scott Walker put major changes to Wisconsin’s education system on the table Tuesday as he introduced his proposal for the state budget to the state Legislature.
Something terrible had happened after my first spot of luck in a long while. I, Terry Olivier—English TA, private eye and erstwhile golden boy—had gotten my first case in over a year. From a series of telegrams from a Finnish company, no less. But nonelethess, I had a case: to find the increasingly mysterious Tenny Bros.
For the third time in a row, the No. 2 Badgers (31-2 overall) defeated No. 18 Ohio State (23-12) in the NCAA tournament, giving them their third win against the Buckeyes this season. Unlike the past two contests, Ohio State pushed the Badgers to a fifth set after getting swept in their first two matchups.