The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 13-3-4 overall) worked through their previous tough, demoralizing losses and beat the Memphis Tigers (7-2-0 AAC, 17-4-0) 3-0 to advance in the NCAA Tournament.
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After the Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (6-2 Big Ten, 10-6-2 overall) lost 1-0 to the Michigan Wolverines (4-2-2, 12-4-2) in the Big Ten Tournament Semifinal, their NCAA Tournament fate is out of their hands.
Everything was going well for the Badgers. Until it went really, really bad.
Wisconsin’s opening-night shutout win over then No. 10 Boston College caught the attention of the college hockey community and signalled that the Badgers had the talent to exceed expectations in 2018-’19. But given the program’s recent history, what they did the next night seemed even more significant.
As the skies get darker with winter approaching, a cloud of uncertainty also looms over the Wisconsin Badgers (4-2 Big Ten, 6-3 overall) as they get ready travel to Beaver Stadium in a showdown with the No. 21 Penn State Nittany Lions (3-3, 6-3). The Badgers are currently nine point underdogs, needing an upset to keep their faint Big Ten West hopes alive.
The 2018 season has lived up to high expectations for the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (9-5 Big Ten, 16-6 overall) so far. Ranked ninth overall in the preseason AVCA Coaches Poll, the Badgers have been consistent despite one recent blip.
In December 2011, Tony Granato received a phone call. An old friend from college had gotten a new job and was moving into town, and Granato was supposed to help him find a place to live.
Wisconsin came out of the gates strong already this year, dominating UW-Oshkosh 79-51 in an exhibition game last weekend, and it hopes to do the same to Winthrop in the official home opener Thursday night.
For the third consecutive year and 20th time in program history, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 12-3-4 overall) earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament.
Ethan Happ may never score more important points in garbage time.
The Wisconsin men’s basketball team began the 2018-'19 campaign in style Tuesday night, winning 85-63 over Coppin State at the Kohl Center.
The No. 16 Wisconsin Badgers (0-0-0 Big Ten, 4-4-0 overall) dropped both games of their weekend set to the No. 14 North Dakota Fighting Hawks (0-0-0 NCHC, 4-2-1 overall). Friday’s contest ended in a 5-0 blowout in favor of the Fighting Hawks, and Saturday night’s contest ended just seconds into overtime as Jacob Bernard-Docker found the back of the net for North Dakota, giving it a 3-2 win.
In a weekend series at the Verizon Center in Mankato, the Wisconsin Badgers (5-1-0- WCHA, 11-1-0 overall) beat Minnesota State (2-5-1, 4-5-1) 2-1 on Friday night and followed it up with a 2-0 shutout on Saturday.
The second-seed Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (6-2-0 Big Ten, 10-5-2 overall) overcame two two-goal deficits and wet conditions to dominate the seventh-seed Rutgers Scarlet Knights (2-6-0, 4-12-1) by a score of 6-3 as they advanced to the Big Ten Tournament semifinals.
Wisconsin women’s basketball furthered its perfect record in exhibitions since the 2005-06 season, after defeating UW-Oshkosh 79-51 Sunday at home in their final tune-up before the regular season.
A week ago in Evanston, the Wisconsin Badgers (4-2 Big Ten, 6-3 overall) seemed to be lacking energy during their loss to Northwestern.
Jonathan Taylor rushed for just 46 yards in Wisconsin’s (4-2 Big Ten, 6-3 overall) loss to Northwestern last week. He eclipsed that mark with his eighth run of the day, en route to 214 yards and three touchdowns and a 31-17 victory over Rutgers (0-6, 1-8) at Camp Randall.
The Wisconsin basketball team’s unofficial season opener Friday at the Kohl Center was their first opportunity to prove last year was an aberration. A promising but flawed performance in a 82-70 exhibition win against the UW-Oshkosh Titans showed this team is still a work in progress.
In their second away series of the season, the Badgers (9-1-0 overall, 3-1-0 WCHA) take on the Minnesota State Mavericks (4-3-1 overall, 2-3-1-1 WCHA) this weekend in Mankato.
Editor's note: Rutgers linebacker Izaia Bullock was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit murder Tuesday. He was immediately removed from the program. For any information or questions on how this may affect Rutgers this weekend, we defer to the local reporting, which can be found here.