A day before the Badgers take the field, they make a trip out to the American Family Children’s Hospital.
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The Wisconsin Badgers (3-1) controlled the court over the Milwaukee Panthers (1-3) Sunday, winning 71-40, following their first loss of the season last Thursday to Colorado.
After beating the Minnesota State (2-5-2-2 WCHA, 6-5-2 overall) 3-2 last night in a tight game, the No. 2 Badgers (5-1-1-0 WCHA, 11-1-1 overall) came out on top today to finish out their weekend series against the Mavericks. Wisconsin is undefeated its last 20 games at LaBahn Arena with an 18-0-2 winning streak coming into this weekend’s home series.
Earning itself a year of bragging rights, Wisconsin (3-1) handed in-state rival Marquette (2-1) its first loss with a score of 77-61. The Golden Eagles fought to keep the game within reach, but after an MVP performance from senior guard Brevin Pritzl, the Wisconsin-Marquette narrative was changed.
The margins between winning and losing are often small, for Wisconsin’s men’s hockey team on Saturday night, they couldn’t have been smaller.
Jonathan Taylor must love when the Cornhuskers come up on the schedule.
The No. 3 seeded Wisconsin Badgers (10-0-1 Big Ten, 15-3-2 overall) opened the NCAA tournament with a 1-0 win over the Milwaukee Panthers (8-0-1 Horizon League, 17-2-1 Overall).
Another week, another trophy matchup in the Big Ten West as No. 14 Wisconsin (4-2 Big Ten, 7-2 overall) faces off with Nebraska (2-4 Big Ten, 4-5 overall) Saturday in the sixth edition of the battle for the Freedom Trophy. The trophy, named to honor United States veterans, depicts half of Camp Randall Stadium--built on a Civil War training ground--and half of Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium with a large American flag in the middle.
With just over 13 minutes left in the second period Wisconsin goaltender Daniel Lebedeff made a glove save on Notre Dame’s Colin Theisen. Down a goal, the Irish were knocking on Wisconsin’s doorstep with six of the periods first seven shots.
After disappointing road series against Minnesota, Badgers look to get back on track against Minnesota State
Fresh off of a bye week, the No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (4-1-1 WCHA, 10-1-1 overall) are back home at LaBahn Arena to face off against the Minnesota State Mavericks (2-4-2 WCHA, 6-4-2 overall).
If you’ve felt like Wisconsin’s men’s hockey team had been chasing the action all game in recent years, you wouldn’t be far off.
In parts of three seasons at Wisconsin, Jonathan Taylor has cemented himself among the many legendary running backs in program history. Saturday was just another day at the office for the perennial Heisman candidate, having his way against a strong defense in No. 13 Wisconsin’s (4-2 Big Ten, 7-2 overall) 24-22 victory over No. 18 Iowa (3-3 Big Ten, 6-3 overall) at Camp Randall Stadium.
It was 23 degrees in Madison at tip-off, with the wind-chill pushing that number well into the teens. It’s part of a nation-wide arctic blast, plummeting temperatures around the country.
What a difference a half makes.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: an NCAA decision is hurting a student athlete.
After two record setting games, all eyes are on junior forward Nate Reuvers as the Badgers enter their third game of the season against McNeese State Wednesday night. Last week, Wisconsin (1-1) defeated Eastern Illinois at home after a huge showing from Reuvers, who recorded his second career double-double consisting of 14 points, a season-high 14 rebounds, and nine blocks, which tied the school record. Reuvers’ performance earned him his first career Big Ten Player of the Week accolade, and improved his average to 18 points, 10 points, and 6.5 blocks a game thus far. In the game prior against St. Mary’s, Reuvers scored a career high of 22 points while also securing six rebounds and four blocks.
The Wisconsin Badgers (2-0) looked to continue their hot start after a dominant exhibition game over Whitewater, and a hard-fought 13 point victory over North Florida in their first league game of the season.
Rivalry football in November. What more could you ask for?
If there is one thing that each player said when looking to Iowa-Wisconsin, they continually referred to the matchup as old school football.
The Wisconsin Badgers are a well-disciplined, well-prepared, and well-coached football team. The coaching staff has a plan and they stick to it. But, on afternoons like two Saturdays ago in Columbus, Ohio, none of that mattered.