Offensive fireworks were the theme of the weekend for Wisconsin Softball, as the Badgers outscored their opponents 35-7 on the way to a 3-0 record in the Houston Hilton Plaza Classic.
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“I feel like we can run the table, I really do,” said Nigel Hayes, maybe.
Drive for five: NCAA Tournament bracket released, Wisconsin set to face Robert Morris in opening round
When the NCAA announced the eight-team bracket for the 2017 women’s ice hockey tournament on March 5, it didn’t come with any surprises for the top-ranked Wisconsin Badgers, but it did bring some welcome news, and some unknown matchups.
University of Minnesota-Duluth goaltender Maddie Rooney had stolen the show the day before against Minnesota, and for 40 minutes, she threatened to do the same to Wisconsin in the final of the WCHA Tournament.
Getting to Harrison, New Jersey may not be what most people would consider as a huge step in their career. A suburb of Newark that has a population almost 25,000 less than the total enrollment at UW, this town is most famous for being the home of the New York Red Bulls, a professional soccer team that plays in the MLS.
In the week leading up to his team’s final game of the regular season, Bronson Koenig made one thing clear: He wants to be remembered as a winner.
Nigel Hayes and the senior class ended their Kohl Center careers on the highest of highs, blowing out Minnesota in front of the Wisconsin faithful.
Coaches often stress the importance of playing with a lead. Playing with a lead allows a team to skate with confidence and play more sound hockey without taking chances. This was never more evident for the Badgers than it was this weekend, as they thrived while playing with the lead but struggled to play sound hockey when skating from behind.
All season long No. 1 Wisconsin and North Dakota have played tough, physical—and at points chippy—games. With its season on the line, the Fighting Hawks gave the Badgers all they had, but it was UW who came out with the hard-fought 2-1 victory, thanks to junior forward Emily Clark’s ninth game-winning goal of the season.
It’s been almost five years since Zak Showalter first stepped foot onto the floor of the Kohl Center. Sunday evening, with a No. 2 seed in the Big Ten Tournament on the line, he’ll do so one final time.
Friday, the No. 31 Wisconsin men’s tennis team (8-2) hosted its last two non-conference opponents in a double header.
Following a first-round victory over Rutgers University, the Wisconsin Badgers were scheduled to face off against Michigan State Thursday night, a team who defeated Wisconsin at home 81-57 earlier in the season.
For the Wisconsin Badgers wrestling team, their last practice started with a game of handball. While it may not be Olympic regulation handball, the game was clearly important, with head coach Barry Davis scoring the goals by giving a big two-handed fist pump.
Wisconsin point guard D'mitrik Trice went scoreless in his only career game against Nebraska, but he's a dramatically different player than he was in that contest two seasons ago.
Growing up in Marion, Iowa, Jordan Bohannon was a Badgers fan. Over the years, the Iowa Hawkeyes’ freshman point guard had been to the Kohl Center to watch two of his older brothers, both former Wisconsin basketball players, play more times than he can count.
Top-ranked Wisconsin (22-2-4 WCHA, 29-2-4 overall) will look to win back-to-back WCHA Final Face-Off titles this weekend after sweeping Minnesota State last weekend at LaBahn Arena.
In this week's edition of the Cardinal Zone Podcast, host Bobby Ehrlich talks to Cameron Lane-Flehinger about women's hockey's quest to capture the WCHA Tournament title, in which they will have to get past a physical North Dakota Team. Ehrlich then chats men's hockey and their NCAA Tournament chances. Ben Pickman then discusses the tanking men's basketball team and how they can possibly save the ship. Also, the panel ranks Big Ten schools in levels of obnoxiousness. Sneak peek: The Ohio State University is No. 1
Seven Wisconsin swimmers and five relays were selected by the NCAA to compete at the women’s National Championships later this month.
With Wisconsin clinging to a 3-2 lead in hostile territory, Peter Tischke laid his body on the line to help preserve the Badger lead.