Morgan McDonald’s training for Saturday’s national championships started six months ago in April, but the journey he took to the start line began years earlier when he and coach Mick Byrne formulated a plan to have the senior redshirt so that his final race would come at home in front of a passionate Badger fanbase.
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Weini Kelati had used the same strategy in every race she won in 2018, making a strong move shortly after the midway mark to pull away from her competition to one dominating victory after another.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 14-3-4 overall) looked to be heating up after a 3-0 win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament over the AAC conference champion Memphis Tigers (7-2 AAC, 17-4 overall).
The Wisconsin Badgers (3-0) got off to a shaky start during Saturday’s matchup against the North Dakota State (2-2) Bison, but they still were able to seal a 64-53 victory.
A year ago, Alicia Monson struggled to a 139th-place finish at the NCAA Division 1 Cross Country National Championships. It was a result that didn’t match up with what her training or her race results had suggested she was capable of, due largely to low iron levels that had sapped her ability to reach her peak performance.
It’s all been leading up to this.
For the third consecutive season, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 13-3-4 overall) advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament where they’ll face the Hofstra Pride (6-2-1 Colonial, 16-5-1 overall) in Palo Alto on Friday.
After beating No. 12 Purdue and Indiana last weekend, the No. 7 Wisconsin Badgers (11-5 Big Ten, 18-6 overall) jumped up a spot in the national polls. With a road trip east to face Ohio State and Maryland this weekend, the Badgers have a chance to keep the positive momentum rolling as the regular season winds down.
When asked what stands out about Ohio State this season, head coach Tony Granato had a simple answer.
After a bye week, the No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (5-1-0 WCHA, 11-1-0 overall) looks to take on the unranked Bemidji State Beavers (2-5-1-0 WCHA, 2-9-1 overall) this weekend.
Cross Country Nationals Preview: New Mexico, NAU favorites in team battle as Badgers look to capture individual crowns
In 1985, the last time the NCAA Division 1 Cross Country National Championships were held in Wisconsin, Tim Hacker ran to an individual title in his final collegiate competition.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s basketball team (2-0 overall) fought its way to a 68-57 victory against in-state rival Milwaukee Panthers (0-2) despite a dreadful first quarter.
Wisconsin beat Xavier 77-68 Tuesday in their first road test of the season, improving to 2-0 on the year.
As any good coach will tell you, football is a team game. That means it’s a weakest-link game, where poor performance from one play or positional group can cancel out all the good done by the rest.
The Wisconsin basketball team’s frontcourt got a little thinner Monday, as the team announced senior forward Alex Illikainen has left the program.
The Badgers (1-0 overall) started the season strong at home with a 76-41 win over the Winthrop Eagles, and they look to continue their success when they hit the road to take on the UW-Milwaukee Panthers (0-1) on Tuesday.
If No. 13 Purdue was a tough challenge for the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (11-5 Big Ten, 18-6 overall) , the Indiana Hoosiers (6-10 Big Ten, 15-12) seemed more like an open-note quiz on Senior Night at the UW Field House Saturday. Wisconsin swept the Hoosiers 25-21, 25-14, 25-22 for their second home victory in as many nights.
According to the official record, Saturday night’s game winner came 10 minutes and 20 seconds into the third period, when sophomore defenseman Josh Ess ripped a shot from the left point over Minnesota goaltender Eric Schierhorn’s shoulder to put Wisconsin up 2-1.
As the Wisconsin Badgers (4-3 Big Ten, 6-4 overall) traveled to face the No. 20 Penn State Nittany Lions (4-3, 7-3), they heard devastating news that senior defensive tackle Olive Sagapolu was out for the season.
No. 8 Wisconsin (10-5 Big Ten, 17-6 overall) defeated No. 12 Purdue (10-5, 21-5) 3-2 in a wild five-set battle at the UW Field House Friday night. Looking to erase a two-game home losing streak, the Badgers needed every ounce of effort they could muster in a hard-fought classic.