The Wisconsin women’s hockey team (7-1-0 WCHA, 15-1-0 overall) hosts the Syracuse Orange (4-3-0 CHA, 4-10-0) for the first time at LaBahn Arena this weekend. The two squads have only faced off three times in the history of the two programs. The Badgers lead the series 3-0, with the Orange raking in two defeats in 2008 and one in 2017.
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No. 6 Wisconsin’s athleticism was simply too much to handle for the Green Bay Phoenix Thursday night in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Riding the coattails of a six-match winning streak, the Badgers swept the Phoenix to advance to the second round.
The Duke Blue Devils (0-0 ACC, 5-3 overall) handed Wisconsin (0-0 Big Ten, 6-2) its first home loss of the season in a 53-60 defeat for the Badgers, their second straight loss of the year.
On Aug. 20, the Badgers were ranked fourth in the nation. Fans’ confidence grew in hopes UW was a title contender. Following a 13-1 season with a 34-24 Orange Bowl victory over Miami, the Badgers looked primed to make the jump and be regarded as one of the nation’s best.
Flip through the Badgers roster, and you may scratch your head as to why the team has started this season 6-1.
The No. 6 Wisconsin Badgers (15-5 Big Ten, 22-6 overall) are playing their best volleyball when it matters most. After a spectacular five-set victory on the road at No. 7 Penn State, the Badgers will head into the NCAA tournament riding a season-best six consecutive wins.
Tuesday night, the Wisconsin men’s basketball team faced a home test for the first time. To make matters more difficult, NC State (0-0 ACC, 6-1 overall) applied pressure throughout the game, daring the Badgers to make them pay. The Wolfpack seemed to have an answer for every Wisconsin run. It appeared the Badgers would succumb to the pressure.
With 16 seconds remaining, the Badgers finally took the game by its reins.
Wisconsin (0-0 Big Ten, 6-1 overall) lost its first game of the season in a nail-biting 69-68 loss to Arkansas (0-0 SEC, 4-2) in the final game of the Challenge in Music City tournament on Sunday.
Last time out, Wisconsin (0-0 Big Ten, 6-1 overall) dropped a 69-68 nail-biter to the Arkansas Razorbacks for its first loss of the season. Now the Badgers return to Madison looking to change the tide as they prepare to take on the the Duke Blue Devils (0-0 ACC, 4-3) in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge.
While some UW-Madison students were out shopping and saving on Black Friday deals, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team (7-1-0 WCHA, 14-1-0 overall) looked to gobble up a team they haven’t played since 2014: The Harvard Crimson (1-3-1 ECAC, 2-4-1).
The Wisconsin Badgers (0-0 Big Ten, 5-0 overall) improved to 5-0 and continued their impressive start to the season with a 57-42 win over the Pittsburgh Panthers (0-0 ACC, 2-4 overall) in their first of three games in the Challenge for Music City tournament.
Anemic first-half offense proves too much to overcome for Wisconsin in Battle for Atlantis title game
Last season, the Badgers went to Charlottesville to take on a top-ranked Virginia team. They left having scored only 37 points in a humbling loss to the Cavaliers. This year, an improved UW team took on UVA with a chance to win the Battle 4 Atlantis, hoping for some vengeance. While the Badgers were able to break 40 points on this occasion, they return to Madison with the end result unchanged.
Wednesday’s Wisconsin-Stanford game took place in the Bahamas, but it might as well have been in the Bermuda Triangle.
After blazing through the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament with victories over the AAC Champion Memphis Tigers and the CAA Champions Hofstra Pride, the No. 23 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 14-4-4) fell 1-0 to the No. 1 Stanford Cardinal (10-0-1 Pac-12, 20-0-2) in the Sweet Sixteen.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s basketball team (4-0) managed to squeeze out a tough 65-64 win in overtime over the IUPUI Jaguars to achieve their first 4-0 start since the 2006-2007 season.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s basketball team (3-0 overall) has won its first three games of the season in dominant style, winning all three games by double digits. The Badgers are up for a challenge this Monday night, however, as they play a hot IUPUI Jaguars (3-0) team.
Fresh off a huge road win over Xavier, Wisconsin returned home hoping to avoid a letdown against their Southland Conference opponent the Houston Baptist Huskies. From the tip, it was apparent that an upset was not in the making.
“He’s got something special,” head coach Paul Chryst said of Jonathan Taylor.
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.