Trailing at the half to a team in the bottom half of the Big Ten standings yet again, No. 19 Wisconsin got another reminder Saturday morning that no game in the conference can be taken for granted.
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When senior center Seamus Malone went off for a hooking with two minutes and 28 seconds left in overtime, Wisconsin’s chances of making it to the end of the period looked slim.
A week after being stymied by an elite WCHA goaltender, Wisconsin made sure it wouldn’t happen again.
Senior forward Annie Pankowski was named one of three finalists for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award for the best player in Division 1 women’s college hockey Thursday.
Coming off a blowout loss to Rutgers on Monday, the Wisconsin Badgers (4-12 Big Ten, 13-15 overall) seek revenge for a two point loss against Ohio State (9-7 Big Ten, 13-12 overall) and look to send their seniors out with a win.
Four weeks ago, Wisconsin’s women’s hockey team travelled to Bemidji, Minnesota sporting a 16-game unbeaten streak against the Beavers — and promptly dropped the series opener 2-1.
After graduating five seniors from a team that produced a respectable 29-23 record in 2018, Wisconsin softball head coach Yvette Healy came into the season with an optimism that suggested more was yet to come from the Badgers.
Wisconsin’s winningest quarterback in school history wants out.
The quarterback has left the building.
For Wisconsin’s men’s basketball team (11-6 Big Ten, 19-9 overall), Tuesday’s game was a must-win in the race for a top-four conference finish. Against a hungry Indiana Hoosiers team (5-12 Big Ten, 14-14 overall) that had won only one game since January, the No. 19 Badgers fell short, 75-73 in double overtime.
After a short run of conference success, Wisconsin (4-12 Big Ten, 13-15 overall) fell in an underwhelming 73-53 road loss to Rutgers (11-5 Big Ten, 19-8 overall) Monday night.
No. 1 Wisconsin’s hopes of becoming the first team in WCHA history to win four consecutive regular season titles were dashed on the season’s final day, as the Badgers (18-4-2 WCHA 28-4-2 overall) were only able to manage a tie against No. 10 Ohio State (12-10-2, 18-12-2).
No. 22 Wisconsin (11-5 Big Ten, 19-8 overall) bested Northwestern (3-13, 12-15) 69-64 in a tight game at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston. The Badgers struggled against a Wildcats team that has now lost eight straight, demonstrating the parity that has characterized the Big Ten all season. Here are the main takeaways from the victory:
With just over two minutes left in regulation Annie Pankowski streaked down the ice, sized up Ohio State goaltender Andrea Braendli with a quick hesitation and went left, opening up a lane to the goal.
After Wisconsin’s defeat of Illinois on Monday, you may have credited Brad Davison’s 18 points or Khalil Iverson’s season-high 16 for the victory.
Inspired by the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, women initiated a fight to create equal playing fields in all aspects in American society. After Title VII was passed to prohibit discrimination against race, color, national origin, religion and sex in response to this movement, women started to fight for equal opportunities in higher education.
With her 11th point of the game, Sunday against Ohio State, senior forward Marsha Howard became the 26th Badger to reach 1,000 career points.
Revenge was swift and sweet for Wisconsin as the Badgers (4-11 Big Ten, 13-14 overall) won confidently against Illinois (2-14 Big Ten, 10-17 overall) in a 75-67 grudge match Wednesday night. The game knots the overall series record at 37-37 as both teams have exchanged wins with each other this season.
From the moment she stepped on the ice for Wisconsin in October 2013, Ann-Renée Desbiens played like one of the best goaltenders in the world.
When Wisconsin fans and students filed into Camp Randall for the first time this season on Aug. 31, they were met with an unfamiliar sight: a rebranded student section, dubbed Area Red. Many were treated to new t-shirts and a shuttle system that ferried students from downtown to the stadium.