In its final away series of the regular season, No. 2 Wisconsin (18-4-0 WCHA, 28-4-0 overall) swept University of Minnesota-Duluth ( 9-11-2, 13-15-2) on the shores of Lake Superior. Heading into the final weekend of the regular season, the Badgers lead the WCHA with 54 points, just ahead of No. 1 Minnesota’s 52.
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The struggling Badgers (5-8-5 Big Ten, 9-14-5 overall) travel to No. 15 Notre Dame (8-8-2 Big Ten, 15-10-3 overall) this weekend, hoping to snap a four-game winless streak.
Wisconsin (3-10 Big Ten, 12-13 overall) defeated No. 24 Michigan St. (7-6, 17-7) at home with ease during its Valentine’s Day showdown, its first win over a ranked opponent in six years.
After a tough road loss against Illinois, Wisconsin (2-10 Big Ten, 11-13 overall) heads back home Thursday to take on Michigan State (7-5 Big Ten, 17-6 overall).
Nearly everyone knows what Mark Johnson did on Feb. 22, 1980.
With six minutes and two seconds remaining in the second half on Tuesday, senior big man Ethan Happ scored his 2000th point as a Badger, joining rare company and bringing No. 20 Wisconsin within one point at 56-55.
After a back-and-forth game that featured a remarkable 12 lead changes, Michigan State (11-3 Big Ten, 20-5 overall) pulled out a thrilling 67-59 victory over Wisconsin at the Kohl Center.
75 seconds into the game, Sophie Shirley got a step on her defender, turned the corner and crashed the net with the puck on her stick. The freshman forward crashed into Minnesota State goalie Abigail Levy and though the initial shot didn’t go, a second attempt forced it across the goal line.
In his three years with Wisconsin, Mark Johnson racked up a program-record 125 goals through a combination of accurate shooting, elite skating, smart play with the puck and timely hockey instincts.
After paying back rival Minnesota for a home-court defeat on Thursday night, No. 19 Wisconsin (9-4 Big Ten, 17-7 overall) traveled to Ann Arbor to face a seventh-ranked Michigan team looking to exact similar vengeance for Wisconsin’s thrilling victory three weeks ago that sparked the Badgers' six-game win streak.
When athletic director Barry Alvarez hired Tony Granato to replace Mike Eaves as head coach of the Wisconsin men’s hockey team, the reception inside and outside the program was nearly unanimous: The Badgers had swung big, and got their guy.
The No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers (9-3 Big Ten, 17-6 overall) triumphed 56-51 over their rival the Minnesota Golden Gophers (6-6 Big Ten, 16-7 overall) Wednesday night to win their sixth straight game and take over third place in the conference. Here are the top takeaways from tonight’s action.
When Kobe King played at Central High School in La Crosse, Wis., his coach Todd Fergot would offer some late-game advice to his players.
As Wisconsin headed to East Lansing for its road test against Michigan State, the focus inside and outside of the locker room was on how the Badgers (5-6-5 Big Ten, 9-12-5 overall) would handle their second meeting with the Spartans (6-8-4, 10-13-5) elite top line without the ability to dictate line matchups.
After an underwhelming loss to Maryland, the Wisconsin Badgers (2-8 Big Ten, 11-11 overall) crawl back to their home turf to scrap against the Michigan Wolverines (4-6, 13-9) in their first of two matchups this season.
Just when it seemed a raucous Kohl Center could scream no more, sophomore guard Brad Davison grasped the the ball with both hands, riling up the crowd into yet another round of cheers. He paced around the floor, reveling in a victory that could hardly have been sweeter.
All it took was a foul for No. 21 Maryland (8-4 Big Ten, 17-6 overall) to unravel.
Despite hanging around for a majority of the game, Wisconsin (2-8 Big Ten, 11-11 overall) was unable to pull out a win and fell on the road to No. 10 Maryland (8-2, 19-2) 75-57 Thursday night.
In basketball, it’s common knowledge that having the best player on the court can allow a team to overcome an overall talent deficit. In football, the team with the best quarterback always has a chance. In hockey, it’s the best line.
When striker Harry Kane scores a goal for his hometown team, Tottenham Hotspur of the English Premier League, Tottenham fans break into song, singing “Harry Kane! He’s one of our own!”