It’s not often that Wisconsin head coach Mark Johnson faces a team for the first time. With more than 15 years of experience — and fewer than 40 women’s Division 1 teams — Johnson has the luxury of knowing most of the programs he faces inside and out.
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The No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (5-1-3 Big Ten, 11-2-3 overall) has once again qualified for the Big Ten tournament and has plans of qualifying for the NCAA tournament for the third consecutive season.
With playoff hopes dashed after loss to Michigan, Wisconsin sets its sights on a new goal: A Big Ten championship
“I don’t even understand the talk that we have nothing left to play for,” junior quarterback Alex Hornibrook said. “We’ve got a lot to play for.”
In the wake of two hard fought 0-0 draws at home, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (5-1-3 Big Ten, 11-2-3 overall) are back in form after going three for three on their road trip.
Wisconsin women's hockey head coach Mark Johnson’s career has included plenty of big wins.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN — “They’re a good team, so if we’re going to move the ball and be successful we gotta be on, we gotta be doing things well, and I don’t think we were today, so that’s why we didn’t have success,” junior quarterback Alex Hornibrook said.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Before the kickoff, the energy around the “Big House” was palpable as Michigan fans and Wisconsin fans knew the significance of this game touted as a College Football Playoff elimination game between the No. 12 Michigan Wolverines and the No. 15 Wisconsin Badgers.
Nearly two years ago to the day, head coach Tony Granato made his home coaching debut against a top-10 Boston College team and left with a statement win.
Although it's not rivalry week yet, it's week six of the college football season, and already the rivalries have made a huge impact on national standings.
Much like a pancake that “got away," the games in the Big Ten conference were lopsided and unpleasing to most people. Blowouts seemed to be the agreed upon game plan this weekend. It was a rare moment when even the fans of the winning team are left wanting more.
Back in Camp Randall Stadium against a winless Nebraska team (0-3 Big Ten, 0-5 overall), the Badgers (2-0 Big Ten, 4-1 overall) continued their momentum with a dominant 41-24 win.
Redshirt junior Kristen Campbell is back in Madison for her second season with the Badgers after a year where she won WCHA Goalie of the Year honors and helped lead Wisconsin back to the Frozen Four.
When head coach Tony Granato took over the Wisconsin men’s hockey program in the spring of 2016, he was agreeing to take stewardship not just of a team, but of an entire culture.
Following their 24-21 loss to BYU, T.J. Edwards and other Badgers players declared that all their preseason goals were still achievable and right there in front of them. Wisconsin responded with wins over Big Ten West foes Iowa and Nebraska to get its season back on track.
For the first time this season, the Badgers played a truly dominant offensive game in their 41-24 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Following last year’s Big Ten championship, nobody quite knew what to expect from the Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (3-1-0 Big Ten, 6-4-2 overall) in 2018. They had their share of returning playmakers but lost all four members of their front line to graduation. Those four seniors — Chris Mueller, Tom Barlow, Mike Catalano and Mark Segbers — scored 82 percent of the UW’s goals in 2017. How would Wisconsin replace all of that production?
Quintez Cephus, the Badgers wide receiver who was suspended from the team following two counts of sexual assault, announced he is bringing federal charges against UW-Madison for violating his constitutional rights to a fair investigation.
The Wisconsin men’s soccer team (3-1-0 Big Ten, 6-4-2 overall) took care of business at the McClimon on a rainy Sunday afternoon against Rutgers (1-4-0 Big Ten, 2-8-1 overall) by a score of 4-2.
The No. 16 Wisconsin Badgers (2-0 Big Ten, 4-1 overall) kept their winning streak against the struggling Nebraska Cornhuskers (0-3, 0-5) alive — and compounded the Huskers misery — with a steady 41-24 win Saturday night.