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With 4:52 left in the second quarter, the Utah State Aggies took a timeout. Up 10-0 over the No. 9 team in the country, USU didn’t want to let UW back into the game.
“My head’s in the game, but my heart’s in the song” sings fictional basketball phenom Troy Bolton. For him, those lyrics represent a lovesick boy who is caught in conflict with romantic feelings and focusing on basketball.
The No. 11 seed Badgers opened up Big Ten Tournament play against the No. 14 seed Rutgers, and the two were tied 6-6 with 3:16 left in the first quarter.
Coming off their first back-to-back wins of the season, the Badgers were already en route to ending the season on a high note. But Wisconsin (3-13 Big Ten, 8-21 overall) couldn’t close out on the road at Iowa (8-8 Big Ten, 17-12 overall) in their regular season finale.
On a campus like UW-Madison, where football and men’s basketball grab headlines week in and week out, women’s sports can go unnoticed, despite achieving continuous success.
In the annual “Think Pink” game, Wisconsin took the court covered in pink from headbands to shoelaces. With the new gear, the Badgers (2-12 Big Ten, 7-20 overall) secured their second conference win with a 53-41 victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (3-11, 6-21).
In former head coach Bobbie Kelsey’s first season, the Badgers went 9-20, including a 5-11 record in Big Ten play. She inherited a team with three established seniors and three juniors to take with her into the next season, having both upperclassmen and a young group of underclassmen—five freshmen alone—to build the program around.
Head coach Jonathan Tsipis says he doesn't count losses, even as the Badgers’ losing streak was pushed to 10 last week. While it may seem like typical coach-speak, the Badgers (1-10 Big Ten, 6-18 overall) lost all memory of losing as they blitzed past Nebraska (1-11, 5-19) en route to a start-to-finish win, 82-56.
The Badgers came into Wednesday night’s game against Northwestern as polar opposites, with the Cardinal and White looking at a dismal 5-16 record, while the Wildcats stood strong at 16-5. There was no role reversal that would take place.
The Badgers (0-8 Big Ten, 5-16 overall) have sputtered out to an eight-game losing streak as the young Wisconsin team has been thrashed in Big Ten play.
The uninspired and unintimidating first-half play that has plagued the Badgers all season continued yet again Wednesday night. The Badgers (0-7 Big Ten, 5-15 overall) dropped their seventh-straight game in Big Ten play, this time falling to Michigan State (4-4, 14-7) at the Kohl Center, 81-57.
Following the events of “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens,” “Episode VIII” will hit theaters Dec. 15 of this year, but has remained nameless—until Monday morning.
After falling to 0-4 in Big Ten play over winter break, the Badgers had a chance to salvage their sinking ship of a Big Ten record against a weak program. Instead, Wisconsin (0-5 Big Ten, 5-13 overall) sunk to a 30-point loss at the hands of Penn State (2-4, 12-6) and squandered a chance to finally add its first Big Ten win under head coach Jonathan Tsipis.
After closing out 2016, the Badgers looked to be turning the corner following a stretch of promising basketball, which concluded with an upset road win at UW-Green Bay. However, the struggles in non-conference play were early indications of tougher sailing when the rocky waters of the Big Ten schedule hit.
After floundering to a 47-100 record over the past five seasons under head coach Bobbie Kelsey, Wisconsin women’s basketball fired Kelsey, looking for a coach to rebuild and retool the program.
With the absence of its signature opening crawl, classic characters like Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Chewbacca and new characters like Rey, Finn and Kylo Ren, "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" deviates from the typical "Star Wars" formula. However, the film continues the "Star Wars" lore in its own way, captivating the audience with an ensemble of memorable characters and stunning visuals to bring the front lines of the Rebellion's insurgence to life.
The Badgers came into Green Bay with wins against Butler (3-7), Tennessee State (3-5), Illinois State (3-6) and Mississippi Valley State (3-5), while UWGB had gone 8-1 up to that night, with the one loss coming at the hands of the No. 2 team in the country, Notre Dame.
In the Big Ten Championship semifinal, junior forward Christopher Mueller stepped up big time giving his team a chance to advance to the championship game.
Head coach Jonathan Tsipis and his Badger squad lost last Tuesday night in a game in which it seemed neither team wanted to win. The Badgers scrapped their way to a meager 35 points in 40 minutes.