The Badgers (6-1-1 Big Ten, 9-4-3 overall) had another tough Big Ten matchup at the McClimon Soccer Complex against Michigan (5-2-1, 10-2-1) Thursday, but they were able to steal a 3-2 win in exciting fashion.
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In another Big Ten battle Wisconsin (4-1-1 Big Ten, 7-4-3 overall), beat Iowa (0-5-1, 6-6-1) 2-0 for its fourth-straight victory Thursday night. The Badgers picked up right where they previously left off against Minnesota, putting a lot of offensive pressure on the Hawkeyes.
In another tough Big Ten matchup, Wisconsin (3-1-1 Big Ten, 6-4-3 overall) took down highly favored No. 11 Minnesota (4-1-0, 9-2-2) 1-0 Friday night at the McClimon Sports Complex.
Coming off their first win in the Big Ten the Badgers (2-1-1 Big Ten, 5-4-3 overall) were victorious again in a nail-biter against Purdue (1-3-0, 6-5-0) Sunday afternoon.
After a tough start to their Big Ten schedule last weekend, the Badgers (0-1-1 Big Ten, 3-4-3 overall) will look to get their first conference win of the year. They will take on both Indiana (0-0-2, 3-3-4) and Purdue (1-1-0, 6-3-0) this week- end. In order for Wisconsin to get a win against one of its conference foes, it will need to start putting the ball into the back of the net and establish more offensive consistency.
Coming off a weekend in which the Badgers (3-3-1) tied both Milwaukee and Kentucky, they will have their toughest test of the season in their Big Ten opener Friday against No. 4 Penn State (5-1-1). Wisconsin will continue a tough opening Big Ten schedule as they play No. 20 Ohio State (5-1-1) later in the weekend. The Nittany Lions and the Buckeyes are on a different level of competition than the teams Wisconsin has seen previously, having jumped out to a strong start in their 2015 campaigns.
Wisconsin has become known for producing good, if not great, college running backs in the last two decades. These running backs have had some spectacular individual performances, but none were better than what Melvin Gordon accomplished last season. Gordon finished last year with 2,587 yards and 29 touchdowns, but a major chunk of that yardage came in one game in November against Nebraska when he rushed for 408 yards, a single-game NCAA record.
The Wisconsin (3-16 Big Ten, 19-30 overall) offense struggled once again, but this one might have hurt a bit more. The Badgers got swept and mercy-ruled in their final home series of the season at the hands of rival Minnesota (17-3, 43-8).
This past weekend the Badgers (4-12 Big Ten, 19-25 overall) competed in a hard-fought series with Illinois but only managed one win in three games. Wisconsin’s offense drove it to one win and at least kept the other games close.
Coming off a dominating performance against Valparaiso earlier in the week, Wisconsin (1-7 Big Ten, 16-20 overall) will take the momentum and attempt to get some more conference victories in its series against Iowa (3-8, 12-30) this weekend.
Coming off of their first home series of the year, the Badgers (1-7 Big Ten, 14-20 overall) have a shot at building on their first conference win. Wisconsin will play a doubleheader against non-conference opponent Valparaiso (2-6, 8-22), which has been struggling as of late.
After being swept by Purdue last weekend, Wisconsin (0-3 Big Ten, 13-16 overall) looks to bounce back this weekend against Northwestern (3-0, 15-11).
Wisconsin (13-13 overall) will look to carry the momentum from last weekend’s strong four-win performance into Big Ten play. The Badgers begin their conference season in a three-game series at Purdue (19-9) this weekend.
In the last tournament before the conference schedule begins, the Wisconsin Badgers (9-12 overall) will look to continue their momentum following last weekend’s success with five games in the College of Charleston Invitational in Charleston, N.C., starting Friday.
With the Big Ten season just two weeks away, Wisconsin (9-12) traveled to Tampa, Fla. to get warmed up for conference play in the USF Under Armour Invitational. Wisconsin left looking much improved from its mediocre season start, with a 3-2 record in the tournament and a play that will easily make the season highlight reel.
After a solid 4-2 tournament performance two weeks ago at the Texas A&M Corpus Christie Tournament, Wisconsin (5-6) will come off a bye week in the Alexis Park Resort Classic in Las Vegas, Nev.
In a redeeming performance, the Badgers (5-6 overall) won four of their six games in the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi tournament this weekend to alleviate some of this season’s early disappointment.
After struggling in the first tournament of the year, Wisconsin (1-4 overall) hopes to fare better this weekend in the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi tournament in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Despite some bright spots, Wisconsin’s weekend in the Arizona State tournament ultimately bore little fruit in the desert. Hoping to get the season off to a positive start, the Badgers’ record is now a losing 1-4.
Both the Badger men and women teams registered a tenth place finish in the NCAA Championships in Terra Haute, Indiana this past Saturday, closing out another successful season for one of Wisconsin’s most successful programs.