The Wisconsin’s women’s basketball team (0-2 Big Ten, 7-8 overall) will take the court against No. 21 Michigan (1-1, 12-3) at home on Thursday at 7 p.m., hoping to break their recent three-game stretch of losses.
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After a hard fought battle on both ends of the court, the Wisconsin Badgers (7-6) were unable to secure a win over Milwaukee (8-2), falling just short Thursday night, 67-64. The game began on a fast-paced note right from the opening tip, and its intensity continued until the game’s final seconds.
After aniliating Savannah State 82-24 on Sunday, Wisconsin (7-5) looks to continue to protect its home court Thursday night when it hosts Milwaukee (7-2).
The Badgers had a quick turnaround this week after losing to Marquette on Monday, but UW recovered and defeated the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, 82-54 on Wednesday night. Wisconsin now advances into the season with the record of 6-4.
After a tough loss against Marquette on Dec. 4 by a score of 88-65 which ending their three game winning streak, the Badgers (5-4) look to bounce back at home against the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
Coming from Mont Belvieu, Texas, Kendall Shaw had lived through two hurricanes prior to recent devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. But Harvey was unlike any hurricane she had previously experienced.
Following an intense overtime victory of 73-71 against Vanderbilt in the third and final game of the Paradise Jam holiday tournament, the Badgers, now 3-3 and off to their best start to the year since the 2012-’13 season, hope to settle down after a busy few days of consecutive games as they prepare to face Pittsburgh (5-1) Wednesday night.
After facing a tough season last year, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team (1-0) knew it was going to have to make some serious improvements if it wanted to make an impact against teams this year. However, after blowing out UW-Platteville in its lone exhibition game many were interested to see how the Badgers’ success would carry them into their season opener against UNC-Charlotte on Sunday.
Wisconsin’s women’s basketball team prepares to face UNC Charlotte on Sunday to get its season officially underway. The Badgers will need to exert effort into relinquishing their standings considering last year’s matchup against the 49ers resulted in a tough loss for the Badgers with a score of 48-63. Charlotte is entering into its seventh year under head coach Cara Consuegra, which is in stark contrast to this only being Jonathan Tsipis’ second year as Wisconsin’s head coach.
No doubt there is work to be done this season for the Wisconsin women’s basketball team as it hopes to relinquish its lost ground from its 2016-’17 season. Last season, the Badgers went 9-22, winning only three out of 13 conference games. But, despite a dismal conference record last year, the Badgers remain optimistic heading into this season.
The Badgers, taking on another Big Ten opponent, continued their undefeated season with a 17-9 win over Purdue. Though suffering from some sloppy offensive plays, the Wisconsin defense was quick to recover the lost ground that resulted from the three turnovers. However, though there were some rough patches, the Wisconsin offense made a few timely plays on Saturday. Many of those chunk plays stemmed, yet again, from freshman running back Jonathan Taylor.
No doubt things would have been different last Saturday had Wisconsin’s defensive line not picked up the slack during its sluggish first half against Northwestern. No. 9 Wisconsin, having trailed the Wildcats 10-7 at the half, seemed to have no apparent momentum available to carry it into the second half of the game. However, while the offense seemed out of sorts, the defense was anything but. Wisconsin’s defensive line made some big time plays, holding the Wildcats to only 25 rushing yards, putting major pressure on Northwestern quarterback Clayton Thorson and, in turn, leaving the Wildcats without any room to run the ball. Wisconsin’s defense shined bright again on Saturday with six Badgers accounting for eight sacks during the game — the highest total since 2001.
After a busy weekend in Badger athletics, Wisconsin men's hockey Coach Tony Granato and Wisconsin volleyball Head Coach Kelly Sheffield preview the week ahead.
It goes without saying that Wisconsin’s offensive line is a main proponent of the success of redshirt sophomore quarterback Alex Hornibrook as well as freshman running back Jonathan Taylor — but still, despite the offensive line being their springboard, Jonathan Taylor has been the Badger’s most valuable player over the last three weeks. The Badgers have started off the year strong with blowout wins over Utah State, Florida Atlantic and most recently BYU. Both Hornibrook and Taylor have demonstrated spectacular performances in these last three games, but it is Taylor’s performances that have been most surprising and prolific.