The Wisconsin women’s hockey team swept the Minnesota State Mavericks in an exciting series.
Wisconsin men’s hockey is on the rise, but will they be able to close out the Big Ten and return to glory in the Twin Cities?
Head coach Mark Johnson is steering the Badgers toward another playoff run with a second consecutive ring in sight.
After an emphatic win in game one, the Badgers struggled to topple the Lions in a shootout win recorded as a tie.
All-around play from the Badgers allowed Wisconsin to pick up convincing home wins to begin the new year.
The Badgers won both games against the Fighting Irish to secure the No. 1 spot in the Big Ten and extend their winning streak to nine.
The top-five battle ended even after the Badgers bounced back for a convincing series-tying win.
The Badgers continue their strong performance streak, winning both games in the weekend series against Penn State to take a four-game win streak into an extended break.
From starting behind Jared Moe last year, Kyle McClellan has made an immediate impact and proved he’s earned the starting role.
The Badgers continued their solid season performance by sweeping the Ohio State Buckeyes this past weekend.
After a historic start to the season, the Badgers have played a shaky few games — including a loss — in the series against an inferior Alaska Anchorage team.
The Wisconsin Badgers signed five new players for the 2024-25 hockey season.
With a 9-1-0 start, the Badger men’s team is now ranked alongside the women for the top spots in the country.
The Badgers have been red-hot to start the season and are now on a six-game winning streak.
The Badgers defeated the Wolverines both nights in slim, yet significant, victories.
Both the Wolverines and Badgers are hot right now, but one of their win streaks will end this weekend as the teams battle in this Big Ten Matchup.
After joining the rankings last week, the Badgers should continue climbing the leaderboard after a sweep of the top-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers this week.