In the first round of the Big Ten Tournament, the eighth-seeded Badgers were unable to come back against the top-seeded Hoosiers.
Mitchell Dryden’s third-minute goal secured a Badger victory against Big Ten rival Ohio State.
The Badgers fell short in a highly physical match that resulted in six total yellow cards.
The Badgers ended in a stalemate against Bradley despite an early one-goal lead.
The Badgers could not hold on to their undefeated Big Ten record against the Spartans.
Badgers continued undefeated streak against Big Ten opponents with 1-0 win against Maryland.
In a highly contested Big Ten matchup, the Badgers men’s soccer team rallied to draw a point against the ranked Wildcats.
Iñaki Iribarren found the back of the net twice off of Andrew Akindele assists, and the Badgers took down in-state rival UW-Milwaukee 2-0 on Tuesday night.
Mueller was named to the U.S. Men's National Team on Monday evening, and will be eligible to play as soon as Dec. 9.
On Wednesday, the Wisconsin Badgers (0-4-2 Big Ten, 2-10-3 overall) will be facing off against Northwestern Wildcats (3-3-1 Big Ten, 7-7-1 overall).
Friday, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers (0-4-1 Big Ten, 2-10-2 overall) face the Michigan Wolverines (2-1-2 Big Ten, 7-4-3 Overall) at Michigan. The Badgers are coming off a close 1-2 loss to Penn State this week, while Michigan won in a close game 1-0 against Notre Dame in their last outing.
The Wisconsin Badgers hosted the Penn State Nittany Lions for a 7 p.m. kickoff at the McClimon sports complex on Saturday. The Nittany Lions came into the game looking to extend their winning streak to three straight games, while the Badgers came into the game trying to turn around a recent sticky run of form.
Elan Koenig has seen a lot during his five year career at Wisconsin. From his first season — when the Badgers won three games — to a historic Big Ten championship in 2017, the redshirt senior defender thought he had been through it all.
After the Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (6-2 Big Ten, 10-6-2 overall) lost 1-0 to the Michigan Wolverines (4-2-2, 12-4-2) in the Big Ten Tournament Semifinal, their NCAA Tournament fate is out of their hands. Michigan got the opening goal in the 23rd minute.
The second-seed Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (6-2-0 Big Ten, 10-5-2 overall) overcame two two-goal deficits and wet conditions to dominate the seventh-seed Rutgers Scarlet Knights (2-6-0, 4-12-1) by a score of 6-3 as they advanced to the Big Ten Tournament semifinals.
After surprise midseason run, young and talented Badger squad hopes to make waves in postseason tournamentsBy Bremen Keasey | Nov. 1, 2018
“We’re getting better every game,” Isaac Schlenker said. “We’re just trying to keep this momentum going and keep improving as a team because we are.” Wisconsin soccer’s senior captain said that after Wisconsin’s lone draw in its last nine games.
The Wisconsin men’s soccer team (6-2-0 Big Ten, 9-5-2 overall) has a habit of keeping their fans waiting until the last moment to finish off their opponents.