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After challenging start, Wisconsin’s youngsters are finding their footing

When sophomore defender Patrick Yim’s scored a second-half goal to pull Wisconsin within a goal of the No. 2 Indiana Hoosiers, it put the Badgers in an unfamiliar spot — going toe-to-toe with a national powerhouse in the closing minutes of a game. Wisconsin put pressure on a national title contender and gave clear proof of concept to an inexperienced and young team that they can hang with the best teams in the country.


Junior midfielder Mitch Guitar helped guide the Wisconsin Badgers over the Buckeyes in overtime.
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Streaking Badgers stun No. 5 Michigan State in OT

It took an extra six minutes to find a winner today in East Lansing; it just wasn’t who anyone would’ve expected pregame. The Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (2-1-0 Big Ten, 5-4-1 overall) shocked the college soccer world with a 97th minute bottom-left strike by sophomore midfielder Alex Alfaro to grab a 1-0 overtime victory over the No. 5 Michigan State Spartans (2-1-0 Big Ten, 8-1-2 overall). The chippy game at DeMartin Stadium on Sunday afternoon started with two corners for the Badgers in the first two minutes, showing an aggressiveness that was missing for UW earlier in the year. 


Junior midfielder Mitch Guitar helped guide the Wisconsin Badgers over the Buckeyes in overtime.
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Wisconsin beats in-state rivals Marquette 1-0

The Wisconsin Badgers (1-1-0 Big Ten, 4-4-1 overall) scored a 1-0 over their in-state rival the Marquette Golden Eagles (1-1 Big East, 3-6 overall). The Badgers were dominant in the first half, holding most of the possession and outshooting the Golden Eagles 8-1.


Junior midfielder Mitch Guitar helped guide the Wisconsin Badgers over the Buckeyes in overtime.
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Wisconsin steals a 2-1 overtime win against Maryland

Zack Klancnik’s shirt came off and the party was on. The defender somehow put the ball over the goal line in the 106th minute of the game to give the Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (1-1-0 Big Ten, 3-4-1 overall) a stunning 2-1 victory in double overtime on the road against the Maryland Terrapins (1-1-0, 2-3-2). Junior midfielder Noah Leibold served the ball into the box from about 25 yards away and Klancnik headed the ball.


Junior midfielder Mitch Guitar helped guide the Wisconsin Badgers over the Buckeyes in overtime.
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Badgers gut out 1-0 win over Valparaiso in soggy conditions

The Wisconsin Badgers (2-2-0) gutted through soggy conditions and a field change to earn a confidence-boosting 1-0 win over the Valparaiso Crusaders (1-3-0). While technically a home game, UW was forced to move the game 7.2 miles away to the Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Pitch on Madison College’s campus because conditions at McClimon were too soaked to play.


Junior midfielder Mitch Guitar helped guide the Wisconsin Badgers over the Buckeyes in overtime.
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Missed chances cost Badgers as they fall to Fordham in overtime

The Wisconsin Badgers (1-2-0) let a good performance slip into a heartbreaking overtime loss to the No. 15 Fordham Rams (2-0-0) as the Rams’ junior forward Johannes Pieles scored a golden goal for a 1-0 win for Fordham. The German forward thumped a header into the back of the net after a brilliant free kick service by senior midfielder Janos Loebe found the danger zone of the Badgers’ box.


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Badgers get revenge on UIC, advance to next round of NCAA Tournament after 4-1 victory.

Wisconsin has been on a run of revenge, and Thursday night it was a dish best served cold. The Badgers (4-3-1 Big Ten, 11-4-5 overall) continued their five-game winning streak as it knocked off the UIC Flames (6-2-1 Horizon, 11-6-3) with a 4-1 win on a frozen night in McClimon Park to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. All of the teams who Wisconsin beat in the postseason had previously handed UW a defeat.


Chris Mueller had Wisconsin's lone assist in its 1-0 victory over Notre Dame.
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Big Ten Champions: Badgers party like it's 1995 after thrilling tournament run

Philipp Schilling and the Wisconsin Badgers seem to love penalty shootouts. The senior goalkeeper saved a penalty and scored his own, then senior forward Mark Segbers cooly slotted home his penalty to give the Badgers (4-3-1, Big Ten, 10-4-5 overall) their first Big Ten title since 1995 with the 4-2 win in the shootout over the Indiana Hoosiers (5-0-3, 15-0-5). “Philip and the guys came through in a pressure situation – hats off to them,” head coach John Trask said.


Wisconsin looks to extend its Big Ten Tournament run with a win over Maryland this Sunday. 
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Wisconsin looks to extend Big Ten Tournament run in matchup against Maryland

In one of their last practices before the Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (4-3-1 Big Ten, 8-4-4 overall) travels to College Park to take on the Maryland Terrapins (5-1-2, 10-4-3) in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament, it seemed fitting that it was cold and pouring rain. Last time the Terps and Badgers faced off, the Terps won a sloppy 5-4 thriller in Madison to give the Badgers their only home loss of the season.


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