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With two wins this week, a 2-0 win over Nebraska at home, and a 1-0 road win over Illinois, the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (8-0-1 Big Ten, 12-2-2) remained undefeated in conference play and clinched a share of the Big Ten championship with two games still remaining on the regular season.
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.
The No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (6-0-1 Big Ten, 10-2-2 overall) continued their undefeated start to Big Ten play, drawing 2-2 with the Iowa Hawkeyes (5-3-1 Big Ten, 13-3-1 overall) after two overtime periods.
After having their Friday evening match against Ohio State postponed due to weather, the No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers (3-0-0 Big Ten, 7-2-1 overall) were able to take the field on Sunday against the Penn State Nittany Lions (2-2-0 Big Ten, 6-5-1 overall), winning the match 1-0.
With a 2-0 victory over the Green Bay Phoenix (3-3-0), the No. 16 Wisconsin Badgers (4-1-1) ended their streak of four straight overtime games, and earned their most decisive scoreline of the year.
The No. 16 ranked Wisconsin Badgers (3-1-1) took on the Loyola Ramblers (1-3-1) this Thursday in Chicago. The Badgers were tested again in overtime for their fourth consecutive game.
The No. 15 Wisconsin Badgers (3-1-0) continued their strong start to the season with another exciting home victory in overtime against the Butler Bulldogs (3-1-0), winning by a score of 2-1.
With their first home game of the season, the Badgers faced in state rivals Marquette in a closely contested match
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“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 No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (5-1-3 Big Ten, 11-2-3 overall) has once again qualified for the Big Ten tournament and has plans of qualifying for the NCAA tournament for the third consecutive season. Maybe it’s just a case of being a year older and wiser, but there is one more factor to Wisconsin’s elevated play this season: super-sub senior forward Emily Borgmann.
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.
Even with the stands at McClimon Soccer Complex full as part of the annual “Pack the Mac” event, the Wisconsin Badgers (Big Ten 0-1-0, overall 2-4-1) fell to the No. 2 Indiana Hoosiers (1-0-0, 6-1-0) 3-1 on Sunday afternoon. Hoosiers’ senior midfielder Cory Thomas came out of the gates swinging and sent a bullet to the back of the net from the top of the box to give Indiana a 1-0 lead three minutes into the game.
Wisconsin men’s soccer head coach John Trask knew there was a lot of work for his team this season. After replacing seven starters from last season’s Big Ten title winning team including all four senior strikers, the Badgers are off to a reasonable 2-3-1 start heading into their first Big Ten test against the No. 2 Indiana Hoosiers (5-0-1). “It takes time to build a good soccer team,” Trask said.
Facing its last opponent before beginning Big Ten play, the Wisconsin women’s soccer team stretched its winning streak to six games with a 2-1 comeback victory over the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers on Sunday afternoon at McClimon Soccer Complex.
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