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Friday, April 19, 2024


Eric Springer

Men's Hockey: Not done yet, ready for senior night

The past few weekends haven't gone as planned for the Wisconsin men's hockey team (7-13-2 WCHA, 12-14-2 overall). The Badgers have dropped four straight games and as a result, find themselves well outside their goal of securing home ice advantage for the WCHA playoffs.

Jordan Taylor

Men's Basketball: Badgers stopped late, manage overtime win

The No. 21/22 Wisconsin men's basketball team (8-4 Big Ten, 19-6 overall) rebounded from its most recent loss against Ohio State, albeit not easily, as it defeated Minnesota (5-7, 17-8) in the 190th meeting of the Border Battle Thursday night, 68-61 in overtime. This was the Badgers' first win at The Barn since 2008.

Brianna Decker

Women's Hockey: Wisconsin faces St. Cloud State in final road series

With the regular season coming to a close, the Wisconsin women's hockey team (20-2-2 WCHA, 26-2-2 overall) knows its weekend series against St. Cloud State 4-20-0, 5-23-2) will be the last time it has a guaranteed a road game. After this weekend, if the Badgers are to play away from home they will need to earn their tickets to Duluth, Minn., for two weekends: the WCHA Final Face-Off and the NCAA Frozen Four.

Anya Covington

Women's Basketball: Cold start dooms Badgers

Three days after setting the school record for the most three-pointers made in a game, the Wisconsin women's basketball team couldn't get anything to fall from behind the three-point line. The Badgers shot 1-for-12 from three-point range in a 69-54 road loss to No. 18 Penn State (9-3 Big Ten, 19-5 overall) Thursday night.


Men's Basketball: Tough stretch ahead for Wisconsin

As head coach of the No. 21/22 Wisconsin men’s basketball team (7-4 Big Ten, 18-6) Bo Ryan is all about improvement. That’s why before the Badgers battled Penn State to a hard fought 52-46 conference victory, Ryan handed his players an article by Pulitzer prize winning columnist and author Thomas Friedman about the pitfalls of not having a college degree as a worker in the 21st century.

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