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Friday, April 19, 2024


Justin Schultz

Men's Hockey: Wisconsin searches for crucial points

The WCHA playoffs may not begin until March 9, but for the Wisconsin Men's Hockey team (7-11-2 WCHA, 12-12-2 overall), they may as well start Friday night. With a dwindling amount of regular season games left to play, the Badgers have to take advantage of every opportunity left to give themselves a shot at home ice advantage for their postseason run.


Bielema questions Urban Meyer's recruiting practices

Months before Urban Meyer was officially hired as Ohio State's football coach, rumors swirled about his arrival in Columbus. Nearly immediately upon accepting the Buckeyes' offer, the school had a waiver that allowed Meyer to recruit and build a new staff while interim head coach Luke Fickell prepared the 2011 OSU squad (3-5 Big Ten, 6-7 overall) for the Gator Bowl.


Women's Basketball: Wisconsin aims for fourth straight win

The Wisconsin women’s basketball team (4-5 Big Ten, 8-13 overall) looks to expand on its three game winning streak against a high-flying Iowa team (4-5, 12-10) at the Kohl Center Thursday as part of UW Student Night. UW students will receive free admission, free pizza and free t-shirts courtesy of Adidas.

Jordan Taylor

Men's Basketball: Badgers pass tough test in road win

The Wisconsin men's basketball team (7-3 Big Ten, 18-5 overall) got its sixth straight win Tuesday night and now stand alone in second place in the Big Ten, but it did not come as easy as maybe one would have suspected against a 12-loss Penn State team.

Caved In - 2/6/2013

Men's Basketball: Badgers hope to stay hot against PSU

The No. 19/20 Wisconsin men’s basketball team (6-3 Big Ten, 17-5 overall) will head into Saturday’s Big Ten matchup with Penn State (2-7 Big Ten, 10-12 overall) riding high after extending its winning streak to five games with a victory over No. 17 Indiana, 57-50, Thursday night.


Women's Basketball: Wisconsin holds off Wolverines for third straight win

The Wisconsin women’s basketball team (4-5 Big Ten, 8-13 overall) found itself up 47-31 with just over 11 minutes left in the game against  Michigan (5-4, 16-6), but allowed a 16-0 run to knot the score at 47 with six minutes remaining. Sophomore guard Morgan Paige finally ended the drought by converting on a tricky left-handed layup. Sophomore forward Cassie Rochel then scored seven of her nine points in the remaining four minutes—along with the team’s stellar free-throw shooting—to hold off the comeback effort. The Badgers came out on top 66-60.

Anya Covington

Women's Basketball: Badgers look to continue modest winning streak

Senior forward Anya Covington and the rest of the Wisconsin women's basketball team look to keep their winning streak alive when they welcome Michigan to the Kohl Center on Monday. The Badgers (3-5 Big Ten, 7-13 overall) are fresh off of a 78-72 road victory over Minnesota on Thursday and have won two straight games. Meanwhile, Michigan (5-3, 16-5) hopes to bounce back from their first home loss of the season, falling to Penn State 77-56 on Thursday.

Anya Covington

Women's Basketball: Wisconsin finds rhythm in Minnesota win

The Wisconsin women's basketball team's (3-5 Big Ten, 7-13 overall) quick start and ability to hold off a late Minnesota (3-5, 11-11) rally propelled the Badgers to come away with a 78-72 Big Ten win on the road. Tonight's game marked the highest point-total on the season for the Badgers, who shot 50 percent (30-60) from the floor.

Bo Ryan

Men's Basketball: Ryan rules the court

Everybody knows the stat lines on Bo Ryan. In his decade of dominance at UW, Ryan has only lost eight Big Ten home games. Yes, eight. In 11 years. The Badgers have reached the NCAA Tournament in each of his 11 seasons in Madison, never finishing outside the top four in the conference standings.


Men's Basketball: Indiana awaits resurgent Badgers

Just two weeks ago it appeared the Wisconsin men’s basketball team’s (5-3 Big Ten, 16-5 overall) season was headed for disaster. With three straight losses, including a rare stretch of back-to-back home losses the Badger’s streak of 12 consecutive NCAA tournament births was in jeopardy. Fast forward just sixteen days later and Wisconsin suddenly finds itself only a half game out of first place in the conference after an impressive four-game Big Ten winning streak.

Oregon touchdown

Time runs out on Wisconsin comeback, Badgers fall 45-38 in Rose Bowl

PASADENA, Calif.—After a roller coaster season that included some of college football's most memorable finishes, Wisconsin's 2011 football campaign has come to a close after a heartbreaking 45-38 loss to Oregon in the Rose Bowl Game. And just as it did with the first loss back in October, the Badgers' final contest ended with a replay, this time confirming the call that senior quarterback Russell Wilson's spiked pass did not hit the ground before the clock hit zero.

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