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Friday, April 19, 2024


Jordan Taylor

Men's Basketball: Badgers survive scare

MILWAUKEE—Leading by 17 points with just over 15 minutes left in the game, it seemed as if the Wisconsin men's basketball team (9-2 overall) would have no trouble picking up its first true road win of the young season. But after UW-Milwaukee (2-0 Horizon, 8-3 overall) responded with a 21-4 run over the next 10 minutes, the Badgers immediately had a fight on their hands. However, thanks in large part to a clutch three-pointer in the final minute made by senior guard Jordan Taylor, Wisconsin got out of Milwaukee with a 60-54 victory.


Men's Basketball: Badgers seeking first win on the road

Having seemingly gotten back on their feet after two consecutive losses to top-10 teams North Carolina and Marquette, the No. 14/15 Wisconsin men’s basketball team (8-2 overall) now faces its final road test of the non-conference schedule as it visits in-state rival UW-Milwaukee (2-0 Horizon League, 8-2 overall) Tuesday night.


Men's Hockey: Badgers fail to take step forward

Facing top ranked teams has become increasingly routine for the Wisconsin men’s hockey team this season, but after failing to come away with a win against No. 1 Minnesota-Duluth, the young Badgers are still looking to take the next step forward.

Josh Gasser

Men's Basketball: All attention on UNLV

This weekend's matchup will be the Badgers' (7-2 overall) final game of a three-game home stand and will be the second game of a home-and-home series the Badgers currently have with UNLV (9-1). Wisconsin will look to take out some revenge on the Rebels, as UNLV beat the Badgers in Las Vegas last year 68-65.

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