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Thursday, February 29, 2024

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Zadro
SPORTS

Zadro gives Wisconsin double OT win over Penn State

The Wisconsin men’s soccer team took the field in State College, Penn. on Saturday with the promise that a win would get it a No. 3 seed in the upcoming Big Ten tournament. The Badgers went into two overtimes with Penn State and pulled out a win in the second overtime with a goal in that second extra period for a 1-0 win.


Montee Ball
SPORTS

A welcome return home

For the second straight week, the No. 19 Badgers (2-2 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) will look to rebound from a tough road loss. For the second straight week, UW’s Big Ten title chances will stay alive with a win.


Trevor Wheeler
SPORTS

Penn State last stop before Big Ten Tournament

This Saturday, the Wisconsin men’s soccer team (3-2-0 Big Ten, 8-7-2 overall) will play its final regular season game against a struggling Penn State team (0-5-0, 7-7-4) in State College, Penn. The Badgers will look to finish the season strong, particularly in third place in the Big Ten Conference, while the Nittany Lions are searching for their first conference win of the season.


Laurie Nosbusch
SPORTS

Season ending loss handed down by rival Minnesota at tournament

It was deja vu for the Wisconsin women’s soccer team Wednesday in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament in Evanston, Ill. In their previous meeting with Minnesota on Sept. 29, Wisconsin trailed 2-0 in brutal weather conditions but ended the game with a win. The same scenario presented itself Wednesday, but there would be no comeback this time. Instead, the Badgers as they were eliminated at the hands of their archrival.


Mark Zengerle
SPORTS

In the zone

It is no secret that the Wisconsin men’s hockey team came into this season with plenty of questions left unanswered.


Wilson
SPORTS

Wisconsin aims to learn from adversity

Coming into the showdown against Ohio State, the No. 19 Wisconsin football team (2-2 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) was poised to make a statement and redeem itself after a devastating loss at Michigan State. Yet, in spite of the Badgers late rally, the nightmare from MSU returned when Buckeyes freshman quarterback Braxton Miller connected on a 40-yard touchdown to freshman wide receiver Devin Smith to nullify Wisconsin’s incredible comeback and give the Buckeyes a 33-29 victory.


Barnes
COLUMNS

First month encouraging for young Badgers team

According to head coach Mike Eaves, if you had told him at the beginning of the season that his young Wisconsin men’s hockey team (3-3 WCHA, 4-4 overall) would be .500 at the end of the season’s first month, he would have taken it, and that is exactly where the Badgers find themselves after their first four weekends of play.


Brianna Decker
SPORTS

Badgers continue to roll, sweep Boston University

The No. 1 Wisconsin women’s hockey team (5-1-0 WCHA, 9-1-0 overall) swept No. 4 Boston University (0-0-0 Hockey East, 5-3-1 overall) this weekend at the Kohl Center in Madison. The series concluded a four-series stretch against top-10 teams for the Badgers.



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