After months of speculation and uncertainty, the Wisconsin Badgers officially hired the new leader of their program.
The Badgers returned to the Kohl Center following a tournament in the Bahamas and apparently left their defense, as they suffered a 78-75 defeat to the Demon Deacons.
In the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in the Bahamas, Wisconsin narrowly defeated Dayton before losing in overtime to No. 3 Kansas, followed by a promising victory over USC.
The Badgers defeated No. 5 Nebraska 3-1 as well as No. 8 Ohio State 3-1. With their win over Nebraska Friday night, Wisconsin also clinched the Big Ten championship title, their fourth consecutive conference title.
The Badgers were unable to take care of business in the 2022 installment of the Paul Bunyan Axe game, surrendering the trophy to Minnesota for the second year in a row.
After firing Paul Chryst in the middle of the season, the Wisconsin Badgers have chosen their next head football coach.
With only one week left in the regular season, the race for the coveted Heisman trophy is heating up.
The Badgers and Golden Gophers will meet this Saturday at Camp Randall to play for Paul Bunyan’s Axe. Here’s a look into the history of competition between the two storied programs.
To cap off a tumultuous regular season, Wisconsin will host Minnesota in the annual rivalry matchup, with both sides competing for Paul Bunyan’s coveted Axe.
In a weekend series between two of the three best teams in the country, Wisconsin ultimately prevailed over Minnesota as the Big Ten foes tied on Friday before the Badgers took a convincing 4-1 win on Saturday.
This weekend Wisconsin took on Rutgers at Jersey Mike’s Arena and then traveled to University Park to challenge No. 14 Penn State. The Badgers came away with two wins, 3-0 and 3-2. Rutgers went down easily in three sets, but Penn State proved to be a challenge.
With a home weekend sweep against Lindenwood, the Badgers add on to their short winning streak, keeping season hopes alive.
With bowl eligibility on the line, Wisconsin defeated the Nebraska Cornhuskers, coming back from a two possession deficit to secure a win in the penultimate game of the regular season.
With hopes of a Big Ten West title all but dashed, the Badgers will play for pride in Lincoln against the Cornhuskers.
Recent NBA history pitted European players at the top of the food chain, spearheaded by three stars who represent the league’s changing direction.
Amid a glowing 10-2-0 start to the season, one Badger has stood out among the rest — and it’s only her first year.
Wisconsin earned their first two home victories of the season this past weekend amid a season fraught with disappointment. Will the two wins create momentum, or are they simply aberrations?