In what is turning into a very special season for second-year head coach Chris Bono, the No. 4 Badgers (3-3 Big Ten, 10-3 overall) will face one of their toughest opponents of the year this Friday night when the No. 2 Penn State Nittany Lions (6-1 Big Ten, 9-2 overall) come to town.
The Wisconsin Badgers (6-6 Big Ten, 13-10 overall) finds itself in a position where they must respond with a home win, after a week with off-court turmoil and a tough road loss.
Erik Helland, strength and conditioning coach for UW's men's basketball team, resigns amidst school investigationBy Jared Schwartz | Feb. 6
Erik Helland, the director of strength and conditioning at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, resigned Thursday morning after UW officials became aware of a “racial epithet” he used in the presence of student-athletes.
In their first series of February, No. 1 Wisconsin (14-2-1-0 WCHA, 24-2-1 overall) stomped unranked St. Cloud State (1-17-1-0 WCHA, 5-19-4 overall) 11-1 at LaBahn Arena in Madison.
A strong first half gives the Badgers (6-5 Big Ten, 13-9 overall) just enough to eke out a 64-63 upset win over the No. 14 Michigan State Spartans (8-3, 16-6), giving Wisconsin a happy end to a bad week.
Well, it has been a wild couple of days for the Wisconsin Badgers (5-5 Big Ten, 12-9 overall), so let’s look at a quick recap of what has led the team to this point.
It has been quite the week for Badger basketball.
The Wisconsin Badgers will be without one of their top scorers going forward. Redshirt sophomore Kobe King has left the team, he announced Wednesday.
In the final contest between border rivals No. 1 Wisconsin (13-2-1-0 WCHA, 23-2-1 overall) and No. 2 Minnesota (12-4-2-1 WCHA, 20-4-3 overall) for the regular season, the Badgers shut out the Golden Gophers 3-0.
In the final contest between border rivals No. 1 Wisconsin (13-2-1-0 WCHA, 23-2-1) and No. 2 Minnesota (12-4-2-1 WCHA, 20-4-3) for the regular season, the Badgers shut out the Golden Gophers 3-0 to dominate this weekend’s series following an overtime win by Wisconsin last night. The teams were 1-1-1 this season before today’s win by the Badgers.
The No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (12-2-1-0 WCHA, 22-2-1 overall) started the second round of the Border Battle season series with an overtime win against the No. 1 Minnesota Golden Gophers (12-3-2 WCHA, 20-3-3 overall) by a score of 5-4.
No. 1 Wisconsin (11-2-1-0 WCHA, 21-2-1 overall) will take on the No. 2 Minnesota Golden Gophers (12-2-2-0 WCHA, 20-2-3 overall) — on the heels of a four-game away series — at LaBahn Arena this weekend.
Wisconsin (5-3 Big Ten, 12-7 overall) took care of business at home — as head coach Greg Gard earned Big Ten win number 50 — after defeating Nebraska (2-6 Big Ten, 7-12 overall) by a final of 82-68.
Wisconsin (4-3 Big Ten, 11-7 overall) looks to advance its winning streak over Nebraska (2-5 Big Ten, 7-11 overall) when the Cornhuskers travel to the Kohl Center Tuesday night.
Uncharacteristic mistakes cost Badgers a Rose Bowl win, extending Wisconsin's Rose Bowl losing streakBy Simon Farber | Jan. 6, 2020
They really should have won.
For a class of seniors and team that has achieved so much, it’s tough to watch the 2019-20’ Badgers fall short of putting the ultimate icing on the cake and coming away with a win in the Rose Bowl. The script that was followed was familiar for Wisconsin, and one that spelled trouble for them earlier in the season as well.
The Wisconsin Badgers (2-1 Big Ten, 9-5 overall) traveled to Columbus and stunned the No. 5 Ohio State Buckeyes (1-2 Big Ten, 11-3 overall) with a 61-57 statement win that could change the course of Wisconsin’s season.
It’s New Year’s Eve, which means we’re just one day away from the 106th edition of the Rose Bowl Game between the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (10-3, 7-3 Big Ten) and the No. 6 Oregon Ducks (11-2, 8-1 Pac-12).
Wisconsin’s struggles away from Madison have been well documented to start the season.
In an Elite Eight matchup at the Fieldhouse, the No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers (18-2 Big Ten, 26-6 overall) triumphed over the No. 5 Nebraska Cornhuskers (17-3 Big Ten, 28-5 overall) in three sets to send the Badgers to Pittsburg for the Final Four.