The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team opened their home campaign with back-to-back dominating wins against the Boston College Eagles. Thursday’s 5-3 victory, along with Friday’s 12-2 steamrolling, brings the Badgers record to 4-0-0 in what has been an exceptional start to the season.
In the most important game of her life, redshirt senior goalie Cami Kronish outperformed all expectations to help Wisconsin win their seventh national championship.
The Badgers earned their third national title in five years, and seventh as a program, overtaking the Buckeyes with a single goal.
The Wisconsin Badgers secured a spot in the NCAA Championship by defeating the Big Ten rival Gophers in overtime, 3-2.
In the regional round of the NCAA Tournament, the Badgers dealt with the Sharks in relentless fashion, winning 9-1.
Wisconsin’s hopes at a WCHA championship were dashed Friday night after coming up short against Minnesota in the semifinal round, losing 4-2.
Less than 24 hours after overpowering the Mavericks in Game 1 of the WCHA playoffs, Wisconsin took care of business once again, winning 4-1 to advance to the Final Faceoff against Minnesota.
On the first night of the WCHA playoffs, Wisconsin took care of Minnesota State with ease, winning 3-0.
The Wisconsin women’s hockey team will begin their campaign for a championship this weekend after a successful 23-9-2 season, but how did they get here?
No other athletic program has had three women’s games with over 8,200 attendees this season. Badger women have cleared 14,000 twice.
In the final series of the regular season, the Badgers split their series against the Ohio State Buckeyes, whose Sunday win secured the regular season WCHA championship.
In Wisconsin women’s hockey final road trip of the regular season, they defeated the Gophers convincingly Saturday after edging out a victory via shootout Friday.
Wisconsin’s weekend series against St. Cloud State began with a special “Fill the Bowl” event in the Kohl Center Friday night. The Badgers fell flat in front of the packed crowd before claiming victory on Saturday for a series split.
Multiple Badger skaters reached new career milestones over the weekend as Wisconsin swept St. Thomas with ease.
A weekend sweep over Minnesota State has given the Wisconsin Badgers women's hockey team new momentum with less than a month remaining in the regular season.
In their last series before a winter break, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team dismantled the Minnesota State Mavericks in both weekend games to secure another sweep and their fifth straight victory.