As the regular season concludes, let’s take a look at the triumphant women’s hockey team and some milestones in their 2023-24 season.
After falling short in game 1, Wisconsin took down the top team of the country to cap off another prolific season at LaBahn.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team swept the Minnesota Golden Gophers as they near the end of their season.
After completing its 13th win in a row, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team looks to close out a dominant season with a second consecutive national championship.
The Wisconsin women’s hockey team swept the Bemidji State Beavers over the weekend, extending its large win streak.
The Badgers took to the ice ready to battle, winning both games in the series against the Bulldogs.
Head coach Mark Johnson is steering the Badgers toward another playoff run with a second consecutive ring in sight.
All-around play from the Badgers allowed Wisconsin to pick up convincing home wins to begin the new year.
The top-five battle ended even after the Badgers bounced back for a convincing series-tying win.
The No. 1 Badgers proved their national status with a lopsided series sweep at home.
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.