The first-ranked Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (4-0-0 overall) and the eighth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes (4-0-0 overall) face off for their first matchup of the season this weekend in a rematch of last year’s WCHA semifinal. In their last matchup, Wisconsin took home a 3-2 victory.
The Wisconsin Badgers (2-0-0) women’s hockey team took home a pair of wins against the Lindenwood Lions (0-0-2) on Friday and Saturday. The Badgers beat out the Lions 4-0 in Friday night’s season opener and Saturday’s rematch that resulted in a 6-2 Badger victory.
March 24, 2019. The day had been — literally — circled on Kristen Campbell’s calendar for a year.
Sometimes, the sixth time is the charm.
In 2017, Wisconsin travelled to St. Charles, MO, as the nation’s top-ranked team, with the country’s best offense, best defense and the best goaltender in NCAA history.
MINNEAPOLIS — “Four for Four.”
Annie Pankowski and the Badgers put up plenty of threes this weekend.
A week after being stymied by an elite WCHA goaltender, Wisconsin made sure it wouldn’t happen again.
Four weeks ago, Wisconsin’s women’s hockey team travelled to Bemidji, Minnesota sporting a 16-game unbeaten streak against the Beavers — and promptly dropped the series opener 2-1.
Senior forward Annie Pankowski was named one of three finalists for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award for the best player in Division 1 women’s college hockey Thursday.
No. 1 Wisconsin’s hopes of becoming the first team in WCHA history to win four consecutive regular season titles were dashed on the season’s final day, as the Badgers (18-4-2 WCHA 28-4-2 overall) were only able to manage a tie against No. 10 Ohio State (12-10-2, 18-12-2).
In its final away series of the regular season, No. 2 Wisconsin (18-4-0 WCHA, 28-4-0 overall) swept University of Minnesota-Duluth ( 9-11-2, 13-15-2) on the shores of Lake Superior. Heading into the final weekend of the regular season, the Badgers lead the WCHA with 54 points, just ahead of No. 1 Minnesota’s 52.
75 seconds into the game, Sophie Shirley got a step on her defender, turned the corner and crashed the net with the puck on her stick. The freshman forward crashed into Minnesota State goalie Abigail Levy and though the initial shot didn’t go, a second attempt forced it across the goal line.
The Wisconsin Badgers (21-3-0 overall, 11-3-0 WCHA) returned home to sold-out LaBahn Arena Friday night to host the St. Cloud State Huskies (8-16-2 overall, 3-12-0 WCHA). The Badgers shut out the Huskies 5-0 in the first game of the weekend, pouring in 44 shots on goal in the dominant victory.
In its second series of the new year, No. 1 Wisconsin (11-3-0 WCHA, 21-3-0 overall) split its rivalry series with No. 2 Minnesota (12-3-1-0 WCHA, 22-3-1). The Badgers walked away with a 2-1 win on Friday night but dropped Saturday’s rematch 3-1 as the top two teams in the nation faced off at Minnesota’s Ridder Arena.
No. 1 Wisconsin women’s hockey (17-1-0 overall, 7-1-0-0 WCHA) starts its three-week away series with a matchup against St. Cloud (5-13-1 overall, 2-10-0-0 WCHA) this weekend. With 21 points so far in the WCHA, the Badgers will look to close the gap to conference leaders Minnesota and Ohio State in their return to conference play, which was broken up by series against Harvard and Syracuse.
For the first time since returning from a right leg injury, redshirt senior forward Emily Clark scored. Three times.
31 to four. Wisconsin put 31 shots on goal from the valuable area between the faceoff dots against Syracuse. The Orange managed only four such shots.
The Wisconsin women’s hockey team (15-1-0 overall, 7-1-0 overall) hosts the Syracuse Orange (4-10-0 overall, 4-3-0 CHA) for the first time at LaBahn Arena this weekend.
After a bye week, the No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (5-1-0 WCHA, 11-1-0 overall) looks to take on the unranked Bemidji State Beavers (2-5-1-0 WCHA, 2-9-1 overall) this weekend.