Wisconsin started strong, but couldn’t hold on to pull off the upset against the Nittany Lions.
The Badger women's soccer team will take the field for the final time of their regular season against Minnesota.
Fresh off of a win against Maryland, the Badgers will take on the team with the second-best record in the Big Ten in the Scarlet Knights.
World Cup champion and Manchester City star Rose Lavelle will address the UW-Madison winter class of 2020.
The No. 3 seeded Wisconsin Badgers’ (10-0-1 Big Ten, 16-4-6 overall) NCAA tournament run came to an end this Sunday with a loss to the No. 2 seed UCLA Bruins (8-3-0 Pac-12, 17-4-1 overall) in the Sweet Sixteen.
After a tough 1-0 home victory over Milwaukee (8-0-1 Horizon League, 17-2-1 overall) in the last round, the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (10-0-1 Big Ten, 16-3-2 overall) travelled to L.A. and emerged victorious in a hard fought battle over Duke (3-1-6 ACC, 9-4-7) to move on to the round of sixteen.
The No. 3 seeded Wisconsin Badgers (10-0-1 Big Ten, 15-3-2 overall) opened the NCAA tournament with a 1-0 win over the Milwaukee Panthers (8-0-1 Horizon League, 17-2-1 Overall).
After guaranteeing at least a share of the Big Ten regular season title with a 1-0 win over Illinois in their last match, the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (9-0-1 Big Ten, 13-2-2 overall) had a chance to clinch outright on Sunday with a draw or win against the Northwestern Wildcats (3-6-2 Big Ten, 5-10-3 overall) in Evanston.
With two wins this week, a 2-0 win over Nebraska at home, and a 1-0 road win over Illinois, the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (8-0-1 Big Ten, 12-2-2) remained undefeated in conference play and clinched a share of the Big Ten championship with two games still remaining on the regular season.
The No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (6-0-1 Big Ten, 10-2-2 overall) continued their undefeated start to Big Ten play, drawing 2-2 with the Iowa Hawkeyes (5-3-1 Big Ten, 13-3-1 overall) after two overtime periods.
The No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers (5-0-0 Big Ten, 9-2-1 overall) left West Lafayette, Indiana with three points after defeating the Purdue Boilermakers (2-3-1 Big Ten, 6-5-2 overall) 1-0.
The No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers (4-0-0 Big Ten, 8-2-1) are on absolute fire with their best start to conference play in more than 20 years, remaining unbeaten through four games. The Badgers took on their latest opponents; the tough No. 24 ranked Michigan Wolverines (8-3-1, 3-1-1) at home this Thursday and emerged victorious in a confident 2-0 victory.
After having their Friday evening match against Ohio State postponed due to weather, the No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers (3-0-0 Big Ten, 7-2-1 overall) were able to take the field on Sunday against the Penn State Nittany Lions (2-2-0 Big Ten, 6-5-1 overall), winning the match 1-0.
With a 2-0 victory over the Green Bay Phoenix (3-3-0), the No. 16 Wisconsin Badgers (4-1-1) ended their streak of four straight overtime games, and earned their most decisive scoreline of the year.
The No. 16 ranked Wisconsin Badgers (3-1-1) took on the Loyola Ramblers (1-3-1) this Thursday in Chicago. The Badgers were tested again in overtime for their fourth consecutive game.
The No. 15 Wisconsin Badgers (3-1-0) continued their strong start to the season with another exciting home victory in overtime against the Butler Bulldogs (3-1-0), winning by a score of 2-1.
With their first home game of the season, the Badgers faced in state rivals Marquette in a closely contested match
After blazing through the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament with victories over the AAC Champion Memphis Tigers and the CAA Champions Hofstra Pride, the No. 23 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 14-4-4) fell 1-0 to the No. 1 Stanford Cardinal (10-0-1 Pac-12, 20-0-2) in the Sweet Sixteen. In only the second Sweet Sixteen appearance in program history, the Badgers faced the 2017 NCAA champions Stanford in Palo Alto.