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.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 14-3-4 overall) looked to be heating up after a 3-0 win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament over the AAC conference champion Memphis Tigers (7-2 AAC, 17-4 overall). The Badgers officially caught fire in the second round as they demolished the CAA conference champion Hofstra Pride (6-2-1 CAA, 16-6-1 overall) with a stunning final score of 6-0.
For the third consecutive season the Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 13-3-4 Overall) advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament where they’ll face the Hofstra Pride (6-2-1 Colonial, 16-5-1 overall) in Palo Alto on Friday.
The Wisconsin women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 13-3-4 overall) worked through their previous tough, demoralizing losses and beat the Memphis Tigers (7-2-0 AAC, 17-4-0) 3-0 to advance in the NCAA Tournament.
For the third consecutive year and 20th time in program history, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 12-3-4 overall) earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament.
The No. 23 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer (6-2-3 Big Ten, 12-3-3 overall) is preparing for their first Big Ten Tournament game as they host the Illinois Fighting Illini (6-5-0, 11-7-0) Sunday at noon.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 12-3-3 overall) concluded their regular season with a 2-1 loss on the road against Ohio State (6-2-3, 9-5-3). Both teams entered the game in good form with Wisconsin unbeaten in its previous seven games and the Buckeyes picking up only one loss over their last 10. Ohio State took the lead in only the ninth minute of the game when a low cross from senior midfielder Eleanor Gabriel found sophomore forward Marissa Birzon behind the Wisconsin back line. With a move taking her past the flying Jordyn Bloomer, Birzon found herself with an easy finish on an open net to put the Buckeyes in front.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-1-3 Big Ten, 12-2-3 Overall) continued their good run of form with a 1-0 win over Nebraska (4-2-3 Big Ten, 8-5-4 Overall) in their final home game of the season, extending their unbeaten streak to seven games.
The No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (5-1-3 Big Ten, 11-2-3 overall) has once again qualified for the Big Ten tournament and has plans of qualifying for the NCAA tournament for the third consecutive season. Maybe it’s just a case of being a year older and wiser, but there is one more factor to Wisconsin’s elevated play this season: super-sub senior forward Emily Borgmann.
In the wake of two hard fought 0-0 draws at home, the Wisconsin Badgers Women’s Soccer team (5-1-3 Big Ten, 11-2-3 overall) are back in form after going three for three on their road trip.
After 220 minutes of play in three days, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (2-1-3 Big Ten, 8-2-3 overall) could not settle the score in their two home games as both games resulted in 0-0 draws that were not dull despite the scoreline. Wisconsin faced off with the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (3-0-2 Big Ten, 7-1-4 overall) Friday afternoon after the game was postponed from Thursday night.
After a tough loss 2-0 to the Michigan Wolverines (2-2 Big Ten, 6-5 overall) on the road Thursday, the Wisconsin Badgers (2-1-1, 8-2-1) bounced back with an exciting 2-1 against the Michigan State Spartans (0-2-2, 5-3-3) on Sunday.
Dani Rhodes joked she sort of blacked out just before her winning goal and prayed she got the right touch on the ball. “I took a touch and just knew I just had to place it,” the junior forward said.
The No. 22 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-1-1) fought a tough battle against the No. 12 Northwestern Wildcats (6-1-1) that ended in an exciting 1-1 draw.
Facing its last opponent before beginning Big Ten play, the Wisconsin women’s soccer team stretched its winning streak to six games with a 2-1 comeback victory over the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers on Sunday afternoon at McClimon Soccer Complex.
Football Last Season 2017 was by almost all measures the most successful season in program history, but its ending also left many Badger fans wanting more.
LONDON — Geneviève Richard has just exited the water on a beach in France, and the wind is gusting audibly over the phone. She’s slightly out of breath, but happy, even though her team, Olympique de Marseille Féminin, lost its match just a day before. Even with her club toiling in last place of France’s top female soccer division, Richard has plenty to smile about these days: A professional career seemed out of reach not long ago. “I was doing all of my prerequisites for [a] pharmacy [degree], and I didn’t think about [soccer],” she said. But while Richard, a Quebec native, expected to depart Wisconsin with a degree, she may not have expected it would lead to and prepare her for a professional soccer career.
The Badgers women’s soccer team find themselves trading below freezing temperatures at home for a little warmth and sunshine as they will be roadtripping down to pleasant Columbia, South Carolina to take on the No. 1-seed South Carolina Gamecocks in the second round of the NCAA women’s soccer tournament after handily beating the Toledo Rockets Friday night, 5-0. The game could be viewed as a story of two halves as the Badgers peppered Rockets goalkeeper Madison Perrin with 13 shots and five on goal compared to the Rockets’ two total shots and one on goal.
After a red hot start to its season, the UW women’s soccer team (7-1-0) looked to continue its stellar play into its first Big Ten matchup of the season.