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Men's Soccer: Big Ten title hopes spoiled by Penn State

The University of Wisconsin men's soccer team had an abrupt and disappointing end to their season on Friday. The Badgers went into their second round match with the last-seeded Penn State Nittany Lions, a team off an upset of the second seeded Ohio State Buckeyes, with a chance to move on to the finals of the Big Ten Conference tournament. But on Friday in Ann Arbor (the University of Michigan played host to the tournament), the Badgers went down 1-0 to the Nittany Lions and now must await the judgement of the NCAA to see if they will, by some small chance, get a bid for the NCAA tournament.

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Men's Soccer: Badgers advance to round two

After a big 2-0 win over Michigan in Ann Arbor Wednesday, the Wisconsin men’s soccer team will face the Penn State Nittany Lions in the semi-finals of the Big Ten Tournament. With a 2:30 p.m. start time Friday, this will be the second meeting between these two teams in less than a week.

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Men's soccer: Wisconsin beats Michigan to open Big Ten Tournament

Postseason play has begun in the Big Ten conference, and the Wisconsin men’s soccer team was well prepared for its start. The Badgers beat the tournament host Michigan in Ann Arbor, 2-0 on Wednesday to move to the second round of the Big Ten Tournament where they will take on Penn State, who won their first Big Ten game this season in an upset over second seeded Ohio State.


Men's Soccer: Badgers draw Michigan in first round

With the regular season over, crunch time has begun for the Wisconsin men’s soccer team (4-2-0 Big Ten, 9-7-2 overall) who are the number three seed in the Big Ten tournament, which starts for the Badgers Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Badgers will face the tournament host Michigan Wolverines (1-5-0, 5-13-1) in a rematch of an early October game.


Zadro gives Wisconsin double OT win over Penn State

The Wisconsin men’s soccer team took the field in State College, Penn. on Saturday with the promise that a win would get it a No. 3 seed in the upcoming Big Ten tournament. The Badgers went into two overtimes with Penn State and pulled out a win in the second overtime with a goal in that second extra period for a 1-0 win.


Penn State last stop before Big Ten Tournament

This Saturday, the Wisconsin men’s soccer team (3-2-0 Big Ten, 8-7-2 overall) will play its final regular season game against a struggling Penn State team (0-5-0, 7-7-4) in State College, Penn. The Badgers will look to finish the season strong, particularly in third place in the Big Ten Conference, while the Nittany Lions are searching for their first conference win of the season.

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