The Badgers closed out their regular season with two Big Ten wins, ending the year with a three game winning streak.
Wisconsin fell to No. 7 Iowa 91-61 on Wednesday night. Iowa took a large lead early and never stopped dominating.
In a thrilling overtime game, Wisconsin claimed the 76-70 win over Minnesota. For the first time since 2012, the Badgers completed the Border Battle sweep — Wisconsin’s only sweep of the season thus far.
Wisconsin faced a tough loss to Northwestern at the Kohl Center — 67-70. Northwestern dominated in the last five minutes of the game, outscoring Wisconsin nine to one and moving the Badgers to a 5-5 home record.
Wisconsin bounced back from a three game losing streak to earn a 59-44 win over Valparaiso, while senior Julie Pospisilova became the 28th Badger in program history to reach 1,000 career points, and the first not born in the United States.
Wisconsin took down No. 11 Penn State in five sets on Thursday to advance to the regional finals, yet fell to No. 2 Pittsburgh in five sets on Saturday.
Wisconsin, ranked as a number one seed, took down Quinnipiac and TCU at the UW Field House in the first two rounds of the playoffs. The Badgers defeated Quinnipiac in three sets and overcame TCU in three sets to kick off the 2022 playoffs.
The Badgers defeated No. 5 Nebraska 3-1 as well as No. 8 Ohio State 3-1. With their win over Nebraska Friday night, Wisconsin also clinched the Big Ten championship title, their fourth consecutive conference title.