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Monday, June 24, 2024

Irene Burski


Badgers bounced by Buckeyes in Big Ten Tournament

The Badgers’ postseason dreams of winning back-to-back Big Ten tournament titles came to an abrupt and harsh end in the tournament’s first round this Sunday, in which underdog No. 7 seed Ohio State beat the favorite No. 2 seed Wisconsin at McClimon Sports complex. A two-goal lead for the Buckeyes in the first half proved sufficient to beat the Badgers, who were able to only find the back of the net once in the second half, despite a blitzkrieg of heartbreakingly close offensive attempts as the final minutes of the match quickly ticked away. Wisconsin (8-2-1 Big Ten, 11-6-3 overall) clocked in 22 shots over the course of the game to Ohio State’s (5-4-2, 11-5-3) 10 shots.


Double-overtime loss costs UW sole ownership of regular season Big Ten title

In a stunning end to what was a dominating eight-game win streak and miracle season turnaround, the Badgers fell to Northwestern in a heartbreaking double-overtime defeat at the at the McClimon Sports Complex Wednesday night.  While having clinched a share of the Big Ten title last weekend with its victory on the road against a struggling Maryland, Wisconsin lost the distinction of being the only holder of the conference title.  The Badgers (8-2-1 Big Ten, 10-5-3 overall) needed a win or a draw against the Wildcats (7-3-1, 13-4-2)  to claim sole ownership of the Big Ten title.

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Wisconsin pushes winning streak to five

What started as a three-game winning streak playing at home for the Badgers has progressed to dominating on the road, with Wisconsin (5-1-1 Big Ten, 8-4-3 overall) crushing Nebraska (1-4-2, 5-6-2) 3-0 Sunday afternoon.

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