The Wisconsin Badgers’ (12-19, 3-15) 2019-2020 season ended in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament Thursday, falling to the fifth-seeded Rutgers Scarlet Knights (22-8, 11-7).
The No. 7 Maryland Terrapins (14-2 Big Ten, 23-4 overall) did it again with their 12th straight win, which, unfortunately for the Wisconsin Badgers (3-13 Big Ten, 11-16 overall) meant another loss in the Big Ten.
Coming from a loss against Iowa (12-3 Big Ten, 21-5 overall) on the road Sunday, the Badgers are preparing for Wednesday’s home game against the Maryland Terrapins (13-2 Big Ten, 22-4 overall).
Going into the second match with the Purdue Boilermakers (7-7 Big Ten, 16-10 overall) this season, the Wisconsin Badgers (3-11 Big Ten, 11-14 overall) were looking to prevent the season sweep — one Purdue hasn’t pulled off against Wisconsin since 2009.
Seeing someone in a wheelchair or navigating through campus with a white cane are ways that we see disability, but often times those that go unseen are not unfelt. Mental illness is disabling to those who suffer from it, so hold those who battle these illnesses close and be an ally for them.
The Wisconsin Badgers (3-1) controlled the court over the Milwaukee Panthers (1-3) Sunday, winning 71-40, following their first loss of the season last Thursday to Colorado.
Coming off a promising exhibition win last Wednesday, the Wisconsin Badgers (1-0) continued their success in a season opening win against the North Florida Ospreys (0-1) on Tuesday.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s basketball team takes on the North Florida Ospreys in the season opener Tuesday night, after a dominating 67-34 win in an exhibition game against UW-Whitewater last Wednesday.