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Saturday, May 28, 2022

Ryan Weinkauf


SPORTS

Badgers wrap up spring preparations in front of over 9,000 fans at Camp Randall Stadium

Jared Abbrederis went rock. Joe Schobert went scissors. And that was how the Badgers kicked off their 2016 season. It was perfect football weather in Madison Saturday, and for over 9,000 fans at Camp Randall and many more watching at home, today was also the perfect opportunity to get a first look at next year’s Wisconsin Badger football team, as it hosted its annual Spring Game.

Hockey Celebration
SPORTS

Border Battle resumes in the Frozen Four

For the third consecutive season, the No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers (35-3-1) return to the NCAA Women’s Hockey Frozen Four looking to bring a National Championship trophy back to Madison for the first time since 2011. Their semifinal matchup comes against an opponent they are very familiar with.

SPORTS

Badgers roll past Mercyhurst to advance to Frozen Four

The season continues on for the No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers (35-3-1) as they punched their ticket to a third consecutive Frozen Four appearance, defeating Mercyhurst (19-11-5) in the NCAA quarterfinals 6-0. The victory came in front of a sold-out and boisterous crowd at LaBahn Arena, an atmosphere that has become a staple at home this season.

Wisconsin easily swept Minnesota State and now will travel to Minnesota for the WCHA Final Face-Off. 
SPORTS

Desbiens sets NCAA record, Badgers move on to WCHA Final Face-off

It was a momentous Saturday for the No. 3 Wisconsin Badgers (32-3-1), as they defeated Minnesota State (3-29-4) 6-0, earning a series sweep and booking their place at the WCHA Final Face-Off next weekend, along with junior goaltender Ann-Renée Desbiens recording her 18th shutout, breaking the single season NCAA record, all in front of a sold out crowd at LaBahn Arena in Madison.

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