With a 74-47 win over UW-La Crosse, UW-Platteville men’s basketball experienced normalcy for the first time since 2020 and triumph that they haven’t felt since 2019. Taking the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship home for the third time in program history, it was the Pioneers first title since 2019.
he goal for Wisconsin men’s hockey heading into this weekend was simple, win more games than Minnesota and bring home a Big Ten regular season title. What makes that difficult is the Badgers are visiting Michigan State for a two-game series while Minnesota hosts Michigan, so Wisconsin had to control what they can control and simply win out Friday and Saturday. In game one of their showdown with the Spartans, Wisconsin did that with a 4-0 victory in East Lansing.
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From watching the 2012 team compete in state for the first time in program history to reaching a milestone of their own, Mark Simon’s group did not experience the result they wanted tonight but still took the program to new heights. Falling to Notre Dame 68-56 in the WIAA Division 2 State Championship game, Reedsburg girl’s basketball earned it’s first ever runner-up finish at state in program history.
With two games left in their regular season after this weekend, Wisconsin men’s hockey is playing their best game at the most important time of year. After a 2-1 overtime win on Friday, the Badgers left no doubt against Ohio State on Saturday with a 7-0 win.
Illinois (18-6, 15-4 Big Ten) has won its last three meetings with Wisconsin (16-9, 10-8) since a 15-game losing streak in the series. Trice and Wisconsin pushed Illinois right to the very end. After Wisconsin trailed by 13 points with less than three minutes left, Trice nearly brought the Badgers all the way back by scoring 19 points in the final 2:12. Trice’s sixth 3-pointer cut Illinois’ lead to 70-69 with 6.7 seconds left.
In just their second ever appearance in state Mineral Point girl’s basketball is leaving with hardware for the second time, just not the golden ball that they earned in 2016. After a second half shootout the Pointers fell to Mishicot 70-66 as the top-seed in the division won its first ever state title.
Former Wisconsin wide receiver Quintez Cephus said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday against the university that he was used as a scapegoat during a sexual assault investigation that resulted in his temporary expulsion.
Micah Potter scored 19 points, D’Mitrik Trice had 13 and No. 21 Wisconsin shut down lowly Northwestern for a 68-51 victory Sunday night. Jonathan Davis and Brad Davison added 12 points apiece, helping Wisconsin (16-8, 10-7 Big Ten) bounce back from consecutive losses to No. 3 Michigan and No. 11 Iowa. The balanced Badgers improved to 10-1 when they have at least four players score in double figures.
No. 1 Wisconsin women’s volleyball experienced a normality for any other program for just the second time this season, dropping a set. As always, the top volleyball team in the country rallied for a victory. After taking the first two sets against Michigan State 25-10 and 25-16, the Spartans forced a fourth set with a 25-21 victory in the third. That one set loss was the Badgers first dropped set since January 30 when UW prevailed 3-1 at Illinois.
In its first game in 455 days, Wisconsin women’s soccer started the 2021 season with a 1-0 win over Iowa. The season opening win marked career victory No. 152 for head coach Paula Wilkins which is the most in program history.
On sectional championship Saturday in Wisconsin one of the best matchups pitted Lake Mills against Marshall in Division 3 Sectional 3 with the L-Cats advancing to state after a double-overtime 65-59 win.
From starting their season as a club team to returning to state for a fourth straight year, Verona boy’s hockey were back where they belong, in the division one state championship game just not with the result they wanted.
For the last three year’s no WIAA division 1 wrestling program has topped Stoughton when it matters most, in the state finals. Today, that trend changed.Top-ranked Kaukauna stopped the Viking’s bid for a fourth-straight state title with a 38-26 victory on Saturday in what was both program’s third match of the day.
With Verona down five points and its season under a minute away from ending, head coach Reggie Patterson turned to the two leaders of his backcourt, Jonah Anderson and Cam McCorkle. Trailing 65-60 to one-seed Waunakee, Anderson found McCorkle in the corner opposite the Wildcats’ bench and with one shot, five-seed Verona was two points away from forcing overtime. But Patterson and his boys wanted the win.
Edgewood High School is filing a federal lawsuit against the City of Madison, alleging that the City has unfairly treated the school over the years in their efforts to install lights on their football field.
Duke freshman forward and potential 2021 NBA lottery pick, Jalen Johnson has opted of the remaining 2020-2021 season for the Blue Devils.After reports emerged Monday evening of opt out decision made by the former five-star recruit out of Wisconsin, who played his first two seasons of high school basketball at Sun Prairie, the program released an official statement on Johnson’s decision.
Isaiah Livers scored 20 points and Hunter Dickinson had a double-double as No. 3 Michigan returned from a three-week layoff and rallied from a 14-point deficit to beat No. 21 Wisconsin 67-59 on Sunday.Michigan (14-1, 9-1 Big Ten) scored the game’s final eight points and pulled ahead for good with 1:46 left on a tiebreaking putback from Dickinson, who had 11 points and 15 rebounds. Wisconsin (15-7, 9-6) missed its last seven shots.