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>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

Print Friendly>>Badger Men Still Lead Big Ten Despite Home Loss To Northwestern

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin still leads the Big Ten men’s basketball race by one game, after losing at home to Northwestern 66-59 on Sunday night. The Badgers started the second half with a 10-0 run to lead by one point, but Northwestern then scored eight straight to lead for good. Wisconsin only shot 37-percent in its last four games, and it continued that trend with 38-percent to the Wildcats’ 45. Bryant McIntosh had 25 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to lead a Northwestern team that’s trying to make its first N-C-A-A Tournament in school history, and is close to a national ranking at 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. Nigel Hayes scored 13 for Wisconsin — which lost to Northwestern for the third time in five games, snapped an eight game overall winning streak, and fell to 10-2 in the Big Ten and 21-4 overall.

 

>>Women’s College Hoops: UW Falls At Michigan

(Undated)  —  After snapping a ten game losing streak last week, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team lost at Michigan on Sunday, 75-66. The Wolverines made nine three pointers to Wisconsin’s five, and the Badgers had a 40-26 rebounding edge. Avyanna Young had 23 points and 13 rebounds for the U-W, which dropped to 1-11 in the Big Ten and 6-19 overall — and Katelynn Flaherty scored 35 for Michigan, which is now 10-2 in the conference and 21-5 overall. In the Big East, the Marquette women have won two straight after an 86-71 victory at Xavier. Allazia Blockton scored 22 for the Golden Eagles, who outshot Xavier 53-to-40-percent in improving to 10-5 in league play and 19-7 overall, while the Musketeers fell to 3-11 in the conference and 11-14 overall.

 

>>PGA Golf: Stricker Ties For 23rd At Pebble Beach

(Pebble Beach, CA)  —  Madison golfer Steve Stricker ties for 23rd at the P-G-A’s Pebble Beach Pro Am. Stricker had his best round of the tournament Sunday at minus three 69 on the Pacific Ocean course in central California, to finish at minus six 281. That was 13 strokes behind the winner, Jordan Speith.

 

>>Badger Women’s Hockey Team Wins Second Straight WCHA Crown

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin has won its second straight W-C-H-A women’s hockey regular season title, with an 8-0 rout of Minnesota Duluth on Sunday in Madison. Junior forward Baylee Wellhausen scored her first career hat trick — and fellow junior Annie Pankowski had two goals. Senior Ann Renee Desbiens made 15 saves to give her 12 shutouts this season — the most in the N-C-A-A’s Division One — and it was the 50th shutout of her Wisconsin career. The top ranked Badgers skated to a tie with the Bulldogs on Saturday with a shootout victory, and Sunday’s win improved the U-W to 22-2-2-and-2 in the conference and 27-2-and-2 overall. Second ranked Duluth fell to 17-5-4-and-1 in the W-C-H-A and 20-5-and-5 overall.

 

>>AHL Hockey: Admirals Fall In Final Minute

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  An empty net power play goal with 20 seconds left gives the Rockford IceHogs a 2-1 victory at Milwaukee Sunday. The game was scoreless until Rockford center Sam Carrick scored with about eight and one half minutes left. Milwaukee’s Vladislav Kamenev went out with a roughing penalty in the final two minutes, Admirals’ goalie Jonas Gunnarsson was pulled for an extra attacker, and Jeremy Langlois scored the game winning goal for Rockford. Milwaukee avoided being shut out when Trevor Murphy scored with nine point six seconds left, as the Admirals lost their third game in their last four.

 

>>Pro Indoor Soccer: Milwaukee Crushes Cedar Rapids

(Undated)  —  In pro soccer, the Milwaukee Wave scored an 8-2 home victory against Cedar Rapids. Ian Bennett scored the opening goal of the match, and then two more in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee took a 5-0 lead into the final period. The Wave has now won seven of its last eight matches, with a record of 11-6 in the Major Arena Soccer League.  Milwaukee is one and one half games behind Central Division leading Kansas City with two matches left — and the Wave will square off with K-C on the road next Saturday night.

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