Wisconsin athletics: Dana Rettke named Big Ten Female Athlete of the Year; Johnny Davis and Rettke named UW Athletes of the Year
This is Rettke’s second time winning the prestigious conference award.
The Badgers are preseason top-10 as a team in the first 2022-23 InterMat rankings.
Wisconsin track and field: Olin Hacker wins national championship; several other UW athletes earn All-America honors
Destiny Huven and Bianca Stubler earned first team All-America honors for the Badgers on the women’s side.
This is a big step in the right direction for the Badgers both on and off the field.
If 13 other Big Ten universities can do it, so can Wisconsin.
Let’s have some discourse on a Saturday afternoon.
Montee Ball, Chris Borland, Emma Jaskaniec, and Dr. Kris Eiring will be "tackling the stigma" of discussing mental health in this panel.
Austin Gomez, Dean Hamiti and Eric Barnett all finished their seasons on the podium with a successful weekend in Detroit.
The Badgers are sending nine wrestlers to Detroit this weekend to compete for an All-American spot and a national title.
Plus: Tyler Wahl and Johnny Davis being to receive national honors; UW softball is off to a good start; and Devyn Robinson is training with the national team.
Dean Hamiti was also named Big Ten Freshman Wrestler of the Year.
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Plus: softball is back on the road; wrestling heads to Nebraska for the B1G Championships; and playoff hockey abounds this weekend.
The Badgers have several wrestlers who should qualify for the NCAA Championships, but first they head to Lincoln for conference glory.
Plus: this is now a Pittsburgh Maulers blog; one last look at Jordan Davis’ great game against Minnesota; and playoff hockey is here for the Badgers!
Plus: women’s swimming and diving finishes fourth in the Big Ten; men’s hockey is looking to play spoiler this weekend; and softball is on the right track early in the season.
The Badgers battled hard all afternoon and beat the Big Red, 19-16.
Plus: Jake Ferguson is an impressive pass catcher; Cole Caufield keeps scoring impressive goals; and the softball team pulls off a couple of impressive upsets.
The Badgers, as a team, sit in fourth place heading into the final day of competition.
Plus: women’s hockey needs some help from St. Thomas; Dean Hamiti is one of the most dominant wrestlers in the country; and Kayla Konwent goes yard for the first time in two years.
Plus: softball is on TV this weekend; Johnny Davis rules; and Aidan McConnell will represent her country with the USYNT.
Plus: Dana Rettke wins wine; Daryl Watts is closing in on a record; and the softball team opens their season in Florida.
Plus: the Kohl Center changeover crew is going to need a beer after this weekend; the Watt brothers look like they give good hugs; and a cool Braxton Amos story.
Plus: D’Mitrik Trice gets to play with his brother; Ann-Renée Desbiens shuts down the USA; and Sam Dekker and Dana Rettke are looking good overseas.
The Badgers battled, but the Hawkeyes were just too good on the mat.
Plus: the women’s basketball team had a massive crowd on Saturday; Joe Pavelski is a good gambler; and Bobby Engram doesn’t say much at his press conference!
Plus: Jonathan Taylor and Melvin Gordon setting records; huge wrestling dual this weekend; and Frank Kaminsky endorses Johnny Davis.
The Badgers pounded the Terps as a tuneup before they travel to Iowa City to take on the Hawkeyes.
Plus: Dylan Holloway is back scoring goals; there is more women’s hockey tonight; and official measurements of some UW draft prospects