Wisconsin Women's Basketball
We’ve now got the full schedule for Marisa Moseley’s first season in charge.
The Badgers will be looking to get off to a fast start in Marisa Moseley’s first season in charge.
Marisa Moseley and her staff have been hitting the recruiting trail hard and have a new commitment.
Tessa Towers, out of Batavia, Ill., is the second recruit to join up with new coach Moseley.
We now know what Marisa Moseley’s first Big Ten campaign will look like and she sends out an offer to Aaliyah Crump.
New student assistant, and former UW player, Estella Moschkau highlights the support staff.
Combo guard Lily Krahn, out of Prairie du Chien, decides to stay home and help rebuild her in-state school.
Nelson follows her coach from Boston to Madison for a fifth season.
UW adds three new assistant coaches to the staff and now it’s time for them to get to work.
Moseley is the eighth coach in Wisconsin women’s hoops history.
The former Boston University head coach will begin her duties with the Badgers next week.
After five forgettable seasons the Badgers and Tsipis part ways.
The junior star averaged a double-double last week.
Junior forward Imani Lewis had a career night to sink the Buckeyes 75-70.
The Badgers have yet to win a game in the Big Ten this year.
Wisconsin is still winless in Big Ten play as turnovers were once again a major factor.
Despite shooting nearly 60 percent from the field, crucial turnovers and a costly technical foul doom UW.
Tough day at the office for the Badgers
The Badgers win their last out-of-conference game before facing a tough Big Ten schedule
The Badgers beat UND by 20 points on Sunday afternoon.
The Badgers turned it over 27 times on Friday and lost to the Scarlet Knights by five, 70-65.
Sydney Hilliard set a career-high in scoring for the second straight game, however.
Sophomore Sydney Hilliard scored a career-high 24 points and led the Badgers to a win over Western Illinois.
The Badgers open up conference play on Dec. 5th against Iowa.
A homegrown star, a legacy from Minnesota and a scoring machine from Illinois are all headed to Madison next season.
Three of the leaders on this year’s team spoke with the media on Wednesday about their expectations for the season.
First tip of the season has been moved back to Nov. 25 after being approved by the Division I Council.
There will also be discussions on mandatory testing and the number of non-conference games a team will play
The Beaver Dam native is staying home!
The Badgers now have two of their three spots filled in their 2021 recruiting class.