Wisconsin Women's Basketball
After a recent advanced camp at the Kohl Center, the Badgers have extended seven offers this month.
Wisconsin women’s basketball: UW gets favorable Big Ten schedule in year two of the Marisa Moseley era
The Badgers only have to play one of the top preseason contenders for the conference crown (Iowa) twice.
The Badgers men’s and women’s hoops teams will be playing at American Family Field, the home of the Brewers, in November.
Sania Copeland, Mary Ferrito, and Ronnie Porter are now officially Badgers.
The 2022 Pioneer Press East Metro girls basketball player of the year adds another weapon to Moseley’s arsenal.
The Kansas native was released from her NLI after Missouri State changed coaches.
Marisa Moseley has the second member of her 2023 class with the verbal commitment of Patibandla on Sunday.
Marisa Moseley continues to add talent to her 2022 class with a late walk-on addition out of Ohio.
What type of recruits is Moseley’s staff seeking out? What style of play does she envision the Badgers playing?
The reigning Patriot League Player of the Year will finish her college career in Madison.
The Badgers will open the tournament on Wednesday afternoon against Illinois.
Brooke Schramek blocked the Boilermakers’ last second shot to secure the one point win.
The Badgers fell to the Huskers on Wednesday night by 10 points.
The Badgers had the lead at halftime, thanks to some lights out shooting, but struggled after the break and lost to the Spartans.
The Badgers only scored two points in the first quarter but never quit and came all the way back to earn their fourth conference win.
The Badgers and Marisa Moseley have their first commitment of the ‘23 recruiting cycle.
Iowa’s Caitlin Clark had a triple-double and the Hawkeyes offense was too much for UW to handle.
Her return is unknown as she is tending to a personal matter.
Coming off of a big win, the Badgers couldn’t keep up with the sharp-shooting Huskers.
The Badgers have now won two of their last three in conference play.
Coming off their first conference win of the season, the Badgers couldn’t keep the momentum going against the talented Wolverines.
The Badgers had their chances but the Gophers pulled away late for a 16-point win.
How is Marisa Moseley’s squad playing in her first year at the helm?
The Badgers got back in the win column on Thursday night thanks to some sharp shooting from Katie Nelson.
Marisa Moseley’s squad lost their fifth game in a row on Sunday afternoon.
The Badgers are improving. Very slowly, but they are.
An early hole was too deep to climb out of as the Badgers fall to 2-7 on the season.
The Badgers were leading in the fourth quarter but fell apart late to lose their first game of the season.
Moseley adds two top-100 talents in her first class at the helm in Madison.
The Badgers won 67-51 behind 27 points from freshman Krystyna Ellew.