Wisconsin Women's Hockey
UW shutout Providence 3-0 on Tuesday afternoon to earn their seventh straight Frozen Four appearance.
The Badgers open up their NCAA Tournament with a game against Providence in the quarterfinals
Wisconsin women’s hockey: Daryl Watts is WCHA’s best; Badgers set to play Providence in NCAA Tournament
A roundup of women’s hockey news ahead of the NCAA Tournament.
The men are playing for the Big Ten title and the women are playing to reach the final of the WCHA Final Five. BIG AFTERNOON OF HOCKEY, FOLKS!
Wisconsin women’s hockey: all-WCHA teams announced, featuring Daryl Watts, Sophie Shirley and Grace Bowlby
The WCHA announced their all-conference teams on Wednesday and the Badgers were well represented.
This is the second straight year the duo has received this honor.
The more things change...jk, nothing has really changed. The volleyball team and both hockey teams are still in their respective top-fives.
Our weekly update on rankings around the athletic department.
Kennedy Blair pitched two shutouts this weekend and the offense tallied 11 goals in the sweep
Wisconsin is a hockey/volleyball school now. It’s official.
The Badgers won one and tied one and leave Minneapolis still in first place in the WCHA.
The Badgers are set for a top-two showdown with the rival Gophers this weekend in Minneapolis
Both the men’s and women’s teams are at Minnesota with first place in the Big Ten and WCHA on the line. Gonna be a good weekend!
Time for our weekly look around the athletic department!
Watts led the country with 10 goals in eight games throughout January.
How are the men’s hockey, women’s hockey and volleyball teams ranked this week?
The Badgers offense was clicking all weekend and Kennedy Blair stood tall between the pipes to lead UW to the sweep.
The Badgers rang up 11 goals against the alleged best team in the nation in this weekend’s sweep.
No. 1 Wisconsin and No. 4 Ohio State each won a 2-1 game over the weekend.
In their first series back on the ice in over a month, the Badgers swept the Mavericks over the weekend.
The women’s team has positive COVID cases and won’t play Minnesota this weekend and Weissbach is national player of the month!
Sophie Shirley was named WCHA Forward of the Week and Nicole LaMantia was Defenseman of the Week
UW lost by one goal on Friday night but shutout the Buckeyes on Saturday afternoon to salvage the sereis split.
After a long break the top ranked Badgers will back on the ice against Ohio State this Friday
The Badgers were also picked to finish atop the conference again by the coaches.
The No. 1 ranked Badgers open up the season on Nov. 27th in Columbus against the Buckeyes.
Just as in 2016, the Badgers and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission will welcome the men’s Frozen Four to Amalie Arena.