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Road Test: UW prepares for key B1G road trip

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MADISON, Wis. --The Badgers hit the road this week for a pair of B1G matches against Minnesota (9/27) and Ohio State (9/30) and will end its regular-season schedule playing six of its final nine contests away from home. 

With an updated RPI of 23, including marquee wins over Notre Dame, Illinois St. and Milwaukee, the Badgers have the strength of schedule to make a postseason run. 

Recent losses to No. 8 Penn St. and No. 22 Michigan hurt the Badgers' chances but UW can make a strong case for itself and take a huge step toward regaining momentum in the B1G race with a good showing on the road this week.

Quick Hits:
Shooting Stars: The Badgers hold a 4-0-0 record in 2012 when outshooting opponents, with a pair of those victories coming in shutout fashion. The Badgers rank eighth in the conference in shots, averaging 11.33 a match, with senior Monica Lam-Feist leading the team through 10 games with 29.

McClimon Magic: The Badgers are 5-1-0 at the McClimon Soccer Complex this season, a feat UW has not accomplished since 2008. UW holds a 27-13-7 (.648) record at the McClimon Complex during the Paula Wilkins era and have recorded shutouts in 14 of its last 18 home matches.

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