Justin Mozer chronicled all the action in Wisconsin's doubleheader against Western Illinois and Milwaukee on Feb. 20, 2011 at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, Wis. The Badgers defeated Western Illinois, 7-0, and picked up a 6-1 win over Milwaukee.
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Wisconsin's 9-1 win over Minnesota State on Feb. 19 marked the team's 30th win of the season and made 2010-11 UW's fourth 30-win campaign in women's hockey program history.
The Badgers also reached the 30-win mark in 2005-06 (36-4-1), 2006-07 (36-1-4) and 2008-09 (34-2-5).
Mandy Hansen chronicled all the action in No. 1 Wisconsin's 9-1 win over Minnesota State on Feb. 19, 2011 at All Seasons Arena in Mankato, Minn.
Mandy Hansen chronicled all the action in No. 1 Wisconsin's 4-0 shutout win over Minnesota State on Feb. 18, 2011 at All Seasons Arena in Mankato, Minn.
This week, the Badger Herald looked at what makes sophomore defensemen Stefanie McKeough such a crucial part of Wisconsin's defensive corps. Read more about the blue liner: "McKeough making herself known on star-studded team."
Senior Marek Michalicka and sophomore Billy Bertha shared their leadership strategies with the Badger Herald and explained what it's like being leaders on a young team like the UW men's tennis team. Read the whole story below.
Badger Herald: Men's tennis finding new sources of leadership (Feb. 15, 2011)
Check out what the media is writing about last weekend's series sweep of No. 8 North Dakota. The Badgers earned a 5-0 shutout win on Friday followed by an 8-4 victory on Senior Day to sweep their final home series of the regular season.
Future Badger Karley Sylvester is one of five finalists for the 2011 Minnesota Ms. Hockey award, Let's Play Hockey newspaper announced. Sylvester remained a candidate for the award after the field of 10 semifinalists was narrowed to the top five this week.
The Ms. Hockey award is presented annually to the top senior girls' high school hockey player in Minnesota. In addition to on-ice talent, criteria for the Ms. Hockey Award include academics, community/extracurricular activities, citizenship and coachability.
Much of the Badgers' success this season can be attributed to the depth of their offense and their consistency. Both of these qualities are exhibited in the lengthy point streaks the Badgers have put together this season.
Senior Meghan Duggan and sophomore Brianna Decker both recorded program-record point streaks earlier this season, and now it is junior Hilary Knight's turn.
WCHA.com posted a great story on junior forward Hilary Knight, courtesy of John Gilbert. Read the full story here:
"Knight's 36 Goals Set Sizzling Tempo for Badgers" Feb. 9, 2011