Wisconsin Badgers News for March 3, 2014
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Wisconsin hockey recruiting: Brock Boeser named Star Tribune...

Wisconsin recruit Brock Boeser was honored as the top player in the Twin Cities metro this week by the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Despite batting illness in the the early part of the season and losing two senior teammates to the USHL, Brock Boeser was able to help Burnsville high school to a 19-7-1 record and a top-10 ranking much of the season. Along the way, the Wisconsin recruit was able to notch 23 goals and 50 points. For his efforts, the junior forward was named the 2014 Minneapolis Star Tr

Surging UW needs help to share Big Ten title

As Wisconsin continues to rise in both top-25 men’s basketball polls and analysts project the Badgers will receive a No. 2 seeding in the NCAA Tournament and open play at the Bradley Center, Bo Ryan’s players insist their focus is on closing the regular season with a flourish.

Live box: Wisconsin at Penn State

Follow our updating box score as the Badgers visit the Nittany Lions in a Big Ten Conference game this afternoon.

Spring Football Preview: Offense [$]

With Wisconsin set to begin its 15 spring practice slate on Wednesday, BadgerNation previews the Badgers on the offensive side of the ball.

Rivals Spotlight: Jordan Scarlett [$]

Rivals.com brings you junior highlights of 2015 running back Jordan Scarlett, who remains a top target for Wisconsin despite his commitment to Florida Atlantic.

No Regrets for Bohannon [$]

He gave up a potential starting spot to play at Wisconsin and while it might not worked out as well as he hoped, senior forward Zach Bohannon has enjoyed every minute of being a part of the Badgers program.

Bo Ryan believes seniors' contributions aren't defined by final...

Madison – When Wisconsin suffered a 69-56 loss to Purdue in the 2012-’13 home finale, it marked the first time the Badgers had lost on Senior Day since Bo Ryan took over as head coach.And which team will the ninth-ranked Badgers (24-5, 11-5 Big Ten) face at 8 p.m. Wednesday when they close out their home schedule this season?Purdue (15-14, 5-11), of course.The Badgers are set to honor seniors Ben Brust and Zach Bohannon and redshirt junior Evan Anderson, who is leaving the program after he gradu

Badgers Back in the Top 10 [$]

Winners of seven straight, Wisconsin jumped five spots and sit No.9 in the AP poll going into the final week of the regular season, where it will host Purdue Wednesday and travel to Nebraska Sunday. Badgers coach Bo Ryan addressed the media on Monday.

AP Poll: UW back in the Top 10

The Badgers are back in the Top 10 of the AP Poll for the first time since the week of January 20. A recap of AP Poll news, notes and more inside.

Badgers climb to No. 9 in AP poll

Madison – Wisconsin continued its climb in The Associated Press top 25 men’s basketball poll on Monday.UW (24-5, 11-5 Big Ten), which has won seven consecutive games, climbed five spots to No. 9 in The AP poll.The Badgers reached as high as No. 3 earlier this season before losing five of six games.UW hosts Purdue (15-14, 5-11) at 8 p.m. Wednesday and closes the regular season Sunday at Nebraska (17-11, 9-7).

College basketball rankings: Wisconsin returns to AP poll top...

After a two-win week, the Badgers are once again a top-10 team. Before their January swoon, the Wisconsin Badgers spent nine straight weeks in the top 10 of the AP poll. In the latest edition released Monday, they're back at No. 9 following a five-spot jump. Wisconsin handled Penn State on Sunday after a huge second-half effort on Tuesday carried the Badgers past Indiana. At No. 9, Wisconsin also has wins against two higher-ranked teams, including No. 1 Florida and No. 5 Virginia. Winners of se

Badgers down Mavericks, Advance to meet North Dakota in WCHA...

Minnesota-State forced a game three, but Wisconsin pulled out a 2-0 win to continue their WCHA tournament life Despite faltering a bit Saturday evening, the Badger women rallied Sunday for a 2-0 win over Minnesota-State Mankato to advance to the WCHA Final Faceoff in Bemidji. They still struggled to put the puck in the net and will certainly look for ways to fix this sudden and pesky issue before next weekend, but the ability to close out the series and put away Mankato should help their confide

Wisconsin hockey recruiting: Brock Boeser, Matthew Freytag move...

Brock Boeser made an instant impact in the USHL over the weekend, notching a goal and an assist in his first two games for Sioux City. With the calendar flipping over to March and many hockey teams finishing off playoff runs, now is probably a good time to update the status of a few Wisconsin hockey recruits. Starting with Minnesota high schools, future Badgers Brock Boeser and Matthew Freytag saw their seasons come to a close last week. Boeser and Burnsville high school were eliminated by Bloom

NFL Draft 2014: Jared Abbrederis prepares for next step

Jared Abbrederis went from walk-on to Wisconsin's all-time receptions leader. The next step in his unlikely journey playing on Sundays. There wasn't much time for former Wisconsin wide receiver Jared Abbrederis to reflect on his career as a Badger after the 2014 Capital One Bowl. With a career that started as a walk-on who was known more for his track and field prowess before becoming scout-team quarterback, Abbrederis ultimately became an All-Big Ten wide receiver and tied for Wisconsin's a

Wisconsin spring football preview: Sam Arneson leads young group...

With Jacob Pedersen, Brian Wozniak and Brock DiCicco graduating, a slew of younger tight ends will get their shot at contributing. Last season, the combination of Jacob Pedersen, Brian Wozniak and Brock DiCicco hauled in 51 catches and seven touchdowns. Pedersen, the 2012 Kwalick-Clark Big Ten Tight End of the Year, became a major target over the middle on seam routes (see: the Iowa game) and was tied with running back James White for second on the team in receptions with 39. Wozniak, though he

Spring preview: Linebackers

Derek Landisch headlines a linebackers corps that's light on experience but heavy with athleticism.

Iowa State offers Dowell brothers

Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward's Andrew Dowell and David Dowell (pictured) are both four-star prospects, but because they play different positions their offer lists are not identical. Iowa State, however, did offer the pair Sunday night.

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