Wisconsin rowers compete for a seat in Oxford’s coveted Blue Boat.
Running back wants to improve lives of urban children.
WAA welcomes Class of 2013 into Fifth Quarter tradition.
Engineering students will upgrade a campus institution.
“On, Wisconsin!” turns one hundred
Former Badgers pick up the pace in Portland, Oregon.
The three siblings never thought they’d all converge as Badger athletes.
There’s a science to watching the grass grow.
Sophomore wasted little time making an impact on the UW women’s soccer program.
The cheering mass of students clad in tie-dyed T-shirts debuted at men’s basketball games at the Kohl Center in 2002.
Badger chapters compete for charity.
Recreational Sports Board asks for $60 million to pump up facilities.
Left fielder hopes she’ll make her biggest hit off the field.
A look at groups that Badgers have formed online.