Badger men’s hockey came into its own with a 1973 NCAA title.
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Johnny Davis x’24 enters the NBA as the number-10 overall pick.
USC and UCLA will join the conference in 2024.
UW student-athletes will receive financial awards for academic achievement.
Kelly Sheffield has turned a struggling UW volleyball program into an NCAA powerhouse.
The pregame party has grown from low-key to high-powered.
Now anyone can pitch profitable opportunities to UW stars.
Greg Gard has overcome adversity to lead Badger men’s basketball to new heights.
Athletic Director Chris McIntosh ’04, MS’19 insists on “doing it the right way” during a turbulent time for college sports.
Fifty years ago, Kit Saunders MS’66, PhD’77 ushered in a new era for the UW’s women athletes.
UW researchers are studying on-field head impacts with the help of high-tech mouthguard sensors.
Daryl Watts x’22 ends a stellar Badger career on her own terms.
In the 1970s, UW–Madison hosted thrilling professional basketball games.
Sports psychiatrist Claudia Reardon ’01, MD’06 treats Badger stars.
Chris McIntosh ’04, MS’19 embraces change.
Graham Mertz x’23 puts his meditation skills to use on and off the field.
UW women’s hockey claims its second straight national championship title.
The UW athletic director is the rare celebrity you’d want to have a beer with.
Set to retire, the athletic director picks his favorite moments from a legendary Badger career.
After winning the Stanley Cup, Ryan McDonagh x’22 returns to finish his UW degree.
UW Athletics postpones and cancels games to keep students safe.
The shattering of the Duke’s Mayo Bowl Trophy
90,000 total views can’t be wrong.
Run, swim, and dribble at the UW’s state-of-the-art recreation center.
Mary Edwards ’82 can throw a punch but found her calling ringside.
Cassidy Scheer ’04 shoots to the top of lumberjack sports.
Former UW star Tamara Moore '14 is the only active female coach of a men’s college basketball team.
Track superstar Alicia Monson x’20 shows what it means to be “Badger tough.”
Lee Kemp '79, MBA'83 is the greatest wrestler you've never heard of.
UW athletes could profit from a rule change regarding sponsorships.