STAFF BLOG RINK & RUN Badgers Finalize 2010-11 Roster
This update on the 2010 Division I runner up Wisconsin Badgers --the signing of two freshmen, while Jordy Murray indicated he will be staying. It's been a crazy off season for... Posted on 7/22/10 at 6:15 PM
BOSTON — Jessie Vetter stopped 37 shots for an NCAA-record 14th shutout of the season — her second in a national championship game — and Wisconsin won its third women’s hockey title in four years on Sunday with a 5-0 victory over Mercyhurst.
UMD players had time to reflect on the plane ride home Saturday and talk about the season to come, but the Bulldogs won’t soon forget the game that turned on penalties in their 5-1 Frozen Four loss Friday to Wisconsin.
BOSTON — Minnesota Duluth forward Elin Holmlov appeared to lose her balance as she crashed into the back of Wisconsin’s Brooke Ammerman midway through the second period of their NCAA Division I semifinal on Friday.
MINNEAPOLIS — Lawrence Westbrook snapped to life with 15 of Minnesota’s final 18 points, accounting for all of his scoring of the the night, and the Gophers propped up their sagging NCAA tournament resume with a 51-46 men’s basketball victory over Wisconsin on Wednesday.
Earning a spot in the top half of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association will require Minnesota Duluth to do well on the road the rest of the regular season. And Just one goal Saturday was enough for a critical victory.
Three days after a humbling defeat to 10th-ranked Michigan State, Minnesota got another chance against a top-25 team. The Gophers went after the ball with gusto, got their shots to fall in a 68-59 victory over visiting Ohio State.
Shonn Greene set Iowa’s single-season rushing record, Ricky Stanzi’s arm was in rhythm, and the Hawkeyes defense battered the Gophers in a 55-0 victory on Saturday night to sour Minnesota’s last game at the Metrodome and retain possession of Floyd of Rosedale.
Minnesota Duluth hoped the start of the longest homestand of the season would aid a climb in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association standings.
While the Bulldogs got off to a decent start Friday with a tie against Wisconsin, things didn’t improve Saturday.
The much-maligned Wolverines defense swarmed like the Michigan of old and the ground game racked up 232 yards in a 29-6 victory over the Gophers that keeps the Little Brown Jug where it has resided for most of its existence.
Brooke Ammerman broke a tie with a power-play goal in the second period as Minnesota Duluth fell 2-1 to unbeaten Wisconsin in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association game Friday afternoon at the Kohl Center in Madison.
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