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Gritty Showalter leads with energy, toughness
Senior guard went from walk-on to two-year start for Wisconsin, which plays at Illinois tonight
No. 10 Wisconsin routs Illinois
In the second half Illinois started to close the gap, but Wisconsin put in extra effort to stop the Fighting Illini.
Cesarz hopes he's next walk-on success story
Ethan Cesarz, who earned all-state recognition this past season as a middle linebacker, will walk on at Wisconsin this fall.
Lyles brothers reunite at UW-Madison
Kayden Lyles and Kare' Lyles will both be playing for the Wisconsin Badgers, following their father, Kevin Lyles, who also played.
Hill's patience, perseverance paying off for UW
One of the items on Wisconsin coach Greg Gard's agenda at the start of the week was to recognize the perspective and performance of one of his less-heralded players: redshirt junior guard Jordan Hill.
Happ, Badgers avoid upset
Ethan Happ scored seven of his career-high 32 points in overtime and No. 15 Wisconsin overcame offensive struggles to beat Rutgers 61-54 on Saturday at Madison Square Garden.
UW-Whitewater women remain in first

UW-Whitewater's women's basketball team saved its best for last Saturday.

The Warhawks erupted for 31 points in the fourth quarter in rallying for a 67-53 win over UW-La Crosse in a WIAC game at the Kachel Gymnasium.

Malia Smith led four ...

Whitewater men win fifth straight

Make it five in a row for UW-Whitewater's men's basketball team.

The Warhawks, behind 25 points from Chris Jones, held off UW-La Crosse 67-62 in a WIAC game Saturday.

In winning its first straight game, Whitewater improved to 16-3...

Marquette upsets top-ranked Villanova

Katin Reinhardt hit two free throws with 11.6 seconds left, Jalen Brunson and Darryl Reynolds missed chances to tie near the basket in the final seconds, and Marquette upset top-ranked Villanova 74-72 on Tuesday night.

The Golden Eagles (14-6,...

Second-half surge carries Badgers past Nittany Lions

Bronson Koenig scored 20 points Tuesday night and No. 15 Wisconsin shut down Penn State in the second half on its way to an 82-55 victory.

The Badgers (17-3, 6-1 Big Ten) started to shake off the Nittany Lions (11-10, 3-5) after Ethan Happ came ...