Men’s soccer: Badgers garner crucial win against in state rival Marquette

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team wiped out their in state rival, the Marquette Golden Eagles, by a score of 3-0 at the McClimon Complex Wednesday night.This win brought the Badgers to a record of 7-2-2 and brought the Golden Eagles down to a record of 1-8-1. The red and white came out hot in the first half scoring all three of their goals in the first frame.Men’s soccer: Badgers stumble against Rutgers, come out ahead in major Big Ten testIn a battle between Big Ten foes, the University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team took down Rutgers by a score of Read…The first goal for the Badgers came in the 5th minute and was scored by Tom Barlow, his 5th goal of the season. The goal came off of a gorgeous cross from Chris Mueller, the senior who has been playing extremely well as of late for the Badgers.The second goal for the Badgers was scored by junior Elan Koenig. Koenig scored off of a rebound on a shot by Mueller, earning the junior his second goal of the season.Rounding up the scoring  for Wisconsin was Mueller who has been the star for the Badgers all year. Mueller scored on a header off of a pass from Mark Segbers to seal the game and give an insurance goal to the Badgers.Wisconsin has been showing signs of improvement over the last few weeks, earning four straight wins after a disappointing loss to Duke almost two weeks back. Since then, the Badgers have managed to garner wins against Penn State, Wright State, Rutgers and now, Marquette.Wisconsin has been led by forces like Mueller and Koenig, who have managed to help the Badgers score crucial goals during the past few weeks. With these two playing at their individual best, they are setting the pace to lead Wisconsin to new heights, and potentially the NCAA tournaments.Men’s soccer: Badgers cruise to first Big Ten winDomination. That would be the sole word used to describe the slaughter that took place at the McClimon Sports Complex Read…Saturday, Wisconsin welcomes Michigan State to the McClimon Complex. This will be an intense game in which the Badgers, with the help of Mueller and Koenig, can show just how much they have changed so far in their season.For now, Wisconsin has garnered yet another victory against a talented opponent, and are creating the momentum that they will need to be successful down the road.last_img read more

BiH Young Basketball Players among the Top 12 in Europe

first_imgThe junior basketball team of BiH advanced to the second round, among the top 12 selections in the A-Division of the European Championships that is played in Latvia.Last year for the first time they managed to get into the A-Division (triumph at the European Championship Division B in Sarajevo), and then in their debut appearance in the highest rank won the second stage of the competition.This is thanks to the players Adi Zahiragić, Haris Ćurevc, Stefan Lakić, Sandr Gačić, Bojan Lulić, Davor Karamatić, Din Alić, Faris Smajlović, Aleksandar Lazić, Imran Polutku and Nedim Tunović, led by the coach Nenad Marković and his assistants Senad Redžić and Siniša Kovacević.Due to the administrative problems, the professional staff could not count on Emir Sulejmanović and Amar Alibegović, while injuries and illness prevented our leading players Nedim Buza, Milenko Predić and Ivo Garić from participating.BiH, on the last round of group B lost against the Czech Republic 65:69, while the Greeks won against Russia (74:70).The results of Group B: Greece – Czech Republic 67:68, Russia-BiH 68:55, BiH-Greece 52:51 Greece, Czech Republic – Russia 69:71, Russia – Greece 74:70.Rank: Russia 5, Czech Republic 5, BiH 4, Greece 4The second phase of ECH starts on 22nd July, and in Division A will stay 10 representations.(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)last_img read more