UW women blank SCSU, men's season gets worseWisconsin Sports
-- The University of Wisconsin women's team shutout St. Cloud State Friday while the men's team is off to one of the worst starts in program history.
MADISON - The University of Wisconsin women's team shutout St. Cloud State Friday while the men's team is off to one of the worst starts in program history.
Alev Kelter and Brianna Decker scored two goals each as the Wisconsin women’s hockey team rolled past St. Cloud State 6-0. Alex Rigsby stopped 19 shots while collecting her fourth shutout of the season. Decker’s second goal was the 100th of her career in Madison. Wisconsin outshot the visitors 49-19. The Badgers will go for the weekend sweep in a 2 p.m. game today at LaBahn Arena on the UW-Madison campus.
The Wisconsin men’s hockey team, however lost a home game against Minnesota State-Mankato for the first time in eight contests Friday night in front of 9,113. A goal at 5:48 of the final period broke a 2-2 tie, then the visitors added an empty-net goal with less than a minute to go. The 4-2 loss means the Badgers are winless in three home games this season. Ryan Little and Michael Mersch scored for Wisconsin. The Badgers record is now 1-6-2, including 1-4-2 in WCHA play.