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Southampton winger Lloyd Isgrove extends Barnsley stay

first_img The winger, 22, joined the Sky Bet League One team in October and in 11 appearances has helped to keep them clear of the relegation zone. His original agreement was scheduled to expire on January 3, but he is now expected to play in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Northern Area final against Fleetwood on Saturday. Press Association Southampton’s Lloyd Isgrove has extended his loan deal at Barnsley until January 23.last_img

What a ride: The best tweets and videos from the Badgers’ basketball season

first_imgAll the big accomplishments meant there were a lot of celebrations along the way.Some were big. Monday night’s loss to Duke in the National Championship is something most Badgers fans would like to forget right now.But even though the Wisconsin men’s basketball team came up short of its goal of a National Title, there were still plenty of other memorable moments throughout the thrill ride of a season.That season featured a school-record 36 wins, back-to-back Final Four appearances for the first time in program history and plenty of selfies of course. And other smaller, more intimate moments. Sometimes it was tough to find the right words to describe all the crazy situations. Luckily, Wisconsin had the sesquipedalian vocabulary of sophomore forward Nigel Hayes — and one stenographer who was up to the task.But seriously – have you ever seen the magical powers of a stenographer? pic.twitter.com/36exonv2CG— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) March 21, 2015Other times, it was better to let the pictures do the talking.Before we leave for Indy, take a look a the #Badgers’ Road to the Final Four: http://t.co/QQ93CB3SOB— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) April 1, 2015Some of those images seemed vaguely familiar, like beating Arizona in California to go to the Final Four.Last night was no dream.”The Wisconsin #Badgers move on to Indianapolis. They will RETURN to the Final Four!” http://t.co/o6PtUUU6f1— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) March 29, 2015Probably about half the season involved Sam Dekker dunking on some hapless opponent.Like the Gophers.Or the Nittany Lions.Wolverines too.Almost forgot Purdue.Now THAT’S the way to score 1,000pts, @samdek1. #SlamDekker #Badgers https://t.co/h9k3w1jror— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) January 8, 2015When Slammin’ Sammy wasn’t throwing down, Frank the Tank was there to pick up the slack.#Badgers go coast to coast for #ThrowdownThursday. https://t.co/4wzHhhrsSw— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) December 18, 2014But Frank wasn’t always ripping down rims. He was more gentle other times, although he was still making his defensive assignments look silly.This is why #Badgers 7-footer Frank Kaminsky is a preseason All-American. https://t.co/pXCqDxE0vg— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) January 1, 2015But those didn’t even come close to qualifying for the play of the year, much less the play of the millennium.That belonged to Dukan.”Play of the millennium.” – @BillWalton | #Badgers #WaltonsWorld https://t.co/FVqXm9xJ2f— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) December 23, 2014Some other plays didn’t go as well. Luckily, this one happened after Wisconsin had already won.You always have to keep your head on a swivel.Nigel: “Sam, you made a #SCtop10 and an #SCNotTop10 in the same game.” (via @tsand): https://t.co/dA5drro5S5— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) November 27, 2014And this one doesn’t really fit in anywhere, but it needed to be included.Happy birthday to Bo Ryan!What do you think… “Birthday suit” for the Cal game? pic.twitter.com/ASg7aX9dNO— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) December 20, 2014And because the 2014-15 season was the year of the Tank, here’s more of Frank’s finest moments.This seems like a fitting way to end.There’s dropping the mic, and then there’s @samdek1 http://t.co/Hgt1vgXeDC #Badgers— Brian Mason (@Brian_Mason) March 29, 2015Just kidding, Frank’s back for more.CONFETTI! NOM NOM NOM http://t.co/RHfRzv1Ewh https://t.co/IzeUk3TO8Q— SB Nation (@SBNation) March 16, 2015 https://twitter.com/dekker/status/585295749371428866 Not to mention a tank full of highlights.That included one of the biggest wins since UW began playing hoops in 1898-1899, when the Badgers took down the previously undefeated Kentucky Saturday night in Indianapolis.center_img The unprecedented campaign all started Nov. 14 with a sellout, a new banner raised to the rafters and win number one. But not everything was going up.Some things came down along the way, including another couple of nets for head coach Bo Ryan. Included in those highlights are four seniors who played in their final game as a Badger Monday night and a junior in Sam Dekker who very well might have donned the Cardinal and White for the last time, as well.They took to Twitter after the tough defeat to offer up their thanks to everyone in Badger nation.last_img read more

Volleyball: Four straight wins propel Wisconsin toward series with Minnesota

first_imgThe No. 15 Wisconsin volleyball team put on a show this weekend during their East Coast road trip consisting of matches against Rutgers and Maryland.For the seventh and eighth time this season, the Badgers (12-4, 4-2 Big Ten) refused to allow either opponent to win a single match in each of the 3-0 shutout victories.Head coach Kelly Sheffield approved of his team’s performance in the successful campaign.“We got a great weekend again from Lauryn Gillis and Romana Kriskova,” Sheffield said. “For those two, the numbers just keep getting better and better.”As the pair’s numbers have been increasing, so have the numbers in UW’s win column.Thanks to last weekend’s performance, UW is powering forward holding a four-game winning streak, including a victory over a strong conference rival, No. 13 Illinois. The Badgers have now clawed into a three-way tie for third place in the Big Ten standings.As of this week, the Big Ten has eight of the top 25 teams in the entire country, which has led to an excitingly unpredictable and competitive season.Wisconsin’s next matchup will certainly be a challenge as the Badgers look to make it five in a row.Wisconsin will host No. 11 Minnesota (13-3, 5-1) this Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the UW Field House.When asked about the talent of the Minnesota team during Monday’s news conference, Sheffield described the upcoming battle as a big challenge.“They’re probably playing as well as anyone in the country,” Sheffield said.Similar to the Badgers, Minnesota has been playing well as of late and is also riding a four-game winning streak heading into Wednesday’s night duel.Sheffield said the team’s confidence has grown over the last few weeks.“Confidence is a powerful thing, and when you have it you feel like you can conquer the world,” Sheffield said. “When you watch them, this team believes in themselves.”Wednesday night’s game will be the first meeting of a two-game series between the Badgers and the Gophers. The second game will be at Minnesota and is set to start 8 p.m. Saturday night.last_img read more