Welcome back to all of the UW-Madison students who went away for spring break. I hope you all got reenergized for this last push until summer. But, while you were laying on the beach or laying on your couch at home, the women's hockey team was winning championships.
The Wisconsin women's hockey team won its fourth national championship in the past six years yesterday. They beat Boston University, 4-1, to win the title. You can find more information about the game and the players in this article on the athletic website.
This article is from the 2000 Badger Yearbook. It highlights the first time the women's hockey team took the ice at UW-Madison. There were nearly 4,000 fans in attendance at that game including the Govenor and Olympic Gold Medalists Cammie Granato and Karen Bye.
We also have the athletic media guide for this inaugural season. Our UW-Madison Athletic Department Collection has media guides for almost all of the seasons.
We just wanted to say congratulations to the women's hockey team, and thanks for a great season and many seasons past.
And to all of the students out there, stay focused we're almost done!