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Men's soccer tops Marquette; Badger-Gopher game on ESPN Classic; Results of "Yes, We Can" food drive

Men's soccer: Badgers shutout Marquette

The Wisconsin men's soccer team ended a seven-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over Marquette Wednesday night in Madison. Sophomore midfielder/forward Christopher Ede scored Wisconsin's second and third goals, the first two goals of his career, to secure the win. Wisconsin moves to 5-9 overall, while Marquette slips to 5-7-1.

Wisconsin scored its first goal on a penalty kick by redshirt freshman forward Victor Diaz early in the first period. Ede's goals came late in the second period, just six minutes apart, on assists from sophomore midfielder/forward B.J. Goodman, sophomore midfielder Nick Caronna and junior forward Matthew Jelacic.

"It's nice to get the win and we put a little icing on it with the third goal," coach Jeff Rohrman said. "Chris has been finishing things off well all week and he put in two nice goals for us. I thought it was a real collective effort tonight."

In his third game this season, UW sophomore goaltender Mike Hood collected four saves, as did Marquette's Steven Grow.

Badger-Gopher game to be shown on ESPN Classic

Fans can relive Wisconsin's 38-34 win over Minnesota at noon Thursday, Oct. 20. The game will be shown on ESPN Classic (channel 25 in Madison).

Results of ‘Yes, We Can' food drive announced

Wisconsin has announced the results of the "Yes, We Can" food drive, which wide receiver Jonathan Orr initiated with the help of other Wisconsin players, coaches and personnel. Students at 16 schools collected approximately 3,200 pounds of food, the equivalent of 2,560 meals, benefiting area food pantries. Randall and Elvehjem elementary schools collected the most food and Orr and some of his teammates will visit those schools Friday.

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