September 1: The Badgers women's ice hockey team will take part in the opening game festivites for the 2011 Wisconsin Badgers football team. The women's team will be at Badgerville, the offical pre-game event of Wisconsin Athletics. Players will be at the event with their NCAA Frozen Four national championship trophy for photos and autographs.
Sept. 20: Wisconsin head coach Mark Johnson was named one of four recipients of the 2011 Lester Patrick Trophy for outstanding service to hockey in the United States.
September 24: Karley Sylvester was the first freshman of the campaign to net a goal.
On September 25, 2011, Hilary Knight scored her fifth career hat trick in a 13-0 defeat of the Lindenwood Lions. In addition, Briana Decker scored her third career hat trick. The 13 goals scored by the Badgers were tied for third most in the NCAA women's ice hockey all-time list for most goals scored in a game by a team.
Nov. 18-19: Carolyne Prevost became the 17th player in program history to record 100 career points. In a victory over RPI, she netted the first goal of the game for Wisconsin. She would also record an assist in the match. The following day, Prevost recorded six points in the finale against RPI. It was a team-high for any Wisconsin skater this season.  She scored two goals, including the game winner, and helped on four other goals to establish a new career high for most points in one game.
Nov. 19: Brianna Decker recorded her sixth career hat trick as the Badgers celebrated an 8-2 victory against RPI. In addition, she extended her point scoring streak to 24 games.
November 25: In Wisconsin’s fifth shutout of the season, Brianna Decker and Hilary Knight netted two goals apiece in a 5-0 victory over St. Cloud State. Brianna Decker extended her point scoring streak to 26 games, a program record, while Alex Rigsby earned her 10th career shutout.