The 7-foot-1, 260-pounder fills a spot that had been depleted after the departures of Nate Reuvers, Micah Potter and Joe Hedstrom this offseason.
The former La Crosse Central standout averaged 7.0 points and 4.1 rebounds in his first season at UW.
D.J. Carton is leaving Marquette to pursue a professional career, a move that means the Golden Eagles won't return at least four of their top five scorers from this past season.
The football and men's basketball coaches joined Mark Johnson, Tony Granato, Chris Bono and Yuri Suguiyama in having an extra year added.
The 6-foot-3 point guard is joining the Badgers after two seasons at Wake Forest.
Jahcobi Neath, a 6-foot-3 point guard who played the past two seasons at Wake Forest, committed to the Badgers late Thursday night.
“After taking some time to reflect," senior guard Brad Davison said, "there is no place I would rather be than Madison!"
Starting next season, major college football and basketball players will be permitted to transfer one time before graduating without being required to sit out a year of competition.
“It seemed like the best option for me because it’s a perfect fit for me — the play style, the league, the tradition that Wisconsin has,” Markus Ilver said of joining the Badgers men's basketball program. “I couldn’t say no, you know?”
The NCAA Division I Council meets Wednesday and Thursday, and the agenda includes voting on a proposal that would grant all college athletes the ability to transfer one time as undergraduates without having to then sit out a season of competition.
With University of Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez announcing his upcoming retirement, everyone from former Badgers and current NFL …
Nate Reuvers has decided to begin a professional career, while Trevor Anderson is transferring to Valparaiso.
State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew and Jim Polzin get together over Zoom and discuss Barry Alvarez’s retirement ceremony, the search for the Badgers’ next AD and UW’s spring football practices.
The search for Barry Alvarez’s replacement as UW’s athletic director has begun. Here’s what we know about the process and the people, including football coach Paul Chryst, who will determine the best candidates.
The University of Wisconsin is looking for a proven leader and decision-maker to succeed Barry Alvarez as its athletic director.
The nine-member group will be led by Athletic Board chair Pete Miller
The Wisconsin State Journal is providing our readers with comprehensive coverage of Barry Alvarez's retirement from his position as athletic d…
The coach-turned-athletic director turned around the fortunes of the football team and solidified the bottom line.
Replacing Barry Alvarez as the University of Wisconsin’s athletic director will be both a tremendous opportunity and challenge.
Barry Alvarez disclosed that a search committee to find the next athletic director will be led by Athletic Board chair Pete Miller.
Barry Alvarez, 74, will finish his term leading the UW athletic program this summer after a 17-year stretch in the seat during which the department's budget nearly doubled.
Sweeping changes are coming to college athletics in the form of NIL payments and athlete empowerment. UW's next AD has to take those challenges head-on.
"For Wisconsin football and Wisconsin athletics in general, he's put the ‘W’ on the map.”
“There’ll be plenty of time for me to get emotional,” the UW athletic director said.
In Barry Alvarez's three decades with the University of Wisconsin, from his time as head coach of the football program through his tenure as a…