The Barrie (Canada) Sports Hall Of Fame inducted three new members in October, among them former Phoenix women’s basketball star (and Canadian Rugby Olympian) Megan Lukan. See more.
Good news out of Green Bay athletics this week. Green Bay women’s basketball was picked to finish first in the Horizon League. If the team meets its expectations, it would be its 20th consecutive league championship. Receiving individual recognition for the Phoenix in pre-season balloting were seniors Jessica Lindstrom (First-Team All-Horizon League) and Allie LeClaire […]
Green Bay women’s basketball head coach Kevin Borseth announced the team’s schedule for the 2017-18 season, which features 18 Horizon League games and 11 non-conference games. The Phoenix opens the regular season at the Kress Center with the Southern Conference champs, Chattanooga, on Nov. 11 and will begin Horizon League play in Dayton, OH on December […]
Recently-graduated Green Bay women’s basketball standout Mehryn Kraker has been named the Horizon League’s 2016-17 Cecil N. Coleman Medal of Honor, becoming the ninth female from Green Bay to win the award and the sixth Phoenix basketball player to receive the honor. The Horizon League’s highest individual honor, the Coleman Medal of Honor is presented […]
UW-Green Bay student athletes achieved the highest-ever combined grade point average during any semester in spring 2017, recording a department-wide GPA of 3.39. The spring semester also marks the 35th-consecutive semester above a 3.0 GPA since the streak began back in spring 2000. “I am extremely proud of our student-athletes,” said academic coordinator Mike Kline. […]
More on a dream come true for UW-Green Bay’s Mehryn Kraker. The former Phoenix star was drafted in the third round of the WNBA Draft by the Washington Mystics with the 27th overall pick. The six-foot Kraker was the Horizon League’s Player of the Year this past season and helped lead the Phoenix to a 19th […]
After an illustrious career with the Phoenix, Green Bay women’s basketball redshirt graduate Mehryn Kraker (West Allis, Wis.) will continue her career with the Washington Mystics. She was selected in the third round as the 27th overall selection. Kraker becomes just the second player in program history to hear her name called on WNBA Draft […]