Green Bay senior golfers Gene Kiela III (Plymouth, Wis.), and Sammi Grunder (Pardeeville, Wis.), were recently named to the Horizon League Second-Team. Kiela claimed the top finish by a Green Bay golfer in all four tournaments this spring, finishing in the top five in each one. Grunder claimed a Horizon League Golfer of the Week […]
Phoenix fans were on the edge of their seats in the Kress Events Center when the Green Bay women finally overcame Northern Kentucky for a double-overtime victory in the semi-final of the Horizon League tournament. After trailing by as many as 16 points in the first half— its largest deficit this season — the top-seeded […]
There will be a brief Welcome Back Celebration for the Green Bay men’s basketball team today (March 9). Estimated time of arrival from Detroit is 4:50 p.m. at the Kress Events Center main entrance (facing the Mauthe Center). Please join campus and community for this celebration and the start of Phoenix Fever.
The Green Bay men’s basketball program has an all-time record of 17-20 at the Horizon League Championship, winning its lone tournament title back in 1995, its first season in the conference. Green Bay fell at Valpo last year in the championship game (54-44) and fell in the semifinals the year prior to Milwaukee at the […]
In a promising sign for Phoenix basketball 2015-16, Green Bay players have swept the first Horizon League player of the week awards. Carrington Love was the leading scorer in the Phoenix’s 93-89 loss to Stanford, torching the Pac-12 opponent for 32 points and six 3-pointers in the game, which established new career highs. On the […]
The Phoenix women welcome in-state rival Marquette for their season opener at 7 p.m. today (Friday, Nov. 13) at the Kress Events Center. Coach Kevin Borseth’s Green Bay team has high hopes again, and rightfully so: The program has posted 38 consecutive winning seasons (trailing only Tennessee, 42); won 17 straight Horizon League titles, recorded […]
Prior to tipoff, former UW-Green Bay women’s basketball player, Ellen Edison, will receive the Cecil N. Coleman Medal of Honor, the Horizon League’s most prestigious award given out annually to one male and one female student athlete who exemplify academic achievement and the dignity and high purpose of the league and its membership.
For the eighth consecutive season, the Green Bay women’s basketball team will enter the season as the Horizon League preseason favorite, as announced by the league office during its media day event on Wednesday. Receiving pre-season recognition for the Phoenix were first-team all-Horizon designees Tesha Buck and Mehryn Kraker. For more.
Former Phoenix basketball star Keifer Sykes was released by the San Antonio Spurs as the NBA team’s preseason came to an end. Sykes said he would sign with the Spurs’ NBA D-League affiliate in Austin (Tex.), in hopes of being called back to next year’s camp when it is expected the team will have fewer […]
The Green Bay volleyball team continued its recent hot streak over the weekend, with a three-set sweep of in-state rival UW-Milwaukee at the Kress Center. At 14-7 and 5-3 in the Horizon League, Coach Sean Burdette’s team is hoping to make a run at the program’s first NCAA Tournament bid since its only trip in […]