ATTENDANCE UPDATE: NO fans will be allowed in the Kress Center for ALL home games through at least Dec. 31, 2020. The Horizon League will reevaluate future games at a later date and there is no further information at this time. For questions regarding season tickets, fans should contact Joey Daniels at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 920-465-2498.
HOW TO WATCH LIVE ONLINE: All GB home games will be streamed live on either ESPN3 or ESPN+ throughout the season and those live video links can be found men’s basketball schedule page and women’s basketball schedule page when they become available. They may not be listed until a few hours before the game in some cases.
How can I watch an ESPN3 game? If you have already verified your TV provider, you will be able to navigate and watch all available content. If a lock icon appears next to your content, you will need to verify your account. Non-participating TV provider customers may have access to ESPN3 programming online at https://www.espn.com/watch/, as long as they subscribe to a participating high-speed internet service provider. Users accessing the URL above or the ESPN mobile app (Android or iOS) via an on-campus (.edu) or on-base (.mil) network receive complimentary access to ESPN3 content.
How can I watch an ESPN+ game? ESPN+ is available for $5.99 per month and doesn’t require a contract and can be canceled at any time. Sign up for ESPN+supported devicesonline. If you subscribed to ESPN+ on your phone and are having trouble streaming on your TV, click here to view a helpful video.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and UW-Green Bay, both members of the Horizon League athletic conference, will not host fans during games in December due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the league announced Wednesday. Source: UWM, UW-Green Bay basketball won’t host fans in December, Milwaukee Business Journal
In a recently-released statement, the Horizon League, which the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a member of, decided to delay the start of fall competition for all sports, with the understanding that if competition occurs, it will not begin before Oct. 1.
Source: Horizon League gives update on fall sports | The Press
There won’t be any sports played at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay until at least October.
The Horizon League announced Thursday it will delay the start of fall competition for all sports because of the coronavirus pandemic. It includes all exhibition, conference and nonconference games.
The sports impacted at UWGB include cross country, soccer, volleyball, golf and softball.
Golf and softball have fall competition but do not have a Horizon League championship season until the spring.
The Horizon League Council said it will continue to be guided by the health, safety and well-being of student-athletes, coaches and staff.
“A delay to no earlier than Oct. 1 allows Green Bay to focus on ensuring return to competition protocols uphold the league’s principle of safety and can be reasonably implemented based on evolving information relative to testing, contact tracing, health care capacity and city and state guidelines,” UWGB athletic director Charles Guthrie said.
Source: UWGB won’t start fall sports on time; SNC cancels nonconference games | Green Bay Press Gazette
Fall sports at UW-Milwaukee and UW-Green Bay will be delayed when school resumes in the fall following a decision by the Horizon League, of which both universities are members.
Source: Fall sports delayed at UW-Milwaukee, UW-Green Bay after Horizon League announces decision | Milwaukee Business Journal
“The Green Bay women’s basketball team has been picked as a co-favorite to win the Horizon League title for the 12th straight time in a preseason poll released by the league Thursday.” More via UWGB picked to win Horizon League | Daily Press.
Congratulations are in order for UW-Green Bay student athlete George Kneiser, who is the newly crowned 2019 Horizon League individual men’s golf champion. With his victory, Kneiser will advance to the NCAA Regionals on May 12-15, 2019. Kneiser is only the third golfer in Phoenix history to win a Horizon League title. As well, Kneiser’s final score of 215 is the lowest score for any Phoenix golfer to ever win the championship. Read more.
UW-Green Bay student athlete George Kneiser is the newly crowned 2019 Horizon League individual men’s golf champion. With his victory, Kneiser will advance to the NCAA Regionals on May 12-15, 2019. Kneiser is only the third golfer in Phoenix history to win a Horizon League title. Check out the piece on Wisconsin.golf covering his big win.
The Horizon League has selected six Green Bay swimming and diving athletes to join the Academic All-League team, honoring them for their academic and athletic achievement during the 2018-19 season. Annika Engstrom, Anna Liu and Rosalyn Stoa were named to the women’s All-Academic Team, while Eli Broman, Derrick Prenot and Charlie Warren were chosen for the men’s All-Academic Team. Learn more.
Green Bay volleyball is headed to the 2018 NCAA Division I Volleyball Championship after winning the 2018 Horizon League Volleyball Tournament! Join the team for an NCAA selection show party on Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018 at Green Bay Distillery at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. There will be a $10 build-your-own-burger bar with any beverage, or order off the menu.