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Wisconsin Badgers Womens Basketball Tickets
League: NCAA Division I
Home Games: Kohl Center
Location: Madison, Wis.
Head Coach: Jonathan Tsipis
Rivals: Minnesota Golden Gophers
Wisconsin Badgers Women’s Basketball TicketsBased in Madison, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s basketball team has been one of the most competitive and accomplished NCAA Division I teams for many years. With a long, decorated history of achievements, including multiple NCAA Women’s Tournament appearances and the 2000 Women's National Invitational Tournament championship, the Badgers have been both formidable and successful. Moreover, the program boasts a large number of renowned alumnae who have made their mark in women’s basketball. Former Badgers such as Theresa Huff, Pam Moore, Megan Scott, Tamara Moore and Jolene Anderson have all been inducted into the University of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame. Whether they’re hosting an opponent for a home game at the Kohl Center, or playing away on the road, the Badgers can always count on a dedicated fan base to cheer them on around the country no matter the occasion. The Badgers also plays its fierce rivals, the Minnesota Golden Gophers, in a tense and exciting annual match that is known as the "Border Battle." Grab your Wisconsin Badgers women’s basketball tickets at StubHub.
What conference does the Wisconsin Badgers team play in?The Wisconsin Badgers team belongs to the Big Ten Conference. Having formed in 1896, the Big Ten is considered to be one of the oldest athletic conferences around. Wisconsin was one of the founding members of the conference along with schools from neighboring states such as Michigan, Illinois and Minnesota.
Who is the head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers?At the helm of the Wisconsin Badgers is Jonathan Tsipis. He started his career as an assistant coach for the Duke Blue Devils. After stints as assistant coach at several programs, Tsipis was appointed the head coach of the George Washington Colonials. He then took over the role of head coach at Wisconsin in 2016. Tsipis has won numerous honors including 2008-09 BasketballScoop.com National Assistant Coach of the Year and 2015 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year.
Where do the Wisconsin Badgers play their home games?The Badgers play their home games at the Kohl Center. Opened in 1988, it is considered one of the finest facilities in all collegiate athletics. The venue features computers, lounges, audio/video systems and spacious locker rooms. It also holds the team’s practice facility, rehabilitation center and several strength and conditioning training areas. The Kohl Center has a capacity of 17,142 seats for women’s basketball, including approximately 7,500 seats in the lower seating bowl.
Does the Wisconsin Badgers team have any historical rivalries?The Wisconsin Badgers team plays the Minnesota Golden Gophers in a classic rivalry known colloquially as the "Border Battle." The match rotates between sites in Wisconsin and Minnesota in a home-and-away format, and it is usually one of the most exciting and tightly contested college basketball games in the region.
Who are some notable players for the Wisconsin Badgers?The Wisconsin Badgers have produced several outstanding athletes. These former players have been inducted into the University of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame: Theresa Huff, Pam Moore, Megan Scott, Tamara Moore and Jolene Anderson. Anderson left the Badgers as the program’s all-time leading scorer before plying her trade in the WNBA and the Italian-Serie A1 division.
What was the Wisconsin Badgers’ 2018-2019 record?In the 2018-19 season, the Wisconsin Badgers finished with an overall win-loss tally of 15-18 including 4-14 against conference opposition. The Badgers team was impressive at home with a record of 10-6 when playing at the Kohl Center.
Has the Wisconsin Badgers team won any championships?The Wisconsin Badgers won the 2000 Women's National Invitational Tournament championship following a 75-74 victory against the Florida Gators. The Badgers played all five games at home and had a stellar campaign to win what was the program’s first-ever postseason title.
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