Green Bay Rumors & News

  • Merrill native Jesperson transfers to UWGB

    Green Bay Press Gazette "David Jesperson will be returning to his home state to finish out his college basketball career. The Merrill native made a verbal commitment to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay men's basketball team earlier this month after transferring from Pepperdine University following his sophomore..." July 15

  • Green Bay lands late commitment from Enes Kanter's brother

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAB - The Dagger "Even though the NCAA deemed Enes Kanter ineligible to play at Kentucky three years ago, it appears another member of his family may yet get to play college basketball. Kerem Kanter, Enes' younger brother, has signed with Green Bay and intends to play as a freshman next season, the school..." August 26

  • Wisconsin-Green Bay's Sykes the most electrifying player you've never watched

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Too short. Lacks jump shot. Needs to finish better at the rim. The criticisms are unrelenting. All his life, Keifer Sykes has been told what he isn’t. He isn’t an NBA prospect. He isn’t an elite player. He isn’t going to make it at the next level. And all his life, Sykes has been..." August 26

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 08

  • UWGB's Wardle gets new 5-year deal

    Green Bay Press Gazette "University of Wisconsin-Green Bay men’s basketball coach Brian Wardle has agreed to a five-year contract, athletic director Mary Ellen Gillespie announced Thursday. The deal replaces the three years Wardle had left on his current contract. Gillespie said last month she was happy with..." April 17

  • Cleveland State's streak ends with a thud

    Fox Sports Ohio "With first place in the Horizon League and a seven-game win streak at stake, Saturday's visit from Wisconsin-Green Bay marked Cleveland State's biggest game to date. And its biggest disaster. A desperate Cleveland State push in the final 10 minutes ended up being too little, too late as a..." February 16

  • This time, it's Panther Jordan Aaron's turn to dominate game

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "UW-Green Bay's Keifer Sykes singlehandedly shot down UW-Milwaukee in the teams' first meeting Jan. 12 at the U.S Cellular Arena with a career-high 34 points. On Saturday afternoon at the Resch Center, it was Jordan Aaron's turn. The senior guard scored 23 of his game-high 30 points in the..." February 11