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Friday, August 12, 2022

Men's Basketball

Freshman guard Brad Davison led the Badgers with 19 points in its win over Milwaukee. 
MEN'S BASKETBALL

Wisconsin suffers down stretch against both Baylor, UCLA

The Wisconsin men’s basketball team (2-3) headed to Kansas City, Mo., this week to compete in the Hall of Fame Classic at the Sprint Center. The Badgers opened the two-game tournament against No. 22 Baylor, and despite a valiant comeback effort ultimately fell just short to the Bears, 70-65. Seven-foot sophomore forward Jo Lual-Acuil Jr.


Ford Straight
MEN'S BASKETBALL

Wisconsin falls to Xavier 80-70 in hard-fought contest

After two 30-point blowouts to open the season, the Wisconsin men’s basketball team (2-1) used just about every possession to decide its third game of the year against the No. 15 Xavier Musketeers (3-0). In a hotly contested affair, the Musketeers ultimately pulled away from the fresh-faced Badgers to win 80-70. Each half was a tale of two halves for the Badgers.


Junior forward Khalil Iverson was just about perfect in the Badgers' win over the Yale Bulldogs.
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Iverson powers Wisconsin over Yale in blowout victory

After Khalil Iverson posted a zero-point, four-turnover performance in the Badgers’ season opener against South Carolina State, head coach Greg Gard’s confidence in his third-year forward didn’t waver. “There’s gonna be some nights when it’s [Iverson], as it has been in some of the exhibitions, and there’s gonna be nights when it’s other guys,” he said.


Ethan Happ
MEN'S BASKETBALL

After extended exhibition season, Wisconsin set to open regular season with win over South Carolina State

After more than a quarter of a season’s worth of preseason exhibition games, the regular season has finally arrived for the Wisconsin men’s basketball team. A five-game tour of Australia and three more scrimmages have a young Badgers squad unusually prepared for its opening-night matchup with South Carolina State. “Since we had so many exhibitions, it doesn't really feel that different to me,” freshman guard Kobe King said.



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