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Here are the University of Wisconsin head coaches in order of longevity in their current position.
Choosing only five stories from a career that dates to 1997 wasn’t easy. I’ve been blessed to interview a lot of interesting people and cover a lot of outstanding teams and games during that stretch.
The Wisconsin native has been covering sports in the state for over two decades and spent the past 10 seasons on the UW men's basketball beat.
After the University of Wisconsin announced Chris McIntosh as Barry Alvarez's successor as athletic director, we asked Badgers fans what they thought of the move.
McIntosh said he’s “humbled and excited” to be taking over for Barry Alvarez, who’s retiring June 30.
“Certainly my style is different from Barry’s,” McIntosh said in the biggest understatement of the day. “Barry has his own unique style. It’s been well-documented. Swagger is a term that he has trademarked. I have my own style, and I’m comfortable with how I am.”
With the University of Wisconsin officially promoting Chris McIntosh to succeed Barry Alvarez on Wednesday, take a look back at the university's previous 10 athletic directors:
Wisconsin State Journal sports reporters Jim Polzin and Todd Milewski reflect after an event to name Chris McIntosh the next University of Wisconsin athletic director on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, at the Kohl Center.
For former Illinois State coach Jill Hutchison and coach/administrator Linda Herman, the hiring of Terri Goss Kinzy as ISU's first female president is another positive step for the school.
LOS ANGELES — Lindsay Gottlieb is returning to the Pac-12 as the head women's basketball coach at Southern California.
Replacing Barry Alvarez as the University of Wisconsin’s athletic director will be both a tremendous opportunity and challenge.
Barry Alvarez, 74, will finish his term leading the UW athletic program this summer after a 17-year stretch in the seat during which the department's budget nearly doubled.
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With Barry Alvarez announcing his retirement as athletic director at the University of Wisconsin, take a look back at some of the biggest celebrations during his time with the Badgers.
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UConn, Stanford, Texas A&M and South Carolina would be the top seeds if the women's NCAA Tournament began Sunday.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Aaliyah Wilson scored 17 points and N'dea Jones added 16 to lead No. 3 Texas A&M to a 65-57 win over fifth-ranked South Carolina on Sunday to give the Aggies their first regular-season Southeastern Conference title.
CINCINNATI — Connecticut celebrated its return to No. 1 earlier this week. Now, the Huskies can celebrate another Big East championship.
TEMPE, Ariz. — Francesca Belibi scored a career-high 23 points and added a season-high 12 rebounds and Kiana Williams had 16 points to lead No. 1 Stanford to a 68-60 victory over stubborn Arizona State on Sunday.
“I don’t know if it’s immediate, or five years down the road, but I’m pretty confident that something’s going to fundamentally change,” said Victoria Jackson, a sports history professor at Arizona State.
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