Bo Ryan, who won four titles and 353 games at UW-Platteville, will be inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame at the end of this month. We spoke with him about his journey from the Philly suburbs to the coaching record books.
The Salem Rotary Club announced the 20 finalists for Division III's premier award recognizing excellence on and off the court. The men's and women's award winner will be introduced on Thursday, March 14.
The ninth annual D3hoops.com Classic will light up Las Vegas once again between Christmas and New Year's with 18 games on the slate for the South Point Arena. Who is making the trip and who's playing whom? Here's the list.
Wheaton scoring sensation Aston Francis is the Central Region Player of the Year while Jeff Gard is Coach of the Year for leading the worst-to-first revival at UW-Platteville and Wash U. sixth man Jack Nolan is Rookie of the Year.
Nebraska Wesleyan's Nate Schimonitz scored on a driving layup with 3.1 seconds remaining, lifting the Prairie Wolves to a 79-78 victory over host UW-Platteville Friday in the NCAA III Sweet 16 game on a sold-out Bo Ryan Court.
The last time UW-Platteville played a home NCAA Division III playoff game, Bo Ryan was the coach, not the name on the court. The result, however, for the Pioneers was the same in 2018 as it was in its 1999 national championship run.
The Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has one of the nation's richest basketball histories, with national champions, All-Americans and future NBA players. Among all that glorious history, however, no team had ever gone from last place one year to first the next. On Saturday night, UW-Platteville put its name in the record books by accomplishing that historic feat.
Most of the teams that were high in Wednesday's first men's regional rankings ended up on the high side of the scoreboard as well, although it was not unanimous. Plus, it was a big night for Aston Francis and an emotional one for JHU. More in the men's wrapup.
Despite shooting a season-low 38 percent from the floor, the UW-Platteville men’s basketball team came out with a 57-56 victory at UW-La Crosse in the Pioneers’ first road game of the season on Wednesday in Mitchell Hall.
UW-Platteville men's basketball team has been picked to finish third in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) in 2014-15, according to a preseason poll conducted by the league's head coaches and sports information directors.
After the UW-Platteville men's basketball took its first lead of the game right out of halftime, UW-Milwaukee used a 20-5 run to pull away from the Pioneers, and earned the 68-54 victory in an exhibition game on Thursday night at UWM Panther Arena.
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville men's basketball team squares off with NCAA Division I University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Thursday at the UWM Panther Area in an exhibition contest. This will be the Pioneers' seventh exhibition game against a NCAA Division I institution.
The 1997-98 University of Wisconsin-Platteville men's basketball team, which was the third Pioneer team to win a NCAA Division III national championship and the third Division III team to go undefeated, was the third squad to be inducted in its entirety into the university's Athletic Hall of Fame on Sunday, Sept. 7.
UW-Platteville head men’s basketball coach Jeff Gard announced the Pioneers’ 2014-15 schedule on Thursday, highlighted by an exhibition game against NCAA Division I UW-Milwaukee and a trip to North Carolina to face off with Methodist University and William Peace.
The Pioneers had their starting five all score in double figures to open Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) play, as the UW-Platteville men's basketball team beat UW-Oshkosh, 80-66, Wednesday on Bo Ryan Court.