A team captain for the Badgers just four years ago, Joe Krabbenhoft returns to the Wisconsin basketball program to assume the role of video coordinator. An All-Big Ten Defensive Team honoree, Krabbenhoft appeared in every game of his four-year career before graduating in 2009.
Krabbenhoft joins the Wisconsin staff after playing in the NBA Development League as well as professional teams in South Korea, Greece and most recently Spain in 2011-12.
A 2009 honorable mention All-Big Ten selection, Krabbenhoft still holds the Wisconsin record, since equaled by Jordan Taylor, for career games played. He appeared in 136 contests, with 70 starts, for the Badgers. He was also a part of 100 wins during his collegiate career, totaling 827 points scored. With 756 rebounds and 273 assists in his career, Krabbenhoft is the only player in Wisconsin history to post at least 750 boards and 250 assists. He was also just the fifth player in Big Ten history to reach those milestones.
A native of Sioux Falls, S.D., Krabbenhoft earned his bachelor of science degree in history from Wisconsin in 2009.