Final Stats |
Wisconsin vs. Green Bay
Kohl Center -- Madison, Wis. -- Dec. 12, 2012
• Wisconsin is now 172-16 (.915) at the Kohl Center under Bo Ryan, including a mark of 88-7 (.926) in non-conference home games.
• The Badgers improved to 18-1 all-time against Green Bay, including 16-0 in Madison.
• UW ended the first half on a 13-2 run and opened the second stanza with the first five points. In total, the Badgers ripped off an 18-2 run, turning a 14-21 deficit into a 32-23 lead. Green Bay went scoreless for a span of 6:39 during UW’s run, including the final 4:00 of the first half.
• After a 1-for-10 start, the Badgers closed the first half by hitting 9 of their final 16 shots from the floor. UW then hit 8 of its first 11 shots after halftime (72.7 percent) and finished the second half shooting 56 percent (14-for-25) from the field.
• In limiting the Phoenix to 54 points, the Badgers improved to 6-0 on the season when holding a team under 60 points.
• UW held Green Bay to 23 points in the first half, the lowest scoring period of the season for the Phoenix.
• The Badgers limited the Phoenix to 37.5 percent shooting from the floor, improving to 7-0 on the season when holding an opponent under 45.0 percent from the field.
• Wisconsin was out-rebounded 35-32. The Badgers are now 1-4 on the season when having fewer rebounds than their opponent.
• The Badgers committed just 6 turnovers, matching their second-lowest total of the season and their fewest since recording a season-low 5 vs. Virginia on Nov. 28.
• Wisconsin recorded 8 blocks, its second-highest total of the season and the most since posting a season-high 9 vs. Cornell on Nov. 18.
• Coming off the bench, the trio of freshman Zak Showalter (8 points), sophomore Frank Kaminsky (8) and freshman George Marshall (6) combined to score 22 points on 8-for-13 (61.5 percent) shooting from the floor.
• Senior forward Ryan Evans scored a team-high 13 points and grabbed 7 rebounds while matching his season high with 3 assists and recording 2 blocks.
• Senior forward Jared Berggren posted 10 points on 4-for-7 shooting and matched his career high with 4 blocks. Berggren also had 4 rebounds.
• In his second career start, freshman forward Sam Dekker scored 10 points on 2-for-4 shooting from 3-point range and pulled down 6 rebounds. He has made a 3-pointer in 10 of UW’s 11 games this season.
• Freshman Zak Showalter scored a career-high 8 points on 3-for-5 shooting while pulling down a career-best 4 rebounds and matching his career high with 3 assists. Showalter played a career-high 23 minutes off the bench.