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Alando Tucker   1. Alando Tucker - 2,217
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2002-03 32 139-261 .533 189 34 385 - 12.0
2003-04 4 19-33 .576 18 1 56 - 14.0
2004-05 31 162-334 .485 189 52 472 - 15.2
2005-06 31 222-490 .453 177 53 588 - 19.0
2006-07 36 256-545 .470 196 73 716 - 19.9
Totals 134 798-1,663 .480 769 213 2,217 - 16.5


Wisconsin’s all-time leading scorer, Alando Tucker was UW’s first consensus 1st-team All-American since John Kotz in 1942 ... Tucker earned Big Ten Player of the Year as a senior and was a finalist for every national player of the year award that season ... he broke Devin Harris’ single-season school record with 716 points in 2006-07 ... finished career ranking ninth in Big Ten history in both career points and free throws and fourth in conference history in free throw attempts ... 2007 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award winner ... UWBWA District V Player of the year as a senior ... first UW player to lead the Big Ten in scoring in league games (20.0 ppg, 2006) since Don Rehfeldt in 1950 ... tied school-record with five Big Ten Player of the Week awards ... consensus first-team All-Big Ten as well as NABC first-team All-District 11 and USBWA All-District 5 pick as a junior ... third-team All-Big Ten as a sophomore ... led the Big Ten and set school record for offensive rebounds (2.69 per game and 86 total) as a freshman ... finished career ranking first or second in eight different UW season statistical categories, topping the charts in career field goals, free throws made, games played and minutes played ... first-round draft pick of the Phoenix Suns (29th overall) in the 2007 NBA Draft

 

Michael Finley   2. Michael Finley - 2,147
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1991-92 31 130-287 .453 152 85 381 - 12.3
1992-93 28 223-478 .467 161 86 620 - 22.1
1993-94 29 208-446 .466 194 92 592 - 20.4
1994-95 27 178-470 .379 141 108 554 - 20.5
Totals 115 739-1,681 .440 648 371 2,147 - 18.7

By the time Michael Finley finished his career at Wisconsin, he had risen to the 12th-leading scorer in Big Ten history (all games) ... at the time, Finley also ranked seventh in Big Ten scoring annals in conference games with 1,385 points ... three-time (1993, ’94, ’95) Associated Press honorable mention All-America choice ... twice (1993, ’95) named first-team All-Big Ten ... only player in Badger history to score 500 points in three different seasons ... only player in UW history to average better than 20 points per game in three different years ... finished career ranking first or second in six different UW career statistical categories, including setting the school’s career record for field goal attempts and three-point field goal attempts ... first-round draft choice (21st overall) of the Phoenix Suns in 1995 ... won an NBA Title in 2007 with the San Antonio Spurs ... inducted into the UW Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004

 

Danny Jones   3. Danny Jones - 1,854
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1986-87 31 101-181 .558 99 21 254 - 8.2
1987-88 26 176-309 .570 121 26 441 - 17.0
1988-89 30 231-449 .514 141 35 611 - 20.4
1989-90 31 215-412 .522 140 26 548 - 17.7
Totals 118 723-1,351 .535 501 108 1,854 - 15.7

An AP honorable mention All-America in 1988-89, Danny Jones led the Badgers in scoring in 1988-89 and 1989-90 ... two-time team captain (1988-89, ’89-90) ... Badger MVP in 1989-90 ... second-team All-Big Ten in 1989-90 and 1988-89, and third-team All-Big Ten by UPI in 1987-88 ... named Badgers’ Most Improved Player in 1987-88 ... led UW in rebounding in 1987-88 and 1988-89 ... set then-school record for points in a season when he scored 611 in 1988-89 ... finished as UW’s all-time leader in career field goal percentage (.535), free throw attempts with 599 and was second in school history in field goals made (723) ... scored in double figures in 91 games for Badgers, including a stretch of 33 straight

 

Claude Gregory   4. Claude Gregory - 1,745
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1977-78 27 92-245 .376 165 17 254 - 9.4
1978-79 27 168-385 .436 235 29 404 - 15.1
1979-80 29 197-424 .465 254 37 534 - 18.4
1980-81 27 199-438 .454 249 25 550 - 20.4
Totals 118 656-1,492 .440 904 108 1,745 - 15.9

UW’s career rebounding leader (904), Claude Gregory scored in double figures in 80 games ... a second-team All-Big Ten selection in 1980-81 and a third-team all-conference choice in 1979-80 ... led team in scoring and rebounding in 1980-81 en route to Badger MVP honors ... also led UW in rebounding in 1978-79 and 1979-80 ... named team’s Most Improved Player in 1977-78 ... finished UW career as school’s leader in field goals, field goal attempts, free throws, free throw attempts and minutes played ... brother, James, played at UW from 1976-78 ... second-round draft choice (41st overall) of Washington in 1981 NBA Draft

 

Rick Olson   5. Rick Olson - 1,736
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1982-83 28 129-326 .398 41 83 307 - 11.0
1983-84 28 166-337 .493 44 67 391 - 14.0
1984-85 28 197-397 .496 52 66 467 - 16.7
1985-86 28 237-485 .489 67 43 571 - 20.4
Totals 112 729-1,545 .472 204 259 1,736 - 15.5

A member of the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame (Class of 2008), Rick Olson started every game during his four-year career ... UW’s career leader in free throw percentage (.870), Olson also set school records for minutes played (3,962) and games started (112) ... team captain, MVP and leading scorer as a senior in 1985-86 ... third-team All-Big Ten in 1985-86 and honorable mention All-Big Ten in 1984-85 ... set then-Big Ten record for consecutive free throws made when he connected on 36 straight during 1984 and 1985 ... his 39 points in a win over Michigan (1/14/84) were just three short of Ken Barnes’ school record ... selected in seventh round (158th overall) of 1986 NBA Draft by Houston ... a 2000 Madison Sports Hall of Fame inductee and 2006 Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductee

 

Trent Jackson   6. Trent Jackson - 1,545
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1985-86 13 35-83 .422 18 24 75 - 5.8
1986-87 28 129-289 .446 36 38 350 - 12.5
1987-88 28 192-426 .451 106 98 546 - 19.5
1988-89 30 201-408 .493 90 101 574 - 19.1
Totals 99 557-1,206 .462 250 261 1,545 - 15.6

Trent Jackson earned second-team All-Big Ten honors from AP in 1988-89, while leading Badgers to their first postseason tournament bid since 1947 ... team MVP in 1987-88 and 1988-89 ... also captained squad in 1988-89 ... a third-team All-Big Ten choice by UPI in 1987-88 ... tabbed UW’s Most Improved Player in 1986-87 ... led team in scoring in 1987-88 ... exited his career as the school’s leader in 3-point field goals (193), 3-point attempts (430) and steals (151) ... also set then-single-season steals record with 59 in 1988 and was the first UW player to hit seven 3-pointers in a single game (at Ohio State 1/17/87)

 

Jordan Taylor   7. Jordan Taylor - 1,533
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2008-09 33 19-73 .260 31 38 53 - 1.6
2009-10 33 111-281 .395 105 118 331 - 10.0
2010-11 34 194-448 .433 139 161 617 - 18.1
2011-12 36 166-413 .402 137 147 532 - 14.8
Totals 136 490-1215 .403 412 464 1,533 - 11.3

Jordan Taylor became just the second Badger in school history to earn multiple All-American honors after being named honorable mention All-American in 2012 and second-team All-American by the AP as a junior ... he was also a first-team All-Big Ten pick in 2012 after being a consensus first-team all-conference choice and being named to the Big Ten All-Defensive Team in 2011 ... one of 5 finalists for the 2011 Bob Cousy Award, Taylor set the NCAA record for career assist-to-TO ratio (464 assists, 154 turnovers = 3.01 ratio) ... led the NCAA in assist-to-turnover ratio as a junior (3.83) ... finished his career second in school history with 464 assists and was just the eighth player in Big Ten history to post 1,500 points, 400 rebounds and 450 assists ... tallied 21 games with 20+ points, including a career-high 39 points at Indiana (3/3/11)

 

Mike Wilkinson   8. Mike Wilkinson - 1,532
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2001-02 32 94-212 .443 171 48 299 - 9.3
2002-03 32 113-261 .433 216 50 328 - 10.3
2003-04 32 136-277 .491 219 62 419 - 13.1
2004-05 34 179-349 .513 250 62 486 - 14.3
Totals 130 522-1,099 .475 856 222 1,532 - 11.8

Mike Wilkinson led the Badgers in rebounding all four of his years at UW ... consensus first-team All-Big Ten as well as NABC All-District 11, USBWA All-District 5 and Basketball Times All-Mideast selection his senior year ... earned second-team All-Big Ten as a junior and was also named to the 2004 Big Ten All-Tournament team ... 14 career double-doubles ... started every game in his last three seasons and never missed a game in his career ... exited UW ranked first in career offensive rebounds (311), games played (130) and minutes played (4,023) and third in total rebounds (856)

 

Kirk Penney   9. Kirk Penney - 1,454
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1999-00 34 45-135 .333 48 27 127 - 3.7
2000-01 29 108-245 .441 88 32 326 - 11.2
2001-02 32 167-368 .454 157 55 482 - 15.1
2002-03 32 183-410 .446 191 100 519 - 16.2
Totals 127 503-1,158 .434 484 214 1,454 - 11.4

A native of Auckland, New Zealand, Kirk Penney became the first UW player to earn back-to-back first-team All-Big Ten selections (2002 and 2003) since Ab Nicholas in 1951 and 1952 ... unanimous first-team choice by both coaches and media in 2003 ... at the time, set school-record with five Big Ten Player of the Week awards ... finished career second on UW career list in 3-pointers made (217) and attempted (561)

 

Devin Harris   10. Devin Harris - 1,425
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2001-02 32 117-283 .413 105 56 394 - 12.3
2002-03 32 132-285 .463 147 98 407 - 12.7
2003-04 32 189-412 .459 139 141 624 - 19.5
Totals 96 438-980 .447 391 295 1,425 - 14.8

The 2004 Big Ten Player of the Year, Devin Harris was a starter for two regular season Big Ten championship teams (2002 and 2003) and the 2004 Big Ten Tournament title squad ... 2004 Wooden Award All-American ... finalist for Wooden, Naismith, Rupp and USBWA Player of the Year Awards as a junior ... runner-up for the Cousy Award (top collegiate point guard) ... second-team All-American by A.P., NABC, USBWA, ESPN.com, SI.com, Sporting News and FoxSports.com ... also earned the 2004 Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player award ... his 624 points in 2003-04 was the second-highest single-season mark in UW history at the time ... set the school record with 171 made free throws in 2004 ... started all 96 games of his career, averaging 35.0 minutes per game ... drafted by Washington with the 5th overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft ... earned All-Star recognition with the New Jersey Nets in 2009

 

Clarence Sherrod   11. Clarence Sherrod - 1,408
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1968-69 24 104-273 .381 161 -- 300 - 13.5
1969-70 24 185-438 .420 174 -- 538 - 22.4
1970-71 24 211-519 .407 183 -- 570 - 23.8
Totals 72 500-1,230 .407 518 -- 1,408 - 19.6

UW’s career leader in scoring average (19.6 ppg), Clarence Sherrod was inducted into the UW Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002 ... second-team All-Big Ten choice in 1969-70 and 1970-71 ... Academic All-Big Ten in 1969-70 ... team co-captain in 1970-71 ... led team in scoring in 1969-70 and 1970-71 ... ranks second behind Alando Tucker with 40 consecutive games scoring in double figures ... still holds Badger single-season mark for scoring average of 23.8 in 1970-71 ... ranks second to Devin Harris in season free throws (168) in 1969-70 ... seven career 30-point games ... chosen by Chicago in eighth round (134th overall) of 1971 NBA Draft

 

Cory Blackwell   12. Cory Blackwell - 1,405
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1981-82 27 147-330 .445 137 43 365 - 13.5
1982-83 28 215-465 .462 206 44 511 - 18.3
1983-84 28 201-439 .458 243 50 529 - 18.9
Totals 83 563-1,234 .456 586 137 1,408 - 16.9

A first-team All-Big Ten selection in 1983-84, Cory Blackwell garnered AP honorable mention All-America honors in his third and final season at Wisconsin ... two-time team MVP (1982-83 and 1983-84) ... third-team All-Big Ten in 1982-83 ... 36 straight games scoring in double figures ... his 16.9 ppg career scoring average ranks fourth in UW annals ... his 529 points in 1983-84 were the second-highest mark in UW history at the time ... selected by Seattle in second round (29th overall) of 1984 NBA Draft

 

Jon Leuer   13. Jon Leuer - 1,376
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2007-08 32 34-72 .472 40 12 94 - 2.9
2008-09 33 115-247 .466 126 28 292 - 8.8
2009-10 24 142-272 .522 139 39 369 - 15.4
2010-11 34 227-483 .470 246 56 621 - 18.3
Totals 123 518-1,074 .482 551 135 1,376 - 11.2

Jon Leuer led UW in scoring and rebound during both his junior and senior seasons … earned honorable mention AP All-American status as a senior … 2011 first-team All-Big Ten selection (coaches) and second-team All-Big Ten (media) as well as NABC All-District 11, USBWA All-District 5 … two-time Academic All-Big Ten (2009 & 2010) missed nine games as a junior with a broken left wrist … scored 621 points in his senior season, the third-highest single-season total in school annals ... was part of a class that totaled 100 career wins ... his 85 career blocks place him 10th on UW’s all-time ledger

 

Trevon  Hughes   14. Trevon Hughes - 1,339
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2006-07 31 11-35 .314 32 11 42 - 1.4
2007-08 35 121-307 .394 107 86 393 - 11.1
2008-09 33 121-317 .382 105 94 399 - 12.1
2009-10 33 162-399 .406 148 86 505 - 15.3
Totals 132 415-1,058 .392 392 277 1,339 - 10.1

Trevon Hughes was a part of 105 wins during his Badger career, tying the UW record ... he appeared in 132 games, starting 100 contests ... starter on the 2008 Big Ten regular season and tournament championship team ... 2010 All-Big Ten second team ... 2010 Big Ten All-Defensive team ... 2010 Bob Cousy Award finalist ... 2008 and 2009 All-Big Ten honorable mention ... finished career ranked third in UW history with 177 career steals, 10th with 277 assists and seventh with 175 3-pointers ... just the third UW player in history with 1,300 points, 300 rebounds and 250 assists, joining Michael Finley and Devin Harris ... posted 15 career games with 20+ points

 

Sean Mason   15. Sean Mason - 1,294
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1994-95 25 41-122 .336 49 20 126 - 5.0
1995-96 13 37-93 .398 31 22 112 - 8.6
1996-97 4 9-25 .360 11 5 37 - 9.3
1997-98 31 149-378 .394 106 46 480 - 15.5
1998-99 32 162-419 .387 137 61 539 - 16.8
Totals 105 398-1,037 .384 334 154 1,294 - 12.3

Sean Mason appeared in 105 games for the Badgers (72 starts) and capped his career with AP honorable mention All-America honors as a senior ... second-team All-Big Ten in 1998-99 and honorable mention the year before ... he finished his career ranked sixth in free throw percentage (.794), fifth in free throws (332), fifth in 3-point field goals (166) and third in 3-point field goal attempts (471) ... team’s leading scorer his last two seasons, he was Big Ten’s sixth-leading scorer as a senior ... set UW single-season records for 3-point field goals (78) and 3-point attempts (208) his senior year ... a right ACL injury cut short his sophomore season after 13 games a left ACL injury limited the following year (in which he redshirted) to four games ... tri-captain in ’97-98

 

Tracy Webster   16. Tracy Webster - 1,264
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1991-92 31 186-419 .444 116 151 537 - 17.3
1992-93 28 139-354 .393 96 179 395 - 14.1
1993-94 29 120-272 .441 79 171 332 - 11.4
Totals 88 445-1,045 .426 291 501 1,264 - 14.4

Tracy Webster earned second-team All-Big Ten honors in 1991-92, third-team in 1992-93 and honorable mention in 1993-94 ... Wisconsin’s career leader in assists (501) and is ranked second to Mike Kelley in career steals (183) ... holds the top three single-season assist marks in school history with 179 in 1992-93, 171 in 1993-94 and 151 in 1991-92 ... posted seven double-doubles with points and assists ... holds UW single-season mark for 3-point field goal percentage (.490) set in 1991-92 ... his seven 3-pointers in a 1994 NCAA tournament game vs. Missouri tied the school record as did his 13-assist game vs. Michigan (2/26/92) ... team MVP in 1991-92 ... three-time team captain (1991-92, ’92-93 and ’93-94) ... served as head coach at DePaul for 16 games in 2010

 

Wes Matthews   17. Wes Matthews - 1,251
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1977-78 14 83-197 .421 47 31 203 - 14.5
1978-79 27 195-417 .468 69 106 499 - 18.5
1979-80 28 211-412 .512 73 118 549 - 19.6
Totals 69 489-1,026 .477 189 255 1,251 - 18.1

Wes Matthews left Wisconsin as the No. 2 scorer in school history and his 18.1 career average still ranks third ... second-team All-Big Ten in 1979-80 and third-team all-league honors from UPI in 1978-79 ... team MVP in 1978-79 ... career .817 free-throw shooter, including a then-UW record .888 in final season ... made school-record 35 straight free throws during 1979-80 campaign ... led team in scoring in each of his three seasons ... selected in first round (14th overall) of 1980 NBA Draft by Washington ... played nine seasons in the NBA, winning two NBA championship rings with the Lakers

 

Kammron Taylor   18. Kammron Taylor - 1,223
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2003-04 18 7-19 .368 2 1 21 - 1.2
2004-05 34 85-224 .379 82 56 285 - 8.4
2005-06 31 140-364 .385 91 73 439 - 14.2
2006-07 36 143-340 .421 81 70 478 - 13.3
Totals 119 375-947 .396 257 200 1,223 - 10.3

A second-team All-Big Ten selection as a senior, Kammron Taylor set the then-school record for minutes played in a season with 1,182 in 2006-07 ... also earned honorable mention All-Big Ten as a junior ... exited UW ranking sixth in career free-throw percentage (.795) and eighth in career made 3-pointers with 163 ... scored a career-high 29 points against Michigan on Jan. 18, 2006 ... started 36 games in 2006-07, tied among single-season school leaders

 

Joe Franklin   19. Joe Franklin - 1,215
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1965-66 24 118-281 .419 235 -- 284 - 11.8
1966-67 24 139-316 .440 289 -- 387 - 16.1
1967-68 24 202-402 .502 334 -- 544 - 22.7
Totals 72 459-999 .459 858 -- 1,215 - 16.9

Inducted into the UW Athletic Hall of Fame in 1997, Joe Franklin was a first-team All-Big Ten choice in 1967-68 ... UW’s career rebounding average leader (11.9 per game) and the school’s No. 2 rebounder overall ... led team in rebounding in each of his three seasons ... owns 47 career double-doubles, the most in Wisconsin history ... set the UW single-season scoring record with 544 in 1967-68 ... team MVP in 1966-67 and 1967-68 ... team captain in 1967-68 ... his 27 rebounds vs. Purdue (3/2/68) rank second in UW single-game annals ... chosen in fifth round (63rd overall) of 1968 NBA Draft by Milwaukee

 

Dale Koehler   20. Dale Koehler - 1,200
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1972-73 7 4-11 .364 9 -- 11 - 1.6
1973-74 24 129-273 .473 195 39 302 - 12.6
1974-75 21 155-307 .505 213 33 382 - 18.2
1975-76 26 190-437 .435 263 48 505 - 19.4
Totals 78 478-1,028 .465 680 -- 1,200 - 15.4

A two-time team MVP and captain (1974-75 and 1975-76), Dale Koehler at one point registered 28 straight double-digit scoring games ... led team in scoring and rebounding last two seasons, averaging a double-double both seasons ... connected on a school-record 17 free throws vs. Loyola (Ill.) on Dec. 6, 1975 ... set then-school record for points in a half with 28 and finished with 36 points vs. Michigan on Feb. 2, 1976 ... selected by Cleveland in eighth round (123rd overall) of 1976 NBA Draft

 

Dick Cable   21. Dick Cable - 1,180
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1951-52 16 50-128 .391 92 41 136 - 8.5
1952-53 22 110-299 .368 100 -- 301 - 13.7
1953-54 22 116-266 .436 90 -- 301 - 13.7
1954-55 22 156-389 .401 118 -- 442 - 20.2
Totals 82 432-1,082 .399 400 -- 1,180 - 14.4

Dick Cable was inducted into the UW Athletics Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 1998... named team MVP and captain in 1954-55 ... led UW in scoring in 1953-54 and 1954-55 ... paced team in free throw pct. in 1952-53 and 1953-54 ... became second player in school history to eclipse the 1,000-point mark, setting the school’s career points record at the time ... Milwaukee’s second choice in 1955 NBA Draft

 

Joe Chrnelich   22. Joe Chrnelich - 1,171
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1976-77 27 122-227 .537 238 30 321 - 11.9
1977-78 27 112-221 .507 182 61 275 - 10.2
1978-79 26 108-230 .470 212 42 276 - 10.6
1979-80 29 123-230 .535 209 58 299 - 10.3
Totals 109 465-908 .512 841 191 1,171 - 10.7

A four-year starter, Joe Chrnelich was a two-time team captain (1978-79 and 1979-80) and team MVP in 1979-80 ... led Badgers in rebounding in 1977-78 ... set then-UW career record for field goal percentage with a mark of .512 ... his 841 career rebounds still rank fourth in UW annals ... first Badger to average double figures in points for four full seasons ... chosen by New York in the fourth round (82nd overall) of the 1980 NBA Draft

 

Jason Bohannon   23. Jason Bohannon - 1,170
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2006-07 33 49-110 .445 48 35 151 - 4.6
2007-08 36 85-198 .429 85 50 295 - 8.2
2008-09 33 104-273 .381 101 55 340 - 10.3
2009-10 33 127-277 .458 119 71 384 - 11.6
Totals 135 365-858 .425 353 211 1,170 - 8.7

Appearing in 135 career games (second-most in school history), Jason Bohannon tied the school record with 105 wins ... started 68 games and set the Badger record with 1,214 minutes played during his senior season ... 2010 third-team All-Big Ten ... 2008 Big Ten Sixth Man of the Year ... owns UW record for consecutive made free throws with 39 straight in 2008 ... career 84.8% free throw shooter, ranking third in UW history ... finished career ranking fourth in school history with 212 made 3-pointers ... led Big Ten in free throw pct. during 2008 conference games (.957)

 

Don Rehfeldt   24. Don Rehfeldt - 1,169
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1944-45* 9 37-na -- -- -- 95 - 10.6
1946-47 8 12-51 .235 -- -- 33 - 4.1
1947-48 20 86-258 .333 -- -- 224 - 11.2
1948-49 22 146-436 .335 -- -- 381 - 17.3
1949-50 22 170-505 .337 -- -- 436 - 19.8
Totals 81 451-na -- -- -- 1,169 - 14.4

Don Rehfeldt is one of just seven Badgers to earn first-team All-America honors (1950) ... Big Ten MVP in 1950 ... first-team All-Big Ten in 1949 and 1950 ... two-time team MVP (1948-49 and 1949-50) ... led UW in scoring and free throw pct. in 1948-49 and 1949-50 and led Badgers in field goal pct. in 1947-48, 1948-49 and 1949-50 ... still holds school record for field goal attempts with 37 vs. Iowa on Feb. 28, 1949 ... first Badger to reach 1,000 points ... inducted into the UW Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991 ... chosen second overall by Baltimore in the 1950 NBA Draft ... *entered service after first semester as freshman

 

Leon Howard   25. Leon Howard - 1,165
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1970-71 23 133-290 .455 104 -- 356 - 14.8
1971-72 23 143-346 .413 179 -- 378 - 16.4
1972-73 24 157-353 .445 155 -- 431 - 18.0
Totals 70 433-989 .438 529 -- 1,165 - 16.6

Leon Howard was a two-time team MVP (1971-72 and 1972-73) and also earned team captain honors in 1972-73 ... a three-year starter who led the UW in scoring in each of his last two seasons ... paced Badgers in free throw percentage in 1972-73 ... one of four Badgers to record a double-double (15 points, 11 rebounds) in a win over Loyola (New Orleans) in 1970

 

Scott Roth   26. Scott Roth - 1,156
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1981-82 25 47-102 .461 47 27 104 - 4.2
1982-83 28 59-156 .378 94 67 161 - 5.8
1983-84 28 151-304 .497 83 87 378 - 13.5
1984-85 28 198-365 .542 86 74 513 - 18.3
Totals 109 455-927 .491 310 255 1,156 - 10.6

A three-year starter, Scott Roth earned team MVP as a senior in 1984-85 ... two-time team captain (1983-84 and 1984-85) ... led UW in scoring in 1984-85, field goal percentage in 1983-84 and 1984-85 and free throw percentage, assists and steals in 1983-84 ... selected by San Antonio in the fourth round (82nd overall) of the 1985 NBA Draft ... appeared in 166 games for Utah, San Antonio and Minnesota

 

Ben Brust   27. Ben Brust - 1,148
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2010-11 15 4-16 .250 7 1 10 - 0.7
2011-12 36 92-232 .397 79 26 262 - 7.3
2012-13 35 140-372 .424 180 79 388 - 11.1
2013-14 38 156-372 .419 171 50 488 - 12.8
Totals 124 392-950 .413 437 156 1,148 - 9.3

Ben Brust finished his career as the most prolific 3-point shooter in school history, making a UW-record 235 triples. Brust also holds the top two single-season 3-point totals at Wisconsin, including 96 as a senior in 2014. A two-time honorable mention All-Big Ten selection, Brust also posted UW’s fourth-highest career free throw percentage at 82.7 percent. The author of one of the most memorable plays in UW history, Brust drained a half-court buzzer-beater to force overtime in the Badgers’ 65-62 win over No. 3 Michigan on Feb. 9, 2013.

 

James Johnson   28. James Johnson - 1,147
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1966-67 24 104-228 .456 128 -- 280 - 11.7
1967-68 24 155-355 .437 191 -- 405 - 16.9
1968-69 24 164-401 .409 210 -- 462 - 19.2
Totals 72 423-984 .430 529 -- 1,147 - 15.9

James Johnson led the Badgers in scoring, rebounding and field goal percentage in 1968-69 en route to earning team MVP honors ... served as captain in 1968-69 ... three-year starter ... paced UW in free throw percentage in 1967-68 ... selected by Boston in seventh round (93rd overall) of 1969 NBA Draft

 

Brian Butch   29. Brian Butch - 1,115
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2004-05 27 35-83 .422 67 6 98 - 3.6
2005-06 31 119-241 .494 185 42 306 - 9.9
2006-07 30 97-204 .475 178 19 265 - 8.8
2007-08 35 158-346 .457 237 29 435 - 12.4
Totals 123 409-874 .468 667 96 1,115 - 8.8

Brian Butch earned consensus first-team All-Big Ten honors while leading Wisconsin to the 2008 Big Ten championship ... three-time Academic All-Big Ten ... finished career ranked ninth in school history with 667 career rebounds and fifth with 222 career offensive rebounds ... one of only eight players in UW history with at least 1,000 career points and 650 career rebounds ... played in 97 Badger victories during his career ... tallied 12 career double-doubles

 

Marcus Landry   30. Marcus Landry - 1,114
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
2005-06 16 35-76 .474 50 20 96 - 6.0
2006-07 36 81-156 .519 116 30 211 - 5.9
2007-08 36 146-313 .466 194 50 389 - 10.8
2008-09 33 166-331 .502 151 51 418 - 12.7
Totals 109 429-876 .490 511 151 1,114 - 9.2

A two-time second-team all-Big Ten pick in 2008 and 2009, Marcus Landry earned Most Outstanding Player of the 2008 Big Ten Tournament ... finished career ranking eighth in UW annals with 185 career offensive rebounds and fifth in Badgers history with 99 career blocks ... became just the 18th player in UW history with 1,000 points and 500 rebounds ... posted 45 career double-digit scoring games ... Wisconsin won 100 games during his four-year career ... led Badgers in scoring, blocks and FG pct. in 2009

 

Ken Siebel   31. Ken Siebel - 1,084
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1960-61 24 108-250 .432 173 -- 283 - 11.8
1961-62 24 144-318 .453 171 -- 392 - 16.3
1962-63 23 149-344 .433 199 -- 409 - 17.8
Totals 71 401-912 .440 543 -- 1,084 - 15.3

Ken Siebel was inducted into the UW Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006 for a standout career which featured team MVP honors three different seasons ... a three-year starter who led UW in scoring in 1961-62 ... paced Badgers in field goal percentage in 1960-61 and 1961-62 ... UW’s free throw percentage leader in each of his three seasons ... selected by Baltimore in sixth round (47th overall) of the 1963 NBA Draft

 

Tim Locum   32. Tim Locum - 1,077
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1987-88 28 58-137 .423 41 41 187 - 6.7
1988-89 30 83-168 .494 71 60 265 - 8.8
1989-90 30 94-194 .485 69 67 295 - 9.8
1990-91 30 107-212 .505 75 53 330 - 11.0
Totals 109 342-711 .481 256 221 1,077 - 9.1

One of the top 3-point shooters in UW history, Tim Locum holds the school record for made 3-pointers with 227 and currently ranks fourth on the all-time NCAA list for 3-point field goal percentage (.472) among players who have made at least 200 shots from beyond the arc ... two-time team captain (1989-90 and 1990-91) ... two-year starter ... owns three of the top five single-season 3-point shooting percentages in UW annals ... converted a school-record seven 3-pointers in a game on two different occassions

 

Larry Petty   33t. Larry Petty - 1,066
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1977-78 27 50-138 .362 128 11 134 - 5.0
1978-79 27 106-204 .520 183 22 267 - 9.9
1979-80 29 97-210 .462 175 25 253 - 8.7
1980-81 27 172-348 .494 212 22 412 - 15.3
Totals 110 425-900 .472 718 80 1,066 - 9.7

A four-year starter, Larry Petty was tabbed UW’s Most Improved Player in back-to-back seasons (1978-79 and 1979-80) ... finished his career ranked fourth in school history with 718 career rebounds ... led UW in field goal percentage in 1978-79 and 1980-81 ... chosen by Los Angeles in the seventh round (157th overall) of the 1981 NBA Draft

 

Mark Vershaw   33t. Mark Vershaw - 1,066
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1997-98 31 59-134 .440 83 52 164 - 5.3
1998-99 32 84-185 .454 97 56 229 - 7.2
1999-00 36 148-326 .454 153 118 423 - 11.8
2000-01 29 79-203 .389 119 85 250 - 8.6
Totals 128 370-848 .436 452 311 1,066 - 8.3

Mark Vershaw was just the sixth forward in Big Ten history to register at least 1,000 points, 400 rebounds and 300 assists ... never missed a game during his UW career ... finished his career tied for the school record with 128 games played ... exited UW sixth in career assists (311) and fifth in minutes played (3,466) ... leading scorer on UW’s 2000 Final Four team and set school records for minutes played (1,122) and assists by a forward (118) that year

 

Chuck Nagle   35. Chuck Nagle - 1,064
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1967-68 24 188-421 .447 193 -- 463 - 19.3
1968-69 24 146-312 .3468 106 -- 340 - 14.2
1969-70 24 104-259 .402 102 -- 261 - 10.9
Totals 72 438-992 .442 401 -- 1,064 - 14.8

A three-year starter, Chuck Nagle broke UW’s 62-year-old season scoring record with his 463-point performance in 1966-67... appeared in all 72 games of his career ... academic All-Big Ten in 1966-67 ... led UW in scoring and free throw percentage in 1966-67 ... scored a career-high 37 points vs. Michigan (3/4/67), still tied as the eighth highest-scoring game in UW history

 

Sean Daugherty   36. Sean Daugherty - 1,057
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1994-95 26 43-123 .350 99 13 119 - 4.6
1995-96 32 125-272 .460 202 33 332 - 10.4
1996-97 28 104-235 .443 151 22 270 - 9.6
1997-98 31 125-282 .443 192 33 336 - 10.8
Totals 117 397-912 .435 644 101 1,057 - 9.0

Sean Daugherty appeared in 117 games (including 96 straight) during his UW career ... finished career as the school’s all-time record holder with 227 offensive rebounds ... only the seventh player in school history to register 1,000 points and 600 rebounds ... registered 11 career double-doubles ... team tri-captain as a senior ... earned team’s Badger Award in 1997-98 ... career-high 24 pts in final game (vs. Illinois)

 

J.J. Weber   37. J.J. Weber - 1,021
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1983-84 18 7-13 .538 18 6 16 - 0.9
1984-85 28 85-173 .491 162 53 207 - 7.4
1985-86 28 131-258 .508 161 55 329 - 11.8
1986-87 31 182-324 .562 251 69 469 - 15.1
Totals 105 405-768 .527 592 183 1,021 - 9.7

A three-year starter, J.J. Weber was named team MVP in 1986-87 after leading the Badgers in nearly every category including scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage, free throw percentage, steals and minutes ... led Badgers in rebounding in both 1984-85 and 1986-87 ... paced club in blocked shots in 1985-86 and 1986-87 ... tabbed team’s Most Improved Player in 1984-85 ... finished career ranked second on UW’s career blocked shots list (95) number one on the field goal percentage list (.527)

 

Willie Simms   38. Willie Simms - 1,015
Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.
1987-88 2 1-4 .250 7 3 4 - 2.0
1988-89 30 84-162 .519 99 52 190 - 6.3
1989-90 30 153-284 .539 145 97 400 - 13.3
1990-91 29 153-267 .573 149 98 421 - 14.5
Totals 91 391-717 .545 400 250 1,015 - 11.2

Willie Simms started in three different seasons for the Badgers, leading the team in assists in each of his last two seasons ... team captain in 1990-91 ... named team’s Most Improved Player in 1988-89 ... led Badgers in field goal percentage and free throw percentage in 1989-90 ... exited UW ranked second in the school’s all-time annals for both offensive rebounds (176) and career field goal percentage (.545) ... scored career high 31 points vs. Bowling Green (3/13/91)

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