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The Wisconsin Badgers had a solid season last year as they made it into the Sweet Sixteen, but didn’t get their original goal of winning the National Championship. In the 2014-2015 season, Wisconsin was close to winning it all but fell in the National Championship game. Current head coach Greg Gard took over the head job in the middle of the season from Bo Ryan who retired. Coach Gard will look to lead the Badgers to their first National Championship since 1941.

The Wisconsin Badgers basketball program had its start in 1898 and had some success early in the program’s history. The Badgers joined the Big Ten Conference in 1905 and won two conference titles under Emmett Angell in 1907 and 1908. The Badgers saw a lot of success from head coach Walter Meanwell who won three Helms and Premo-Porretta National Championships (1912, 1914, 1916) and also had 2 undefeated seasons. Angell coached from 1911-1917 and had an amazing overall record of 92-9. Meanwell returned to Wisconsin in 1920 after coaching at the University of Missouri and coached until 1934. Meanwell’s final record with Wisconsin is 154-90 with 10 Conference Championships. Wisconsin’s next head coach was Bud Foster who coached from 1934-1959. Foster led Wisconsin to their first National Championship in 1941 and went 20-3 that season. Even though Foster had some success in his time at Wisconsin, he finished with an overall losing record of 265-267. After Foster left, the Badgers went on a long stretch without having an appearance again in the National Tournament from 1947-1994. The 1994 appearance was under head coach Stu Jackson. Wisconsin continued to struggle but made a Final Four appearance once in 2000 under head coach Dick Bennett. Wisconsin struggled to remain consistent found their answer in head coach Bo Ryan in 2001.

Bo Ryan immediately made an impact to the Wisconsin program as he took the Badgers to the tournament in his first year as coach and won the Big 10 conference title. The Badgers were always represented in the tournament in each season that Ryan was head coach. Ryan helped transform the Wisconsin program to a very talented one in the Big 10 as Wisconsin never had a losing season while Ryan was head coach. Ryan led Wisconsin to 1 National Championship appearance, 2 Final Four appearances, 4 Big 10 Championships, and 15 winning seasons. Ryan was a 4 time Big 10 Coach of the Year award winner with an overall record of 364-130 at Wisconsin. Ryan retired in the middle of the 2015-2016 season and the job was turned over to assistant head coach, Greg Gard. Coach Gard led the Badgers to a 15-8 record and an appearance in the Sweet Sixteen after he took over in the middle of the season. Many believe that Gard can continue on the dominance and success that the Badgers experienced under Ryan.

Although the Wisconsin Badgers have had their rough patches in the program’s history, the Badgers have had numerous great players that came through the university. The Badgers have had one Naismith Player of the Year which was Frank Kaminsky in the 2014-2015 season. Other great players for Wisconsin include: Devin Harris, Marcus Landry, Michael Finley, Wes Matthews, Claude Gregory, Kirk Penney, Jordan Taylor, and many more. Now that Wisconsin has established itself as a legitimate college basketball program, it will continue to attract great players to put on Badger uniforms every year.

The new 2016-2017 season will be the first full year for coach Greg Gard and the Wisconsin program has high expectations for the new season. The Badgers have experienced a lot of success the past few years and will look for the extra push to win the National Championship in the new season.


The Wisconsin Badgers play their home is at the Kohl Center in Madison, WI and is also known “The Mad House in Madison” which perfectly describes the atmosphere. The Kohl Center is truly a mad house because of how wild the fans are about Wisconsin Badgers basketball. Tickets to the Badgers home games are often difficult to come by but the cheapest Wisconsin Badgers Basketball tickets are available on Rukkus.

Wisconsin Badgers Basketball Lineup

  • Jordan Smith
  • Matt Ferris
  • Aaron Moesch
  • Nigel Hayes
  • Jordan Hill
  • Traevon Jackson
  • Duje Dukan
  • Sam Dekker
  • T.J. Schlundt
  • Josh Gasser
  • Ethan Happ
  • Bronson Koenig
  • Vitto Brown
  • Zak Showalter
  • Riley Dearring
  • Frank Kaminsky

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Cheap Wisconsin Badgers Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Wisconsin Green Bay Phoenix at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/23/2017
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$2.00 Exhibition: Wisconsin River Falls Falcons at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/04/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$2.00 Chicago State Cougars at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/27/2017
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$2.00 Northwestern Wildcats at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 02/01/2018
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$2.00 North Dakota Fighting Sioux at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/17/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/09/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Temple Owls at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/05/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Nebraska Cornhuskers at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 02/10/2016
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/15/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Prairie View A&M Panthers at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/25/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI

Best and Most Expensive Wisconsin Badgers Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$281.00Michigan Wolverines at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 02/28/2016
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$227.00NCAA Mens Basketball East Regionals - Session 1 — 03/25/2016
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$153.00Wisconsin Badgers at Maryland Terrapins Basketball — 02/13/2016
Xfinity Center; College Park, MD
$149.00Wisconsin Badgers at Minnesota Golden Gophers Basketball — 03/02/2016
Williams Arena; Minneapolis, MN
$140.00Duke Blue Devils at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/03/2014
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$129.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - All Sessions — 03/18/2016
Scottrade Center; St Louis, MO
$98.00Wisconsin Badgers at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 01/03/2017
State Farm Center; Champaign, IL
$96.00Northwestern Wildcats Basketball at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 02/07/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$95.00Illinois Fighting Illini at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 02/15/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$75.00Minnesota Golden Gophers at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 03/05/2017
Kohl Center; Madison, WI