KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/16/20

Men’s College Basketball: 


Marian 70, Illinois Tech 64

–Blake Pedrin scored 17 points to lead the Sabres in the win

Midwest Conference: 

Cornell College 80, Ripon College 63

–Trent Jones and Owen Theune each scored 14 points to lead the Red Hawks in the loss


UW-Oshkosh 82, UW-Eau Claire 66

–Adam Fravert scored 28 points to lead the Titans in the win

UW-La Crosse 84, UW-Whitewater 78

UW-Stevens Point 66, UW-Platteville 64

UW-River Falls 92, UW-Stout 79

Big East: 

Marquette 85, Xavier 65

–Markus Howard scored 35 points to lead the Golden Eagles in the win

Big Ten: 

Minnesota 75, Penn State 69

Rutgers 59, Indiana 50

Women’s College Basketball: 

Midwest Conference: 

Ripon College 54, Cornell College 43

–The Red Hawks improve to 7-0 in conference play with the win


UW-Eau Claire 62, UW-Oshkosh 60

UW-Platteville 65, UW-Stevens Point 62 (OT)

UW-Whitewater 66, UW-La Crosse 52

UW-Stout 86, UW-River Falls 59


The Pro Football Writers of America are honoring first-year Green Bay Packers Darnell Savage, Junior and Elgton Jenkins. Savage, a safety, and guard Jenkins were both named to the N-F-L’s All-Rookie Team. Green Bay selected Savage number-21 overall out of Maryland in the first round of the 2019 N-F-L Draft. He had 55 tackles and two interceptions in his rookie season. Jenkins was a second-round pick out of Mississippi State and started 14 games for the Packers in the regular season, plus last week’s playoff win over Seattle.


Old school Packers safety Bobby Dillon is headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a member of the Centennial Class of 2020.  Dillon still owns the Green Bay franchise record for interceptions with 52 over eight N-F-L seasons – and teams only played 12 games in that era.  He played for the Pack from 1952 to 1959 and retired after Vince Lombardi’s first year as head coach. Dillon died last August at age 89. He will be formally recognized next month at the N-F-L Honors ceremony as the 26th member of the Packers to be enshrined in Canton, Ohio.



Chicago 115, Washington 106

Indiana 104, Minnesota 99

Detroit 116, Boston 103


Chicago 4, Montreal 1